Dayton Chess Club: Located at 18 W. 5th Street
in beautiful Downtown Dayton
…just a few doors down from Spaghetti Warehouse
….where parking is free after 6pm….and there’s plenty of street parking….
Regular hours of operation – scroll down & check us out…..
Oct. 2-4 or 3-4 3rd Annual Wright Brothers Open
5-SS, 30/90, SD/60 d5 (2-day schedule, rd. 1 G/90 d5). $10,300 PRIZES, GUARANTEED, 3 Sections: Open, U1800, U1400. OPEN: $2000-1400-1000-600 & U2000 600-400; U1800: $800-400-300-200 & U1600 300-200; U1400: $700-400-300-200 & U1200 300-200. Entry Fees: $108 if mailed or registered online by Sep 19, 2014, thereafter $128. Free to 2400 & above $100 deducted from winnings), DCC mbrs $5 discount. Ohio Grand Prix event, OCA members deduct $3 from EF. 3-day schedule: Reg. Fri. 5- 6:30pm, Rds: Fri 7pm; Sat. 2pm & 7:30pm; Sun 9:30am, 3pm. 2-day schedule: Reg. Sat. 8:30- 9:30am. Rd.1 at 10am, then merges with 3-day. Re-entry: $35. Any player who loses Fri night may re-enter for $35 and loss will not count in tournament standings. One 1/2pt bye available in Rds.1-4 (request prior to R1). Unrated players may play in any section with prizes limited to 1/3 except in OPEN with balance to next player(s). $25 upset prize each section. HOTEL – TBD. ENTRIES: Mail to Dayton Chess Club, 18 West 5th St., Dayton, OH 45402 or register online today! (Registration tab at top of page…no PayPal account is necessary!) No checks at site.
Nov. 7 “Early Thanksgiving (19 Days)” Pawn Storm XXXII
4SS, G/60 d10, at Dayton Chess Club, 18 W. Fifth St., Dayton, OH 45402. EF: $33 to 30 Oct then $43. EF $25 to 2200 or higher. GTD Prizes: Open $300-200, U1900 $160-$50, U1600 $160-50. Reg.: 9:30-10:15. Rds.: 10:30-1:30-4:30-7:00. OGPx Event-OCA mbrs $3 disc. DCC mbrs $3 disc. Mail EF to: Dayton Chess Club, 18 W. 5th St., Dayton, OH 45402 or register online today! (Registration tab at top of page – no PayPal account is necessary!). No checks at site.
SAVE THE DATE:
PAWN STORM IN DECEMBER
(date not yet determined)
Final standings of the Masters RR & Futurity A&B
Yes, the results of MOTCF 2015. Why the longer-than-usual delay? Simply LIFE. Riley’s mom’s health is not quite up to par – and in short, that means frequent trips up to Wellington (near Cleveland). Family always comes first.
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Every Friday evening @ the Dayton Chess Club (there are a few exceptions to this when superseded by special events) – G/24, USCF Rated. 4 rounds. 1st round starts promptly at 7:30pm. Subsequent rounds: 8:30, 9:30, 10:30. REGISTRATION ENDS AT 7:25PM. Any late entries will receive a half point bye or perhaps will be paired against another late entry. $14 for non DCC members; $10 for DCC members.
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REGULAR HOURS OF OPERATION
Wednesday evening: 6:30pm-9:30pm
Instructional Wednesdays! 7pm: lecture followed by an evening of casual play. Please note that if no one shows up by 7:30pm, we close the club!
Thursdays evening: 6:30pm-9:30pm
This is our “Scholastic Knights” evening, geared towards K-12 students – learn to play, learn simple tactics. And yes, even adults are welcome! Special evening rate for all: $4.00. Ms Kay Stanley runs the Scholastic Knights program – and has some outstanding help. Every first Thursday of the month – no lecture. Instead, there will be a G/15 unrated 4 rounds.
Friday evenings 6:30pm-12:30am
Every Friday evening (with a few exceptions for when we have weekend tournaments with the first round on Friday evening), there’s a quick USCF rated tournament ($10 for DCC members / $14 for non DCC members) and there are usually a few players who opt to play casual chess. Friday nights are our busiest evenings…so do drop for a quick game – or play in the tournament – or spend the entire evening playing chess.