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If you're new to tournaments, welcome! We have some extra information that will help you get a great start. Look for the  yellow highlights,  follow the links, and be sure to contact us if you have questions. (405) 642-6136 or


NC-17 Open


Saturday, February 10
at the Oklahoma City Chess Club

At the Oklahoma City Chess Club, upstairs in the Kamp's 1910 Café building at 10 NE 10th Street in downtown Oklahoma City.


Must be 18+ to play.
4-SS, G/45 +15
Dual rated (affects both regular and quick). Regular rating used for pairings (February supplement).

New players: Learn how to read tournament formats here.

Sections & prizes*

Open (guaranteed): $200, $175, $150
U1700: $125, $100, $75
U1100: $100, $75, $50

*Open prizes guaranteed. All others: estimates are based on 50 full-price entries.



Late registration from 9 to 9:30. Players who register after 9:30 will receive a half-point bye in the first round.

10:00 round one
12:30 round two
2:30 round three
4:30 round four



Use the link below to register online (recommended) or register onsite* from 9 to 9:30.


*If the tournament has not reached capacity. Since space is limited, we encourage you to register in advance.


Titled players: free entry. (EF will be deducted from prize.) Just send an email with your name and US Chess ID number. All others: $30 EF by February 8; $40 after. Seniors* (65+) and full-time college students who register by Feb. 8: $25. 


*Seniors who wish to pay EF in cash can still receive the full discount — just be sure to email us by Feb 8.


Byes: One half-point bye available in any round. Last-round byes must be requested before the start of the tournament. All others: must request before round three is paired. New players: read more about byes.

Current US Chess membership required. Check your expiration date here and email us if you need to join or renew. New players: learn more about your US Chess membership options.

Bring your own clock. Sets provided.

Need equipment? We recommend Wholesale Chess.  Shop clocks  Shop sets


Questions? (405) 642-6136 or

Registration for this event has closed.

Hosted by the Oklahoma City Chess Club and Kamp's 1910 Café.

Help us thank Kamp's—and do yourself a big favor—and plan to eat breakfast or lunch in the café. The food is delicious, the prices are reasonable, and the management has been supporting chess in Oklahoma City for more years than most of us can remember. 

A City Chess OK event.

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