2019 Schedule/Results

All Portland Chess Club and major non-scholastic events in the greater Portland area and throughout Oregon that are currently scheduled are listed here. For the calendar that includes scholastic events, click here (Andrei Botez runs occasional tournaments at the PCC facility which aren’t sponsored by the PCC and are mainly intended as scholastic events but are open to everyone. They are listed on the calendar that includes scholastic events under the title “Silver Knight Chess Club Quads”.).

January

3rd Annual Neil Dale Memorial Open

Tuesday Quads Begin

Unrated Rapid

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

PCC Annual Membership Meeting

February

Unrated Rapid

Tuesday Quads Begin

Oregon State Championship and Invitational

Game in 60

Sunday Quads

March

Unrated Rapid

Tuesday Quads Begin

9th Annual Oregon Senior Open

Sunday Quads

Portland Spring Open

Game in 60

April

Tuesday Quads Begin

13th Annual Clark Harmon Memorial Open

Game in 60

Unrated Rapid

Sunday Quads

May

Penguin Extravaganza

Tuesday Quads Begin

Game in 60

Unrated Rapid

Sunday Quads

June

Tuesday Quads Begin

Portland Summer Open

Unrated Rapid

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

July

Tuesday Quads Begin

5th Annual Rose City Sectionals

Portland Rapid and Blitz Championships

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

August

Unrated Rapid

Tuesday Quads Begin

Vancouver Open

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

September

69th Annual Oregon Open

Tuesday Quads Begin

Sunday Quads

Unrated Rapid

Game in 60

October

Portland Chess Club Championship

Unrated Rapid

National Chess Day-Portland Fall Open

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

November

Oregon Class Championships

Tuesday Quads Begin

Unrated Rapid

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

December

Tuesday Quads Begin

Unrated Rapid

Portland Winter Open

Sunday Quads

Game in 60

Notes: 1) Casual chess occurs every Wednesday. Any cancellation of the casual chess will be posted on the PCC website. 2) The schedule is always subject to change. 3) The Tuesday Quads usually start on the first Tuesday each month. The January and September Tuesday Quads start on the second Tuesday to avoid starting on New Year’s day and the day after the Oregon Open finishes, respectively. No Tuesday Quads in October due to the Club Championship. 4) The Sunday Quads is usually on the third Sunday each month. The February Sunday Quads is on the fourth Sunday to avoid being at the same place and time as the Oregon State Championship & Invitational on the third and second Sundays and being on the same day as the Superbowl on the first Sunday. The April Sunday Quads is on the fourth Sunday to avoid being on Easter on the third Sunday and being on the same weekend as the OSCF State Championship on the second Sunday. The June Sunday Quads is on the fourth Sunday to avoid being on Father’s day. December Sunday Quads is on the fourth Sunday to avoid conflicting with the Portland Winter Open. 5) The Game in 60 is usually on the last Saturday each month. The April game in 60 is on the second to last Saturday to avoid being on the same weekend as the Sunday Quads. The May Game in 60 is on the second Saturday to avoid competing with the Washington Open on the last Saturday and being on the same weekend as the Sunday Quads on the third weekend (putting the Sunday Quads on the second Sunday so the Game in 60 could be on the third Saturday would have put the Sunday Quads on Mother’s Day). The August Game in 60 is on the second to last Saturday to avoid conflicting with the Oregon Open. The November Game in 60 is on the second to last Saturday to avoid being on Thanksgiving weekend and conflicting with the Washington Class Championships. 6) The Unrated Rapid usually on a Saturday each month where we don’t have another tournament scheduled for that weekend. The April Unrated Rapid is on April 27 instead of April 13 to avoid competing with the OSCF State Championship and the May Unrated Rapid is on May 19 instead of May 26 to avoid competing with the Washington Open. No Unrated Rapid in July due to the Portland Rapid and Blitz Championships. 7) The 9th Annual Oregon Senior Open was moved from April to March as the only weekend available for it in April would have put it back to back with another two-day tournament and conflicted with the OSCF State Championship. 8) All of the above tournaments are sponsored and run by the Portland Chess Club except this years Oregon State Championship & Invitational, Oregon Senior Open, and Oregon Class Championships which are sponsored and run by the Oregon Chess Federation and the Vancouver Open which is sponsored by the Washington Chess Federation. This year’s Oregon Open is co-sponsored and run with the Oregon Chess Federation.

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