The NSCF provides chess instruction to over 30 communities and 70 schools in
Westchester, NY and Fairfield, CT counties.
is available for NSCF tournaments, community chess classes,
and summer chess programs.
For schedules, results, mail-in forms, and other information about these and other activities,
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NSCF Scholastic Grand
Show Tournament Notices.
See the Frequently Asked Questions
about NSCF tournaments.
- Effective February 2013, all sections will be USCF-rated
(The Unrated Primary has been renamed the Primary Novice - for unrated beginners and players rated under 300, or 500 after April 1st..)
- The time limits for the K-1 and both Primary sections have been changed from game/25,delay 5 to game/35,delay 5.
To improve your chess-playing experience, the NSCF has made the following important changes for this tournament season:
Online registration is still available for the popular NSCF Summer Chess Program.
You may choose one or more of six full-day or half-day sessions. Sessions run from July 8th through August 23rd.
The early registration discount will remain available through Monday, June 17th.
Show Program Features.
|2013 NSCF Summer Chess Program Features
Whether you wish to learn new strategies or
to improve your existing skills, the NSCF
summer chess program is the place to be.
Join us and take your game to the next level.
- Instruction for K-12 players
- Group Lectures and Game Analysis
- Opening Preparation
- Endgame Technique
- Structured play
- Air Conditioned Classrooms
- Sunil Weeramantry, NSCF Executive Director.
Huzzahs to the Bronxville teams who finished 6th in the K-6 Championship and 3rd in the K-6 under 1000 at the Supernationals.
Show Bronxville team results.
6 NYBBS Bronxville School, Bronxville,N (6)
STOLTZ, Conner (4.5,1234)
ROBB, Buzby (4.0,1324)
MACKESY, Tyler (3.5,1138)
PINGEL, Fritz (3.0,1414)
KOCHANSKY, Jack (3.0,1479)
DAHER, Joseph (3.0,1241)
3 NYBBS Bronxville School, Bronxville,N (10)
KANGANIS, Alisa (5.5,856)
YOO, Eugene (5.0,931)
VAIL, Charlie H (4.5,692)
BIANCO, Nicholas J (4.5,847)
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Young success: Six-year-old Avery Hood placed 8th in the largest Supernationals section - the 423-player K-3 Under 800 section.
He was 6-0 going into the last round, playing for a possible 1st place!
He came up short after a game that lasted one hour and 45 minutes.
March 16,2013. Kudos to the Westchester County Scholastic Champions
4th-up: Bronxville Elementary;
K-3: German School New York
Show Individual Champions.
Middle-High: Aram Hovakimian (beat Nicklas Breskin in a 4-0 playoff)
5th grade: Max Li
4th Grade: Liam Angelone (beat Nicholas Bianco in a 4-0 playoff)
3rd grade: Ethan Alexander
2nd grade: Eugene Yoo (beat Ben Persily in a 4-0 playoff)
K-1: Luis-Joshua Casenas
All good things... Overall NSCF Grand Prix leader Shawn Cobb won 28
straight NSCF games before losing to Nicklas Breskin in this event.