16th Postal and 2nd Email
U. S. CORRESPONDENCE CHESS CHAMPIONSHIPS
4 April 2002
It's time to start the next USCCC! This bi-annual tournament is
recognized by all major U. S. Chess organizations and all other countries as
our national correspondence chess championship. This tournament is comprised of
master and expert players and is serious correspondence chess at its finest.
The 16th postal tournament will start this summer. The
2nd Email USCCC will start after the first of the year..
The requirements for entry are:
- APCT, CCLA or USCF membership
- Minimum rating: correspondence 2000 or OTB 2100
- Must be U. S. citizen or permanent resident
The preliminary rounds will have up to 15 players per section carefully
balanced by rating. Section winners will advance to the Final Round. Also
seeded in the final round are designated champions of USPCF organizations and
recent U. S. Champions.
Crosstables will be carried at
The Campbell Report.
Check out this site for results for recently completed and unfinished USCCC's.
The winner will receive a beautiful Championship Trophy and one of the US
places in the semifinals of the World Correspondence Chess Championship.
||R. Anthony Cayford
||Dr. Eugene Martinovsky
||Dr. Victor Contoski
||Curtis W. Carlson
||Paul T. Fielding and Kiven J. Plesset
||Robert I. Reynolds
||David C. Taylor
||Marc J. Lonoff and Dr. Eugene Martinovsky
||Stephen Jones, Timothy Murray and Robin Smith
||Craig Jones and Konstantin Dolgitser
Go to ICCFUS Store and download
your order form now.
- Postal Entries close July 15, 2002, start date August 15,2002
- Email Entries close December 15, 2002, start date January 15,
- Enter one event or both!
- Entry fee $25.00 per tournament
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