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Western Alliance Summer Chess Camp: June 20-23

It is that time of the year again! One of the largest Summer Chess Camps in Arizona is here again. Summer Chess Camp + USCF tournament is Tucson is now open for registration! We had over 75 participants in 2016. Open to all ages...

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Dear players and chess parents, To make it as convenient as possible for everyone to find tournaments, camps and other events right here in Tucson, we will keep updating this particular post with all upcoming events and their...

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2011 ARIZONA STATE CHAMPIONSHIP, November 12-14th, 2010 3-way tie for the State Championship title. This year Arizona Chess Federation experimented with with yet another system to determine the State Champion. Last year it was a...

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The 2nd Annual (TCCC) USCF Rated Tournament October 2nd, 2010 Organized by: Arizona Chess For Schools The USCF Rated Tournament took place in the Main Hall and consisted of 3 separate sections, divided by rating: Open / Master...

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2nd Annual Green Fields Tournament; October 10, 2009

LOCATION: Green Fields Country Day School 6000 N. Camino D La Tierra, Tucson,AZĀ  85741 DESCRIPTION: 4 rounds: 3 Sections. Open, Booster ( U1200 ) and Reserve ( U 1600 ), Open to all current USCF members. TIME CONTROL: Game in...

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4th Annual Western Alliance Tucson; Recap

Our heartfelt thanks to all the coaches, participants, helpers, volunteers, and Green Fields Country Day School for this wonderful event! Check out our photos from the event on Flickr Tournament Results coming soon!

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IM Levon Altounian wins the 2009 Arizona State Championship.

Tucson Open is one of my favorite competitions in Arizona to participate in. The tournament is one of the three adult tournaments held in Tucson each year and therefore attracts many adults from all over, while younger players have many more opportunities to compete during the chess year.

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Sierra Middle School

Instructors: Becky Ludwiszak, Eddie Moskala The chess club at Sierra was supported and basically run by a handful of highly motivated parents and school teachers. Overcoming all the obstacles and problems posed by the district...

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Sonoran Science Academy

Instructor: Dallas Elkins As a school oriented toward science and math, chess fit beautifully in the agenda of this school. The chess club had its ups and downs but thanks to some very involved parents and supportive...

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