LakeView Technology Academy Chess Tournament 

Free!  $500 in Prizes!

$100 Scholarship to the top player!

Note - see fliers for download at the bottom of this page. 


Who: All students grades K-12 (see notes below regarding prize eligibility)

When: Saturday, January 23, 2016. Check in from 8 to 8:30 am.
Awards ceremony after fifth round, estimated between 2 and 3 pm.

Where: LakeView Technology Academy, 9449 - 88th Ave, Pleasant Prairie, WI 53158
Easy access from I-94. Located on County H just north of Highway 165

How: All students will play 5 games of chess in a Swiss-style (modified round robin) format. There is no elimination, and each student will play each round. All are welcome, beginners to advanced players. Games will be Game/25 with 5 second delay.

Individual Prizes in each section (First, Second, Third)
K-2 Unrated: Chess set with quiver, chess set with bag, magnetic chess set
K-5 Unrated: Digital chess clock, chess set with case, chess set with quiver
K-8 Unrated: Digital chess clock, chess set with case, silicone chess pieces
K-12 Unrated: $100 scholarship, digital chess clock, heavy chess set with case
                        Participation medals/prizes for all. Sportsmanship prizes in each section.

Note: Individual prizes are limited to players who attend school in the following counties: Kenosha, Racine, Walworth and Lake. Home school students in those counties are eligible. Bring documentation of school address to check in (report card or registration).

Team Trophies: Two or more students in the same section from the same school will automatically be considered a “team.” The team score is the sum of the top 4 individual scores.
3 Team Trophies in K2 K5 (combined), 3 team trophies for K8/K12 sections together

Cost: Free with early email registration by January 20th at 11 pm
Or $5 per student if registering at the door (payable by cash or check to KCA)

To Pre-Register: Email name, grade, school, section (K2, K5, K8, K12) to registerchess@gmail.com by January 20th at 11 pm. Include school name and address.

Permission Slips are required. Download from www.kenoshachess.org or fill them out at check in.

Notes: Adult supervision is required for individual students grades K-8 and all teams. Family members are allowed in the playing area and are welcome to watch the games. Lunch and other goodies will be available for purchase; or bring your own. Bring chess sets, books or other quiet activities for breaks between each round.

For More Information: contact Tournament Director Allan Cargille at 773-263-5565.

Sponsored by the Kenosha Chess Association, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization dedicated to promoting chess education and activities in the greater Kenosha area
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