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RailSport Chess is a very popular part of RailSport and we’re delighted to continue this tournament at Loughborough University. All Group Stage games will take place on Saturday 8th between 10.00 am and 6.00 pm. But depending on numbers, the knockout stages and finals may run on Sunday from 9.30 am to 3.00 pm. Ages 18+. Register online at www.railsport.uk
Contact: Alex Holowczak Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web: http://www.mccu.org.uk/m_congress/entryform.htm [MAP]
Three sections, FIDE Open, FIDE U1900, ECF U130. The leading player from an MCCU county will be MCCU Champion and qualify for the 2018 British Championship. The Open will be part of the British Championship Qualifying Grand Prix | Entry form
Contact: Harry Lamb Email: email@example.com Web: http://boltonchessclub.webs.com/apps/blog/ [MAP]
Weekend tournament with three sections. Large prize fund. £450 first prize in each section. Accommodation on site. Lots of free car parking. Manchester is rapidly developing into a major weekend tourist resort. A wide choice of hotels. Lively pubs. Fantastic restaurants. Especially the Curry Mile (a short walk away) and Chinatown areas | Entry form