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 email@example.com for more information.
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.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Medieval chess riot by Renaut de Montauban (circa 1462-70) “Partie d’échecs dégénérant en assassinat”
Join the Independence Public Library Chess Club’s Third Annual Hops Chess Fiesta Chess Tournament.
This *FREE* tournament is a qualifier for the OSCF State Championship.
FREE catered Mexican food lunch for all players and families, donated by San Antonio Restaurant.
100% Pre-Registered Event. No on-site registrations accepted. REGISTER ONLINE HERE.
Entry deadline is 11:59 pm PST, Thursday, 3/1/18. No extensions will be given.
Ash Creek Elementary
1360 16th St.
Monmouth, Oregon 97361
(1 hour, 20 minute drive from Portland metro area)
Contact: Nancy Albritton
Open to all levels of chess players, young to the young-at -heart! A Sunday afternoon, NWSRS-rated chess tournament. If players are not ranked, they will be grouped based upon ability. Tuesday afternoon, February 13 at 4pm. (Check-in begins at 3:30 pm) at Roosevelt Elementary School, 1125 North Eldorado Ave.
$10 per player if registered by Monday, February 12 at 5 pm. Cost is $15 is registered after this date/time.
Register with Holly Stork: Phone 541-281-4577 or by email: email@example.com. (Name, Grade, school, and contact information of email and phone number are required)
Don’t miss out on a fun filled day of playing chess at the Lincoln Chess Tournament on Saturday February 3, 2018 at Lincoln High School. This is a K-12 chess tournament and is a 2018 OSCF qualifier tournament.
Registration closes midnight January 31.
Portland Area League High School Team Chess is starting this week and NEEDS YOU!!
There are several teams competing in the Portland Area League High School Team Chess Competition that are looking for 1-2 players to fill their roster. If you are a High School or Middle School chess player interested in trying team competition, and your school doesn’t have a team, let us know, and we will hook you up with a team!
How is Team Chess different? First of all, it’s a lot of fun! (Not that individual chess isn’t…) You play on a team of 5, your team’s 5 players against another school’s 5 players, in order of rating. If your team wins 3 or more of their 5 games, your team wins! Great camaraderie while improving your own game. Play once a week, at Lincoln High School, G60d5 from 4-6 PM from now until the end of February, culminating in a party of fun blitz games and a pizza party. NWSRS rated and participation counts as one OSCF qualifier!
Contact Ed Addis at firstname.lastname@example.org or April Lutz at email@example.com with your name, grade, school and NWSRS rating, if known, and we’ll place you on a team.
International Master John Donaldson will give a one hour lecture on his recent experience at the 2016 Baku Olympiad from 6:00-7:00 PM, and following that he will play up to 30 simultaneous games.
REGISTER HERE FOR THE SIMUL. Sign up soon before all the boards are accounted for!
To help support the chess club, please consider donating at the door.
Friday, November 17th
Room 107 (Miller Room), Erb Memorial Union
Lecture: 6:00-7:00 PM
Simul: 7:00-10:00 PM
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Ed Addis is at it again…join him over the summer for a series of free chess tournaments! The next one is the Midway Open.
Saturday, July 29
Time: 10 am to 4 pm
Type: 4 Round Swiss. G/25 d5. OSCF State Qualifiers. Please bring boards, sets, and clocks.
: FREE! Register on-site from 10AM – 10:15 PM
. I will need the following information for registration: Your Name, the school you attended, your grade in school (I actually need what grade you were just in, not the one you will be going to in September), and a contact method (phone/e-mail). You may pre-register by sending an e-mail with the above information to “email@example.com
“. If you pre-register you must still check in by 10:15 AM. Those who pre-register get precedence over walk-ins should there be a lack of equipment.
Prizes: Chess book to top three winners. Tie Breaker: Cumulative, average opposition.
Equipment: Bring a chess set, board, and chess clock if you have them as none will be supplied. Also bring a pen/pencil and scoresheets to record the moves of your games.
Location: Midway Library. 805 SE 122nd Ave, Portland OR 97233.
Emerald City Chess Club Presents the 2017 Winter Open on January 28th from 10 AM – 6 PM at the Erb Memorial Union: Room 023 at the University of Oregon.This tournament is open to anyone, regardless of age, ability or experience! All sections are OSCF State Championship Qualifiers.
Registration: Pre-register by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and section you would like to register for. If you are a K-12 student, please list your grade and school as well.
Entry fees: Preregistered: $25 for the USCF Section and $20 for the Northwest Sections if pre-registered by January 26th. Entry fees will increase $10 if not pre-registered by that date. Entry fees will be paid at the door.