WA vs BC International Scholastic Invitational
What:The Intermat 2012 Chess Championships!
When:May 5th, 2012
Location:TBD - Vancouver, BC, CANADA
Time:Check-in at 9:30am sharp or risk forfeiting. Round 1 begins at 10am. Second round is estimated to begin at 1:30pm.
Eligible:K-12, invitation only, top 2 rated players from each grade in the state, based on the ratings report at the end of February. Must be available to play on May 5 in Vancouver, BC, CANADA. NOTE - Passport is required in order to cross the border! If not available, next highest rated players are invited. Please click this link to sign up for the Washington team and confirm eligibility.
Sponsored By:Chess4Life and BC Youth Chess.
Format:Top 2 available players from each grade, grades K-12, compete against the top two BC players from same grades.
Awards:Rotating Trophy engraved with the state/province for the year.
Entry Fee:FREE - this is an honor to be able to represent the State of Washington against the province of British Columbia.
Miscellaneous:Commemorative sweatshirts supplied by the BC Team to all players, CFC rules apply.
K-12: We will accept the top 2 players based on NWSRS or USCF that confirm they can play on May 5 - MUST confirm by April 15, 2012.
Grade K - Eric Zhang
Grade K - Jason Yu
Grade K (1st alt) - Jeffrey Tso
Grade K (2nd alt) - Brandon Peng
Grade 1 - Anthony He
Grade 1 - Jason Zhang
Grade 1 (1st alt) - Ryan Clark
Grade 1 (2nd alt) - Raphael Menon
Grade 2 - Andrew Yeh
Grade 2 - Ruthvik Ayyagari
Grade 2 (1st alt) -
Grade 2 (2nd alt) -
Grade 3 - Naomi Bashkansky
Grade 3 - Andreas Farny
Grade 3 (1st alt) - Alex Buntaran
Grade 3 (2nd alt) -
Grade 4 - Derek Zhang
Grade 4 - Vikram Ramasamy
Grade 4 (1st alt) - Jan Buzek
Grade 4 (2nd alt) - Sujatha Chalasani
Grade 5 - Bryce Tiglon
Grade 5 - James Soetedjo
Grade 5 (1st alt) - Toshihiro Nagase
Grade 5 (2nd alt) -
Grade 6 - Kyle Haining
Grade 6 - James Wang
Grade 6 - (1st alt) - Nathaniel Yee
Grade 6 (2nd alt) - Carl Dutton
Grade 7 - Daniel He
Grade 7 - Samuel He
Grade 7 (1st alt) - Masayuki Nagase
Grade 7 (2nd alt) - Trey Michaels
Grade 8 - Ethan Bashkansky
Grade 8 - Quentin Chi
Grade 8 (1st alt) - Frederick Davis
Grade 8 (2nd alt) -
Grade 9 - Casey Xing
Grade 9 - Becca Lampman
Grade 9 (1st alt) -
Grade 9 (2nd alt) -
Grade 10 - Peter Marriott
Grade 10 - Hubert Jung
Grade 10 (1st alt) -
Grade 10 (2nd alt) -
Grade 11 - Adithya Vegaraju
Grade 11 -
Grade 11 (1st alt) -
Grade 11 (2nd alt) -
Grade 12 - Ethan Gottlieb
Grade 12 -
Grade 12 (1st alt) -
Grade 12 (2nd alt) -
A decent standard hotel, right across the road from the centre is La Quinta Inn. http://www.lq.com/lq/properties/propertyProfile.do?propId=759
Rooms as low as $69 and they have the free breakfast buffet.
Second choice would be the Four Points Sheraton Vancouver Airport hotel, for those who want to pay $120 to $300/night. It is also across the street from Lansdowne Centre. http://www.starwoodhotels.com/fourpoints/property/overview/index.html?propertyID=213
There are many other choices a short drive away from Lansdowne, including a casino or two. The Sky train runs down No. 3 road and stops in front of Lansdowne so you can quickly access anywhere. Downtown Vancouver is about 20 minutes away on transit.For more information on this tournament and more, please contact the Chess4Life Center at 425.283.0549 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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