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MCR Copenhagen Open 2018

Time: Sunday March 11, 2018

Place: Haraldsgade 69, Copenhagen. See map.

MERS certified

Registration: CLOSED.

Registration fee: DKK 150
Tournament fee size information will follow soon. Includes: lunch, snacks coffee and tea.
No pre-payment, you pay on-site.

Rules: Mahjong Competition Rules

Tournament rules:
Four sessions of 120 minutes are played.
Table winners are awarded 4 points, 2 points go to number 2 and 1 point to number three at each table.

Team competition:
If there are at least 24 competitors there will be a team competition: Each player is part of a team of four players whose individual results are added. Send the name of your team of four to Isabel. Remaining players will be placed into teams by the organizers.

Prizes:
Individual prizes for the 3 highest ranked players. Team prize for the Best Team. If there are more than 12 teams (48 competitors), there will be Team Prizes for the top three teams.

Catering:
Tea, coffee, snacks and lunch are included in the registration fee.
A limited amount of free drinks are also included.
Soft drinks, beer and wine will be on sale for non-profit prices. Expected price per item: 6 dkk (about 80 eurocent).

Dinner:
No dinner is planned at this moment.

Join Mahjong Denmark's Thursday session. If you feel like coming early to Copenhagen, be advised that we play mahjong every Thursday at Haraldsgade 69, Copenhagen. There will be people from 16:30hrs onwards.

Any questions? Contact Tina: tina@mahjong.dk or +45 21259153

Time schedule:

Time Sunday March 11
08:00-08:30 Registration
08:45 Welcome
9:00-11:00Session 1
11:00-11:20Break
11:20-13:20Session 2
13:20-14:20Lunch
14:20-16:20Session 3
16:20-16:40Break
16:40-18:40Session 4

EMA Observer: TBA

Referee: Morten Andersen

Competitors

  1. DK 03000022 - Henrik Leth
  2. DK 03000149 - Isabel Bahiano Steenholm
  3. DK 03000140 - Shi Hua Chen
  4. DK 03000049 - Freddy Christiansen
  5. DK 03000123 - Kim Iversen
  6. DK 03000148 - Frank Rostved
  7. DK 03000142 - Mikkel Askjær-Friis
  8. DK 03000192 - Sebastian Lavallée
  9. DK 03000126 - Lars Therkelsen
  10. DK 03000118 - Camilla Bonde Dalsgaard
  11. DK 03000169 - Eivind Bengtsson
  12. DK 03000180 - Michel Mandix
  13. DK 03000176 - Jesper Nøhr
  14. DK 03000095 - Sune Thomsen
  15. DK 03000025 - Brian Krog
  16. SE 09990047 - Jasper Germeys

Staying in Copenhagen

  • Steel House Copenhagen. New, fancy hostel centrally in Copenhagen.
  • A&O Copenhagen Nørrebro. New, low priced and only 1 km from the venue.
  • Wake Up Copenhagen. New and low priced. Close to Dybbølsbro S-train station and the Central station.
  • Hotel Nebo. Cheap and central, just by the central station (which is 13 minutes train ride from CPH airport). Note, there's no Metro stop at the Central station, only ordinary trains.
  • Omena Hotel. Cheap and central, just by the central station (which is 13 minutes train ride from CPH airport). Note, there's no Metro stop at the Central station, only ordinary trains.
  • Danhostel. Cheap and basic.
  • More hotels can be found on Wonderful Copenhagen.

Local transportation in Copenhagen:

  • From Nørreport station you can take:
    • Bus 42 (towards Ballerup) which stops at Haraldsgade/Lersø Parkalle right by the venue.
    • Bus 150S (towards Kokkedal) which stops at Lyngbyvej/Haraldsgade 300 m from the venue. You can take Bus 4A the last 300 m to the venue.
    • Bus 184 (towards Holte), which stops at Lyngbyvej/Haraldsgade 300 m from the venue. You can take Bus 4A the last 300 m to the venue.
  • Take S-train A, B or C northbound from the Central Station (or from Nørreport or Vesterport or Østerport or Dybbølsbro) to Svanemøllen station. From Svanemøllen take Bus 4A which stops at Haraldsgade/Lersø Parkalle right by the venue.
    Map of S-train lines .
  • Take S-train A (towards Farum) from the Central Station (or from Nørreport or Vesterport or Østerport or Dybbølsbro) to Ryparken Station From Ryparken you have to walk 1 km to the venue.
Use Journey planner to find an appropriate connection. I used it to find the above.

Tickets
You can buy single-ride tickets on train platforms or from the bus driver. The same tickets are valid in both Metro, busses and trains, and as long as you stay within the time limit you can change between these. These are fairly expensive: DKK 24 in the city, DKK 36 between airport and city. The old "klippekort" multiride tickets are no longer available.

A cheaper option may be to buy a Rejsekort Anonymous. This type of travel card does not require an address or any personal details. The card costs DKK 80 (the card price is non-refundable). Please note that you must expect to add DKK 170 to the balance to cover the cost of travel. You can buy Rejsekort Anonymous at the rejsekort vending machines placed at every metro station, at Copenhagen Airport and at Copenhagen Central Station.
More info on Rejsekort ("Travel Card") and how to use it.

Opdateret 2018-02-15
Tina Christensen