Trophies to top 5 players in K-6, K-3 K-12 (u800) Section, medals for everyone.
K-12 Champ: $200,$100,$50 (as well as Haring spot)
Postponed until further notice! please check back for new dates!
Please join us for the Girls Calchess State Championship!
This event is organized by Berkeley Chess, partially funded by the US Chess Trust & fully supported by the USChess Women's Committee.
2 day K-12 girls Champ event, or 1 day K-12 (u800) K-6, K-3 girls event.
Moms/Grandmas/Aunts/Cousins- come play alongside the girls in the Women's event! Click here for more information on the Women's event.
If you would like to volunteer at the event in exchange for a free entry, please email:
If you are willing to host a family from out of state in your home, please email
IF REGISTERING FROM OUTSIDE NORTHERN CALIFORNIA- There is no need to register through our website, your entry is FREE. Please email us to manually register you: email@example.com
Trophies to top 5 girls in each section
-Gorgeous medals to everyone!
K-3 Champ, K-3 (u300)
K-6 Champ, K-6 (u500)
K-12 Champ, K-12 (u800)
K-3, and K-6 K-12 (u800) is 5 rounds, time control-G/45 with a 5 sec delay.
10:00am, 11:45pm, 1:30pm, 3:15pm and 5:00pm, with awards at 6;45pm.
Trophies to top 5 players in each Section.
NO TROPHIES FOR K-12 CHAMP (JUST CASH PRIZES)
K-12 Champ is 4 rounds G/90 with a 30 second increment. Round times: Sat 11am, 4pm, Sun 12pm, 4:30pm awards: 1st: $200 2nd: $100 3rd: $50 winner of the K-12 will be the official NGTOC qualifier (Haring) from Northern California (unless the winner is not from Northern California than the NGTOC spot will go to the next girl in line) official Calchess tie breakers will be used in case of a tie to determine the NGTOC qualifier
ENTRY FEE: $40 if received by 11:59pm on April 29th, 2020. $10 late fee.
Late entry on Saturday is from 9:00-9:30am only. Checks made payable to Berkeley Chess School.($60 entry on site!)
All Tournament players must be USChess Members You can sign up or renew your USChess Membership here.
Please contact The Berkeley Chess School if you have any questions.