Twin Cities Chess Club

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Twin Cities Chess Club (TCCC) is an organization dedicated to meeting the needs of today's chess students. It was started in an effort to foster better relationships between existing chess coaches and the students taking their classes. We feel that not enough connections are being made between the two groups.

Do you like chess and are proud of it? Then we suggest you stop on by and share your story or tell us how we could help you to improve. We are planning to organize weekly meetings and tournaments for school age students and would like to learn about your interest and opinion.

For more questions about our club please call Irina at 952-457-4800 or email at tcchessclub@gmail.com

All Upcoming Club Events

For completed tournaments, chess camps and classes click here: Completed Events

Winter 2024 Sunday Chess School: January - March

Sundays, January 14 - March 3 Chess is a classic game that develops spatial thinking and strategies and builds focused concentration. Taught by a professional chess coach, the class is geared toward all levels of chess players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic moves. Intermediate and advanced players learn sophisticated combinations and strategies and advanced opening moves. Now is your chance to bring your game to the next level. The best part of all - CHESS IS FUN! Who knows, maybe your son or daughter is the next world chess champion like Bobby Fischer! When: January 14 - March 3 Where: All sections take place at the Eisenhower Community Center, Conf.Rm 209 and 207 Beginner-Standard Gr. (for K-12, $85): 10:45 am - 11:45 pm Intermediate Gr. (for K-12, $95): 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm Advanced Gr.: (for K-12, $105): 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Register online at Winter 2024 Sunday Chess School Search: 'Sunday Chess School' For any questions please emails to igorchess@gmail.com or call (952) 212-7999

Dates:
Sunday, January 14, 2024 - Sunday, March 3, 2024
Location:
Eisenhower Community Center, Hopkins

Beginner Chess: Puzzles, Strategies, Tactics, Jokes, and Stories

A message from Igor Rybakov: I am very excited to announce the publication of Beginner Chess which I co-wrote with one of my instructors. It includes over 700 chess puzzles, more than 20 games with analysis (including 15 World Champion games and some fun games), and some jokes and stories. Tactics include forks, pins, skewers, discovered attacks, attacking defenders, and mates in one. Also included is a 300+ question chess test. Advanced beginner and intermediate players would be able to use the puzzles to improve their fluency, speed, and pattern recognition. I hope you will consider purchasing the book on Amazon and writing a 4- or 5-star review (if you like it). We are also open to feedback about any mistakes. The book can be found at this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B0BMSZ93G1

Dates:
Friday, February 9, 2024 - Saturday, June 1, 2024
Location:
Amazon

Spring 2024 Sunday Chess School: March - May

Sundays, March 17 - May 19 Chess is a classic game that develops spatial thinking and strategies and builds focused concentration. Taught by a professional chess coach, the class is geared toward all levels of chess players. Beginners learn basic game rules and opening tactic moves. Intermediate and advanced players learn sophisticated combinations and strategies and advanced opening moves. Now is your chance to bring your game to the next level. The best part of all - CHESS IS FUN! Who knows, maybe your son or daughter is the next world chess champion like Bobby Fischer! When: March 17 - May 19 Where: All sections take place at the Eisenhower Community Center, Conf.Rm 209 and 207 Beginner-Standard Gr. (for K-12, $85): 10:45 am - 11:45 pm Intermediate Gr. (for K-12, $95): 12:00 pm - 1:15 pm Advanced Gr.: (for K-12, $105): 1:30 pm - 3:00 pm Register online at Spring 2024 Sunday Chess School Search: 'Sunday Chess School' For any questions please emails to igorchess@gmail.com or call (952) 212-7999

Dates:
Sunday, March 17, 2024 - Tuesday, May 21, 2024
Location:
Eisenhower Community Center, Hopkins