Sunday March, 26th

1615 Beacon Street Brookline, MA

Registration is now closed.

RSM Foundation is proud to host two-time Olympic Gold Medalist (2010-2012) and international competition chess champions respectively, Grandmaster Nadezhda Kosintseva & Grandmaster Leonid Kritz, who will be on site for chess game analysis.

FORMAT: 5-Round Swiss, Game 30/d5; USCF rated (2 sections) and non-rated (2 sections)

CHECK-IN: 8:30 – 9:30 am

ROUNDS: 10 AM; rest ASAP

AWARDS CEREMONY: No Later than 5:00 pm

ENTRY FEE: $20 by 2/26; $25 by 3/25; $30 on site.

QUESTIONS:  Mikhail.korenman@rsmfoundation.org

ELEMENTARY (K-5):

Varsity: open to all. Non-USCF rated.
Trophies: top 5 players 

Junior Varsity: open to Under 800 USCF rated.
Trophies: top 5 players

SECONDARY (K-12):

Varsity: open to all. Non-USCF rated.
Trophies: top 5 players

Junior Varsity: open to all USCF rated above 800.
Trophies: top 5 players

Mission

The RSM Foundation is committed to the promotion of STEM activities for K-­12 students. With the belief that Mathematics is the queen of the sciences, the Foundation advocates for the adoption of world­-class standards and supports the implementation of innovative mathematical programs in a diverse context across the United States and abroad. The RSM Foundation strives to develop world leading intellectuals in STEM fields, who will compete and collaborate across the country.




Pure mathematics is, in its way, the poetry of logical ideas.

Albert Einstein