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Concord-Carlisle Scholastic November Ladder
Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742

Tournament Details Revised: 11/6/2019 9:34:14 AM
General Information
Event Organizer: Concord-Carlisle Chess Club  
Event Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Saturday, November 09, 2019
Time Control: 4-Round Ladder Format, G/30 d5, USCF-Rated
Rounds Time: 1st Round 10:00 AM; players' next games begin shortly after their previous ones are completed
Byes: One half-point bye available in every round except the last, with advance notification
Prize Info: Trophies to the 1st, 2nd, 3rd place players in each section with at least six players competing
Inquiry: nicholas@xenophon98.com    781-733-0849
Event Webpage: concordcarlislechess.org
Registration Information
Entry Fee: $15 for pre-registration ($10 for Club Members) by end of day on 11/8/2019; $20 at the door ($15 for Club Members)
Registration - Onsite: 9:15-9:45 AM for NEW registrants (pre-enrolled registrants may arrive up to 9:45 AM)
Registration - Online: Closed, please register at tournament site.
Membership Requirement: All sections require current USCF Memberships in good standing (registration for $17/year at https://secure2.uschess.org/webstore/member.php)
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: Open
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • One Open Section: Ladder format: no eliminations -- on average, participants will play 4+ rounds
  • Location: Concord-Carlisle High School, Room 241
  • 500 Walden Street, Concord, MA 01742
  • Please bring Chess CLOCKS if you own one to ensure we will not be short.
  • Club members include all the Concord-Carlisle chess organizations: CC Chess Society, Carlisle, Alcott, Willard, and Thoreau chess clubs

  • MACA provides tournament listing for all as a service to the chess community. For question, comments, or dispute regarding events that are not organized by MACA, please contact the tournament organizer directly.
  • Remember that each player is responsible for bringing and setting up their clock. Please refer to the Metrowest Chess Club Digital Clock Guide for instructions on how to set digital clocks.
  • MACA does not recommend but allows US Chess approved electronic scorekeeping devices. Please note that some national tournaments held by US Chess ban electronic scorekeeping, so be sure to know how to keep score without aid of electronics.
  • If online registration is enabled on this event, you can Join/Renew your USCF and MACA membership at the online registration page. If online registration is not available, you can join MACA (The Massachusetts Chess Association) at our Online Membership Form and USCF (United States Chess Federation) at USCF Membership Page.