$5 Low Stakes Quad, Monday July 13

July 13: $5 Low Stakes Quads, 6pm EST, G/10+5, hosted on chess.com, winner of each Quad gets $15. (*Note: The goal of each Quad is for it to be competitive, if a Quad has too large of a rating gap in a particular Quad, TD will discuss alternative formats for that particular Quad)

What is a Quad tournament? Players are ranked by their rating (US Chess or FIDE; if you don’t have an official rating you will be classified as “unrated” or if you have an established online rating, TD will use discretion when placing you in a Quad). They are then broken up into groups of 4. Everyone in the group of 4 will play everyone else (single round robin). Whomever has the most points will win $15.

Anti-Cheating Rules must be read in full and understood: Anti-Cheating Rules Click Here

How to sign up? Send entry fee to one of the places above. Then copy and paste the prompt below, fill it out, and email to orlandochessclub@gmail.com.

Name: USCF ID or FIDE ID: Classical Rating: Event: I understand all the of Anti-Cheating Rules (Yes/No): Entry Fee Paid (Yes/No; if Yes attach receipt or screenshot):

Deadline to enter: 48 hours before the start of each tournament

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