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Event Details

2019 Gold Coast Junior Championships U10 to U18

  • Date : 18 May 2019 - 19 May 2019
  • Venue : Hinterland Hotel, Station Street, Nerang 4211
  • Adult Price : $ 0 Per Player
    Concession Price : $ 0 Per Player
    Junior Price : $ 65 Per Player

Event Details

Gold Coast Junior Championships is the second most prestigious junior event in Queensland. This tournament is open to all junior players and all ability levels. This event page is for the under 10 to under 18 tournament.

Players must record their moves during their game. 1 pen per player will be provided, additional pens will be $1 per pen.

Ages are taken as at 01/01/2019.

In order to participate in this event you must be a Chess Association of Queensland member. To sign up please click here.

 

Venue:

Hinterland Hotel Function Rooms (to the right of venue) on Station Street, Nerang.

Food:

Gardiner Chess staff will NOT accompany children to local food outlets. Please ensure your child has food with them, or is supervised by yourself/another adult should they need to get food.

Cost:

$65 per player

An additional fee of $10 is payable on the day.

Schedule:

Please ensure you arrive by 9.00am for registration otherwise you may be excluded from round 1.

Saturday 18th May – Registration at 9.00am – 9.30am, Rounds 1-4 from 9.45am. Approximate finish time is 4.00pm

Sunday 19th May – Rounds 5-7 from 10.00am. Presentations immediately after. Approximate finish time is 3.00pm

Time Control:

50 minutes per player + 10 seconds per move

Prizes:

1st – $250, 2nd – $150, 3rd – $75

Trophies will be awarded for 1st – 3rd places in each age category from Under 10 through to Under 18.

Supervision:

Whilst Gardiner Chess voluntarily provides “play areas” for the use of younger chess players at various venues, these areas are not provided for purposes of “child care” and their use is subject to the oversight of the parents or guardians of these younger chess-players.

It is not the role of Arbiters to “police” areas outside of the playing venue – their role is to ensure that chess games are played in accordance with the rules and ensuring order in the playing venue. Supervision of children outside of the playing hall is solely the responsibility of the parent or caregiver, not the Arbiter or Organiser of the tournament.

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