Israeli Chess Championship
From 1951-1971, the men's and women's championships were held every two years, eventually becoming an annual event. The 1998 Championship was held 8–24 November in Ramat Aviv. The single-elimination tournament, 32 players in the men's section and 16 in the women's, used an unusual time control of 100 minutes for 30 moves + 30 seconds per move. GM Eran Liss won the men's final over GM Victor Mikhalevski. After tying their 2-game match with one victory apiece, they then tied an active chess playoff with one win and two draws each. In a 5-minute blitz playoff, Liss won 2–0. Irina Yudasina won the women's final over Ella Pitem with one win and one draw.
- Men's and women's competition held together
- Embedded in the unified men's and women's championship finals (not as a separate competition).
- U15 champion. The U17 championship was cancelled, due to lack of enough participants.
- "Israel Junior Championship Final 2019 June 2019 Israel FIDE Chess Tournament report". ratings.fide.com. Retrieved 2020-06-16.
- "Israeli Open Junior Championship 2020 Rounds 1-8 April 2020 Israel FIDE Chess Tournament report". ratings.fide.com. Retrieved 2020-06-16.
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