BANGOR JANUARY BLITZ 2019
Thursday 24th January 2019 7:45pm to 10:15pm
ARBITERS: Brendan Jamison and Adam Rushe
Prize winners: Left to right: 3rd Place: Owen Wilson, Top Teeanger: Adam Rushe, 2nd Place: Richard Proctor, Champion: Brendan Jamison, Top Newcomer: Callum Magennis and Top Child Player: Ben Toogood
Champion – Brendan Jamison (6/6) TPR = 1948
2nd – Richard Proctor (5/6) TPR = 1450
3rd – Owen Wilson (4/6) TPR = 1365
Top Teenage Player - Adam Rushe (3.5/6) TPR = 1115
Best Child Player - Ben Toogood (4/6) TPR = 1162
Best Newcomer – Callum Magennis (3/6) TPR = 999
Round 6: Alwyn Pollock (White) v Owen Wilson (Black)
Round 6: Ben Toogood (White) v Sam Bowman (Black)
Round 6: Foreground: Adam Rushe (White) v Richard Proctor (Black)
Background: Brendan Jamison (White) v Callum Magennis (Black)
Classic rating will be used for players without a blitz rating
Players are ranked below with their blitz ratings
Bangor Chess Club, Groomsport Parish Hall, 30 Main Street, Groomsport, County Down, BT19 6JR
Check-in at 7:30pm
Round 1 commencing at 7:45pm.
6 rounds in total. The tournament will be completed by 10:15pm.
One open section.
10 minutes per player. No increments. Each round will last 20 minutes.
Free entry for members of Bangor Chess Club. Certificates for prize-winners.
£1 for non-members of Bangor Chess Club
7 CERTIFICATES - ELIGIBILITY
1ST– all players
2nd – all players
3rd – all players
Best Teenage Player - highest score by a player aged between 13-19
2 PLAYERS: Adam Rushe, Callum Magennis
Best Child Player – highest score by a player aged 12 and under
3 PLAYERS: Ben Toogood, Zach Williamson and Daniel Toogood
Best Newcomer – highest score by newcomer to Bangor Chess Club in current season
7 PLAYERS: Richard McClean, Chris McClean, Sam Bowman, Ben Toogood, Callum Magennis, Zach Williamson and Daniel Toogood
TIE BREAKS: For tie-breaks,
players will be ranked based on their scores by Median Buchholz, followed if
necessary by Buchholz and then Progressive Scores.
RULES: FIDE rules will apply.
Touchmove will apply. The second illegal move will result in the immediate loss
of the game, however, your opponent must announce when the first
illegal move has been played and then once again announce the second illegal
move has been played before claiming the win, provided the player still has
mating material left on the board, otherwise only a draw can be claimed. If play
continues, the opponent may not claim the win retrospectively.
Remember FIDE rules about mobile phones is very
strict. If your phone makes a noise during the game (be it a text, phone call or any other audio distrcation), you will automactially lose
the game therefore always remember to have your phone switched off. If you are a
doctor on call, please notify Arbiter in advance.
To register please email
Brendan Jamison at email@example.com
Registration deadline: 12 noon on Tuesday 22nd January 2019