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Nevada Scholastic Championships Under Way

Posted in News on March 17th, 2018 by Alan Losoff
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March 17, 2018
Las Vegas Day School  3275 Red Rock  Las Vegas

Pairings and Standings will be posted as soon as they are available.

Report corrections, changes or drop outs to the TD office or by email  td0318@nevadachess.org. 

Alan Losoff is the pairing TD and he can also be called or texted at 702-510-8882.

Shenmei Wu wins the Nevada State Girls`s Scholastic

Posted in News on March 14th, 2018 by Juan Jauregui

As part of the effort to promote chess among the girls in Nevada, it was decided by our State US Chess Affiliate to run a separate event for the girls a week before the State Scholastic, for the second year in the row Las Vegas Chess Center organized and hosted it. Sabrina Jauregui was the chief TD.

This year 14 players gathered in the LVCC to play in the tournament, IM and WGM, 2016 US Women Champion Nazi Paikidze- Barnes was in attendance, she addressed the participants and posed with them for pictures, Nazi is committed to help chess in our city, especially with girls. We are planning several events with her for 2018, like simuls, group class, etc.

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Nevada Scholastic Championships

Posted in Events, News, Scholastic on February 9th, 2018 by Alan Losoff
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A USCF Rated Tournament in 4 Sections
Open to Nevada residents or students

March 17, 2018
Las Vegas Day School  3275 Red Rock  Las Vegas

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Nevada Chess seeks board of director nominations

Posted in News on October 26th, 2017 by Tom Brownscombe

In 2018 the terms of 4 of the current members of the Nevada Chess board of directors will expire. If you or someone you know would like to run for one of these four openings on our board in 2018, please contact Tom Brownscombe at tkbrownscombe@hotmail.com or send snail mail to:

Nevada Chess, Inc.
c/o Tom Brownscombe
1213 East Saint Louis Avenue #3
Las Vegas, NV 89104

Nominations must be received by December 31, 2017. Nominees must be at least 18 years of age and must be members in good standing in both Nevada Chess, Inc. and the United States Chess Federation.

Minutes of the April 2017 Nevada Chess Board of Directors Meeting

Posted in News on April 23rd, 2017 by Tom Brownscombe

The Nevada Chess Board of Directors held an informal meeting on Saturday, April 22 at the Las Vegas Chess Center. The meeting was called to order at 4:05PM. Alan Losoff, Tom Brownscombe, Juan Jauregui, and Sabrina Jauregui were present. Allen Magruder also participated in part of the meeting via telephone. The board members discussed possible sites for the 2018 State Scholastic Chess Tournament. A motion to make Jerome Weikel a lifetime member of Nevada Chess passed unanimously. The meeting was adjourned at 4:45PM.

Minutes of the 2017 Annual Membership Meeting

Posted in News on April 23rd, 2017 by Tom Brownscombe

The 2017 Nevada Chess annual membership meeting was called to order at 3:48PM on Saturday, April 22 by president Alan Losoff at the Las Vegas Chess Center. Alan Losoff, Tom Brownscombe, Sabrina Jauregui, Juan Jauregui, and Charles McVoy were present. Votes for the annual election were counted, and each of the following candidates received 10 votes: Tom Brownscombe, Juan Jauregui, and Alan Losoff. A motion to accept the election results passed unanimously. Tom Brownscombe, Juan Jauregui, and Alan Losoff have been reelected to the Nevada Chess Board of Directors.

Charles McVoy discussed the possibility of a downtown chess park. Charles McVoy also discussed the Las Vegas Library Chess Club. The meeting was adjourned at 4:01PM.

Nevada Chess Bulletin April, 2017

Posted in News on April 8th, 2017 by Tom Brownscombe

Editor’s Message

(A. Magruder)

The Annual Members Meeting of Nevada Chess, Inc. will be held on Saturday, April 22, 2017 at the Las Vegas Chess Center, 2560 Montessouri St., Ste. 206 Las Vegas NV 89102. The meeting is scheduled to begin at 3:30 PM, but please check nevadachess.org for late changes if you wish to attend. The results of the 2017 election will be tabulated from the ballots and announced at that time.

All current members of Nevada Chess, Inc. can find the content of this bulletin at links on our website, NevadaChess.org. But if you know someone who wants to be a member but does not have easy access to the internet and would like to have this bulletin mailed to them, you could give them the membership form information on the website and have them send it to the editor at the address on the form.

All current members do receive a membership card attached to the January issue each year by mail which shows the expiration year of their membership, and which also contains the current year’s ballot for election of directors. The completed ballot is to be returned by mail to the election committee chairman.

Once again, Nevada Chess, Inc. sponsored our Annual Nevada State Scholastic Tournament, hosted by the Las Vegas Day School. There were 235 young players playing in the four sections: K-3, K-5, K-8 and K-12, with many individual and team trophies and medals distributed during the awards ceremonies. A report may be found on our website, and a link there to complete cross tables of the final results as well. You might also check out USChess.org for the tournament tables to find pre- and post- rating scores of all the players.