9th European Chess Solving Championship
The Lithuanian Chess Composers’ Society with pleasure invites
all chess problems solvers and chess composition friends to attend the 9th
European Chess Solving Championship in Vilnius, Lithuania.
Friday 26th April – Sunday 28th April, 2013.
Vilnius city – the capital of Lithuania.
Vilnius has an international airport http://www.vilnius-airport.lt/en/ .
Hotel and Conference Centre
Address: Sausio 13-osios st. 2, Vilnius, http://www.karolina.lt/en/kontaktai.php
Prices for accommodation at "Karolina" hotel:
– standard single room – 70 EUR per person per night,
– standard double room – 55 EUR per person per night.
Prices include breakfast, dinner and participation in the solving and composing
tournaments. Parking and access to wireless internet for the hotel guests
is free. Participants who wish to extend their stay before or after the event
can do so at the equivalent daily rate. Late check-out – half standard price.
The hotel is located close to the city bus-trolleybus stop "Karoliniskes"
(200 m). The distance from the hotel to the airport and to the railway / bus
stations is less than 10 km. The distance from the hotel to the city centre
is less than 5 km.
Participants who are not staying at "Karolina" hotel
and participants registered after 4th April 2013 have to pay participation
fee – 40 EUR.
Hotel and participation fee has to be paid directly to the representative
of organization committee in cash in euro or litas (1 EUR is equal to 3,4528
26th April, Friday, 5 p.m. Open Solving Tournament
27th April, Saturday, 9 a.m. ECSC 1st day
5 p.m. Quick Show and Solving Show
28th April, Sunday, 9 a.m. ECSC 2nd day
4 p.m. Closing ceremony
Registration should be done to:
Vidmantas Satkus, ph. +370 683 79498, e-mail vsatkusyahoo.com
Vilimantas Satkus, ph. +370 647 08453, e-mail vilimantas.satkusgmail.com
until 4th April 2013 (inclusive).
All the information about this event will be published in our official website http://www.sachmatija.puslapiai.lt/ecsc2013/
See you in Vilnius!
Vidmantas Satkus, President of the Lithuanian Chess Composers’ Society