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Armis is a high-strategy board game, designed for brain-game enthusiasts.


The objective is simple -- capture your opponent's Flag, s

uccess is often achieved through good planning, astute situational assessment, and brilliant implementation.


Benefits of Playing Armis
  • Armis develops critical thinking skills,
  • Armis builds self-esteem, skills are certain and measurable, not conditioned on any financial, academic, or social class,
  • Armis inspires you to be inventive, 
  • Armis emboldens you to learn and understand complex matters easier and faster,
  • Armis spurs you to plan for and attain success, 
  • In a narrow way, some could say Armis furthers a scientific way of thinking -- you decide on a hypothesis, then you make your ‘move’ to test it.   

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       1.  Chess Trainer
 Pingle Chow, Dombivli,India, Alabama

Live, Interactive Training: This is real time coaching in our online classroom where a student is trained by our coach with voice chat. This direct interaction helps a student learn faster and saves time spent in other methods of training like exchanging mails. Here you can talk to a coach and ask him whatever you want and you will get a reply immediately.



2.  Chess Club @ ASU
Arizona State University

The Chess Club @ ASU is very active. For casual players we offer club meetings every Thursday evening in the Memorial Union, and casual play on Wednesday mornings and afternoons outside by the MU fountain. Additionally, IM Danny Rensch will be giving presentations, some for beginners and some for serious players. He also runs serious rated tournaments, known as the "Master Trek", which are free for ASU students.



3.  New Britain Assyrian Club

39 South Street, New Britain CT, 06051

New Britain Chess Club is one of the strongest chess clubs in the state of Connecticut. Our club is home to several Masters, and has 14 players over the rank of 2000. Our club meets on Tuesday nights at the Assyrian Club on South Street in New Britain, Connecticut. We have frequent tournaments, many of which are open to outside players. Come and play or analyze with some of the strongest players in the state.


4.  Bear Scholastic Chess Club
101 Governors Pl, Bear, DE 19701-3096

Casual Play, USCF Rated Events, Blitz Events, League Play, Club Championships, non-USCF instructional tournaments, Sets Available, Clocks Available, Classes Offered, Lectures Offered, Private Lessons Offered, Simuls Offered, Under Age 18 Permitted, Beginners Welcome, Handicap Accessible.



5.  Tallahassee Chess Club

209 W. Georgia Street Tallahassee, FL 32301

You are welcomed to join us no matter your playing strength or age. There are a wide range of players from beginners to masters, young and old. We are here to have fun and help you get better.



6.  The St Petersburg Chess Club

540 4th Avenue North St. Petersburg, FL 33701

Welcome to the St. Petersburg Chess Club of Tampa Bay, Florida. We welcome chess players of all ages and strengths. Our members include some of the strongest chess players in Florida and the Tampa Bay area. The club is open for casual play and also runs chess tournaments.


7.  Daytona Beach Chess Club
1101 N Atlantic Ave (A1A) Daytona Beach, FL 32118

The Daytona Beach Chess Club meets from 6:30 to 10:00 pm Wednesday evenings at the Peggy Schnebly Recreation Center.



8.  Jacksonville Chess Club
www.jaxchess.org

There are many resources available on the site. Here you will find links to training videos, chess news, daily puzzles and more. You can also, join us for an online game. We hope you find this site useful and informative. We also, hope that you will consider becoming a part of the chess community here in the Greater Jacksonville Area.


9.  Palm Beach Gardens Chess Club
www.palmbeachchessclub.info

Palm Beach Gardens Chess Club Will Meet Every two Saturdays a month beginning in October 2012, (the first and third Saturdays of the month) from 9:30 am to 4 pm.
at the Village of North Palm Beach Library. The Club is open to all players. Parking is free. No smoking permitted.
For more information call the Club President and Tournament Director



10.  Stormont Kings Chess Club
www.stormontkingschess.com

The Stormont Kings Chess Club is a scholastic affiliate of the United States Chess Federation (USCF). Chris Stormont, the Founder and President, started the club in 1991. For the past nineteen years, the club has been dedicated to teaching the game of chess to children of all ages, academic backgrounds and developmental stages. Over 30 students have won state and national chess tournaments. Hundreds of other children throughout Miami-Dade County enroll in the program just to learn how to play.







11.  SW Florida Chess Club
www.swfloridachessclub.com

Welcome to the SW Florida Chess Club! We are a casual club providing a venue for chess playing residents and visitors of SW Florida, including: Naples, Bonita Springs, Estero, Ft. Myers and Marco Island.


12.  Central Florida Chess Club (CFCC)

centralflchess.org

The CFCC is the major United States Chess Federation affiliate in Central Florida dedicated to the advancement of chess to all people by means of club activities, instructions, school partnerships, and tournaments of all sizes.


13.  Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis
saintlouischessclub.org

It is the mission of the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis, an educational organization, to maintain a formal program of instruction to teach the game of chess and to promote and support its educational program through community outreach and local and national partnerships to increase the awareness of the educational value of chess.


14. San Diego Chess Club

2225 Sixth Avenue, San Diego, California

The club also has chess equipment available for sale. Chess pieces, boards, bags, chess clocks and score pads. The club also has an extensive chess library available to it's members.


15.  Kid Chess
www.kidchess.com

We firmly believe in our motto of "Chess Makes You Smart; We Make it Fun." Our flagship enrichment program "Fun With Chess" brings the benefits of chess to children in a manner that is both engaging and fun.



16.  Mililani Chess Club

mililanichess.homestead.com

The purposes of the club are: to operate for educational and training purposes with particular emphasis toward children; to advocate and teach chess as an intellectual path that trains and enhances thinking skills and many more. more..


17.  Maui Chess Club
60 E. Wakea Ave., Suite 101 Kahului, Maui, HI 96732

Maui Chess Club Meets every Thursday, 6:00PM - 9:00PM Bring board and clock if you have. The food at the restaurant is very good and reasonably priced so you can have dinner there too if you like.


18. Windward Chess & Go Club

46-056 Kamehameha Hwy Kaneohe, Hawaii 96744

Our main goal is to promote Chess and Go to the community to enjoy. WCGC combines educational and social activities. Members come to play, to learn, and to get together with old friends and make new ones. The players, no matter what their level of skill, experience, or age - speak a common language, and one that is often not understood in other areas of a person's life. The rivalries are friendly; the friendships are competitive.


19.  Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation

www.renaissanceknights.org

Renaissance Knights Chess Foundation is a non-profit 501(C)(3) organization which provides affordable, fun and high quality chess education to schools and community groups through their enrichment programs and during the school day as a supplemental curriculum to the existing core curriculum.



20.  The Indiana Chess Institute
www.indianachessinstitute.com

The Indiana Chess Institute (ICI) is the state's only resource for connecting those interested in improving their chess game with people who can help. We specialize in private, group, and school chess lessons. Our coaches are the best in the state with strong ratings and years of experience.
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