Registration deadline for Lincoln K-12 Chess Tournament is fast approaching. Register now to get early discount price. Do you want to know who is already registered? Click here.
The upcoming Lincoln High K-12 Chess Tournament registration deadline is only less than a week away. To get the early registration discount price, be sure to register before December 4th, 2013. Also this is a 100% pre-registered tournament, there will be no on-site registration. On-line registration must complete by Dec 4th to get early discount price of $25 per player, and on Dec 5th for late registration fee of $35 per player.
More details, as well as registration links, follow after the break…
Don’t miss out on a fun filled day of playing chess at the Lincoln High Chess Tournament on Saturday December 7th, 2013 at Lincoln High School. This is a K-12 chess tournament and is an OSCF qualifier tournament. Registration deadline is fast approaching. Early registration deadline is midnight on Wednesday, December 4th. Late registration will be available on December 5th. Register early by Dec 4th to avoid late registration fee.
Many prizes will be awarded. Cash prizes will be awarded in the Elite section. In the Advanced, Intermediate and Novice sections, trophies will be awarded to the top 3 individual players and medals will be awarded to plus scorers for each section. Team trophies will be awarded to the first and second place for each section. Click the “Online Registration” link to the left of the oscf.org website to register for this tournament or click the direct link below to register.
To get more detailed information about this tournament, go to oscf.org website, then click “Upcoming Events” link on the left of the page, then go to NWSRS Event Calendar link, and go to December 7th 2013 calendar, click “Lincoln High Tournament” link. Or you can click the direct link below for more information.
If you have any questions on registration or want more information on this tournament, please call (503)264-6662 or email email@example.com.
It wasn’t the usual tournament space.
When 93 players arrived at the first annual KFE tournament in Tigard on Veterans Day, they found a church in the process of being converted to a community center. They found a new food pantry (and donated 425 pounds of food to its stores). And they found the beginnings of a new tradition.
KFE stands for Kris Field-Eaton, who has been a part of the chess community for many years and helped to found many chess clubs in Sherwood and Tigard. It also stands for “Kindness Feeding Everyone,” and the proceeds from the tournament added up to a donation of $1709 for the community center/food pantry.
Players competed fiercely in each of the five sections. It was the first OSCF tournament for many players from Sherwood, and they found the welcome from veteran OSCF players (and the acquisition of a rating) very exciting. Veteran TD Mike Decker, with help from Richard Crockett of Chess for Success, kept the action in the chess room running smoothly. And in the end there were trophies, medals, and the promise that next year (when the skittles room and the chess room will be swapped, with more room for everyone) will be even better. [Submitted by Penny Harper.]
Silver Knight Chess Club Quads
Sunday, November 24, 2013 | 2:00pm – 5:30pm
Format: Players will be divided in 4 player sections (quads) by NWSRS rating.
Schedule: Check-In: 14:00-14:15; play will start at 14:30. Each quad will operate on its own schedule; games will be started as soon as possible. Quads involving younger players are expected to finish well in advance of those involving older, more experienced players. Awards for each section will be made as soon as that section is completed.
Notation: Players are encouraged to notate;
Time Control: G25/5 for time delay clocks; G/30 for analog and non-delay digital clocks. Please bring your clock, if you have one.
Prizes: First place trophy, second place medal, third place medal, 4th place – small chess gift for each section.
Tiebreakers: Ties will be broken in this order: direct encounter, lower starting rating, highest number of games played with black pieces, younger age, coin flip..
Entry fee: $17.00
Eligibility: All scholastic players, K-12. The tournament is limited to the first 12 players (3 quads) who preregister.
Registration: Pre-registration ONLY. See details at Silver Knights Chess Club website http://silverknightschessclub.blogspot.com/
Contact: Andrei Botez
Phone: (503) 995-2888
16144 SE Happy Valley T.C. Drive, H 208
Happy Valley, Oregon 97086 US
It’s official. Aaron Grabinsky has won the 2013 Oregon Junior Closed Championship (OCF) held at Crescent Valley High School in Corvallis on November 16-17. It was the strongest field on record and was the first time that there were no players from the Portland or Salem metropolitan areas. Coquille’s Aaron Grabinsky won with a final score of 4/5 and pushed his rating up to 2166. When Aaron crosses the 2200 mark (later this year?), he’ll become the only current Oregon junior with the National Master title and only the third Oregon scholastic player to do so in over a decade. With two and a half years of high school left, the sky’s the limit for Aaron.
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Congratulations to all the competitors for their accomplishments — not only qualifying for this great event but also for playing with such creativity and energy and for maintaining good cheer and sportsmanship, win-lose-or-draw.
Don’t miss out on a fun filled day of playing chess at the Lincoln High Chess Tournament on Saturday December 7th, 2013 at Lincoln High School. Early registration closes at midnight on Wednesday, December 4th. Late registration will still be available on December 5th.
Cash prizes will be awarded in the Elite section. In the Advanced, Intermediate and Novice sections, there will be individual awards for the top 3 players and Plus scorers as well as first and second place for teams. Bring your chess boards and join us for a fun filled day.
You can register for this tournament through the Online Registration link on the left of this page. You can also find more details on the tournament through Upcoming Events => NWSRS Event Celendar link on the left of this page.