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2023 Dubbo Open
Tournament: 2023 Dubbo Open
Venue: Dubbo RSL Club, Corner Brisbane & Wingewarra Streets, Dubbo
Start Date: 25 Mar, 2023
Duration: 2 days

Venue:              Dubbo RSL Club, corner Brisbane & Wingewarra Streets, NSW 2830
Length:             6 rounds, 2 days (weekend)
Start/End:          Saturday 25 March - Sunday 26 March
Registration:       9.30 am Saturday 25 March
Start time:         10.30 am Saturday 25 March
Entry Fee(s):       $45 adults, $35 concession, $25 juniors
Rounds:             10:30 am, 1:30 pm, 4:00 pm on Saturday; 
                    9:15 am, 11:45 pa, 2:15 pm on Sunday
Time Control:       Fischer  60 minutes + 10 seconds per move
Prizes:             $450 first prize guaranteed, divisional and junior prizes subject to number of entries
Enquiries to:       Prakashbabu Radhakrishnan 0422 877 165 prakash2009babu@gmail.com and Trevor Bemrose, 02 6884 4096(AH), trevbem@gmail.com
SPECIAL:            All NSW players are required to be either full or associate members of the NSW Chess Association (or members of NSW Junior Chess League if under 18).  Membership can be arranged on the day.

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Brochure: Download Brochure
Link: http://home.exetel.com.au/dubbochessclub

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Prize Eligibility of Unrated Players (26 Nov, 2012)
Unrated players are not eligible for rating restricted prizes.
Online Registration for Tournaments (25 Jan, 2012)
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Player Responsibilities (30 Nov, 2011)
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