Appendix B: Rapidplay
B1. A 'Rapidplay game' is one where all the moves must be made in a fixed time from 15 to 60 minutes for each player.
B2. Play shall be governed by the FIDE Laws of Chess, except where they are overridden by the following Laws of Rapidplay.
B3. Players do not need to record the moves.
B4. Once each player has completed three moves, no claim can be made regarding incorrect piece placement, orientation of the chessboard or clock setting. In case of reverse king and queen placement castling with this king is not allowed.
B7. To claim a win on time, the claimant must stop both clocks and notify the arbiter. For the claim to be successful the claimant's flag must remain up and his opponent's flag down after the clocks have been stopped.
B8. If both flags have fallen, the game is drawn.