Warwick University Rapidplay Tournament

Warwick University Rapidplay Tournament

Please carefully read the details below:

If you are not a University of Warwick student you will have to create a guest account by clicking on the ''Login/Register'' button at the top of the page. For any queries on ticketing please email Warwickunichess@gmail.com

For full details and rules please go to http://warwickchess.com/index.php/tournament/ 

Enquires:

Preferred- Warwickunichess@gmail.com

Phone- +447908578522, +447734761178

 

Format:

  • Seven rounds with a time control of 15 minutes + 10 seconds per completed move
  • The event will have two sections:
  1. Open (All players)
  2. Minor (Max grade of 135)
  • Entry Fees:
  1. £5
  2. There will be a £10 surcharge if registering on the day of the event
  • Prize Money: 100% of entry fees will go towards prize money (estimates based on 50 entrants)

Open (Estimated): 1st: £70 (28%) 2nd: £40 (16%) 3rd: £20 (8%) Grading Prize: £20 (8%)

Minor (Estimated): 1st: £50  (20%) 2nd: £30 (12%) 3rd: £10 (4%) Grading Prize: £10 (4%)

Playing Schedule:

Round 1:          10:30-11:40

Round 2:          11:40-12:50

Round 3:          12:50-14:00

Round 4:          14:00-15:10

Round 5:          15:10-16:20

Round 6:          16:20-17:30

Round 7:          17:30-18:40

Closing Ceremony and Prize Distribution:      18:40-18:50

ECF Membership:

All players will need ECF silver, gold, or platinum membership. Any entrants without silver membership will be rejected and we may be unable to give a refund. Membership can be bought at:

http://www.englishchess.org.uk/membership/joining/

Tickets:

Due to the nature of the event, tickets are non-refundable 

Website:

Full details and an updated player list can be found on our website.

http://warwickchess.com/index.php/tournament/

Event Details

Saturday 03 February 2018

10:00 - 19:00

Warwick University, Library 2, Library Road CV4 7AL

Tickets

Tickets

£5.00 (TICKET)
Please log in to buy tickets.

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