TUESDAY NIGHT ACTION

WEEKLY RATED PLAY

The CCC conducts a weekly US Chess rated game every Tuesday night. This is a great way for players to get weekly practice without committing a whole weekend to play a tournament. In addition, there is a free lecture before the games begin. TNA (lecture and game) is free for members! 

HOW IT WORKS

  • Lecture with FM Peter Giannatos prior to rated games from 6:15pm-7:00pm

  • Players must register weekly and in advance using the online registration system

  • Each Tuesday evening will be limited to the first 62 players to register

  • Entries are first registered, first served

WHEN

Every Tuesday!

WHERE

Charlotte Chess Center

10700 Kettering Drive, Unit E

Charlotte, NC 28226

CCC HOURS

6:00pm - 10:00pm​

START TIME

7:00pm

GAMES

1 Round Weekly, Rated After 4 Rounds/Weeks

SECTIONS (NEW)

TOP (1600+)

Under 1600

Under 1200

Players do not need to choose their section upon registration. The director will assign players accordingly.

TIME CONTROL

G/60; Increment 5

US Chess Regular Rated - US Chess Membership Required 

ENTRY FEE

Free, must be a CCC Member​ - CCC membership only $40/year - join today!​

OTHER NOTES

  • Director will assign players to sections based on their current ratings

  • Director will pair players close in rating 

  • Open to all adults (any rating) and scholastic players rated 800+ USCF

  • Players in grades K-8 and rated under 800 - see Friday Action Quads

  • For all future CCC events, bookmark our events calendar

  • All players must use CCC equipment - wooden sets and digital clocks provided

WITHDRAWALS/CONTACT

  • If you register but cannot play, email events@charlottechesscenter.org or call 980-265-1156 by 6:30pm to drop out.

  • Players who no-show forfeit without notice may not be permitted to play in future Tuesday Night Action games

  • Once spots are filled, players may email events@charlottechesscenter.org to be placed on the waitlist.

REGISTER HERE

Registration Closes at 6:45pm Every Tuesday

See Weekly Results Here