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Calling all female K-6 chess players! MCCL is hosting an All Girls K-6 Quad Tournament in February.
Event details: Please join us Saturday, February 9th, 2019 at 8:45 a.m. for 3 rounds of USCF* dual rated games in 25 minute 5 second time controls in quad sections.
Memberships: USCF membership is required.
Registration Fee: $20 for MCCL members; $25 non-members
Tournament Date: Saturday, February 9th
Location: Horizon Elementary, 7855 Old Madison Pike, Madison, AL 35758
Online Registration: Use the link below to register. Note there will be no onsite registration. Registration will close at 10 PM on Thursday, February 7th or until the tournament is full. Registration limited to the first 40 competitors.
Sections: Players will be paired in quads, starting with our 4 highest registered players based on their LIVE USCF rating and continuing down to the lowest rated players.
3 rounds, G/25, D5
Approximate round times:
8:45 AM - Arrive, check in and warm-up
9:00 AM - First Round
10:00 AM - Second Round
11:00 AM - Third Round
12:00 PM - Awards (1st place winner in the top quad will receive a free one-year subscription to Chessable.com)
What is a Quad?
Quad chess tournaments involve a group of four chess players of similar abilities playing individual games of chess against each of the other three players. Every player competes in a total of three games, and the player that wins the most games is named the overall winner. The set of four chess players is referred to as a Quad.
Female chess team players in middle and high school are invited to volunteer as coaches, floor and back-room tournament directors, and assist in setting up and cleaning up after the tournament. Contact email@example.com if you would like to volunteer.
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The United States Chess Federation rules require all competitors in rated sections to record their moves as they play. All tournaments conducted by MCCL enforce all USCF rules.If you are not familiar with how to record, read these articles (part 1 and part 2) and watch this video.