Six-Rated-Games-In-One-Day #68

Finn Chess Club @ Shelly Studio of Bridge and Games

Event Overview

6 - Round Standard-USCF-Rated Swiss

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Sunday, 11/28/2021

Rounds Begin: 10, 11, 12, 1, 2, 3. Event ends around 4:30 p.m.

Registration 9:35 - 9:55 - Sign-Up Sheets At Entrance

One Section: Open To All.

(Note: Some pairings may be adjusted for competitive matches and opportunity to gain rating points.)

Time Control: G/25, d5 (Standard-Rated Action Chess!)

Prizes: Perfect 6-0 score wins $120. If there is no winner, then $20 moves to the next tournament's prize fund.

Entry Fee: FREE.

Late-Entries Welcome - Show up before any round begins, and you'll be paired.

Free Bottled Water/Snacks

Boards/Sets/Clocks/Scoresheets/Pens Provided - No Equipment Needed.

Only requirement: must be CURRENT USCF member. All games USCF rated. You can join/re-new at club if needed.

The most efficient way to gain rating points is Action Chess. Why play a six-hour game when you can play a one-hour game for the same rating points? With modern computer analysis, chess growth happens away from the board, reviewing played games. SIX COMPLETE GAMES in the same time of one traditional tournament game means six times the learning opportunity and six times the potential rating point gain - all in one afternoon.

Action Chess is the most competitive and most fun form of standard-rated chess! If you're trying to become an Expert, Master, or scholastic player trying to move up the age lists, Action Chess is your best way to achieve your goals.

Masks and vaccines optional.

Address:

6 British American Blvd
Suite D
Latham, NY 12110
United States

Sections:
Grand Prix Points:
Prize Fund: $120
FIDE Rated: No
Handicap Accessible: No
Residency Restriction: No
Online Event: No

Organizer Overview

Finn Chess Tournaments
Email: finnchessclub@gmail.com
Phone: 518-608-0002
Website:

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