2016 Auckland Open September 24-25 At SASIT, 520 Gt South Rd Greenlane. (Parking and entrance are on Woodbine St) CONTACTS - Colin Grierson, phone (09) 532 9996 Home or (09) 580 8745 Work - Du Shiyong, phone (09) 534 5619 Home or (09) 539 7611 Work - Kevin Lui, phone 021 0244 8272 Please advise Colin, Kevin or Du if you will be attending the tournament. - If you are coming to Auckland we can find accommodation for you with local Go players. Please let us know your arrival details. The main tournament will have 5 rounds over Saturday and Sunday. Entry cost is $30, with $5 discount if you pre-register - (The registration form is at the end of this document) New Zealand rules will be used. Time control: 1hr 15 minutes allowed for each player and 30 seconds byo-yomi Lunch, tea, and coffee will be provided Payment and registration Saturday morning 9am Dinner & social gathering Saturday night after the tournament in the SASIT games room.
- This is optional, but highly recommended!
Please pass this invitation on to other Go players you know who may not be aware of the tournament.
Schedule: Saturday 9:00 Registration 9:30 Round 1 12:00 Lunch 12:30 Round 2 15:15 Afternoon Tea 15:30 Round 3 18:30 End of play 19:00 Social function Sunday 9:30 Round 4 12:00 Lunch + Auckland Go club AGM 13:30 Round 5 18:30 Presentation of Prizes 19:00 Finish
Registration: Please email the following information to email@example.com Your name: ______________________________________
Your playing strength: _____ For example "NZ 4 dan", "Korean 1 kyu", "2 dan on KGS"....
Your contact details: email ___________________________________________________
Phone numbers __________________________________________
If you are coming to Auckland: - Do you need accommodation? ______ - When and where do you arrive? ______________________________________________
Are you a NZ citizen? ____ (We need to know this when inviting people to represent NZ in international tournaments) If you are not a NZ citizen, do you have "Permanent Residence"? ____ (You need at least PR to qualify for accumulating points towards representing NZ)
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