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Tri-State Scholastic Spring Open — April 11th, 2015

A USCF event presented by
The Delaware Youth Chess Organization

Who?   All K-12 Chess Players – New & Experienced

What?   USCF 5 rounds Game 30/ d 5

Sections:     U600 / K-4  & Unrated
.                        U1000 / K-8
.                        OPEN / K-12

Registration fee:   $20 by April 7th, $25 later

Byes:   1/2 point byes requested by end of round 2

Round times:   10:00,   11:15,   1:00,   2:15,   3:30

Trophies:     Top 5 in each section
.                         Top 2 Teams/Clubs in each section
.                         Awards Ceremony at 5:00 pm

Questions:   
.                          Michelle Pergeorelis  (302) 438-4467

Registration Form:
.                         2015 Tri-State Scholastic Spring Open Registration
.                         Or register online.

2015 Tri-State Scholastic Winter Open — JAN 24, 2015 – The Results Are In.

The Delaware Youth Chess Organization held its second tournament January 24th, 2015. The impending storm gave way, and 70 students came from 16 teams across Delaware, Pennsylvania and Maryland to compete. Children from Kindergarten to 12th grade thought long and hard through 4 rounds while their parents waited nervously and lounged leisurely. Coaches and volunteers went over the students notated games and discussed strategies. Other volunteers sold water, snacks and lunch to the chess players and their families. Below is a picture of most of the participants. DYCO would like to say congratulations to all of the players for wonderful sportsmanship and thank you to all of the volunteers who came out to support our mission and these wonderful kids.

2015 Tri-State Scholastic Winter Chess Open Standings

2015 Tri-State Winter Open 1-24-15

Most of the 70 participants

Henry vs. Dean

Henry vs. Dean

Round 4 at the 2015 Tri-State Scholastic Winter Open.

Round 4 at the 2015 Tri-State Scholastic Winter Open.

USCF Results

 

SCHOLASTIC CHESS TOURNAMENT — Nov 15, 2014

A USCF event presented by
The Delaware Youth Chess Organization

Who?   All K-12 Chess Players – New & Experienced

What?   USCF 5 rounds Game 30/ d 5

Sections:     K-6 / U600
.                        K-8/ U1000
.                        K-12/ OPEN

Registration fee:   $15 – USCF registration required

Byes:   1/2 point byes requested by end of round 2

Round times:   10:00,   11:15,   1:00,   2:15,   3:30

Trophies:     Top 5 in each section
.                         Top 2 Teams/Clubs in each section
.                         Awards Ceremony at 5:00 pm

Questions:   ScholasticChessDe@gmail.com
.                          Michelle Pergeorelis  (302) 438-4467

Registration Form:
.                         Tri-State Scholastic Fall Open Registration Form 2014

USCF Cross Tables can be found here: http://www.uschess.org/msa/XtblMain.php?201411157492

For High School Players grade 9-12 – Let us know you play!

GM Arnold Denker Tournament of High School Champions

Rules: https://www.uschess.org/content/view/7867/131/

When:  July 26- July 29 2014

Where:  Rosen Centre Hotel

9840 International Dr.

Orlando, FL 32819

Time Control:  G90 w/ 30sec. increments per turn

Eligibility

  • Each state (States defined per USCF include Washington, DC and Northern & Southern California) shall be allowed one Representative as determined by their USCF State Affiliate.
  • The DSCA awards this state title to the highest rated scholastic (9-12) player who
    • Resides in Delaware, and
    • Actively participates in USCF rated events sponsored by DSCA or other Delaware entities.
    • Actively participating means within the last 12 months

For Scholastic Chess Players K-8 — Let us know you play!

The Dewain Barber Tournament of K–8 Champions

 Rules: https://www.uschess.org/content/view/11560/131/

When:  July 26- July 29 2014

Where:  Rosen Centre Hotel

9840 International Dr.

Orlando, FL 32819

Time Control:  G90 w/ 30sec. increments per turn

Eligibility

  • Each state (States defined per USCF include Washington, DC and Northern & Southern California) shall be allowed one Representative as determined by their USCF State Affiliate.
  • The DSCA awards this state title to the highest rated scholastic (K-8) player who
    • Resides in Delaware, and
    • Actively participates in USCF rated events sponsored by DSCA or other Delaware entities.
    • Actively participating means within the last 12 months

For Girls K-12…. Let us know you play

National Girls Invitational Tournament (K-12)

 Rules: https://www.uschess.org/content/view/12176/131/

When:  July 26- July 29 2014

Where:  Rosen Centre Hotel

9840 International Dr.

Orlando, FL 32819

Time Control:  G90 w/ 30sec. increments per turn

Eligibility

  • Each state (States defined per USCF include Washington, DC and Northern & Southern California) shall be allowed one Representative as determined by their USCF State Affiliate.
  • The DSCA awards this state title to the highest rated scholastic (K-12) female player who
    • Resides in Delaware and
    • Actively participates in USCF rated events sponsored by DSCA or other Delaware entities.
    • Actively participating means within the last 12 months

Knights of Columbus 2014 Youth Tourney

Knights of Columbus 2014: K-3 (standings)

Place

Name

Points

Team

1

Chad D

4.5

St. John the Beloved

2

Dylan S

4

St. John the Beloved

3

Mason N

4

St. John the Beloved

4

Kosisonna U

3.5

Holy Cross

5

Koby O

3.5

Holy Cross

Hon Mention

Nate S

3.5

St. John the Beloved

Knights of Columbus 2014: K-6 (standings)

Place

Name

Points

Team

1

Jack R

5

St. John the Beloved

2

Rushil D

4

Holy Cross

3

Mikul D

4

Holy Cross

4

Ryan G

4

St. John the Beloved

5

Jacob N

4

St. John the Beloved

Knights of Columbus 2014: K-8 (standings)

Place

Name

Points

Team

1

Tommy H.

5

All Saints

2

Christopher C

4

St. John the Beloved

3

Bryce C

3

St. Margaret of Scotland

4

William S

3

St. John the Beloved

5

Frank D

3

St. Edmond’s

Scholastic Chess Delaware needs your help!

If your school or library has a chess team, tell us about it!

If you want your school to have a chess team, tell them and us about it.

If you are a scholastic player and played in a tournament, tell us about it!

·         Send us pictures

·         Send us one of your notated games (with your annotation too)

Tell us about upcoming scholastic tournaments

 

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