Saturday December 12, 2009
The Hague, The Netherlands
9:00 - 17:30 (Venue open around 8:45am)
OrganisationThe Hague Open 2009 is organised by Ton Dennenbroek,Rama Temmink and Maria Oey. The venue is provided by PGL.
During the championship the official WCA regulations will be applied.
Results of the championship will be added to the official WCA World Rankings
Before the competition starts all competitors can practice on the official timing equipment: the Stackmat timer.
All puzzle brands may be used during the competition, as long as the puzzles comply to the WCA regulations.
All competitors must be available for scrambling and judging. The scrambling and judging will be done in groups per event.
News updates on The Hague Open 2009 will follow in separate e-mails to registered competitors.
If you have any questions, feel free to contact organiser Ton Dennenbroek.
RegistrationThe Hague Open 2009 is only open to registered competitors and guests. So all competitors and guests must be registered!
We have a maximum of 45 competitors, so make sure you register early.
Up to two guests per competitor is reasonable.
Please use the online registration form for registration.
Registration closes on December 10, 2009 AND when we reach 45 competitors.
Entrance fee is 3.00 euro per person (competitors). The entrance fee includes coffee and tea and some drinks.
Entrance fee for guests is 1.00 euro.
All fees are paid in cash during on-site registration.
Events3x3x3, 4x4x4, 5x5x5, 3x3x3 one-handed, 3x3x3 Blindfold and clock.
Rubik's™ cube is a trade mark of Seven Towns
Provisional time schedule
PrizesAll top 3 finishers receive a signed certificate.
CompetitorsThe following competitors are currently registered for The Hague Open 2009.