Teaching chess since 1996
September brings four Friday night tournaments and continues with group lessons for our beginners, novices, and intermediate player. The three players with the largest upset victories in September will win a 1-month diamond membership at chess.com. After three weeks, here is our leaders’ board for the top upsets.
In-person Beginner’s/Novice Class: Sept 24
Our next Intermediate class is:
Tuesday, September 19
Our club has challenged Bobby Fischer, the 11th World Champion, to some chess matches. Each match has twelve games, and we played six games against him last week by joining games he played at critical positions and deciding what move to make. We’re improving our skills on how to analyze positions.
We meet from 7:30 - 8:30 on Tuesday nights.
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Coaches are available for individual or group coaching or for any of our classes. Visit the Coaches page to get information about coaching, and contact firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a coach or to request a class.
Our club was challenged to a chess game by the Opening 64 Chess Club from The Netherlands. When it’s our turn, we get to vote on the move that our club wants to make. You must join the Fort Bend Chess Club on chess.com to add your vote. Here is the latest position, as of Sep 14. We’re White, and it’s their move.