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The Ohio Masters Open

  • FM Boorchess
  • | Jun 16, 2014
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I want to invite all Chess.com members to a Chess Tournament and Festival that will be held in Dayton Ohio from July 25th-27th. Also at the same time as this event there will be the Dayton Irish Festival at local riverside park.

The Dayton Chess Club with the Ohio Chess Academy Proudly Presents

The Ohio Masters

Chess Tournament – July 25-27, 2014

The tournament is Open to everyone (Just like the US Open)

Unique OPEN Format
ONE OPEN SECTION, OPEN TO ALL

5-SS, G/90 d5, $3150 b/50 at Dayton Chess Club

TROPHIES PLUS GRAND PRIX POINTS: 30

PRIZES: 1st 800, 2nd 650, 3rd 500, 4th 450, 5th 300, 6th 250, 7th 200

Trophies top 3 Juniors

 Come have fun and battle with the masters!

Rounds: 8pm Friday, 11AM/5PM Saturday & Sunday.

(Plenty of time between and between rounds to relax and see the sights!)

Blitz Sunday Evening EF $40. (75% returned as prizes). Round Robin Depending on entries.

CHESS CLINIC AND WORKSHOP with FM Carl Boor and friends, Saturday between Round 2 and 3!

This event will make for a great learning experience for up & coming players as many strong
players from the region are expected.

Up to two byes permitted, must schedule prior to R3.
Entry Fee: $80 if rec'd by 7/14; then $95. OH Grand Prix Event - $3 disc OCA mbrs. Also $3 disc
DCC mbrs

Registration on site Fri 6-7:30 PM & Sat for those taking a bye in R1 from 9:30-10:30 AM.

MAIL ENTRIES: Dayton Chess Club, 18 West 5th St., Dayton, OH 45402 or Register Online at
DaytonChessclub.com. No clocks at site.

Sponsored by www.OhioChessAcademy.com  and www.Daytonchessclub.com


 Info: DCC.18W5@sbcglobal.net/. 937-461-6283.

Area Hotels

http://www.kayak.com/Dayton-Hotels.4449.hotel.ksp

Irish Festival

http://www.daytoncelticfestival.com/

 

THIS IS THE SAME FORMAT AS THE US OPEN CHESS CHAMPIONSHIP
ONE OPEN SECTION, OPEN TO ALL
COME, PLAY, ENJOY!!


"Of Chess it has been said that life is not long enough for it, but that is the fault of life, not chess." - William Napier

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