Event May 19, 2018 at Alfred Noble

Date/Time

Date(s) – 2018/05/19

8:30 am – 4:00 pm

Location

Alfred Nobel Elementary School

4127 W Hirsch St, Chicago, IL 60651

Categories

Results

*Posted after the event

Description

The fourth CCF sponsored free scholastic chess tournament of the year will be held at Luther Burbank Elementary School. All K-8 students enjoy free participation.

Volunteers

In order to keep our tournaments free, we rely heavily on the help of volunteers to provide the best experience for all competitors. Please have your school sign up volunteers in advance by contacting tournaments@chicagolandchess.org.

 

Registration

All coaches and/or parents are asked to pre-register all of their players in advance of the tournament. Once you have registered your roster or child for a CCF tournament, the players will be in our system and will not need to be re-registered for each tournament. If you haven’t yet registered your players and for information on registering for this or any CCF tournament, please contact our Programs Manager, Matthew Kearney at tournaments@chicagolandchess.org. Once you have registered, please help us out with preparations by submitting an estimated count of attendees to Matthew by Thursday, AM

Schedule

Registration:   8:30 – 9:30

Tournament:    10:00 – 3:15

Trophy Presentation:  3:30 (est.)

All players must check-in at the tournament site before 9:30.

Late arrivals will not be paired in the first round.

 

Competition Configuration

5 Sections: Novice K-2, Novice 3-4, Novice 5-6, Novice 7-8, Advanced

Non-rated, no entry fee

Swiss-style, 4 or 5 rounds, USCF standard tiebreaks

G/20 + 5 sec. increment in Advanced section when clocks are available

Notation required in the Advanced section

 

Awards

Individual trophies for the scholastic chess tournament go to the top 7 students in all Novice sections and to the top 6 students in the Advanced section. Team trophies to the top two school/club teams in all sections. Team score calculated by top four scores in Novice sections, top three scores in Advanced.