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    Default 2018 NAYCC - Mexico

    Rules for Selection of Official Players for 2018 NAYCC

    1. CYCC champion in same age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player.
    2. Second place CYCC player in same age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player
    3. CYCC champion moving up age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player.
    4. Second place CYCC player moving up age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player
    5. Third place CYCC player in same age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player
    6. Third place CYCC player moving up an age group who didn't go to WYCC as official player
    7. Highest placing CYCC player whether in the same age group or moving up who did not go to WYCC as official player. Ties are resolved by highest rating.
    8. Anyone in the appropriate age group who played in CYCC.
    9. Anyone in the appropriate age group.
    10. In case player(s) graduate into an older age bracket. The one not moving up an age bracket would have priority over someone moving up.
    11. If none of the qualifying players. Rating is a tie break after CYCC position if you have two players who did not attend CYCC.
    Cheers,

    Undriadi

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    The 2018 North American Youth Chess Championships will be held November 16 – 21, 2018 at the Hotel Puerto Nuevo Baja Hotel & Villas, Puerto Nuevo, Baja California, Mexico.
    The age categories for the 2018 North American Youth are U8, U10, U12, U14, U16, and U18. Each category has Open and Girls sections. A player’s age for this tournament is his/her age as of January 1, 2018. Medals as well as direct FIDE titles and norms are awarded to the top three players in each section. For more information on the titles/norms available, see last page under Title and Award section.
    2017 North American Youth Champions (gold medalists) qualify as personal rights (PR) players, and receive 60% conditions from the organizers.
    Registration for the 2018 North American Youth Chess Championship must be done thru Youth Coordinator cfcyouthchess@gmail.com by Saturday Sept 15. The organizing committee offers 60% conditions for PR (Personal Right) and OR (Official Right) players, as mentioned above, but all other players must pay their own entry fees, hotel fees, food, transportation, and travel.

    Complete information can be found in the event regulations
    https://fideamerica.com/index.php/me...a-del-mar-2018
    Registration : send email to cfcyouthchess@gmail.com with player’s name, player’s birthday, section, parent’s name and email contact.
    Official player spots are all claimed.
    Additional players can be added until Saturday Sept 15.
    If you have any questions, after you have read the tournament regulations document, please email Youth Coordinator.

    Thank you,
    Youth Coordinator
    cfcyouthchess@gmail.com

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    Team Canada

    Personal Rights
    Open U-16: Qiuyu Huang (2017 NAYCC champion)


    Official players
    Girls U-08: Alina Yuexi Chen
    Girls U-10: Mitchell Hua
    Girls U-12: Julia Tsukerman
    Girls U-14: Kylie Tan
    Girls U-16: Andrea Botez
    Open U-08: Yungi (Lucas) Liu
    Open U-10: Ethan Su
    Open U-12: Alan Bui
    Open U-14: Patrick Huang
    Open U-16: Henry Zhang
    Open U-18: Eugene Hua


    Additional players
    Girls U-12: Isamel Shen
    Girls U-16: Cynthia Cui

    Open U-12: Jacob Gaisinsky
    Open U-14: Tyler Tanaka
    Open U-14: Callum Yoker
    Open U-16: Adam Gaisinsky
    Open U-16: William Li
    Open U-16: Daniel Wei

    Christina Tao
    Youth Coordinator
    cfcyouthchess@gmail.com

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    Good Morning chess families,

    Congratulations on all official players and welcome to all additional players.

    The 2018 North American Youth Chess Championships will be held November 16 – 21, 2018 at the Hotel Puerto Nuevo Baja Hotel & Villas, Puerto Nuevo, Baja California, Mexico.
    The age categories for the 2018 North American Youth are U8, U10, U12, U14, U16, and U18. Each category has Open and Girls sections. A player’s age for this tournament is his/her age as of January 1, 2018. Medals as well as direct FIDE titles and norms are awarded to the top three players in each section. For more information on the titles/norms available, see last page under Title and Award section.
    2017 North American Youth Champions (gold medalists) qualify as personal rights (PR) players, and receive 60% conditions from the organizers.
    Registration for the 2018 North American Youth Chess Championship must be done thru Youth Coordinator cfcyouthchess@gmail.com by Saturday Sept 15. The organizing committee offers 60% conditions for PR (Personal Right) and OR (Official Right) players, as mentioned above, but all other players must pay their own entry fees, hotel fees, food, transportation, and travel.

    Complete information can be found in the event regulations
    https://fideamerica.com/index.php/me...a-del-mar-2018
    If you have any questions, after you have read the tournament regulations document, please email Youth Coordinator. However, I will be away from Aug 25-31. I will try to answer whenever I can.

    Thank you,

    Youth Coordinator
    Christina Tao
    cfcyouthchess@gmail.com

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    All the best to Team Canada!

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