7th Asian Schools Chess Championships 2011

On behalf of the Asian Chess Federation and FIDE, the All India Chess Federation has the honour of inviting all Asian National Chess Federations affiliated to FIDE to participate in the 7th Asian Schools Chess Championships 2011 (under-5, under-7, under-9, under-11, under-13 and under-15) in New Delhi, India from 16th (arrival) to 23rd (departure) December 2011.


– Invited Players, Each National Federation can enter one (1) player in each of the under 5,7, 9, 11, 13 and 15 (open and girls) categories, totaling a maximum of twelve (12) invited players.

– Additional Players, Additional (extra) players can also be registered.

– In order to ensure proper tournament standards, all invited players and all additional (extra) players must submit their registration through their National Federations not later than the 25th November 2011 (registration deadline).

– The players should be below the respective age groups on or before 1st January 2011.

All Invited players, one player per country in each category and a manager are entitled to free Board and lodging for 7 days starting from 16th December 2011 at the Official Hotel. No replacement from other categories can be made in case there is no official player in one category. All additional players and all other accompanying persons should pay the cost for board and lodging.

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Contact of the Organising Committee
The Secretary, Delhi Chess Association, Hotel KC Plaza, 5588, Basant Lane, Paharganj, New Delhi-55
Mr. MS Gopakumar, IA (Registration), 9868624216/ 9986883449
Mr. Sandeep Singh, FA (Registration), 9953435457
Mr. AK Verma (Accommodation), 9891468906
Mr. Bharat Singh (Chairman, Organising Committee), 9810000007

Email: delhichess64@gmail.com
Web site: www.delhichess.com

Venue: Indira Gandhi Indoor Stadium, New Delhi

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