Chess Challenge Mega Finals

There are still wildcard entry places available for some Mega-Finals online events. Qualify through to the Tera-Finals on November 24th and you could win $1000 in cash prizes! Click Here

Victorian Youth Championships

This open event is held over 2 days and held in Age Groups U7, U9, U13 and U15. Held in a high-tech facility and with free coaching after every game this is one of the best events of the year. Save 10% if you register early. Click Here

Interschool State Finals

Did your school qualify for State Finals this year? If not, there are just a few events you can play in before Finals Time. If you are wanting to play in the Girls Only or the Junior Primary (Grade 3 and Under) finals then let us know… you don’t need to qualify for these 2 finals.

Primary Interschool Chess Finals – October 28 – Our Lady of the Assumption School, Cheltenham | CLICK HERE

Middle Years Interschool Chess Finals – October 29 – Our Lady of the Assumption School, Cheltenham | CLICK HERE

Open Secondary Interschool Chess Finals – September 13 – Brighton Grammar, Brighton | CLICK HERE

Junior Primary Interschool Chess Finals – October 29 – Our Lady of the Assumption School, Cheltenham  | CLICK HERE

Girls Only Interschool Chess Finals – October 18 – Toorak College, Mt Eliza | CLICK HERE

RJ Shield Finals

Congratulations to the 45 players who have made it to the Finals. If you didn’t qualify then you should take part in the Chess Challenge Mega-Finals and find your way from another direction! We have combined the RJ Shield Finals with the Tera-Finals so there is going to be $4000 in cash prizes! See website.

National Interschool Finals

Details available now, the National Finals is held at Melbourne Uni from November 24-26, 2013. Get in early to book your places.

 

One Response to “Which events are you playing in?”

  1. August 26, 2013 at 11:57 pm, The Best Way to Get Better | ChessKids said:

    […] There are other ways to play new people though. In Melbourne, Chess Kids runs a series of tournaments throughout the year called RJ Shields which is a great introduction to competitive chess. Kids have to use a clock, play touch move, and they get to play 7 games in a day all against different players. The RJ Shield tournaments are finished for this year now, but check out the results from the most recent event in Melbourne. Find out about more tournaments you can play in from this page. […]

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