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By Jerry Nash   
June 7, 2013
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Official Press Release
7 June 2013 Contact: Jerry Nash
USCF Director of International Youth Events
Press Release #15 of 2013 [email protected]
Cell: 931.787.2756

2013 North American Youth Chess Championship

(Crossville, TN) Organizers have released registration information for the 2013 North American Youth Chess Championship scheduled for August 15 - 18, in Toronto, Canada. The North American Youth is an open tournament and any USCF player who qualifies for an age group may play but must also notify the USCF of their plans to participate.

As the national federation, the USCF provides the tournament organizers with a letter of endorsement for all US players. This registration must be formalized by the USCF in July so the following information must be sent to the Director of International Youth Events: Player Name, USCF ID, Age/Gender Category, and FIDE player code.

The highest rated player (based on the July Supplement) in that category who is registered in the USCF Office by the July 15th registration deadline will be considered the official representative. Official representatives are provided accommodation based on double occupancy at the Chestnut, where they are also provided buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The link to the organizers’ website is http://chess-math.org/toronto/naycc/index.php. For more information regarding qualifying for national and international invitational scholastic events, go to the USCF website at www.uschess.org/content/view/7865/131/. If you plan to attend this tournament, please contact Jerry Nash at [email protected].


The United States Chess Federation (USCF), founded in 1939, serves as the governing body for chess in the United States and is now headquartered in Crossville, Tennessee. USCF is devoted to extending the role of chess in American society. It promotes the study and knowledge of the game of chess, for its own sake as an art and enjoyment, and as a means for the improvement of society. The USCF is a not-for-profit membership organization with over 80,000 members. For additional information on the USCF see: www.uschess.org.