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Contact: Peter Taylor Email: email@example.com
6 round Swiss event. Players will have 30 minutes for all moves. 4 sections: Open, Major (U170), Intermediate (U140), Minor (U110)
Prizes: 1st £140; 2nd £90; 3rd £40 and Grading £40 each section. Veteran and Buxton prizes, junior prizes in the Minor. Stockport League Major, Intermediate and Minor Trophies [MAP] Entry form
Contact: Gerard O’Reilly Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.kidlingtonchess.org.uk/
4 sections: Open, U180, U145, U120. 5 rounds in each section: 3 on Saturday (starting 9.30am, 2pm, 6.30pm), 2 on Sunday (starting 9.30am, 2pm). Half-point bye available in any one of first four rounds.
Time allowance: 90 minutes, plus 15 seconds increment per move from move 1.
Prize fund approx. £2000 [MAP] Entry form
Contact: Steve Mann Email: email@example.com Tel: 01709 379 209
4 Swiss sections: Open, Under 171, Under 146, Under 126. Entry fee £31 adults, £26 juniors; less for ECF membership (above Bronze) £7 adults, £5 juniors. One British Championship qualifying place. Entries to Steve Mann email or phone [MAP] Entry form
Contact: Ed Goodwin Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.congress.warwickshirechess.org
There will be four sections – Open, Under 170, Under 145 and Under 120. All events 5 rounds. Time control 30 moves in 70 mins, plus 20 mins, plus 10 secs per move throughout. The open section is a qualifier for the 2017 British Championships [MAP]
Contact: Richard Pert Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.britishchess.co.uk [MAP]
UK’s strongest coaching line-up at any event this year! Day hosted by IM Richard Pert (ECF 238) with guest coaches GM Matthew Sadler (ECF 282 – Britain’s highest graded player) and GM Nick Pert (ECF 256 – former World U18 Champion). All abilities welcome (split into groups according to ability) – child must be under the age of 14 at time of the event. Day involves combination of graded tournament games and training from the Masters. Everyone welcome but space is limited so please enter early | Entry form
Contact: Dr Tim Paulden Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://exeterchessclub.org.uk/content/2017-east-devon-congress
Open, Major (U155) and Minor (U125) sections. Five round Swiss, 4 hour sessions. Venue in Exeter City Centre, close to railway stations and car parks. Website (including entry leaflet): http://exeterchessclub.org.uk/content/2017-east-devon-congress | Online entry form: www.cognitoforms.com/EastDevonChess/OnlineEntryForm (pay separately via cheque / bank transfer) [MAP]
Contact: Dave Watson Email: email@example.com Web: http://chessscotland.com
Scotland’s largest annual weekend chess congress, in which the Premier Event is FIDE rated using the time control of 90 minutes plus 30 seconds per move for all events. The city centre venue has a free car park and is suitable for disabled players, including wheelchair users. Catering will be available throughout the weekend. A Group Discount is available, when six entries are received together only pay for five entries. A Chess Bookstall will be supplied by Jim Fisher of Chess and Bridge, London | Entry form
Contact: Terry Douse Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.stalbanscongress.com
5 round Swiss with 5 sections – Minor 120 and below, Intermediate 140 and below, Major 160 and below, Challengers 180 and below, Open – no grade limits. Over £3250 prize fund, large playing hall, ample free car parking, hot and cold food available. Easy access to M1 and M25, also good rail links [MAP]