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Brighton Lite

Another way to enjoy our flagship event

Building on 2012’s innovations, we are now grouping all the one-day weekend events and the single-

session mid-week events under the umbrella title ‘Brighton Lite’.

You can play as little or as much as you like, taking advantage of the flexibility given by the new events

and new timings to reduce the number of nights spent in hotels, to come for the day and get home earlier,

or just to spend more time in Brighton’s relaxed surroundings.

If you’re new to the world of congresses or haven’t been to Brighton for a while, why not give

Brighton Lite a go?

What are the Brighton Lite events?

The Weekends:

There are two one-day green-pointed Swiss Teams events on the first weekend and two one-day green-

pointed stratified Swiss Pairs on the second weekend. Each event consists of six seven-board matches,

with a noon start-time, and there are extra prizes and master points available for those who play both

days of a weekend.

Mid-week:

All the well-known mid-week events are in Brighton Lite, including the daily Open Pairs and our regular

evening events: ‘Play with the Experts’ Pairs; Tuesday Pairs Championship; Mixed Pivot Teams

Championship; and the Mixed Pairs Championship; as well as a new Point-a-Board teams on Friday

afternoon (16 August). Finally, the Next Step Congress (13 - 15 August), aimed at players who are familiar

with club play but new to congresses (see page 54), is a part of the Lite events.

All the weekday afternoon events are blue-pointed and the weekday evenings are green-pointed, with an

early start available in the evening pairs events.

Download our special Brighton Lite leaflet

and full timetable at: http://goo.gl/LCSAs

Entries via  01296 317 203/219, or

comps@ebu.co.uk, or online at

https://www.ebu.co.uk/members/

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