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Minor - Prize List

Minor Tournament Prize List

1st = Zahed Miah* Isle of Man 5½ / 7 £600
  John Field England 5½ / 7 £600
  * Zahed Miah receives the trophy on tie-break      
3rd Ian Thackray England 5 / 7 £300
IOM Prize Harry Minor Isle of Man 4½ / 7 £100

Rating Prizes:

1650 – 1750

Mike Gunn#

England

£100

1550 – 1649

 John Griffin

Isle of Man

£100

1450 – 1549

Andrew de Santos

England

£100

1350 – 1449

 Christ’r Armstrong

Northern Ireland

£100

 

Oliver Opseth#

Norway

£100

Below 1350

Jamie Barrow

Isle of Man

£100

 

#Additional Prize

 

 

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