All registrations and enquiries are to be directed to Intchess Asia Pte Ltd.
International Chess Asia Pte Ltd would like to invite chess players to participate in its September Holiday "Beat the Trainer Tournament." Chess player will have an opportunity to play with International Masters and National Master, analyze and improve their games with the help of IntChess Asia's Chess Coaches.
Date and Venue
|11 September 2015||IntChess Asia Pte Ltd
170 Upper Bukit Timah Road, #10-04
Food and Snacks
Lunch and light afternoon snacks will be provided during the tournament. Participants are also welcome to bring whatever lunch, snacks and drinks they want for consumption during the tournament.
The tournament is a 9-round, 20-minute chess game for each Participant. The first 6 games will be clock simulation with IntChess Asia's Chess Coaches and normal tournament rules will apply. Participants must record their game for analysis with the chess coach at the end of every game. Round 7 to 9 will be chess games among the participants following the Swiss tournament format.
|Chess Coach*||Chess Coach*|
|IM Rico Mascarinas
(World Chess Olympiad Gold Medalist)
|IA Lincoln Yap|
|IM Domingo Ramos
(Asian Junior Gold Medalist)
|IA Joey Moseros|
|NM Robert Suelo
(2014 and 2015 Singapore National Blitz Champion)
|FI Mark Mangubat
(2015 Singapore National Rapid Chess Challenger Champion)
Round 1 begins at 9:30AM. Later rounds start as early as possible. Tournaments normally end no later than 5:00 pm.
Certificate of participation will be awarded to Participants. Medal will be awarded to any player who manages to win or draw with the Chess Coach. Category prizes will be provided to top 5 players with the highest point at the end of the tournament for under 8, under 10 and under 12. Calculated tie-breaks will be used to determine winners among players with the same score.
Registration and Entry Fees
* Each Participant is guaranteed to play with 4 coaches only to cater for emergency and urgent situations. However, we will provide our best effort to let participants play with all the coaches.