Congress details have been on our website calendar page for some time.
We have reserved some rooms at the venue hotel, and just one single room is left from our allocation, as of a few minutes ago! This will be released in the next few days.
If you wish to book at the venue, you should do so right away. The Hotel telephone number is: 01743 499955 Email: email@example.com
There are only a few hotels in the town centre (plenty further out) and wherever you choose to stay, it will probably pay to plan ahead.
As to the tournament itself, the early bird discount runs up to 31st January.
Any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Day two of the London Open, Monday 29th December, saw rounds three and four of the Open. At the top in round three Benjamin Teuber lost to Mateusz Surma and Young-Sam Kim lost to Chi-Min Oh. So the two on four wins faced off in round four; Oh beat Surma to take a clear lead. At the end of the day the other players on four wins were: Kalle Timperi 1k, Lova Wåhlin 2k, Johannes Siven 3k, Alberto Adriasola 4k and Jannik Gram 5k.
The three pros present were busily anaylsing games at the end of each round and in the early evening Miss Choi gave a lecture for kyu players and Fan Hui reviewed a game with the stronger players.
The 2014 London Open got under way 15 minutes late on Sunday 28th December after a repairing. 108 players in all are expected, with 101 already playing. As usual a large number of players are from outside the UK, with many strong Chinese players as well as players from several European countries.
Also present are three professionals: Fan Hui from France, Dongeun Choi from Korea and Hajin Lee, the IGF Secretary.
Again the venue is ISH at the top of Great Portland Street convenient for seeing London and providing accommodation for those staying over.