Free Non-rated Online Scholastic Chess Tournaments | Mechanics' Institute

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Free Non-rated Online Scholastic Chess Tournaments
Tournaments

Monday, June 8, 2020 - 8:00am

Online Chess Tournaments
on chesskid.com


To get notifications on tournaments, please fill out the following google form:
https://forms.gle/kwpGSNfa2BV6zGah7

Chesskid.com is a safe, secure and fun platform for kids to learn and play chess, and participate in a wide variety of activities, including listening to lectures, doing puzzles, play with their friends, and participate in online tournaments.
 

Complete list of events, with links, please visit:

https://www.milibrary.org/chess-tournaments/scholastic-online-tournaments-chesskidcom

 

Mechanics' Institute Chess Club on chesskid.com:

GROUP:  https://www.chesskid.com/groups/sub/mechanics-institute

CLUB: https://www.chesskid.com/club/home/mechanics-chess-club

How to join our group & club?

If you are new: click on this link: https://www.chesskid.com/register/kid/group/QCJJNH

If you already have an account: registration key:  QCJJNH

  • Find the 6-digit Registration Key on the “Info” tab page of your Group. Give this code to the Kid.
  • Have the Kid log in to his own account & click the grey Settings icon. **They’ll need to log in from a browser for access to this page.**
  • Enter the Kid’s first & last name, and parent/guardian email.
  • Click “Do you have a Group Registration Key”
  • Enter the 6 digit Registration Key & click Save. The kid will be added to your Group.

If you already have an account - and you don't have a place to put the registration - need to make Mechanics' as secondary guardian

  • From your Parent account Home screen:
  • Click the "Kids" tab.
  • Select the "Edit Kid" option from the menu next to the kid account to which you'd like to add a guardian.
  • Click the "Edit Guardianship" option on the right side of the screen.
  • Enter 'chessroom@milibrary.org' & select "Add Guardian." This adds them as an additional Guardian; you remain the Primary Guardian of the account.

 

Chess Tournaments

Admission: 
Free for anyone
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