Home

WELCOME TO THE TENNESSEE CHESS ASSOCIATION WEBSITE

CURRENT STATE CHAMPIONS:

2018 TN OPEN STATE CO-CHAMPIONS: RONALD BURNETT & YURI BARNAKOV

2019 HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPION: FOREST CHEN

2019 JUNIOR HIGH STATE CHAMPION: DHRUV CHANDRA

2019 ELEMENTARY STATE CHAMPION:  RONIT CHANDRA

2019 PRIMARY STATE CHAMPION:  ASHISH KALAGA

2019 HIGH SCHOOL TEAM CHAMPION:  MONTGOMERY BELL ACADEMY

2019 JUNIOR HIGH TEAM CHAMPION:  MONTGOMERY BELL ACADEMY

2019 ELEMENTARY TEAM CHAMPION:  GRAHAMWOOD ELEMENTARY

2019 PRIMARY TEAM CHAMPION:  UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF NASHVILLE

2019 ALL-GIRLS STATE CHAMPION:  SYDNEY KONG

2019 SENIOR CO-CHAMPIONS:  RONALD BURNETT & PETER BEREOLOS

2019 HOME SCHOOL HIGH SCHOOL STATE CHAMPION: JOSHUA CAMPBELL

2019 HOME SCHOOL JUNIOR HIGH STATE CHAMPION:  HARRY CAMPBELL

2019 HOME SCHOOL ELEMENTARY STATE CHAMPION: MAXWELL CAMPBELL

2019 HOME SCHOOL PRIMARY STATE CHAMPION:  JACOB BARTON

RECENT EVENTS:

2019 TN HOME SCHOOL SCHOLASTIC STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Players beginning round 1 at the 2019 TN Home School Scholastic State Championship in Spring Hill, June 8, 2019.

2019 TENNESSEE SENIOR OPEN RESULTS

2019 TENNESSEE ALL-GIRLS CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

2019 STATE SCHOLASTIC TEAM CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS

Teams      Primary Players     Elementary     Jr High     High School

2019 REGIONAL TEAM RESULTS

Reg 1 Team         Reg 2 Team         Reg 3 Team        Reg 4 Team
Reg 1 Plyrs          Reg 2 Plyrs          Reg 3 Plyrs         Reg 4 Plyrs
                              Reg 2 Prim/B

2019 Tennessee Scholastic Individual Championship at Tennessee Tech University, February 16, 2019

2019 STATE  SCHOLASTIC INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Primary        Elementary        Jr High        High School

2019 REGIONAL SCHOLASTIC INDIVIDUAL RESULTS

Reg 1         Reg 2        Reg 3        Reg 4

RESULTS FROM THE 2018 TENNESSEE OPEN STATE CHAMPIONSHIP  OPEN  AMATEUR

IN THE NEWS

Click HERE for the latest edition of Tennessee Chess News.  To join our mailing list, subscribe at this LINK.

TCA has been working to make more of our Tennessee Chess History available on the web.  Click on our Newsletter Archive to revisit old TCNs.  Do you have issues missing from our collection or issues in better condition?  Please send them to Newsletter Coordinator.

Try a new Chess Club – Murfreesboro Chess Club – Tuesdays 7pm at McDonalds (1706 Memorial Blvd)  Click Here for info

Tennessee Chess Association has been selected for the
2015 Best of Crossville Awards for Community Organization.

*WHY CHESS?
THE MORALS OF CHESS BY BENJAMIN FRANKLIN (1750)
The game of Chess is not merely an idle amusement. Several very valuable qualities of the mind, useful in the course of human life, are to be acquired or strengthened by it, so as to become habits, ready on all occasions. For life is a kind of chess, in which we have often points to gain, and competitors or adversaries to contend with, and in which there is a vast variety of good and ill events, that are, in some degree, the effects of prudence or the want of it. Click on the title, and read this remarkable piece!

*A BLAST FROM THE PAST
Moxon’s Master – Automaton Chessplayer
This story may have been inspired by Wolfgang von Kempelen’s remarkable mechanical chess player, which was created in 1770. Incredibly, it beat a number of chess experts in public matches. However, the real genius behind the automaton chess player was an assistant concealed inside the cabinet. This famous story was written by Ambrose Bierce in 1910. In it, you encounter the first chess playing automaton – a fully automated chess machine. You also first encounter the problems that humans have when they face superior machines.

*NY REGION
At a Brooklyn School, the Cool Crowd Pushes the King Around
By ANNE BARNARD and DYLAN LOEB McCLAIN
Chess dominates the culture at Intermediate School 318, where most students come from families with incomes below the federal poverty level.

*TN REGION
Major push made to popularize chess in Chattanooga
By CASEY PHILLIPS
Playing chess has many positive side effects that last long after the pieces have been packed away.

Comments are closed.