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Liechtenstein Open 2015

The 33rd International Chess Open in the Principality of Liechtenstein will take place on 8-16th May, 2015, at the Gemeindesaal Triesen.

The tournament will be held under the aegis of S.D. Erbprinz Alois von und zu Liechtenstein.

The prizes in the main Open event will be: 1st – CHF 2’000, 2nd – CHF 1’500, 3rd – CHF 1’200, 4th – CHF 1’000, 5th – CHF 800, 6th – CHF 700, 7th – CHF 600, 8th – CHF 500, 9th – CHF 400, 10th – (until 10th Hort-System) CHF 300, 11th to 20th – (ranking) CHF 200.

Last year winner was Grandmaster Sebastian Bogner.

The prizes in the special Seniors Open (players born in 1954 or earlier) will be: 1st – CHF 800, 2nd – CHF 600, 3rd – CHF 400, 4th – CHF 300, 5th – CHF 200, 6th to 10th – CHF 100

Both groups will be played over 9 rounds of Swiss pairings. Chief Arbiter will be FA Dipl.-Ing. Daniel Wanzek.

More information on the official website.

Castle in Liechtenstein

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