Events Overdue for Bids Print E-mail
By Phillip R Smith   
June 12, 2013

Events Overdue for Bids

Bids on these tournaments are past deadline and will be considered immediately.

Bidding Deadline Please contact the USCF office if you are interested in bidding for a National Event. You can email your bid to Joan DuBois at the USCF office. The USCF recommends that bids be submitted according to the following schedule. However, bids may be considered prior to these dates. Please do not assume that because you received the bid for the prior year you have it for the next year without submitting a formal bid.

Deadline: 1 July 2014:

  • 2015 US Amateur Teams (North,South, West)
  • 2015 US Amateur (East, North, South, West)
  • 2015 US Junior Chess Congress
  • 2015 US Junior Closed
  • 2015 US Girls Junior Closed
  • 2015 US Cadet
  • 2015 US Class Championships
  • 2015 US Game/30 Championship
  • 2015 US Game/60 Championship
  • 2015 US Masters Championship
  • 2015 US Senior Open
  • 2015 US Junior Open

Deadline: 1 July 2015:
  • 2016 US Amateur Teams (North,South, West)
  • 2016 US Amateur (East, North, South, West)
  • 2016 US Junior Chess Congress
  • 2016 US Junior Closed
  • 2016 US Junior Open
  • 2016 US Senior Open
  • 2016 US Girls Junior Closed
  • 2016 US Cadet
  • 2016 US Class Championships
  • 2016 US Game/30 Championship
  • 2016 US Game/60 Championship
  • 2016 US Masters Championship

Deadline: 1 July 2016:
  • 2017 US Amateur Teams (North,South, West)
  • 2017 US Amateur (East, North, South, West)
  • 2017 US Junior Chess Congress
  • 2017 US Junior Closed
  • 2017 US Junior Open
  • 2017 US Senior Open
  • 2017 US Girls Junior Closed
  • 2017 US Cadet
  • 2017 US Class Championships
  • 2017 US Game/10 Championship
  • 2017 US Game/15 Championship
  • 2017 US Game/30 Championship
  • 2017 US Game/60 Championship
  • 2017 US Masters Championship
  • 2017 National Open

How To Bid On a USCF National Event brochure.

NOTES:
* A U.S. Championship Qualifier.
** The USCF reserves the right to decline all bids and organize the event itself.

 
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