Dear chessfriends, let us invite you most cordially to the 23rd International Chess and Games Festival Czech Open 2012, which will take place 12th – 29th July in Pardubice (the Czech Republic).
Within the frame of the festival there will be more than 100 tournaments in chess and other games, among them European Amateur Championship and European Youth Championship.
More detailed information should be found on http://www.czechopen.net/en/news/. The festival website will be ready till the end of April.
Furthermore we would like to invite you to the 3rd International Chess Festival Hradec Kralove Open 2012, which will be held 12th -19th May 2012 in the city of Hradec Kralove (the Czech Republic). More detailed information on http://www.czechtour.net/hradec-kralove-open/.
Information about other chess festivals held within the frame of Czech Tour 2012/2013 Series can be found on http://www.czechtour.net/. The website of this year’s series will be ready till the end of May.
Regulations of the European Youth Chess Championship U8, U10, U12, U14, U16 and U18, which will be held 16th – 26th August in Prague (the Czech Republic), are available on http://www.eycc2012.eu/. The website will be ready till the half of April.
With best regards,
Dr. Jan Mazuch, Director of Czech Open and Czech Tour
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