Upcoming Tournaments

Click on the links below to register for (or learn more about) these OSCF State Qualifier events:

February 24: Carden Cascade Academy Tournament in Hillsboro

February 24: Magical South Coast Chess Tournament in Coquille

February 24: USCF Southern Oregon Tournament in Medford

March 3: Hops Chess Fiesta in Independence (FREE tournament includes lunch!)

March 10: Titan Tournament in Beaverton

March 10: Emerald City Open in Eugene

March 17: OES Aardvark Tournament in Portland

April 4: Deadline for qualifying for State Championship (Click here to see how to qualify)

April 8: 2018 Oregon State Girls Championship (not a 2018 OSCF State Qualifying event, as it’s past the deadline for qualifying, but it’s a great tournament!)

OSCF State Qualifier Monthly Tournaments:

Portland Chess Club G/60
Once per month, 9:00 am – 6:00 pm at the Portland Chess Club in SW Portland. Open to all USCF members, but almost all participants are rated above 1000 USCF. OSCF qualifier.

OSCF State Qualifier Quads:

*NEW!* Hope Chess Quads on February 19 in Beaverton

*NEW!* Youth to Youth Quads on March 3 in Hillsboro

Chess Odyssey Friday Night Quads in Portland
Fridays, February 23 and March 9 and 23 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. at Sunset Presbyterian Church in Portland.

Silver Knights Chess Club Quads in Portland
Sundays, February 18 and March 4 and 11 from 2:15 to 5:30 pm at Portland Chess Club, 8205 SW 24th Ave, Portland, OR 97219

Sunday March 18 from 12:30 to 5 pm at Willamette High School Media Center
Occasional Sundays from 5:45 pm to 9 pm at 15220 NW Laidlaw Rd #250, Portland, OR 97229.
Corvallis Chess ¡Riot! in Corvallis
Sunday February 25 from noon to 3:30 pm at Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan Ave, Corvallis, OR, 97330

Portland Chess Club Sunday Quads
See the Portland Chess Club site for details. This event is a great way for new players to get introduced to the Portland Chess Club (PCC) and tournament chess as well as for experienced players to battle against similarly rated opponents. It’s also a great way for many up and coming scholastic players to get introduced to the PCC and to transition from playing solely in scholastic tournaments to also playing in open (“adult”) tournaments.

To find a complete listing of OSCF qualifier events and other chess tournaments in the Northwest, see the NWSRS calendar.

If you would like to set up online registration for an event, contact us.  We can help tournament directors set up their own registration page through a Constant Contact account, and we will link to that registration form here.