Chess in Equatorial Guinea

Story submitted by Seth Talyansky, email talyanskys@catlin.edu. We, the leaders of the Catlin Gabel Chess Club, investigated the circumstances of chess in Equatorial Guinea (EG), the only Spanish-speaking country in Africa, as a project for Spanish class. After Seth’s saga of efforts to connect us with people in EG, which we recount in an article for… Continue reading Chess in Equatorial Guinea

Inland Empire Open article

Posted by Spokane Chess Club on facebook: HAVRILLA, CAMBARERI WIN INLAND EMPIRE OPEN April 29-30 Top seeds Michael Cambareri and Mark Havrilla won this year’s Inland Empire Open with scores of 4.0. Mark beat Michael in round four, but was held to a final round draw while Michael scored a comeback victory in a fascinating… Continue reading Inland Empire Open article

Portland June Summer Open and G/60 Events

Portland CC Summer Open (June 21-22) As reported by Brian Berger, “Preregistration numbers for the Portland Chess Club’s Summer Open tournament gave the first hint that a full house could be expected. And a full house it was, as 42 players gathered to test their playing skills–many of them new faces to this reporter.” The… Continue reading Portland June Summer Open and G/60 Events

Picture taken at Tacoma Chess Club

Vivi Bartron posted this photo on facebook so I assume she took it. This not the Tacoma CC that I remember visiting several years ago. This looks like more space than I remember. Maybe some one can take some more photos. Understand there maybe some new type events held there next Spring.

Tacoma Chess Times News from Tacoma CC

TACOMA CHESS TIMES 1/21/2013 by Vivi Bartron Don’t forget to come to the general membership meeting Friday night Jan. 25th at 8:30 pm. Your input is needed. Agenda: Minutes from last meeting Financial report Tournament report Membership report Other officer reports New Business: Results from survey conducted last Oct. New computer for club to replace one… Continue reading Tacoma Chess Times News from Tacoma CC