Sunday, February 19, 2012

New Nagas Standard Chess Tournament (17-18/03/2012)

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New Nagas Standard Chess Tournament,
17th & 18th March 2012

@ Dato’ Arthur Tan Chess Centre, 4th Flr Kompleks Wilayah, Jalan Dang Wangi, Kuala Lumpur

Eligibility: Malaysians with a FIDE rating below 2200 or Malaysians without a FIDE rating.

Format: 7 Rounds Swiss System (The Swiss Manager pairing program shall be used).

Accelerated pairings shall be used for the first 2 or 3 rounds.

Time Control: 20 min with increment of 30 seconds per move for only the first 30 moves, plus a
               further 25 minutes each to the finish.

Entry fees: RM50 per participant

Prizes:
Champion : RM300 2nd Place: RM250 3rd Place: RM200
4th Place: RM150 5th Place: RM100 6th Place : RM80
7th Place: RM70 8th Place: RM60 9th Place: RM50

10th – 15th Places: RM40 each

Tie-break:
1) No. of wins
2) Buchholz
3) SB

Prize money is shared if players are still tied after applying the above tie-breaks.

Schedule: Saturday (17 March)
Sunday (18 March)

Late Registration: 8.30 am to 8.50 am

Players’ Briefing: 9.10 am

Round 1: 9.15 am – 11.15 am
Round 2: 11.30 am – 1.30 pm
Round 3: 2.30 pm – 4.30 pm
Round 4: 4.45 pm – 6.45 pm
Round 5: 8.45 am – 10.45 am
Round 6: 11.00 am – 1.00 pm
Round 7: 2.15 pm – 4.15 pm

Prize Giving: 4.30 pm

Ratings:
1) The results of this event shall be sent to MCF for National Rating; and

2) The results of this event shall be rated in a new Standard Chess Rating List

 

that includes only results of events with time control of at least 60/G. 

Game Scores: An event games database with up to the first 30 moves played at the

 

first 10 boards of each round shall be provided (via email) free to each participant.

Registration:
1) Please pay the amount for entry fees to:

Maybank Account No: 108048265782 (Account Name: Fong Yit San),
and send details of your Full Name, Mykad/Mykid No., Email address, Handphone
contact no. and an image of the bank pay-in slip to edfong20@yahoo.com by 14 March
2012 (closing date); OR

2)Submit the completed Registration Form and payment by hand to Eddy Fong,
Fong Yit Ho or Fong Yit San who may be present at upcoming chess events.
The Organiser reserves the absolute right to reject or not to accept any entry.

Late registration (after 14 March 2012) shall be accepted at the absolute discretion of the

Organiser subject to a penalty of RM10.

Enquiries: Please email edfong20@yahoo.com or call Eddy Fong at 016-6397535.

Website: chessxpose.blogspot.com

Rules:
* FIDE Laws of Chess shall apply except where stated otherwise.

 

* Any  player  who  fails  to  appear  for  his  game  within  10  minutes  of  the  start  of  the game shall 
  forfeit the game.

 

* A  player,  who,  without  informing  the  Arbiter  before  the  pairing  list  for  a  round  is posted, 
  fails to turn up for that round or who forfeits a game shall be deemed to have withdrawn from the event.
* It is compulsory for each player to record the first 30 moves of each game.
* The Arbiter’s decision on any dispute or application of tournament rules is final.


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