Auckland Bridge Club
273 Remuera Rd
Ph: +64 9 5245562
Fax: +64 9 5245576
THE PREMIER AUCKLAND JUNIOR CHESS EVENT FOR 2019
A competitive Chess Tournament just for kids ages 4 to 18. Includes Pawns, Knights, Bishops and Rooks Divisions for players that haven't qualified. Lots of great prizes! The trophies are bigger and better than normal Sarapu Cup events.
7 round Swiss tournament with a time control of 20 minutes + 5 seconds/move. Multiple Divisions.
The Premier Division for players who qualified in one of the Sarapu Cup events during the year or reached Magic Number 15.
To qualify for the Premier Division you must have competed in at least one Sarapu Cup event this year and:
VIEW THE FINAL LIST OF ALL PREMIER DIVISION QUALIFIERS
NOTE: If you haven't qualified for the Premier Division, you can still play in the Open Divisions below.
The Pawns Division is for players who are new to Chess and are still taking their first steps. We recommend players that have a Chess Power Rating of less than 400 points. You can only enter this division if you have played in five or less Sarapu Cup's. If this is your first Chess tournament we recommend you play in the Pawns division even if you have been playing Chess for some time. Your rating can be checked on our Ratings Search page.
The Knights Division is for players who have gained some confidence in Chess, perhaps played in a few tournaments but aren't established players yet. We recommend this division for players with a Chess Power Rating of between 400 and 550 points. If you have played in more than five Sarapu Cup's you have to play in this division or higher.
The Bishops Division is for players who have played a number of tournaments and are confident players. We recommend this division for players with a Chess Power Rating of between 550 and 700 points.
The Rooks Division is designed for established players that are highly confident and have experience. We recommend the Rooks division for players with a Chess Power Rating of 700 - 900 points. You can enter the Rooks Division on request, even if your rating is below 700 points, however be prepared for some very tough games! If you wish to enter the Rooks Division, please add your request in the Additional Comments box on the registration page.
Check-in: 8:30am - 9:00am
Opening announcements: 9:00am - 9:30am
Tournament closes: 5:30pm
The Sarapu Cup Championships is open to all players between 4 and 18. No adults are allowed to play.
Entry into the Premier Division is for players who qualified in one of the Sarapu Cup events during the year. Entry into the Pawns, Knights, Bishops and Rooks divisions are unrestricted and is open to all players subject to their rating.
All games will be rated using the Chess Power ratings system with double-rating points compared to other Sarapu Cup events.
$40 per child 18 and Under
$50 if paid on the day
There are no early bird discounts available for this event.
021 0271 5577
Spaces are limited so it is important that you register for this event. Use the booking form at the top of this page to secure your place.
Any general enquiries about this tournament can be sent to Paul Macdonald at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 021 0271 5577.