Starting at Noon/Sportspark 250 Main Street

October 12th, Free: Youth Center Hosts First USCF Rated Tournament

October 12th, Free: Youth Center Hosts First USCF Rated Tournament

The Roosevelt Island Youth Center hosts its first USCF rated tournament, in partnership with the NYPL Branch Library, Saturday, October 12th at 1:00. Free.

Location: Sportspark, 250 Main Street.

Open to children ages 6-17. 

Format: Swiss system tournament of 3 rounds. Timed games with 25 minutes and a 5-second delay.

Sections:

  • Unrated Non-USCF Member
  • Under 700 USCF Member
  • Under 1300 USCF Member

United States Chess Federation (USCF) rated tournament for Under 700 and Under 1300 players.

If you are a member of the USCF please include your USCF ID in the registration form.

All players will receive a medal for participating and the top three players at each level will receive trophies.

Click the link to register your child: https://tinyurl.com/y3bnd9rf

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