PLYMOUTH CHESS CLUB
at the Plymouth Bridge Club
1 Moor View Terrace
Plymouth PL4 7EB
Session dates for 2019/20:
(Mondays and Wednesdays 6pm-10pm)
Monday 16th September 2019 – Monday 16th December 2019
Monday 6th January 2020 – Wednesday 20th May 2020
Always Closed on Bank Holidays
Plymouth Bridge Club,
1 Moor View Terrace,
Plymouth PL4 7EB
(near the Fortescue pub)
There is a large pay & display car park, just two minutes walking, situated over the railway line, on the other side of the main road (Mutley Plain). Free car parking is available in some of the adjoining streets which do not have restrictions.
The subscription is £28 for full Members. Unemployed & Students £14. Juniors under 18 free. The English Chess Federation ‘Bronze’ membership is £18.
Newcomers are welcome to attend a few sessions without charge, until they have made up their minds whether they wish to join. Just come along to the Club on the dates listed above.
The Club runs a number of internal Club competitions to suit different levels of players strength and also participates in the Torbay Chess League and the Devon County Chess Association.
The Chess Club re-opens on Monday 16th September 2019
Forhcoming events at the Club are:
Mon 23rd Sept ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 7pm
Wed 25th Sept ANNUAL RAPIDPLAY
Mon 30th Sept CLUB CHAMPION SIMULTANEOUS
6th Plymouth Rapidplay
Sunday 1st December 2019
( Entry Form Link )
Inter-Area Jamboree, Courtenay Centre,
Newton Abbot 13th January 2019
The South Hams and Plymouth clubs joined forces to represent "West Devon". Newton Abbot and Teignmouth formed the "South Devon" team, while members of the Exeter, Exmouth and Tiverton clubs represented "East Devon"
Tony Tatam, non-playing match captain for the West, said:
- I set out to try and balance the team with 6 players from South Hams and 6 from Plymouth which I eventually achieved.
- We finished with 8 points which were evenly spread with 4 from South Hams and 4 from Plymouth. What more could I ask for?
- Well done everyone, great team effort and great result.
Results Link (Courtesy of Southhams Chess Club)
Christmas PLYMOUTH CHESS RAPIDPLAY 2018
21 players participated in the Annual Christmas Rapidplay/Blitz at the Plymouth Chess Club.
There were shocks galore throughout the rounds but the biggest shock of all was Graham Mill-Wilson dispatching the top two seeds as he cruised through the tournament as outright winner on 6/6.
Plamen Sivrev finished 2nd with Paul Brooks, Mick Stinton-Brownbridge, Ben Wilkinson, Megan O'Brien and Alan Crickmore all finishing equal 3rd.