Play some state-qualifying games and have fun at the Corvallis chess Riot! This mini, 3-game, quad-style chess tournament will take place on Sunday, February 10, 2019 and is open to students of all ages and all levels of experience. Registration is only $10, with a refund given to the winner of each quad!
Corvallis High School
(Use SW corner door near football stadium parking lot off 16th Street)
Registration: 12:30 p.m.-12:55 p.m.
Games: 1:00-3:30 p.m.
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.
Contact Phil Schapker with any questions at email@example.com.
2019 OSCF Championship Qualifier – NWSRS rated
Adults and scholastic players invited to play chess at Southwestern Oregon Community College in Coos Bay in Empire Hall in Lakeview G room. Ratings above 1000 will be dual rated NWSRS and USCF. Registration 9:30, play begins at 10. Advanced division time control 25/5. This is a 2019 OSCF Championship qualifier.
Contact: Nancy Keller Daily
Come play in the Carden Cascade Academy Tournament in Hillsboro on February 2. This tournament is open to all K-12 players and is an OSCF State Championship qualifier. For more information, contact Isaac A. Pendergrass at firstname.lastname@example.org
Qualifier for the 2019 OSCF State Championship
Eligibility: All scholastic players, K-12. The tournament is limited to the first 36 players (9 quads) who register.
Entry fee: $20.00
Registration: Register online at the Chess Odyssey website. Registrations are also accepted by phone call or text, or at the door, before 6:30 pm, if space is available. No registrations will be accepted after 6:30 pm.
Contact: Mike Terrill
Phone: (503) 913-9643
More Info: http://chessodyssey.com/Friday-Night-Quads.html
A fun, festive chess tournament for all chess players in grades K-12. This holiday tournament has been designated as a qualifier for the OSCF 2019 State Seaside championship, and will be NWSRS rated. In addition to final awards, prizes will be given after each round. National Master Carl Haessler will be on site to provide FREE game analysis.
REGISTER NOW to play chess on your day off from school!
The Catlin Upper School Chess Club is sponsoring a five-round, Swiss-style chess tournament for all ages and skill levels to promote chess in the Portland area. Pizza, snacks, and drinks will be available for purchase. We will award trophies to the top five finishers in each section, plus-score medals, and participation prizes. Earlybird registration fee is $20 through December 31. Click here to Register Online. For more information, contact Hansen Lian at email@example.com
All ages are welcome to play in the Bethel Chess Quads in Eugene at the Willamette High School Media Center. This is
a 2019 OSCF State Championship qualifier.
Contact: Mike Myers
On January 5-6, the Portland Chess Club is hosting the 3rd Annual Neil Dale Memorial Open. Neil volunteered countless hours to chess, including running hundreds of tournaments over many decades. See more information about Neil here and here. Neil started and ran the Gresham Open on the first weekend in January many times. We now run a tournament on the first weekend in January each year at the PCC in a format similar to the Gresham Open in his honor.
This tournament is a way for advanced scholastic players to get experience with a longer time control and to compete for cash prizes. The tournament is an OSCF Championship qualifier. Due to space at the club facility, the tournament is limited to the first fifty players who register in person at the Portland Chess Club on January 5 from 9 am to 9:45 am. See for more information about the event at pdxchess.org.
Corvallis Fall Open!
K-12 Team Chess Tournament and 2019 OSCF State Championship Qualifier
An NWSRS rated tournament sponsored by the Corvallis High School Spartan Chess Club
Location: Corvallis High School, 1400 NW Buchanan Avenue, Corvallis, OR 97330
Cost: $15 per player
Sections: High School, Middle School and Elementary Sections. Players can play in higher sections based on skill level.
Rules: 5 rounds Swiss pairing. Game in 25 mins. Bring a clock if you have one.
– Trophies for top 3 teams in each section (Team score = sum of top 4 players in a section)
– Medals for top finishers in each section
– Top 3 finishers in each section get a free artistic rendering of one game by artist Beth Markovic (immortalgames.us)
– All participants receive an Immortal Games sticker
Contact: Phil Schapker