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Contact: Dave Watson Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: 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: Alex Holowczak/Guy Greenland Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web/details: http://www.englishchess.org.uk/competitions-plp/national-club-championships/ [MAP]
Contact: David Archer Email: email@example.com [MAP]
Tournament for IAPS affiliated prep schools. Sections for different age groups and different abilities including a Championship section for the strongest players from each school. Boarding facilities are available for schools wishing to board. Day entries also welcome.
Other activities provided for the boarders include a games evening, trip to Chessington World of Adventure or Thorpe Park and a five a side football competition. Supervision is provided by the accompanying staff. Entries need to be by the individual schools via the IAPS Sports website.
Contact: Roger Brugge Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.met.rdg.ac.uk/~brugge/maidenhead_junior_congress.html – postcode of entrance drive SL6 2QQ [map]
One day junior congress in the school holidays with sections U14, U11, U10 and U9 | Entry form
Contact: Meyrick Shaw Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.chessdevon.org.uk [MAP]
Three sections: FIDE rated Open (incl. West of England Championship); FIDE rated Major U1950 (ECF U170 if no FIDE grade); Minor ECF rated U130. Also included is the WECU Ladies Championship – The Elizabeth Walker Cup. Free entry for GMs & IMs. Discounted entry for juniors | Entry form
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.ccfworld.com/Chess/Adult%20Competitions/Longplays_Easter.htm
Long Play Congress over 4 sections [MAP]
Contact: Tim Wall Email: email@example.com 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: Marda Dixon Email: firstname.lastname@example.org [MAP]
This annual one day rapidplay event for Juniors is moving venue to Aldro School, and will have two extra sections, now taking juniors from 7-18 years. The tournament will consist of 5 one hour rounds. Results for the U11-18 sections will be sent for ECF grading. Parents will be responsible for their children between rounds | Entry form
Contact: CCF Email: email@example.com Web: http://www.ccfworld.com/Chess/Adult%20Competitions/Rapidplay_Easter.html
7 round FIDE Rapid Play with an Open and as many sections below it as the entry allows [MAP]