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SHump
23-09-2011, 09:03 AM
To celebrate the new Hamilton Chess Centre (within Hamilton Girls High School), this Rapid is going to be bigger than usual for us.

6 rounds of 20+5 minute rapid chess for all ages. NZCF rapid rated. All players must be NZCF registered or pay the $20 fee before round 1.

Guaranteed Prize money of $500, including 1st $150, 2nd $120, 3rd $80 and rating group prizes for best U1800, U1400, 'u1200 and under 12' players. Guaranteed prize fund based on a minimum of 13 players.

A lunch break after round 2. Registration payments from 10am.

Entry fees: $30 for adults and $25 for juniors or Hamilton Chess club members. Please register via the HCC web site (http://hamiltonchess.net/) (hamiltonchess.net), or to check out more details of the HCC monthly chess events. Venue access is from Hill St.

SHump
11-10-2011, 05:47 AM
Hi All. Just an update re this Sunday's event. MORE PLAYERS WANTED! OK, the 11 already entered are in with a 50/50 chance to win the 6 prizes on offer. Good for them I say!

Name Rating category
Aaron Taylor D = under 1200 and under 12
Bob Mitchell B = under 1800
Richard J Dare B = under 1800
Lillian Dare C = under 1500
Daniel Han A = 1800 and over
Tony Wang D = under 1200 and under 12
Noel Pinic A = 1800 and over
Ruben Kruger D = under 1200 and under 12
Michael Budd B = under 1800
Nicole Qin D = under 1200 and under 12
Joy Shu Yan Qin C = under 1500

ChrisBurns
17-10-2011, 06:19 PM
What were the final results?

SHump
17-10-2011, 08:24 PM
Well, 26 players took up the challenge for the Moooving Rapid on 16th Oct. Ben Hague with a pick fence score stood out from the crowd - well done Ben! Noel Pinic and Daniel Han came in 2nd and 3rd overall with 4/6. Richard Dare took out the 1st in B grade also with 4/6. Joy Shu Yan Qin and Alphaeus Ang came 1st and 2nd in C grade and Qi Le Kong-Lim and Nicole Qin came 1st and 2nd in D grade. Congratulations to all players, especially the support from the out of towners - the $540 total prize money must have been an attraction! The event ran very smoothly and the venue worked well. Standings and cross table here (http://hamiltonchess.net/events/hamilton-rapid/16-oct-results/).

Please show some patience Chris - all good things come to those that wait.. but hey it is good you are interested!