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Scholastic Chess in Wyoming


Gabviel Bar-or - 2015 1st Place


Liberty McDonald - 2015 2nd Place


John Hill - 2015 3rd Place


All 2015 Participants

2015 Scholastic Championship, October 3, 2015
Participants: Gabviel Bar-or, Liberty McDonald, John Hill, Alex Bates, Diaz Derets, Sam Lima, Sebastien Carr, Natasha Muromcew, Ramiro Gonzalez, Damaris McDonald, and Jasper Brandenburg.

2003 Wyoming Scholastic Tournament Winners
Andrew M. Smith, Wyoming 7-12 rated Tournament Winner (left)
Jesse Cohen, Out of State Tournament Winner 7-12 rated (right)

In 2004 Andrew Smith was the Wyoming State Champion and that same year Jesse Cohen was the Colorado State Champion. Both players have gone on to become Experts.

The Tri-State Fred Reinfeld Foundation is a non-profit tax exempt foundation that was established to encourage young people to play and enjoy the game of chess. Brian Walker of Cheyenne is the President Please contact Brian at brianret@yahoo.com if you would like help with a chess club in your town or school. Watch the Wyoming Chess web site for the date and time of the Wyoming Scholastic Chess Championship. There are rated and unrated sections, trophies and certificates. This tournament draws young people from Colorado and Wyoming ranging in ages from Kindergarten to 12th grade. This tournament has become a much anticipated event around the state with players coming from Rawlins, Casper, Green River, Laramie, Sundance and a host of other towns.

The Wyoming Scholastic Chess Championship allows young women and young men to qualify to represent Wyoming at either the Susan Polgar Tournament or the Denker Tournament for High School Champions. These tournaments are held at the US Open Chess Tournament every year. Wyoming's last Denker player was Andrew Smith of Cheyenne. We hope that somewhere there is a young man or young woman who would like to take up the challenge of representing Wyoming. These tournaments allow young people to make friendships and create memories of a lifetime. Hope you can come to play in the Wyoming Scholastic Chess Championship.

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