Emerald City Chess Club Presents: 2017 Fall Open, October 21, 10 AM – 8 PM at
Erb Memorial Union: Crater Lake Rooms, University of Oregon, 1228 University St, Eugene, OR
This tournament is open to anyone, regardless of age, ability, or experience! Register by going to uoregon.orgsync.com/org/eccc/Tournaments and filling out the registration form.
Entry fees: $25 for the Emerald and Turquoise Sections and $20 for the Sapphire and Topaz Sections if registered by October 18th.
Entry fees will increase $10 if not registered by that date. Entry fees will be paid at the door. Registration, check-in, and entry fee payment from 9:00 AM-9:50 AM. More information can be found under the Tournaments section of the Emerald City Chess Club website.
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Please join us for the first Hayhurst Halloween K-12 Chess Tournament! This event is open to individuals of all abilities and is a great first tournament for beginning chess players. This toournament NWSRS Rated and is a qualifier for the 2018 OSCF State Championship.
Get your Halloween gear on! Special prizes for best costumes! REGISTER HERE NOW!
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This OSCF Qualifier tournament is a benefit for the food pantry at Bethlehem House of Bread, a local community center that provides food, community garden, school supplies, and a clothing closet for hundreds of families every year. Please help out the BHOB Food Pantry by bringing toilet tissue and/or nonperishable food items. All proceeds from snacks and pizza concessions will go directly to BHOB. This tournament honors chess queen Kris Field-Eaton (KFE), a long-time leader for chess in the Sherwood school district.
Concessions, coffee shop open. Sorry, no on-site registration this year.
FIDE World Chess Federation Master CHUCK SCHULIEN will play multiple players simultaneously in the skittles room in the afternoon! Chuck is a favorite local coach and player, come play him or watch the fun.
REGISTER ONLINE HERE. For more information, KFE Chess Tournament flyer. For questions, contact Paula Brown by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org . Include the chess player’s name, grade, school, and NWSRS rating (if known).
The Oregon Chess Federation, Oregon’s primary U.S. Chess Federation affiliate, hosts the Oregon Junior Closed Championship each year. The top six junior players in the state are invited to participate in a 5-round round robin event at the end of the year, with the winning player invited to the Oregon Closed Championship in early 2017 (as long as they meet certain rating requirements). For more information, see the OCF bylaws here.
Historically, the six invitations to the Junior Closed are extended to (1) chess players under the age of 19 as of the date of the tournament, (2) who have played at least 15 USCF rated games over the last year (so 10/01/2016 to 10/01/2017), and (3) are based on the highest post-tournament rating during that period, averaged with the player’s October 2017 rating (as published in the USCF October).
This year the tournament will be triple rated: NW Scholastic – US Chess and FIDE.
I will email the invitations after October 1st.
Oregon Chess Federation Scholastic Coordinator
The 10th Annual Oregon All-Stars Invitational tournament will be held on Friday, October 13 (a statewide inservice day — but check your district to be sure!). Once again, we’re set to take over the State Capitol for a great day of chess and prizes for all the invitees. This is an invitation-only event — see if you’re on the invitation list by checking the master list here, and if you are invited we hope you will come. Details and rules can be found in this document.
REGISTER HERE Registration closes tonight (October 10) at midnight. We hope you can make it!