Uxbridge JCC - London Juniors Chess Championships 2022
London Juniors Chess Championships 2022
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Venue: Uxbridge Conservative Club Hall, 46 Harefield Road, UB8 1PJ
Time: Saturday 17th September 2019, Start 10am to 5pm
LJCC Qualifiers Under 12 Section. Graded Rapid Play 20 Minutes game plus 10 seconds increment per move; 6 Rounds Qualification score is Major 4.5 or more out of 6 Minor 3.5 Under 10 Section. Graded Rapid Play 20 Minutes game plus 10 seconds increment per move; 6 Rounds Qualification score is Major 4.5 or more out of 6 Minor 3.5 Under 8 Section. Graded Rapid Play 20 Minutes game plus 10 seconds increment per move; 6 Rounds Qualification score is Major 4.5 or more out of 6 Minor 3.5 U14/16/18/21 no Qualification needed for finals so join in the ______________________________________________________ Open Section over 12. ECF Graded Rapid Play matches, 20 Minutes plus 5 second’s increment; 6 Rounds. There will be Prize money in Open section 1st Place £50, 2nd Place £30, 3rd Place £15 ______________________________________________________
Public Transport: 5 minutes from Uxbridge station, Venue Parking: Carpark around the back ________________________________________________________________ Round Times (Doors open at 12) Please be seated at your board at 12.10am. Opening Talk to Parents and Players Due to late start, games will commence within 5 minutes of round being completed. For possible earlier finish Round One 12.10 - Round Two 1.10pm Round Three 2.10pm - Round Four 3.10am Round Five 4.10pm - Round Six 5.10pm Prize giving around 6pm Entry: LJCC Entry fee £20. Open Entry fee £20 Late Entry: On the day entry fee is £25 only if spaces are available as we have limited capacity in the hall. We expect places to fill up fast. BACS Daniel Knight 404508 Acc 42256223 Please use child’s name/surname for reference.
Recording of games All games must be recorded, except in the Under 8 section. A player will be required to make up any moves missing from their score sheet according to the ECF rules of chess. Recording your game means writing down all the moves.
Byes The expectation is that all players will play in every round but when there is an odd number of players available for a particular round, the section controller will give one player a one point bye. Where possible the player will be paired with someone from another section for a practice game.
Optional Half Point Bye Any competitor may request a half point bye in any round except the last. There is no obligation to do this - most players play in every round. If you wish to take a half point bye at least two rounds in advance of the round in question. Only one round may be missed in this way.