An Official Affiliate of The United States Chess Federation
Asheboro Chess Club meets on Tuesdays at Asheboro Public Library, 201 Worth St. Asheboro, NC 27203.
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The Quick Study & The Ricochet: Tuesday Night Tournaments
Check our Facebook page for upcoming Ricochet tournaments. Five rounds of G/8 3 sec delay. Entry fee is just $2.00 for adults, $1.00 for 18 or under. This tournament is a lot of fun if you enjoy a quick pace and exciting finishes! Round one is a 7pm; arrive by 6:45pm or call in advance to be paired.
The Quick Study Chess Tournament series is also currently PAUSED in Asheboro. We look forward to a rated game EVERY week--something serious and USCF-rated. Score keeping is encouraged, but optional. We play one round per week at G/24 5 sec delay. Pairings are based loosely on Swiss System rules, but with TD discretion for modifications to enhance everyone's playing experience. Entry is FREE; $1.00 donations are accepted to help cover our rating expenses. That's $1.00 per tournament, not per round--a completely voluntary system. Action usually starts around 7:30pm, please call or email in advance since we sometimes start early.
A further explanation about tournament director modifications on the pairings. Since there are no prizes, the goal of having decent pairings will take precedence over the goal of achieving a clear winner. If a 2000 rated player shows up with no points, strict Swiss pairing may have them play a 1300. I would intervene, and try to pair them with someone 1800-up. Also, every effort will be made to avoid pairing people who ride in together.
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