Wane Inkpen from Newfoundland is selling chess books from his personal collection. He writes: “Chess items for Sale. I am not putting a price on any of the items. Make me your best offer. I will sell the item to the person who gives me the best price — if I consider it reasonable.” Wane […]
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The Nova Scotia Chess Association would like to express condolences to the family and friends of Brian Hubley. who passed away recently. Brian was a chess player from Cape Breton. Conrad and Walter MacNeil played many games with Brian both in Air Cadets and in the CFC tournaments in the 1980s. Brian played mostly in Cape Breton. […]
The Bluenose Chess Club will not be meeting on Remembrance Day, Wednesday, November 11th, 2015. The NSCC Waterfront Campus will be closed on that day.
It is with great sadness that I report that Gary Phillips has passed away. I would like to extend condolences to Gary’s family on behalf of the Nova Scotia Chess Association and the many chess players who knew Gary. He was a very kind and gentle person and a good friend to many people. See […]
Unfortunately, cheating at chess is not new. The correspondence chess network has been attempting to implement strategies geared towards minimizing cheating for many years. You may have seen media articles regarding two recent cheating incidents at chess tournaments. The first game was played between Tigran Petrosian and Gaioz Nigalidze at the Dubai Open 2015. During the game, Petrosian […]