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2009 U.S. Amateur Team South (USATS)
Friday, February 13, 2009 at 8:00 PM - Sunday, February 15, 2009 at 8:00 PM (EST)
U.S. Amateur Team South
Scholastic Chess Championship
February 13-15 or 14-15, 2009
Orlando International Airport Hotel & Conference Center
3835 McCoy Road, Orlando FL 32812
5 Rounds at G/120 (2-day option: Sat Rd1 G/60)
2 sections: 4-player teams (plus optional lower rated alternate)
Open Team average rating under 2200 (Yr-end)
(Winning Open Team plays in National Playoffs on March 21st.)
Scholastic Team average rating under 1200 (Yr-end) G/60
(Players need not be from the same school. Teams can be formed on-site.)
EF per player: OPEN $30 mailed by February 6, $40 later
SCHOLASTIC $20 mailed by February 6, $25 later
(SPECIAL EF $140 for 5-player team by Feb 6, $180 later.)
PRIZES: Plaques/Trophies to top 3 teams in each section plus:
OPEN: (four per teams indicated)
1st & 2nd: Excalibur chess clock; 3rd: Plaque
TOP U2000, U1800, U1600, U1400: Trophy
***FCA members are eligible for FL GP Points.***
SCHOLASTIC: (four per teams indicated)
1st & 2nd: Excalibur chess clock
3rd, & TOP U1000, U800: Trophy
BOARDS 1-4 in each section: Excalibur chess clock
Prizes for best team name in each section and all 5-0 scores.
SCHEDULE: Registration ends ½-hour before 1st round.
OPEN 3-day: rounds 8, 1-7, 9-3; 2-day: rounds 10-1-7, 9-3;
SCHOLASTIC (Sat & Sun): rounds 10-1-4, 9-12, Awards 2:30.
HR: $85 (Interior), (407)859-2711,
$69 (Exterior), (407)367-4225, call in afternoon.
Mention “Chess”. Reserve by Feb 1st.
(Note: RESERVE EARLY! All Hotels in area fill up USATS weekend)
Info: call (407)629-6WIN or visit www.centralflchess.org
Send Registration and Check payable to:
CFCC, 921 N. Thistle Lane, Maitland, FL 32751
or online usats2009.eventbrite.com
When & Where
Central Florida Chess Club (CFCC)
The CFCC is the major United States Chess Federation affiliate in Central Florida dedicated to the advancement of chess to all people by means of club activities, instructions, school partnerships, and tournaments of all sizes. Contact: visit our website www.centralflchess.org or call (407)629-6946