2013 North American Youth Chess Championships


I wanted to pass this along to anyone that might be interested in attending this chess tournament.

Dear Steven,

The exciting 2013 North American Youth Chess Championships are being held in Toronto, Canada from August 15-16, 2013, in all age categories, through the Canadian Chess Federation (CFC) and the World Chess Federation (FIDE).

On behalf of the organizers, the Chess ‘N Math Association, Canada, the Tallahassee Chess Club is specially invited to this super event, given the great work you are doing! Would you be kind enough to send an email invite to all your club members, as well as circulate this as far and wide as you can?

This prestigious annual Junior international is FIDE rated, and awards FIDE titles, attracting entries from all over North and Central America. This year’s location in the heart of downtown Toronto, promises a fantastic chess holiday with all the sights, with subsidized food and accommodation. Here’s the link:

http://chess-math.org/toronto/naycc/

An opportunity not to be missed!

The best part is – This event is freely OPEN TO ALL – no restrictions or pre-qualifications at all!

I so look forward to hearing back from you, and soon having the pleasure of personally welcoming you, your youth members and fraternity to Toronto!

Our hospitality is legendary!

With warm regards,
Francis

Francis Rodrigues, Regional Director
Chess’n Math Association; toronto@chess-math.org
tel: 416-488-5506; 416-486-3395; 647-232-6014 (cell)
701 Mt. Pleasant Road, Toronto, ON, M4S 2N4
fax:416-486-4637; website: www.chess-math.org

 

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