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Tournament info

The Hague chessclubs Haeghe Ooievaar, Schaakcombinatie HTV and DD organize their 14th weekend tournament on

16, 17 and 18 November 2018

Location: SBS Denksportcentrum, Kerketuinenweg 2 in The Hague

Tournament formula: 2 groups (A: 1701 and up; B: 1800 and down), 6 round Swiss system.

Programme:  
Friday 16 November  
18.30 – 19.15 hrs: registration
19.15 hrs: opening
19.30 – 23.30 hrs: 1st round
Saturday 17 November  
09.30 – 13.30 hrs: 2nd round
14.30 – 18.30 hrs: 3rd round
19.30 – 23.30 hrs: 4th round
Sunday 18 November  
09.30 – 13.30 hrs: 5th round
14.30 – 18.30 hrs: 6th round
19.00 hrs: prize distribution

Results:
Results will be presented to the rating commissioner of the KNSB.

Speed: 1:45 hrs plus an additional 10 seconds per move.

Byes: It is possible to take a bye in one of the first four rounds, provided this is notified to the organisation before the start of the tournament. You will receive half a point in this round.

Registering:
Registration fee is € 25 ; GM free. Non KNSB-members pay an additional € 7,50 for KNSB membership.
Your fee can be paid before November, 16 to bank account NL89 INGB 0004591271, made payable to Haags Weekendtoernooi in Den Haag; you can also choose to pay at the beginning of the tournament.

Register

Also, you can contact for questions and/or registering:

Paul Koppens
Tel. 06 23253980
e-mail: info@haagsweekendtoernooi.nl

 

Directions:
By car:
follow the A4, direction Den Haag Zuid; take exit 12; follow the N211 until Den Haag, and then the signs 'Kerketuinen'. There is parking space during the weekend in the vicinity (Chroomstraat, Platinaweg, Kerketuinenweg)

By public transport:
from station Den Haag Centraal:
take Randstad Rail 4, direction De Uithof; get off at stop De Rade

from station Den Haag Hollands Spoor:
take tram 11 or 12; change to Randstad Rail 4 at Loosduinseweg; get off at stop De Rade

History
The Hague Weekend tournament is the continuation of a long chess tradition. Since 1981 there have been organized 23 tournaments bij DD, and since 1982 Haeghe Ooievaar (and predecessors SV Den Haag and Ooievaar) organized 22 tournaments under different names.

In 2004 chessclubs DD, Haeghe Ooievaar en Vogelwijk joined forces. The latter merged with Haagse Toren in 2006 and became SHTV.

In total there have been organized 50 tournaments in The Hague and if the present day organizers can help it many more will follow.

 


Sponsored by

cee dee cee
www.cultuurendenksportcentrum.nl

 

Hunia
www.huniadrukkerij.nl

 

De Beste Zet
www.debestezet.nl

 

De koperen pion
www.dekoperenpion.nl