Chess is Free for Children at the London Chess Classic 2009

The London Chess Classic 2009 will offer free admission to children for the duration of the event which runs from December 8th to 15th.

Adult tickets are just £10 per day or just £50 for all seven rounds. Adult and junior ticket holders receive admission to the tournament, which is being staged at London’s prestigious Olympia Conference Centre, plus a guaranteed seat in the auditorium and access to the Commentary Room where some of the UK’s leading Grandmasters will give insights into the play and answer questions.

The London Chess Classic is the strongest all play all tournament to be held in Britain for 25 years with four of the world’s finest players and England’s leading quartet of Grandmasters. Heading the field is the fourteenth world champion Vladimir Kramnik and 18 year old Norwegian Magnus Carlsen already hailed as a future champion by Garry Kasparov who has recently agreed to train the chess genius.

Tickets are now on sale at www.londonchessclassic.com or call the London Chess Center on 0207 388 2404.

Malcolm Pein

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