Do you love chess and are you always on the lookout for the most prestigious tournaments not to be missed? Then get ready, because the 34th Franconville Val Parisis Chess Open on 24 September 2023 is an event you won't want to miss! With internationally renowned players, intense games and an electric atmosphere, this tournament promises to be the biggest and most exciting of the year. The tournament will take place in the charming town of Franconville Val Parisis, in France. The organisers have pulled out all the stops to create an exceptional event, with impeccable organisation and attractive prizes on offer. Whether you're a seasoned player or just a passionate amateur, you'll find your place in this tournament where competition and conviviality blend harmoniously.
So don't miss the 34th Franconville Val Parisis Chess Open on 24 September 2023, an exceptional event that promises to blow your mind. Whether you're a player or just a spectator, you'll experience unforgettable moments at the heart of the fascinating world of chess. Don't miss this unique opportunity to immerse yourself in the spellbinding atmosphere of one of the biggest chess tournaments of the year.
A tournament open to all talented players
This tournament is open to all players with a FIDE or FFE rapid Elo rating of less than 2400. Whether you are a keen amateur player or a seasoned professional, you will have the opportunity to take part in this prestigious competition. The level of play will be incredibly high, making this an unmissable event for all chess fans.
A fast-paced, intense game format
The 34th Franconville Val Parisis Open d'échecs will feature 9 fast 12-minute games, with an additional 3 seconds per move. This fast game format guarantees a dynamic and intense competition, where every second counts. Players will have to show speed and precision to make crucial strategic and tactical decisions in a limited time.
A well-organised day
It is essential that players arrive for the check-in between 9am and 9.30am, to allow the competition to run smoothly. The first game will start precisely at 10am, so make sure you're on time so you don't miss a second of the action. The Open will be held at the Centre Culturel Saint Exupéry in Franconville, an ideal venue for such a large-scale event.