BLUENOSE CHESS CLUB SCHEDULE OF EVENTS JANUARY – JUNE 2018 The events listed take place at the Bluenose Chess Club when the club holds its regular meetings on Wednesday nights at NSCC, Ivany Campus in Dartmouth, NS. The events start at 6 p.m. and are free of charge. You do not have to be a […]
Acadia University January 6, 2018 Seven round Swiss, G25 20 Players 1. Chris Felix 6/7 2. Gordon Giacomin 5.5/7 3. Paul Abela 5/7 4. Jonas Dornieden 4.5/7 5. Ruben Ordonez 4.5/7 6. Fred Phillips 4.5/7 7. Jim Enman 4.5/7 8. Nick Moore 4/7 9. Steve Saunders 4/7 10. Ken Cashin 3.5/7 11. Greg Van De […]
The following tournament dates are confirmed (more details to follow): Note: Sunday round times this year will be 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. to attract more out of town players. Bluenose Open 2018 – February 23-25, 2018 Saint Mary’s University, 923 Robie Street, Halifax, N.S., Loyola Building, Room 175, five rounds, start on Friday night, […]
The Bluenose Chess Club will take a break over the holiday season and reopen in the new year. The last meeting for 2017 will be Wednesday, December 13th. The next meeting, after the break, will be Wednesday, January 10, 2018.
Wolfville Open Active Chess Tournament Saturday, January 6th 2018 Acadia University, Beveridge Arts Centre, 10 Highland Avenue, Wolfville, 2nd floor, Room 207 See: Campus Map Registration: Early-Bird Online registration: Youth $15, Adult $20 On-Site registration: Youth $20, Adult $25 On-Site Registration: 8:30 – 8:50 a.m. 7 Rounds – Swiss System, 25 min (sd) time control […]
Photo: Tournament co-winners Gordon Giacomin and Projjwal Pramanik hold the Nova Scotia Open Chess Tournament trophy. Nova Scotia Open 2017 Twenty eight players, five-round Swiss, May 12-14 2017, Saint Mary’s University, Halifax, NS. Tied for First/Second: Projjwal Pramanik (2065) and Gordon Giacomin (1952), 4 points, $235 each. Tied for third: Chris Felix (2035), Libin Suresh (1937), Stephen LeBlanc (1653), and […]
The Nova Scotia chess tournament schedule for 2017 is now posted. See: http://www.nschess.ca/?page_id=52
Starting again September 11, 2017, local chess players will be meeting regularly for casual chess games on Monday nights from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Dalhousie University Student Union Building (SUB), in the Atrium on the ground floor, in the area outside the Grawood. The Dal SUB is located at 6136 University Avenue, Halifax, NS. This […]
See details on tournament page.
See Nova Scotia Open page.