Top 100 Chess Clubs (pg 4)

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rmis 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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61.  Carolina Chess Club
11116-C S. Tryon St. Charlotte, NC 28273

The membership dues will be used to host chess related lectures. These lectures will be free to members, $5 for non-members. The dues will be also used for special events like end-of-year award party, etc.


62.  Nashville Chess Center
2911 Belmont Blvd Nashville , TN 37212 , US

Our next series of chess camps will be our annual summer camps! Year after year, these camps sell out. More parents are understanding the important, educational benefits of learning chess for their children. The NCC provides a safe enviroment with a professional child-care staff and the best chess teachers the state of Tennessee has to offer. more..


63.  Memphis Chess Club Inc
Bharat Intl Market, 3675 Southwind Park Cove.

The Memphis Chess Club invites all area lovers of the royal game to join us and help continue the rejuvenation of America's second-oldest municipal chess club.



64.  USA Chess
www.usachess.com

USA Chess provides chess activities for children in more than 100 US cities. Activities include a national summer chess camp tour, scholastic tournaments, school chess programs and private/group lessons.



65.  The Dealey Chess Club

susanbreeding@hotmail.com

The Dealey Chess Club is one of the most active childrens chess clubs in Dallas and maintains a small facility in North Dallas. Within the club we have a number of educational resources, including a collection of chess books and a computer with chess software for chessplayers use. We host rated and unrated tournaments. We also have regular lectures and lessons from skilled chess teachers.We currently have over 80 members and are getting new members every year.


66.  Texas Tech University Chess Club
Chess@ttu.edu

The Knight Raiders are the Texas Tech University chess club. They also serve the Health Sciences Center (HSC). Voting members and officers are registered TTU and HSC students (undergraduate or graduate). However, faculty, staff and community members may join as affiliate members.


67.  Chess for Education
ecchase@chessforeducation.com

With two decades of teaching chess to students in public schools we have many reasons why chess must become a permanent part of the school curriculum. It is our goal to continue to do this and at the same time try to get support from parents, teachers and administrators to help support our efforts. E.C. Chase started this program at Dorie Miller Elementary in 1983 and for many years he has helped many students improve academically and socially through chess. Our program will continue to work with all students and schools to help them develop and promote chess.


68.  San Antonio Chess Club
gstanley@flash.net

The purpose of the Club shall be primarily educational and instructional, with an aim toward broadening and developing chess as an art, recreation and significant element of culture in the community and state. The club is pledged to operate exclusively for educational, recreational and social purposes. Club funds are not to be used in any kind of political activities.


69.  Kaïssa Chess Club
Kaissa.Richmond@gmail.com

All meetings are free and open to the public. All you need to do is show up, bring your equipment and have fun! All ages and levels of play are encouraged to attend.


70.  Arlington Chess Club

matkins2@nospamcox.net

For over 2300 Friday evenings, players have competed on the Arlington ladder. Play one USCF rated game per week at 40/100 SD/60 against someone close to your own strength each week. The club has more than 300 active members. To play, arrive before 7:45 PM and check off your name on the ladder chart. Pairings begin at 8:00 p.m.
71.  The Chess House
http://www.chesshouse.com

We are chess organizers, directors, players and teachers. This web-site is dedicated to our chess programs and promoting chess in the Hampton Roads area.


72.  Edmonton Chess Club
(780) 424-0283

The club is usually open three days a week. (Except when special events occur.) Mondays and Saturdays feature casual chess which is best suited for those that are interested in coming to the club but don’t wish to play in serious events just yet. Still, players of all levels have been known to stop by for those events.


73.  Regina Chess Club
jemcintyre@accesscomm.ca

The Regina Chess Club is OPEN to ANYONE who is interested in chess; young or old, beginner or expert, male or female. All are welcome.


74.  Calgary Chess Club
fredandorroy@live.ca

The Calgary Chess Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of chess in the city of Calgary. Visit the Calgary Chess Club to discover the world of chess. Find out why the oldest game in the world is still the king of games.


75.  CALGARY JUNIOR CHESS CLUB
paul.gagne@cssd.ab.ca

The Calgary Junior Chess Club is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of junior chess in Calgary area. The club is open to every juniors from beginner to master. Our goal is to help children and youth become the best chess players possible. We use a combination of group lessons, practice and game analysis.


76.  University of Calgary Chess Association
chess@ucalgary.ca

The University of Calgary Chess Association is a meeting place for chess enthusiasts on and off the campus. Membership is open to all University of Calgary staff, students, and alumni. Play against your friends, Professional Chess Masters, We will have tournaments, blitzes, prizes, and maybe even trips to larger chess tournaments.


77.  University of Alberta Chess Club
chem_kat@hotmail.com

All skill levels are welcome and do attend On one end of the spectrum we've taught some people the rules of the game ... on the other, we've had exchange students on national teams from countries around the world.



78.  Grande Prairie Chess Club

database@telusplanet.net

We are always looking for new members to join our club. Currently, we have members at all levels from beginner to expert. School age children are especially welcome! To play at our club on a regular basis, you simply need to purchase a yearly membership to the Grande Prairie Chess Society. Once you do this, you will be able to have free access to Grande Prairie Chess Club. More importantly, for the improving players, you will be able to check out books, videos, dvds, cds and magazines from our extensive chess library.


79.  University of Lethbridge Chess Club
thomas.fox@uleth.ca

The University of Lethbridge Chess Club operates on both a friendly and competitive basis. We are here to promote chess in the community and to simultaneously promote individual improvement. The club is open for anyone in the community. The yearly fee is $5.


80.  The Scarborough Chess Club

www.scarboroughChessClub.ca

We are a volunteer-run chess club located in the Scarborough area of Toronto. Founded in 1960, the Scarborough Chess Club is proud to be one of the longest running community-based chess clubs in Canada. Affiliated with the Chess Federation of Canada, we welcome players of all ages and strengths. Open for casual play as well as regular Chess Federation of Canada-rated tournaments, the club provides chess pieces, boards and clocks for all games.


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