Chess Competition in Lagos: 18 athletes to compete in the finalsJune 17, 2019
Chess Competition in Lagos: 18 athletes to compete in the finals
Chess Competition in Lagos…No less than 18 competitors are required to contend in the chess last challenge – Mindgames Premier Championship (MPC), planned to hold in August in Lagos.
Lukeman Owolabi, the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Mindgames Incorporated (MGI), coordinators of the challenge revealed this to the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on Monday.
He cautioned that any of the players that certified for the challenge, however, wouldn’t appear at the great finale would relinquish his or her spot.
He said that such a player’s spot would be allotted to the following player inline.
Owolabi said that the two spots for the best performing players in the U-20 and U-18 classifications are still available for anyone.
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He said that inclination would be given to the players who were pronounced the most MPC qualifiers.
“Just clubs that cooperate with MGI and outside players are qualified for special cases at the fantastic finale coming up in August.
“By no means will any player outside the gathering referenced above be considered for special cases,” Owolabi said.
He said that MGI accepted that it would just be reasonable that lone the players who had gone around the nation would guarantee their spots at the MPC terrific finale.
Owolabi, in any case, said that three qualifiers were held the nation over while the great finale for all qualifiers and universal players would hold in August in Lagos.
As indicated by him, the qualifiers were played in Enugu, Port Harcourt, and Kano separately.