First In-person KSCA Tournament October 16th

See Information Below in Upcoming Schedule

Continuing 

Weekly Drop in Chess for all ages from 4:00 to 6:30

Farmer’s Market behind Cottin’s Hardware

in parking lot behind Cottin’s on New Hampshire between 18th and 19th Streets. 

 

Starting Oct 16

Chess in the Park

East side of South Park

Between Bandstand and 12th Street Parking Lot

Drop in chess between 10 and noon on Saturdays

Masks encouraged

(weather permitting)

 

Watch for Updates on Fall Chess

Online Tournaments

Play in two tournaments before State

    1. Register at this linkbefore noon on Sunday March 7th. 
    2. Read info at KSCA Website 
    3. Download or print Flier
    4. You must have a Chess.com account, it can be a free account!
    5. Read Quick Facts for State below.
    6. Be logged in 10 min. before each round.Chess.com/live 

 Free Chess.com Account  

In-Person Tournaments

    1. Go to KSCA Schedule and Registration
    2. Find the tournament you want to enter and click register. 
    3. Arrive 30 min before the scheduled time.

 KSCA Schedule & Reg 

Upcoming Schedule

Check often 🙂

 

 

Tuesday

 

March 2021

No Current classes


Discussion of how to make the most of your experience. 

Start: Start at 7:00, 

 

 

Note: Read State Flier and watch video prior to Thursday!!

Link below 

 

 

 

 

 

Saturday

16

October 2021

Washburn Rural

Registration Link  Oct 15th 6pm

Flier  Link           


 

Masks  Required while inside building, Pairings posted online

Team tournament with K-3, K-5, 6-8, and 9-12 sections.

 

Coach Paden will not attend in-person until 5-12 year olds are vaccinated.

Anyone can choose to attend if you feel the conditions are safe enough for you. 

 

 

 

Thursday

 

March 2021

No current classes


Drop in 7:00-8:00

  Any chess questions 

 

State Tournament Players

Note: No regular lessons this week  Play Chess Games!

 

Zoom

 

 

 

Check out these Learning Videos

 

I have found some learning videos by Dr Andrew Huberman that explain how the brain functions and how to use that information to improve your ability to learn new skills and information. They also give help on how to live a healthier and more satisfying life.

I highly recommend these videos to everyone, chess players, soccer players, AND parents. 

— 

David Paden

 

 

 

Tournament Results

In-Person KSCA

This page will not be active until after the first KSCA in-person tournament.

In-Person USCF 

Search this page to search for your tournament