We are thrilled to announce a masterclass as part of the 58th American Open to elevate your chess game like never before! Whether you are an aspiring chess master or a professional, this workshop is to enhance your skills and understanding of the game. Get ready to sharpen your skills, refine your strategy, and take … Continue reading MasterClass Workshop at the American Open
American Open is less than a month away! Join your fellow chess players and sign up early; entry fee increases starting November 1, 2023. Main Tournament – Open (norm possible! with 9 rounds); Under 2000 will now also be FIDE rated Scholastic Tournaments will be on Fri, Sat, and Sun Blitz - Saturday evening Action - Sunday afternoon MasterClass Workshop with Grandmaster … Continue reading Upcoming Chess Club Events!
This Scholastic tournament is for players in Kindergarten to 12th grade. An active US Chess Federation membership is required to play. Applications/renewals for US Chess memberships can be made onsite. Pre-register at the chess club or online to save your seats! https://www.eventbrite.com/e/chesspalaces-october-scholastic-tournament-registration-699290636117?aff=CPWebsite
American Open registration is now open! Rate increases starting October 1, 2023. Main Tournament - Open (norm possible! with 9 rounds); Under 2000 will now also be FIDE rated Scholastic Tournaments will be on Fri, Sat, and Sun Blitz on Saturday Action on Sunday New Event! MasterClass Workshop with GM Melik Khachiyan will be on … Continue reading October News
Entering a chess tournament can be an exciting endeavor, filled with opportunities for learning, competition, and camaraderie. In this blog post, we'll explore three common reasons people join chess tournaments. Curiosity About Your Chess Strength One of the primary motivations for entering a chess tournament is the desire to gauge your relative strength as a … Continue reading Your Chess Journey: Reasons to Join Tournaments