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Contact: Tim Wall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.foresthallchess.org.uk [MAP] A 9-round FIDE-rated Open tournament with opportunities for international title norms. Prize fund: £2,300, including: 1st £1,000, 2nd £500, 3rd £300, 4th £200, 5th £100, Top Junior (born 1.1.2000 or after) £100, <2200 £100. Entry fee: £60, junior discount £10, GMs, IMs, WGMs free. Entries limited to 60 players, so please enter as early as possible to ensure your place. (Titled players may contact the organiser regarding possible assistance with accommodation) | Entry form
Contact: Jo Wildman Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.kjca.org [MAP] Kent Junior Chess Association (KJCA) Coaching Days – Led by GM Chris Ward and GM John Emms. The KJCA Coaching days follow the Institute of Chess levels and exams. For further details and to register go to our website at http://www.kjca.org/site/page?view=training
Contact: David Clayton Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://congress.popmalc.org.uk/congress/32/home [MAP] Please note the change of venue. The Minor tournament, with a low grading limit, is suitable for juniors, including those who do not have a grade. Major Tournament – Under 190, grading prize U165; Intermediate Tournament – Under 145, grading prize U120; Minor Tournament – Under 100, grading prize U80 & ungraded prize | Entry form
Contact: Dr Tim Paulden Email: email@example.com [MAP]
One of the most popular Congresses in the South West – our 2017 event attracted over 150 entrants!
Venue in Exeter City Centre, close to railway stations, car parks, and accommodation. Further details will be available later in 2017, including our tournament leaflet & online entry form
Contact: Sandra Woodcock Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.blackpoolchess.org.uk [MAP] £6700 in prizes. Five sections – Lancashire Open, The Imperial Major (U181), The Intermediate (U155), The Minor (U135) & The Standard (U115) | Live games at http://www.blackpoolchess.org.uk
Contact: Richard Freeman Email: email@example.com [MAP] This is a Closed Championship, only open to East Anglian Chess Union players (see entry form for eligibility details). It’s a 5-round Swiss tournament, with 3 rounds on the Saturday and two on the Sunday. There are three Championship sections – Open, U-170 and U-130, and the Open Champion will qualify for a place in the 2018 British Championship | Entry form
Contact: Lateefah Messam-Sparks Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/1st-iwd-chess-day-iwd18-registration-40550233841?aff=es2 [MAP]
Come and join us for our first IWD Chess Day in central London. Everyone leaves the event with a gift (as a thank-you) for attending and getting involved. This event is truly open to all. There is something available for you no matter your age or gender.
IWD stands for International Women’s Day it is held every year on March 8th. This event is the final event we are hosting to celebrate IWD week. We have 5 different events on our chess day: Junior U18 Open (winner wins £100), U12, Improvers section, Learn How to Play in an Hour, Chess Master Training and Simultaneous | Enter online
Three zones qualifying for a final …