chessengland.com is the website of FIDE International Arbiter and International Organiser Adam Raoof. You can follow my events (including pairings, results and some games) on Chess-Results.com here. Add your name to my mailing list. A list of my events is on the right. NOW YOU CAN FILTER BY TYPE by clicking on the arrow next to ‘Agenda’. Here are some highlights;
The fifth edition of the Muswell Hill Rapidplay sponsored by The Clissold Arms, takes place on Saturday 3rd October. There are three FIDE rated sections of six rounds; an OPEN, a Major Under 160 and a Minor Under 120. The venue is a very short walk from East Finchley Underground station on the Northern Line Click here for the website of the Muswell Hill Rapidplays.
Hampstead Congress is a regular two-day, event raising money for Age Concern Camden. NEXT event: 26-27 September 2015. NOW IN THREE SECTIONS – Under 2200 (200 ECF), Under 1900 (160 ECF) an ECF Graded Under 135 Section and also the opportunity to play one ECF graded game on a Saturday evening! Click here for latest details of the Congress series. Please note that these events are limited to 64 players due to the size of the venue.
The regular monthly Golders Green Rapidplay takes place on Saturday 12th September. NOW £100, £50 prizes in each section! There are four FIDE rated sections of six rounds; an OPEN, a Major Under 170, a Minor Under 145 and an Amateur Under 120. The venue is a very short walk from Golders Green Underground station on the Northern Line Click here for the website of the Golders Green Rapidplays.
More Golders Green Rapidplay photos on Flickr.
Kings Place – the biggest rapidplay tournament in London and the strongest in the UK – was held on 11 July 2015. Click here for the results and prizewinners.
The full Chess England Rules and Regulations for Tournaments are online and it is recommended that you read them before entering any event.
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