MIT Open Registration
Sunday, April 17th
4SS, G/60 d5. Stratton Student Center, 84 Massachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02139 (MIT campus, near Kendall red line stop). $$600 b/30 paid entries, $450 minimum (60% each prize). 3 sections: Open: $200 - $100 U1800: $120 - $60 U1400: $80 - $40. EF: $25 advance on
, $30 on-site. $10 off to current MIT students w/ID. Reg: 9-10:00 AM. Rds: 10-12:30-3:30-6. Ent./Inf.:
. Questions to
Filling out this form constitutes advance registration; bring payment on day of tournament.
Parking highly unlikely to be available; please plan on alternate transportation. Playing site is a ~10 minute walk from Kendall red line stop, located at Lobdell dining hall (second floor of the Stratton Student Center). Navigate to building W20 (Stratton Student Center) and follow signs/volunteers to tournament.
Minors may be required to have parents sign a waiver at registration.
Your name should be exactly as appears on your USCF membership. Feel free to include a nickname for pairing/posting purposes; e.g. Alexander "Alex" Katz.
Are you an MIT student?
[OPTIONAL] If so, include your ID# (and bring ID on day of tournament) to get discounted entry fee.
USCF ID #
Your 8-digit USCF ID can be found at
. If planning to purchase membership at tournament, enter '99999999'.
USCF rating (if known)
[OPTIONAL] Can be found at
Select which of Open, U1800, and U1400 you wish to play in. U1800/U1400 requires having a USCF rating below 1800 and 1400 respectively.
Contact information (e-mail)
An e-mail address where you can be reached prior to the tournament (for announcements, registration confirmation, etc.)
Contact information (phone)
[OPTIONAL] A phone number where you can be reached during the tournament (in case of emergency, lateness, etc.)
Are you a minor (17 or younger)?
[OPTIONAL] "You" refers to the player you are registering. This information has no effect on the tournament and will not be saved; we ask in order to comply with MIT policy. Note: If you are an MIT student who is also 17 or younger, for the purposes of this question you do NOT count as a minor.
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