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Contact: Terry Douse Email: email@example.com 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. Free WiFi. [MAP]
Contact: Tim Wall Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: www.foresthallchess.org.uk
The friendliest club in the North East, Forest Hall Chess Club in Newcastle, is pleased to host its first FIDE-rated tournament and weekend congress. OPEN (FIDE-rated) Prizes £300, £150, £75, Junior £75, Performance £75; MAJOR (Under 160 ECF) Prizes £200, £100, £50, Junior £50, Performance £50; CHALLENGERS (Under 120 ECF) Prizes £150, £75, £40, Junior £40, Performance £40 | Entry form
Contact: CCF Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.ccfworld.com/Chess/ChessClubHome/ChessClubSeniorsIndex.htm
Every Wednesday between 19th April 2017 and 19th July 2017 inclusive …
Primarily for senior players to play competitive graded and rated chess, allowing them to get home at a civilised hour. This event splits the entry into groups based on ability so that each player will have between 5 and 8 games during the duration of the tournament [MAP]
Contact: John Sargent Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://union.ic.ac.uk/rcc/chess
A weekend of competitive chess in an excellent central London location. The Central London Chess Congress goes from strength to strength! Imperial College had a history of hosting chess congresses several decades ago, and revived the tradition with its first long-play congress in over a decade in late 2011. We have since followed up with six events and this will be the seventh! [MAP]
***Note: No U18s allowed due to Westminster Council restrictions on venue***
Contact: Marc Bryant Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.hastingschess.club/ [MAP]
For any chess player graded 199 and under – one section only. Entry fee Standard=£25, Hastings Chess Club member=£20, Under 18=£15. Prizes guaranteed totalling £265 as follows – 1st £100 2nd £60 3rd £30 with three grading prizes of £25 each – U175 U150 U125 | Entry form
Contact: Vincent Bissett Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.malahidechessclub.ie/index.php [MAP]
The Malahide Millenium Tournament 2017 will take place over the May Bank Holiday weekend from April 29th to May 1st. It is one of Dublin’s biggest tournaments and the venue is situated right beside Dublin Airport making it ideal for those traveling from abroad. The 6 round FIDE-rated Masters section features a very generous prize fund (1,500 Euros for the masters, 3,500 Euros in all) and they expect over 150 entrants over the weekend
Contact: Tim Wall Email: email@example.com Web: http://foresthallchess.org.uk [MAP]
Events for players of all ages and abilities, £1500 prize fund.
FIDE-RATED OPEN: £250, £125, £75, & Grading, Junior prize. MAJOR (U160 ECF): £200, £100, £50 & Grading, Junior prize. CHALLENGERS (U120 ECF): £150, £75, £40 & Grading, Junior prize. JUNIOR (b. 2001 or later, U100 ECF): £100, £50, £30 & Grading prize | Entry form
Contact: Alan Crickmore Tel: 01752 768206 (before 9.00pm, please)
Ron Bruce Premier (FIDE-rated Open), Rowena Bruce Challengers U180, Bloodworth Intermediate U150, Walker Minor U120, Boniface Morning 5 Round U180 and Thynne Morning 5 Round U135. Bookstall by Keverel Chess.