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|Education the Focus at 2011 North American Youth Chess Championships|
|March 24, 2011|
NEW YORK - The 2011 North American Youth Championships will be held at the Doubletree Hotel in Tarrytown, New York from June 25-29, 2011.
This event will be a great learning experience for young chess players from the Bahamas, Bermuda, Canada, Mexico and USA. For most it will be their first taste of international competition and an opportunity to form friendships. Additionally, this tournament will provide the opportunity to compete in a FIDE event, which will award FIDE titles and FIDE ratings.
Learning and practicing chess encourages a life time of fair play and it's a great way to build good thinking skills, which are crucial for a successful and happy future.
The U.S. Chess Federation will be using the April rating supplement to determine the official US Players for this event.
Each National Federation will be sending a list of official players, if you are interested in participating in this exciting event please contact:
Chuck Lovingood at firstname.lastname@example.org and Beatriz Marinello at Beatriz@chesseducators.com
Online Registration and Payment available at www.chesseducators.com/northamericanyouth. Discounts apply to advance entries with payment.
• >>> VISIT OFFICIAL WEBSITE FOR DETAILS: www.chesseducators.com/northamericanyouth
• >>> REGISTER & PAY NOW FOR DISCOUNTED RATE
• >>> RESERVE YOUR HOTEL ROOM EARLY AND GET 'CHESS RATE'. Mention Discount Code ‘CHE’
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Chess Educators is proud to bring you the 2011 North American Youth Chess Championships! Chess Educators is geared towards the promotion of chess and education. Our goal is to help young chess players build good life skills through learning and mastering chess. For more information please visit: www.chesseducators.com