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CHECK OUT USCF'S CORRESPONDENCE CHESS RATED EVENTS

USCF's 62st ANNUAL 2009 Open Correspondence Chess Golden Knights Championship $1,000 First Prize

(plus title of USCF's Golden Knights Champion and plaque) • 2nd place $600 • 3rd place $400 • 4th place $300 • 5th place $200 • 6th thru 10th place $100 each. Entry fee: $25. The entry deadline is November 30, 2009.

These USCF Correspondence Chess events are rated and open to all USCF members who reside on the North American continent, islands, or Hawaii, as well as those USCF members with an APO or FPO address. USCF members who reside outside of the North American continent are welcome to participate in e mail events. Your USCF membership must remain current for the duration of the event, and entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars. Those new to USCF Correspondence Chess, please estimate your strength: Class A: 1800 1999 (very strong); Class B: 1600 1799 (strong); Class C: 1400 1599 (intermediate); Class D: 1399 and below (beginner level). Note: Prize fund based on 300 entries and may be decreased proportion ately per number of entries assigned.

USCF's 6th ANNUAL 2009 E-mail Correspondence Chess Electronic Knights Championship

(Seven player sections, one game with each of six opponents.)

$700 First Prize

(plus title of USCF's Electronic Knights Champion and plaque) • 2nd place $400 • 3rd place $300 • 4th thru 10th place $100 each. Entry fee: $25. The entry deadline is November 30, 2009.

These USCF Correspondence Chess events are rated and open to all USCF members with e mail access. Your USCF membership must remain current for the duration of the event, and entry fees must be paid in U.S. dollars.

Maximum number of tournament entries allowed for the year for each player is ten.

Note: Prize fund based on 200 entries and may be decreased propor tionately per number of entries assigned.

Correspondence Chess Matches (two players)

• $5 entry fee per person with two, four or six-game options.

Win A Correspondence Chess Trophy

• Four-player, double round-robin with class-level pairings. • 1st-place winner receives a trophy.

Victor Palciauskas Prize Tournaments

• Seven-player class-level pairings, one game with each of six opponents. • Players must have a USCF CC rating to enter. • 1st-place winner receives $130 cash prize and a certificate signed by Victor Palciauskas.

John W. Collins Memorial Class Tournaments

• Four-player, double round-robin with class-level pairings (unrateds welcome). • 1st-place winner receives a John W. Collins certificate.

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