March Tournament Schedule!

Image result for calendar clipart1. Wednesdays, March 6, 13, 20, and 27 starts at 7:30PM

Wednesday Knights: One USCF-rated game per day.

To register, email us at chesspalace2000(@) and pay on site.

The Details: All players will be in one section paired using the Swiss-pairing system. Time control for each player, for each round, is 30 moves/90 minutes + sudden death 30 minutes ( 5-second delay starting move one).

Entry fee for the tournament is $27/month for regular attendee ($30 for non-members +$5 for first time club player). Yearly members get more discount!

Also welcome to play for one or couple of rounds. Please email us at chesspalace2000 (@) or text to 310-594-3475 for more information. (subject: To play on Wednesday night)

2. Saturdays, March 2, 9, 16, 23, and 30, 1st round starts at 11:30AM

Saturday Open: Three USCF-rated game per day, every Saturday

To register, email us at chesspalace2000(@) or come early to register onsite. Please arrive at 11 AM for first-time players.

The Details: Three-round USCF-rated chess tournament Round 1 starting at 11:30 AM. Players will be grouped based on ratings. 30 moves/90 minut​es then sudden death 30 minutes, with 5-second delay.

Entry fee is $27 for regular attendee ($30 for non-members + $5 for first-time club player). Yearly members pay less. Inquire onsite.

Registration on-site only or call 310-594-3475 if expected to be late.

3. Sunday, March 31.

Scholastic Tournament: Open to all grades Kindergarten to 12th grade. Practice and play USCF rated games.

The Details: Four sections

  1. K-12th grade Open rating 1200 and above(3 rounds)
  2. K-12th grade rated Under 1200 (4 rounds)
  3. K-6th grade rated under 600 (4 rounds)
  4. K-6th grade U400 (4 rounds)

Rounds 1 starts 11:30 AM with awards estimated at around 4:30 pm.

Time control: Game 60 minutes in K-12th Open section, and Game 30 minutes in all other sections.

Entry Fee: $35 ($40 onsite)  Pre-register online to save!

Lunch is available for an additional $5 (pizza, chips, and juice).

Eventbrite - ChessPalace Scholastic Chess Tournament - March



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