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Friday, February 01, 2008

USCF Membership Breakdown


Texas 7978
New York 7191
S. California 4596
Illinois 4586
N. California 4505
Florida 4320
Pennsylvania 3459
New Jersey 3277
Virginia 2669
Ohio 2584
Arizona 2412
Michigan 2388
North Carolina 2165
Maryland 2055
Kentucky 2038
Massachusetts 1904
Indiana 1752
Georgia 1652
Tennessee 1613
Missouri 1327
Connecticut 1317
Washington 1290
Wisconsin 1252
Colorado 1164
Minnesota 1117
Oklahoma 886
Nevada 880
New Mexico 843
Alabama 780
Oregon 769
Louisiana 721
Iowa 644
Kansas 547
Maine 503
Utah 502
South Carolina 476
New Hampshire 468
West Virginia 368
Nebraska 316
Mississippi 299
Arkansas 280
Rhode Island 253
Idaho 237
District of Columbia 220
Vermont 208
Hawaii 201
South Dakota 193
Delaware 160
Alaska 135
North Dakota 98
Montana 84
Wyoming 57

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Canada 372
Foreign (ex Mex/Can) 391
US Territories 151
Military 98
Mexico 52
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2 Comments:

  • At Monday, February 11, 2008 1:25:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    Go Texas go!

     
  • At Thursday, May 15, 2008 7:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    It would be nice if the Tennessee and Texas Chess Associations became Gold Members, given all the benefits they get from USCF.

    Being a chess organizer in New York, USCF membership is a tough sell after when we went through. It isn't our fight.

     

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