Rebecca Holt

USCF Southern Oregon Tournament in Medford on May 12

Come play in a USCF rated Southern tournament in Medford on Saturday May 12.

This is a OSCF State Championship qualifier…

Entry Fee: $25 if received in advance; $35 if registered on site (must register at least 10 minutes prior to round 1)
Prizes: 1st: $50-$100 and 2d $25-$75; under 1800 $25-$50 (prize winnings based on the number of players)
Schedule and Time Control: 3 Rounds/Game in 60 (5 second delay) 9:30am12pm2:30pm
Please bring your own clock and board.

Tournament Location: Diamond Medical Maintenance, 1020 Knutson, Medford, Oregon

Registration: US Chess Membership Required

Send entrance fees, USCF ID, rating, full name to: Ed Battistella PO Box 1081, Ashland, OR 97520

For more information contact Ed Battistella at 541-552-0743 and edbattistella@gmail.com

New Chess Club in Hillsboro meets May 6

A new *free* chess club has just started in Hillsboro, meeting at the Brookwood public library.  The club is open to players of all ages.  There will be a mix of activities from instruction, to free play, to game analysis and we hope to eventually start hosting regular (every month or so) rated quads.  For more information, contact Bill Barrese at bllbrrs2020@yahoo.com

Next club meeting:
May 6: Brookwood Public Library, Conference room B, 1-4 p.m.

13th OSCF State Championship Results and Ratings are posted!

Thanks to everyone who attended the 13th Annual OSCF State Chess Championship last weekend, and a particular thanks to all the volunteers — parents and coaches of players, as well as last year’s OSCF Board, who helped make the event a great success.

In the end, we had 338 players participate in the main event (38 Primary, 137 Elementary, 102 Middle School, and 61 high School). On Friday evening, we had 128 players in the blitz tournament, and 182 players (91 teams) playing bughouse.  We had 26 players in our Friends and Family tournament.

Tournament Results are In!

See Tournament/NWSRS Rating Results here.

See Tournament/USCF Rating Results here.

We look forward to seeing you at next year’s 14th OSCF State Championship on April 12-13, 2019!

 

 

Spring into Chess Tournament on April 21 in Klamath Falls

Hosted by the New Horizon Chess Club

This event is open to any age and will be NWSRA rated. Chess piece keychains will be given to all participants & trophies will be awarded.

Cost:  $10.00 for pre-registered players in K-Adult age groups.  A fee of $15.00 will be charged at the door for any late registrations. Fees can be paid the day of the tournament.

Early registration is due by Friday, April 20, 2018 by 5:00pm.

Please send player name, grade, school and contact information for the player or parent (phone number & e-mail address) to:
Tournament Director:
Ciara Dykstra: cecedee224@gmail.com    Phone #541-331-5220
Tournament Host:  Trisha Roninger   trisha.roninger@gmail.com

Lucky Leprechaun Tournament in Klamath Falls on March 18

The Mills Elementary Chess Club invites you to the Lucky Leprechaun Tournament, an OSCF State qualifier!

leprechaunEarly registration is due by Saturday, March 17, 2018 by 5:00pm.

To register, send player name, grade, school and contact information for the player or parent (phone number & e-mail address) to Tournament Directors:

Ciara Dykstra: cecedee224@gmail.com          Phone: 541-891-6486
Devin Landrum: slithers33@hotmail.com          Phone: 541-891-2908

2018 Eugene Open on March 10

Emerald City Chess Club Presents:  2018 Eugene Open, March 10, 9 AM – 7 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 March 8.
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 8:00 AM-8:50 AM. More information can be found under the Tournaments section of the Emerald City Chess Club website.

Contact us at uochess@uoregon.edu for more information.

Titan Tournament on March 10 in Beaverton

Calling all K-12 grade fans of the royal game of CHESS! Seasoned veterans and absolute beginners alike are invited to participate in the Titan Tournament, March 10. This is a Qualifying Tournament for the 2018 OSCF State Championship.

Early bird by March 4, $20 per player, $25 regular. Register by 9pm, Thursday, March 8.  Sorry, no on-site registration.

Snack shop on-site will be open all day. Snacks, drinks and pizza will be available for pre-purchase online, or cash purchase on site for select items.

First, Second and Third place trophies will be given in each section along with plus score medals, All-tournament Sportsmanship trophies, and team trophies (top 4 player scores). Computer determines tiebreaks.

REGISTER NOW!

 

¡Chess Riot! in Corvallis on Feb. 25

Corvallis ¡Chess Riot! –A mini 3-game, quad-style chess tournament on Sunday, February 25.

2018 OSCF Championship Qualifier – NWSRS rated

Corvallis High School
12:00 – 3:30 PM
$10.  All ages.  All levels of experience.

Cash prizes!  Winner of each quad gets their money back and free entry to next quad.

G25 youth, G25-40 for adults by mutual agreement of the quad.  Clocks provided.
Notation required for players rated 900+

RSVP by December 2 to phil.schapker@gmail.com

Medieval chess riot by Renaut de Montauban (circa 1462-70) “Partie d’échecs dégénérant en assassinat”