2015 Mississippi State 3-Move &  Youth 3-Move National  
May 23rd 2015

Saturday, May 23rd at Hall II - ICHF, 220 Lynn Ray Road, Petal, MS 39465 (map)
(The Mississippi Open is traditionally held every Memorial Day weekend) as 2015 Memorial Day is Monday, 25th


Charles Walker announced that he and his staff are planning a one day MS State 3-Move Tournament in addition to the Youth 3-Move National which will be held the same day.
 

THE INTERNATIONAL CHECKER HALL OF FAME
220 LYNN RAY ROAD PETAL, MS 39465
TEL. 601-307-5050 OR
601-582-7090
INVITES YOU TO COME TO THE MISSISSIPPI STATE OPEN CHECKER TOURNAMENT ON SATURDAY, MAY 23, 2015.
EVERYONE IS INVITED, YOU CAN CHOOSE TO PLAY OR JUST WATCH THE FUN.

THERE ARE FOUR CATEGORIES OF PARTICIPATION:
 1. YOUTH DIVISION AGES 7 Ė 18 (Top 3 Winners will Receive Prize and Award)
 2. LADIES DIVISION (Top 3 Winners will Receive Prize and Award)
 3. MENíS MAJOR DIVISION (Top 3 Winners will Receive Prize and Award)
 4. OVERALL CHAMPION (Prize and Award)

 
 Note: Prize and Certificates for all Youth Players
 Complimentary Buffet Lunch at Noon for Everyone
 Registration 8A.M. - 9A.M.  |  Play Starts a 9A.M.
 Complimentary bed and meals for out-of-town Guests

THIS EVENT IS OPEN FOR ALL.  PLEASE COME AND BRING A FRIEND AND ENJOY THE FUN!


Results:

Charles Walker reported: I counted 53 persons on the sign in register, but some were moms and dads bringing their children. I believe there were 5 youth in ages 6-9, 16 in ages 10-12, 8 in ages 13-15, and Josh Parker had no one but himself in the 16-18 group so he played with the adult men which had 6. There were no women who wanted to compete except one who came in late and brought 5 youth, but because they were too late to play. We had a non official match among them and awarded them ICHF prizes and certificates for their participation.  Bill Parker won the MS State Championship and was the Top Overall Champion. All together there were 36 official ACF/ ICHF participants and 6 non official ICHF participants. Sam Parker and Teresa Stuart were referees and I assisted them. The rest were spectators. Sam Parker only listed the top 3 winners in each group. Hope this helps. So to summarize the event, it was staged at a sociable, easygoing, fun checker party with 50 + youth and adults and Bill Parker winning the MS State and overall tournament.


2015 Tournament Dates