MSCA Closed/State Scholastic 2018

Viewing a child’s limitations is like staring into the trees, but missing the forest.  Several had the honor of playing in the MN Closed last weekend, and hundreds more will get a chance to compete in the MSCA State Scholastic Championships this weekend.  Do not miss out on this.

Congrats to GM Andrew Tang, 2018 MN State Champion!  Will he have enough left to win the State Scholastic with a 6-0 score, or will the #1 seed lose like Virginia a few days ago?  Games have been  posted here, and we will only have them up for another day or so until further notice.

I know, the games are not on the MSCA website.  I know, when you do some more navigating on this site, you will see a lot more content.  I know, just calm down, and just concern yourself over the Scholastic.  More will be revealed.

Expect a couple more emails this week, leading up to the State Scholastic, including the 8th Annual you-know-what email.  Sign up for the State Scholastic, click here! Thank you for your time.

Jiten Patel
www.mnchess.org

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  • DECEMBER THINK December 8, 2018 – December 9, 2018 Description:Seven games, (4 games on Saturday, 3 games Sunday). Time control is game in 60+15 second delay. Prize fund is 60% of entries,with several class prizes. Advance entry $35 for club members, $40 onsite, non-members $40 advance entry $45 onsite. Two half-point byes for any rounds; must be requested when entering. One day Saturday only…
  • Monday Action Quads December 10, 2018 at 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Chess Castle of MN MONDAY: A three round robin (RR) format at Game in 30 minutes. (Game/30 delay 5 sec) You play players of comparable strength. Register from 6:30-7pm, and I will be doing the pairings right away, so we should be done by ten-thirty. Entry fee is $12 for members, $15 others. Prizes are $25 for 1st in…
  • Casual Night December 11, 2018 at 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Chess Castle of Minnesota, 1121 NE Jackson St #134, Minneapolis, MN 55413, United States TUESDAY: 6-10pm. A night of casual play where people gather to analyze games play Blitz (Game/5) and hang out. You should be able to get the basic information on the rules to get you started and ready for the other events. (Keeping score, using a clock, tournament rules, chess etiquette and how to say "Checkmate"…
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