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  • One Day Rapid Chess Tournament

    The Trinidad & Tobago Chess Foundation together with Naparima College is pleased to present a One Day Rapid Chess Tournament.

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  • Chess Excitement comes to Paramin

    Nestling in the verdant foothills of the Northern Range, the village of Paramin has acquired a character of its own. Apart from its well known agricultural pursuits, the settlement is the traditional home of parang music and a "native" pride that keeps the picturesque practice of patois alive.

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  • Chess and The Nature of Life

    "I've seen chess players sit there calmly thinking about whether their next move is the right one or whether there are better moves to be made. Isn't that a real parallel to the nature of life, making the best choice in executing the next move..."

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  • Exciting End to Caribbean Chess Carnival

    The three-day event, a seven-round international competition organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Junior Chess Foundation and sponsored by First Citizens Asset Management Limited, came to an exciting end at the National Academy of the Performing Arts.

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  • Martin Siblings Shine In RHAND Tournament

    Athena Martin and her elder brother Mikel emerged as champions in their divisions at the RHAND Scholastic Chess Challenge held at the Pentecostal Light and Life Foundation High School, Sangster's Hill, Scarborough on the weekend.

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  • Singh takes Junior Chess honours

    Vishnu Singh concentrates on his next move in his game against Joshua Johnson National Junior Chess champion Vishnu Singh emerged victorious at the tenth Indian Arrival Day Junior Chess Open tournament. Singh was one of 103 participants who chose to engage in the tourney which was staged at Presentation College, Chaguanas, on the Indian Arrival holiday last week.

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  • Chess battles return to the Sister Isle

    After some 24 years, tournament chess returns to Tobago from July 5 to 6 with the RHAND Scholastic Open Chess. The event follows a "Chess-in-Schools" programme initiative in 2013 by RHAND Credit Union and the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation that introduced the game of chess in eight secondary schools in Tobago.

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  • Jamaicans dominate the 2013 CARIFTA Junior Chess Championship

    “Gladly!” The single response given by Shreyas “the FM-slayer” Smith who won the U-20 title in the 2013 CARIFTA Junior Chess Championships which concluded with a bang in Kingston, Jamaica on Monday April 8. The Championship, held at the Jamaica Conference Centre, was a five-day chess festival consisting of 7 rounds in a Swiss format.

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  • Chess Carnival Launches at Moulton Hall

    The tenth edition of the annual Caribbean Chess Carnival comes off in early August and this popular junior event is again expected to attract a large participation among young chess players of the region. The seven-round Swiss tournament, organised by the T&T Chess Foundation, had its ceremonial launching yesterday at the Moulton Hall Methodist Primary School in Port-of-Spain.

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  • Local Chessists 3rd in Miami Chess

    The Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation's team have much to celebrate following their 3rd and 4th place wins in the Team division of the Junior Orange Bowl International Scholastic held over the Christmas holidays.

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  • TTCF Invitational Christmas Hamper Tournament

    The TTCF recently held its inaugural Invitational Christmas Hamper Tournament on December 18, 2011, at NALIS in Port of Spain. The tournament saw nineteen (19) juniors competing for prizes in two categories: Open and Novice Section.

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  • Suriname International Chess Tournament Report

    As I begin, I would like to say that this Suriname Open Rotary Chess tournament, which saw participants engage in 7 rounds of play from November 24 to 27, 2011, was truly a pleasure to attend. It was well organized, well run and I really enjoyed the experience.

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  • Exciting end to Caribbean Chess Carnival

    Sixteen-year-old Keron Cabralis, Trinidad and Tobago's FIDE (World Chess Federation) Master, finished unbeaten en route to winning the Under-20 Category and the top-prize of $2,400 at the 2011 Caribbean Chess Carnival tournament.

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  • Girls emerge in AIB Chess

    Two juniors, Lexi Browne of Holy Name Preparatory School and Andre Sims of Fatima College took the top spots in the AIB One Day Rapid Play Chess tournament played at St. Augustine Girls’ High School on Saturday.

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  • Johnson - Amachi top South Chess

    Gabriella Johnson of Maria Regina Grade School and Presentation College’s Ayomide Amachi took top honours in the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation’s One-day Rapid Play tournament held on Saturday at Presentation College in San Fernando.

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  • Minister pledges support for chess foundation

    Prakash Ramadhar, Minister of Legal Affairs, right, at the chessboard with his brother Kishore during the Caribbean Chess Carnival. Looking on is US Grandmaster Gennady Sagalchik who won the open section of the tournament.

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  • The land of sun, music, beaches and chess!

    Trinidad is a land of natural beauty. A land of pride touting the infectious rhythm of Soca, the soothing beats of steel pan music and of the cricket legend Brian Lara. Its famous Maracas Beach is an attractive site for millions of tourists and the Carnival is reputed to be among the world’s best.

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  • Fireman Jerome Wins First Flight Chess

    Fireman Richard Jerome took top honours among players who participated in the First Flight Air Ambulance Company sponsored Chess Classic held on Saturday at St. Augustine Girl’s High School.  Jerome, a fireman by profession, played unbeaten in the Adult Novice section of the tournament capturing the top prize with a perfect score of 5 points from 5 games.

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  • Teacher wins AIB Chess

    Naresh Bhola, teacher at Presentation College, San Fernando had a lot to celebrate when he won the Adult Novice category of the Agostini Insurance Brokers (AIB) sponsored Rapid Play chess event held at St. Augustine Girls’ High School over the weekend.

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  • Chess battles make comeback in Tobago

    After some 20 years, tournament chess returned to Tobago on Saturday not with a bang, but not with a whimper either. The open event, following an eight-week programme of training for Tobagonians of all ages

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  • Orchard Grand Prix chess closes

    THE ORCHARD Junior Chess Grand Prix had its grand finale on Saturday. The finale saw the climax of a three-part series of events organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation where the overall winners were decided by an accumulation of their points from a total of three tournaments.

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  • Seth, set to win Grand Prix Chess

    Seth Lalla, a Standard one student of Diamond Vale Government Primary School had a lot to celebrate when he advanced his lead by winning the Under 1050 category of the Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix tournament held at the Nestle Sports Club, Valsayn over the weekend.

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  • Exciting Start to Grand Prix Chess

    Large turnout as Junior Chess Grand Prix kicked off this weekend. Ninety-two junior chess players cut short their Divali holiday to participate in the 2009 Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix which started on Saturday at the Nestle Sports Club, Valsayn.

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  • Ladies' First at Caribbean Chess Carnival

    For the first time in Trinidad and Tobago and the English speaking Caribbean, a chess tournament will be graced by the presence of a Woman Chess Grandmaster - Azerbaijanian Women's Chess grandmaster (WGM) Ilaha Kadimova.

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  • Battle of sexes in Chess Carnival

    Woman International Grandmaster (WIG) Ilaha Kadimova will be the star of the Caribbean Chess Carnival which comes off at the Queen’s Park Oval, St Clair from August 4-9.

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  • Ammon takes PowerGen Chess Title

    Jeremy Ammon retained the top spot in the PowerGen Junior Open held on Saturday at St. Augustine Girls’ High School. The competition which attracted 70 players was the fourth in a series of monthly events and was organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation to prepare young players for the up-coming Caribbean Chess Carnival, an international tournament scheduled for August 4th to 9th at the Queen’s Park Oval.

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  • In memory of Dr Chess

    Of all the players who held the title of national chess champion of Trinidad and Tobago, Dr Maxwell Sturm occupies a unique and distinguished place. Apart from his exploits over the chessboard at home and in the Caribbean, Dr Sturm was also a correspondence player of international repute and a prolific, informed and regular contributor to correspondence chess magazines in several countries.

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  • Eight year old chessist wins St Mary’s contest

    JUSTIN LABASTIDE scored his first victory on Saturday following his win in the National Championship held earlier this month. Labastide took honours in the under 1400 rating division of the Chess Foundation sponsored Junior Open held at St Mary’s College in Port-of-Spain.

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  • Grandmaster Holmes wins in Jamaica

    Spanish international chess Grandmaster Alfonso Romero Holmes justified his billing as the favourite by winning the Magnificent Chess-UWI Masters tournament that took place in Kingston, Jamaica from Monday 16th  March to Sunday 22nd March, 2009. Holmes was unbeaten on 5.5/6 after defeating Barbadian FM Delisle Warner in the seventh and final round.

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  • Youngsters prepare for Chess Carnival

    St Mary’s College student Jarryon Paul scored 4.5 points from five rounds to win the Under 1800 section of the open junior tournament organised by the T&T Chess Foundation at St Augustine Girls High School last Saturday.



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  • Chess blossoms at Library

    The National Library in Port-of-Spain will soon become a centre of activity for the country’s junior chess players. A programme for achieving this is being drawn up by the T&T Chess Foundation which has, within recent times, held a number of events at the venue, starting with an informal Friday afternoon playing room for its young chessists.

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  • Local Players shines in US chess

    Rafael Guerrero, a Form Five student of St Mary’s College, took second place out of a field of 12 players with an average rating of 1908 at the recent Dallas Scholastic Chess Championships. Guerrero ended the five-round Swiss tournament with 3.5 points behind Mitchell Powell, a 2107 rated player from the US, who finished with a perfect score. The tournament featured top scholastic players from the US and Canada with an average rating 1908.

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  • SAM AVEY wins First Flight Chess
     
  • Sam Avey, 9 year-old Dunross Co-operative Society School student, has joined the coterie of leading junior chess players by his impressive victory in an Invitational tournament which ended on Sunday at the National Library in Port of Spain.

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  • Exciting end to Orchard Chess
  • Hours before the scheduled start of the first game, parents and junior chessists, proudly wearing their bright orange Orchard jerseys, began trickling into the Nestlé Sports Club in anticipation of the day’s events.

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  • 38th World Chess Olympiad Dresden, Germany

    12 - 25 November 2008 Press Release 1: Sunday November 9th 2008 BARBADOS TEAM DEPARTS FOR DRESDEN - The Barbados Contingent for the 38th World Chess Olympiad departed from Grantley Adams Airport today on British Airways for Dresden, Germany.

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  • GIRLS EMERGE IN ORCHARD GRAND PRIX

    TWO juniors, Christopher Raphael of St Mary's College and Mahendra Singh of Montrose Chaguanas Government Primary School have perfect scores after both the first and second legs of the Orchard Junior Grand Prix being played at the Nestle Sports facility, Valsayn. Raphael leads the eight players in the Under 20 group with 10 points while Singh tops the 21-player Under 10 field with 14 points.

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  • Frank Yee scores De Verteuil double

    FM Frank Yee has successfully defended his F.W. DeVerteuil Open Memorial title by scoring six straight victories in the seven round event. Although he lost the final game on Thursday to Ravishen Singh who also finished on six points, Yee's win was assured via the tie-break system.

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  • Ravishen Singh receives his trophy from Coreen Cabralis, Secretary T&TCA.

    RAVISHEN SINGH came storming through the second half of the 11-round national championship finals to realise his long-cherished dream of emerging the country's top chess player.

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  • Brothers Star in Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix

    Trinidad and Tobago under 10 champion Mahendra Singh and his brother Vishnu Singh took top honours in the under 10 and 14 age groups in the first leg of the Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix, which kicked off on Saturday at Nestle Sports Club, in Valsayn.

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  • Paul and Pereira cop Petrotrin chess titles

    TWO JUNIOR chess champions, Jayson Paul and Melissa Pereira took top honours in the Under-20 and Under-14 categories of the Petrotrin sponsored Junior Open Chess tournament held at the National Science Centre last Saturday. Paul, 15, the national Under-16 champion, and Pereira, 13, women’s national Under-14 title-holder, finished the five-round event on four and four and a half points respectively.

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  • JOSHUA JOHNSON unbeaten

    JOSHUA JOHNSON played unbeaten to take the Under-10 title in E-Teck Open Junior Chess Tournament held on Saturday at St Augustine Girls’ High School.

    The nine-year old Maria Regina Preparatory School pupil ended with a perfect score to take top honours in the five-round Swiss- styled tournament.

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  • HEROES DAY CUP

    Harper, no longer in the Norm hunt and egger to secure bragging rights and rating points, finished with a draw against International Master Moran and a win over FIDE Master Dr. Philip Corbin.National Champion FIDE Master Delisle Warner, who after an excellent start, posted what could likely be his worst finish in a chess tournament, when he lost his last four matches to end on 3 ½ points and 6th position.

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  • The Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation

    Homeland Security Services have strengthened their bond with the local chess community by sponsoring an Open Junior Chess tournament on Saturday last at St. Augustine Girls’ High School.

        Fifty-Nine (59) players turned up for the competition, the first in a series of monthly one-day Rapid Play chess tournaments that are intended to assist junior chess players to prepare for the five-day International which comes off from August 6th to 10th. Saturday’s event which was hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation saw players compete for cash prizes in four categories,

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  • Caribbean Chess Round-Up

Ashley treats the chessboard like a playing field and the players like real life athletes.

"Chess is a sport," said Ashley when interviewed by Contemporary Black Biography. "It's competitive, it's work, it's pressure, it's tension, it's pain, it's guts and glory, and disappointment and defeat.

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  • Pitterson defeats famous grandmaster

Magnificent Chess, the new kid on the block, and chief sponsors Burger King combined to produce the biggest and strongest open chess tournament in Jamaica’s history with the staging of the Jamaica Chess Federation’s 2007 Frederick Cameron Chess Open, a six-round Swiss event that was held over two days on Saturday December 15 and Sunday December 16, 2007.

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  • Yee Wins In Sensational De Verteuil Chess Final

In one of the most dramatic finishes in local chess history FIDE Master Frank Yee captured the winner’s title in Knights Chess Club’s F.W. de Verteuil Memorial Open Tournament in the final round of the RHAND-sponsored event held last Thursday night at the RHAND Credit Union building, 59-61 Abercromby St., Port-of-Spain. Within recent times, more particularly in 2007, Yee has been knocking loudly at the doors of tournament championships with his very consistent play and this is his first major open title win in the local chess arena.

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  • IMs lead in CMMB chess tournament

    AS expected, the two International Masters Humberto Pecorelli of Cuba and Amon Simutowe of Zambia are ahead of the 34 players in the Open section of the CMMB Championship after four rounds. Pecorelli, however, is in the lead with 4 points, half a point ahead of the African star who was held to an unexpected draw by Roger Matoewi, Suriname’s national champion, in the second round.

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  • Dominguez leads Central America & Caribbean Zonal Chess Championship 2007

    After five rounds of play, Top Seed, Grandmaster Lenier Dominguez of Cuba holds a clear 1 point lead with 5 points in the 2007 Central America & Caribbean Zonal Chess Championship currently being played in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic.

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  • Barbadian Champion Draw his Opening Game in Zonal Championships.

    Barbados National Champion Terry Farley drew his opening match against Costa Rican International Master Bernal Gonzalez to give himself a solid start in the Central American & Caribbean Zonal Chess Championships in Santo Domingo.

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  • Kiran Maharaj took top honours in the Under 20 age group section at the first leg of the Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix held at Presentation College, San Fernando last Saturday 26th May 2007.

    Maharaj a form 4 student of Trinity College (East) ended the Orchard Grand Prix with a perfect score of 5 out of 5 to take first place. His toughest game came in the third round against Esan Wiltshire of the Queen’s Royal College who is also Trinidad and Tobago’s Under-18 Champion.

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  • St. Mary's One Day Rapid Play Tournament

    CHRISTOPHER Raphael, 14-year-old St Mary’s student, added another trophy to his growing collection when he topped the U20 section of the Rapid Play tournament held at St Augustine Girls High School on Friday, March 30th. Christopher, a fomer national U14 champion, scored 4.5 points in the five-round event.    read more

  • New Chess Champion in Cuba
    Ahora.cu / 01-02-2007/ 2:30 p.m.

    Grand Master Lazaro Bruzon became Cuba's new chess champion Wenesday after defeating defending champ GM Leinier Domínguez in five minutes.

    The two chess rivals now hold three championships each. In 2006, it was Dominguez who beat Bruzon in five minutes, reports Granma newspaper.

    Just as last year, the match was decided in the second five minute speed game in which Bruzon, with the white pieces, used a Reti Opening which he had already tried in the second 25-minute match.

    "I was in a difficult situation, he had a pawn advantage, but I had a lot of compensation and the initiative. In speed matches it is more difficult to defend than attack and I was able to find the best opportunities," said Bruzon amid the applause of hundreds of chess enthusiasts attending the competition. (Taken from ACN)


  • Barbados Player Misses IM Title

    National chess champion FM Ryan Harper had the best performance of the three Trinidad and Tobago entries to the sub-zonal tournament held recently in Venezuela. Harper finished the nine round contest with 4 points, placing tenth among the 16 players from Venezuela, the Dominican Republic, T&T, Barbados and Jamaica. Dr Eddison Chang scored 3 points for the 14th place while Marcus Joseph was 16th with 2.5.

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  • 120 Chessists AS ORCHARD JUNIOR CHESS GRAND PRIX ENDS

    The final leg of the Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix Championship came to a close on Saturday 4th November at the Nestle Sports Club.  The event attracted 120 enthusiastic Chessists.

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  • Topalov and Kramnik Have Arrived in Elista for World Chess Championship 

    Veselin Topalov (Left) and Vladimir Kramnik 

    Grandmaster Veselin Topalov of Bulgaria and Grandmaster Vladimir Kramnik of Russia arrived in Elista by charter together with their delegations for the forthcoming World Championship Match. They were met at the airport by the leadership of the Republic of Kalmykia, journalists and chess fans.

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  • Tournament results show....T&T juniors dominate Caribbean chess scene
    Trinidad and Tobago’s young chess players are emerging as the major force in Caribbean competition, as the results in recent regional tournaments are showing. Our players have dominated both the Sagicor Open Junior Championships held in Barbados at the end of last month and the CMMB Caribbean Junior Championships which took place at Bishop Anstey High School in Port-of-Spain last week. T&T’s emergence is seen in the fact that our youngsters have won more prizes in these contests than the players of any other country.

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  • Brokerage firm supports T&TCF regional event - Investing money like playing chess
    Investing money is somewhat like playing chess, says Ram Ramesh, Managing Director and CEO of CMMB Limited. The mild-mannered executive should know since he not only heads the largest brokerage house in the Caribbean but also dabbled in the royal game during his school days in India.

    “Our company is focused on enhancing wealth for investors and individuals through intelligent investing,” he notes. “It is somewhat like playing chess which is a game of huge possibilities and numerous probabilities all of which must be constantly evaluated in making moves that will secure you the maximum advantage.”


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  • Local Chessists Sweep CMMB Contest
    T & T’s National Junior Champion, Marcus Joseph, together with FIDE rated Allan Munro and local rising star Justin Salloum share joint first place in the Under 20 category of the CMMB Caribbean Junior Chess Championships. The Championships, a seven-round Swiss organized by the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation commenced on Tuesday 1st August at Bishop Anstey High School in Port of Spain, attracted 87 players from Barbados, Curacao, Jamaica, Suriname and Trinidad and Tobago who contested in three age categories for more than $10,000 in cash prizes and trophies.

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  • Under 20s Create Excitement In Orchard Grand Prix Chess
    The second leg of the Orchard Grand Prix Chess tournament hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago Chess Foundation attracted 68 junior players from as far as Point Fortin in the South and Valencia in the East.  The competition was keen as players sought to increase their points standing in order to share in the $3,000. cash prize fund donated by title sponsor Orchard.   Prizes will be awarded at the end of the third and final leg of the series in December.

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  • Easter Invitational Tournament 
    Teenagers Christopher Raphael and Joseph Gill took top spot in their respective divisions of the Easter Invitational Tournament which was held at the National Library in Port of Spain, April 18th to 21st, 2006. Runners up in the 1st division were Justin Salloum and Esan Wiltshire with 4 points each and Prithvi Ramakrishnan and Jayson Paul shared joint 2nd in the 2nd division.  

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  • Raphael impresses in Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix
    National Under 14 Champion Christopher Raphael took top honours in the Under 20 age group section at the first leg of the Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix held at Presentation College, San Fernando last Saturday.  

    Raphael a form 2 student of St. Mary’s College playing in his first tournament since winning the National Championship in February ended the Orchard Grand Prix with a perfect score of 5 out of 5 to take first place. His toughest game came in the final round against Keron Cabralis of Arima Boys’ R.C. School who is also Trinidad and Tobago’s Under 12 Champion. read more.


  • Fitzpatrick, Sorzano, Ramakrishnan shine at Spiritual Baptist Liberation  Day Open Chess
    15 Year old Chantal Fitzpatrick, National Ladies Chess Champion and National under 16 Junior Chess Champion took top honours at the Spiritual Baptist Liberation Day Open Junior Chess tournament held on March 30th at Bishop’s Anstey High School in Port of Spain.  

    Fitzpatrick, a Form 3 student of Providence Girls’ Secondary School played unbeaten in this 5 round event drawing one game with Esan Wiltshire of QRC and defeating her other four opponents Rafael Guerrero of St. Mary’s College, Kevin Cupid of Holy Cross College, Kiran Maharaj of Trinity College East and Jayson Paul of QRC. Fitzpatrick ended with 4.5 points out of 5. Kevin Cupid and 10 year old Keron Cabralis trailed Fitzpatrick in second and third places respectively. 
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  • Orchard Chess Grand Prix 2006
    The Orchard Junior Chess Grand Prix kicks off on Saturday at Presentation College, San Fernando at 9:00 a.m. This tournament which is sponsored by Orchard is the first in a series of three events that would be held throughout the country to determine the best junior players in three age groups – Under 10, Under 14 and Under 20. The second tournament will be held in July in Port of Spain and the final in December at Nestlé Trinidad and Tobago Ltd.’s Sports club in Valsayn.   Points from each tournament will be accumulated and used to determine the overall Grand Prix winners at the end of the final tournament in December.
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  • Junior Orange Bowl 2005
    JOB2005 083.jpgI wish to congratulate all our players who recently participated in the Junior Orange Bowl International Scholastic Chess Championships, which was staged at the Embassy Suites Hotel, Florida December 27 – 29, 2005. They have done us proud. In the competition that featured 178 individuals from six countries (Barbados, Ecuador, Panama, Puerto Rico, Jamaica, USA and Trinidad and Tobago), Christopher Raphael played unbeaten in the 7 round event.
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  • Schoolgirl Chantal is T&T’s new chess queen - When she learned to play chess from her father about the age of three, Chantal Fitzpatrick must have felt she was just learning another board game. The fascination of chess, however, evbentually grew upon her to the extent that she became determined to play it well.
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  • In winning T&T chess crown...Harper scores a double double -RYAN HARPER scored a double double in winning the T&T national chess championship last Saturday. The first double is the fact that he has now won the title for the second time, having taken it first in 2002. The second double is the fact that he has again halted Christo Cave’s remarkable run of 13 victories in the championship contest, having first done so in 2002.
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  • The stage is set for a new T & T Men and Women Chess Champion - The T&T National Chess Championship finals took a dramatic turn on Sunday when Yogendranath Ramsingh outmaneuvered defending champion Christo Cave to set up a virtual final between himself and tournament leader Ryan Harper.
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  • After four rounds of national chess finals...Cave, Perryman keep the lead - Twenty-one-year old Sean Perryman, playing in the national chess championship finals for the first time, has forged ahead after four rounds. The former national junior champion shares the lead with title-holder Christo Cave, both havng four victories under their belts.
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  • Alekhine’s terrible confession - Mate in Nineteen - Have you ever heard the story of Alexander Alekhine’s terrible confession? Near the end of his life, Alekhine, lonely and sick but still world champion, told a friend of the amazing happenings at the great St Petersburg tournament of 1914. This is his story.
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  • Cave, Perryman Lead in Trinidad and Tobago National Mens’ Finals read more.

 

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