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N12 ROYAL PALMS NATIONAL TOURNAMENT

The Illinois Shuffleboard Association is excited to be hosting their first National Tournament! It is Saturday and Sunday, August 6th and 7th, 2022 at the Royal Palms Shuffleboard Club in Chicago, IL.

This will be an ANY DOUBLES tournament, meaning you may partner with whomever you choose.

The tournament will require pre-registration, as the event is expected to sell out completely. General registration is planned to open on Wednesday May 4th.

Assuming they reach capacity, the first place prize will be at least $1000! The entry fee for the tournament is $35 per player ($70 per team).

Because of this limited capacity, we are reaching out to you now. Anyone who signs up at https://forms.gle/CSCMppsYqKLFHfNM8 will receive an invitation to register 2 days in advance of the general registration. This is to make sure the folks who are most interested in playing have a chance to register. This does not mean you have a confirmed spot in the tournament, this is indicating your interest in receiving a pre-registration link.

To ensure they have space for out of town shufflers, they will be limiting the number of folks who can register from Chicago initially and establishing a wait list, in case any spaces open up. Please do not attempt to register as an out of town player if you're local to Chicago, they will attempt to move you if there is capacity but otherwise will simply refund your registration fee, and you will not have a space in the tournament. Local Chicago players may register as out of town if their partner is from out of town.