Saturday, September 11, 2010

Super Supreme Rapid Weekender

DATCC Rapid Weekender continues with the Super Supreme Rapid Weekender to be held on Sunday, 26th September 2010 starting from 9:00am onwards.

The participation fee is set at RM30 for adults and RM15 for children below 12 years of age.

As per previous events, this tournament shall be played over 7 rounds (using Swiss Pairing System) starting with player registration at 9:00am, with each round scheduled to begin at the hour starting from 10:00am and concluding by 6:00pm on the same day. Time control is set at 25 minutes per player per game played to the finish.

With 12 guaranteed cash prizes up for grabs, this will also be a nationally rated event allowing local chess enthusiasts the chance to earn National Rating points. We offer 5 main prizes in the Open category, as well as 1 prize each for the best Under -12, best Ladies, best Un-rated and 2 prizes each for those rated below 1400 and 1600.

Should you require further information about this event, please feel free to contact
Najib Wahab at or +6016 338 2542 or Justin Kumar at or +6018 396 0781.

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