If you use the multiplayer registration below, you must enter in the quantity field the same number as the number players you are registering. If the quantity does not match the number of players on your list, we will register only the number of players paid for, beginning with the first player on your list.
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SwissSys: 4 rounds
Time Controls: G45; 0d
Divisions (Please note this is a scholastic tournament. There are no adult sections for this tournament.):
Non USCF Divisions: Kindergarten-1st Grade, 2nd and 3rd Grade, 4th Grade to 7th Grade, 8th Grade to 12th Grade
USCF Divisions: U600, U900, U1100, U1400, Open
8 - 8:30 a.m. Player Check in
8:30 - 9 a.m. Player Meeting
Round times (approximate) 9a, 10:45a, 12:30p, 2:15p
Trophy Ceremony (approximate) 4:00 - 4:30 p
Trophies for top 5 in each division.
NOTE: There will be no Saturday morning registrations. Registration after 9 p.m. Thursday evening will be $25 until 5 p.m. on Friday night.
We will post updates for tournament registrations starting two weeks before the tournament. The last update will be on the Thursday prior to the tournament date.
You will find the link for preregistered players here
Be sure to check to see if you are registered and if you need to do anything before you arrive on the day of the tournament. (i.e. renew your USCF membership).
You can send us an email to correct any errors you may find with your registration: email@example.com or call 303-880-4332.
PLEASE NOTE: USCF MEMBERS WHOSE MEMBERSHIPS HAVE LAPSED WILL RECEIVE A FIRST ROUND 0 (ZERO) POINT BYE AND WILL BE REQUIRED TO RENEW THEIR MEMBERSHIP DURING THE FIRST ROUND. FAILURE TO RENEW THE MEMBERSHIP WILL RESULT IN A SECOND ROUND 0 (ZERO) POINT BYE AND SO FORTH UNTIL MEMBERSHIP IS RENEWED.
YOU CAN RENEW YOUR USCF MEMBERSHIP HERE.
Tom has organized or directed over 150 chess tournaments since 2003. He has worked with the United States Chess Federation as the Volunteer Coordinator or as a tournament director for 30 National Scholastic tournaments.