Saturday, February 20, 2010

Cheras Challenger Chess Tournament 2010 (17-20 March)

This is a tournament for players with no ELo rating or with an ELO rating of 1950 and below. There are also prizes for different ranges of ELO rating,

Dates:                 17 to 20 March 2010

Playing Venue:     Excel Chess Academy, 26A. 1st floor,
Jalan Hujan Emas 4, OUG, Old Klang Road, KL

Organisers:     Cheras Chess Academy and assisted by Percawi.

Sponsor:        Insofar Chess Academy & Cheras Chess Academy.

Format:          7 round Swiss FIDE rated tournament.

Time control:  2 hours each for the whole game.

Entry fee:       RM 50 for rated players

                       RM 80 for un-rated players

Elo 1751 to 1950: 1st RM 300;2nd RM200;3rd RM100;4thRM80.
Elo 1551 to 1750: 1st RM 300;2nd RM200;3rd RM100;4thRM80.
Un-rated & Elo below 1551:1st RM 300;2nd RM200; 3rd RM100.


Open to all Fide rated players with an ELO rating of 1950 and below. Un-rated FIDE rated players will be limited to the 1st 30 players only.  Maximum number of participants is 60.

Registration & enquiries: Email at
        or SMS to 016-2123578

FIDE link:

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