Tournament days: 30 th of April–8th of May 2016.
9 rounds Schweizer. Hasselbacken Chess Open is notified to FIDE for the Elo-calculation.
40 moves/100 min, then 20 moves/50 min and then the rest of the Game 10 minutes. + 30 sec per move from move 1.
NB! Sofia rule applies in the tournament: No draw offer before move 31.
Saturday 30 th of April Round 1 at 14.00
NB! Personal notification at playing venue before 13.00 the first day.
Sunday 1 th of May Round 2 at 14.00
Monday 2 th of May Round 3 at 14.00
Tuesday 3 th of May Round 4 at 14.00
Wednesday 4 th of May Round 5 at 14.00
Thursday 5 th of May Round 6 at 14.00 (Ascension Day)
Friday 6 th of May Round 7 at 14.00
Saturday 7 th of May Round 8 at 14.00
Sunday 8 th of May Round 9 at 11.00
Award ceremony after the last game in Round 9.
Regular, 1 200 SEK
Stockholm’s Chess Society’s members, 1 000 SEK
Juniors (born 1996 or later), 1 000 SEK
FM, 1 000 SEK
IM, 500 SEK
GM, 0 SEK
The entry fee is for swedish players paid to Plusgiro 351607-7 before 25 th of April 2016. NB, FOREIGN PLAYERS: Please register and pay the entry fee no later than April 25, 2016 to our business account with BIC-code ESSESESS and IBAN number SE0550000000052401023860! NB! Foreign players. Please register and pay the entry fee to our business account with BIC-code ESSESESS and IBAN number SE0550000000052401023860. When you register, the information should contain:, name, address, date of birth, country, Elo rating, e-mail and phone number (where you can be reached during the tournament).
1:nd prize 50 000 SEK
2:nd prize 25 000 SEK
3:rd prize 15 000 SEK
4:rd prize 12 000 SEK
5:rd prize 10 000 SEK
6:rd prize 9 000 SEK
7:rd prize 9 000 SEK
8:rd prize 8 000 SEK
9:rd prize 7 000 SEK
10:rd prize 7 000 SEK
Three prizes per rating group are dished out from approx. player no. 11–15: 12 players:
1) 4 000 SEK
2) 2 000 SEK
3) 1 500 SEK
Rating Group membership is determined by Elo rating. For players from Sweden: If ELO is missing your LASK rating will be counted. Players without verified ELO rating can’t win prices!
1) Medium Buchholz 2)Most black games 3)Most wins.
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