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Format: rounds, time control, affects reg/quick/blitz
If G/30 or G/45: Dual rated (affects both regular and quick). Published regular rating is used for pairings purposes.
Sections: section, section, section. Must be within 100 points to play up to Premier (+$10)
Trophy section? For first-place ties, winner is determined by a blitz tiebreak round. Mathematical tiebreaks to determine all others. To learn more about these tiebreak systems, click here.
Byes: One half-point bye available in any round. Last-round byes must be requested prior to the start of the tournament. All others: must request before round three is paired. What's a bye?
9 to 9:30 Onsite registration Registration has closed.
10:00 Round one
Lunch break after round one
12:30 Round two
Rounds three and four will begin ASAP following the previous round.
Titled players: free entry. (EF will be deducted from prize.) Just send an email with your name and US Chess ID number.
All others, $25 EF by August 24. $20 for seniors (65+), full-time college students with ID, and siblings under 18 (when two or more siblings are being registered). Discounted entries must be received by the Thursday before the event.
How to register:
Online using the link below (recommended)
On tournament day between 9 and 9:30 a.m. Anyone registering after 9:30 will receive a half-point bye in the first round.
Seniors may register by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org or calling (405) 642-6136.
Bring your own board and clock. New players: Boards and pieces must meet US Chess equipment standards. Read more
Questions? (405) 642-6136 or email@example.com.