T&T Has 2 New FMs and 1 New WCM!

Twelve (12) players from Trinidad and Tobago participated in the recently concluded Sub Zonal Chess Championships in Barbados over the period April 28- May 2, 2016. The full contingent comprised: FEMALE  WCM Aditi Soondarsingh-National Women’s Champion WCM Gabriella Johnson– National Under 16 Female Champion and runner up National Junior Female Champion Shemilah James-National Under 14Read More

National Swiss 2016

Dear chess community, Please be advised that the National Swiss Tournament will take place this weekend Venue, dates and times are as follows: VENUE :                  Rhand Credit Union, Port Of Spain   DATE & TIME :     Saturday 23rd  – 10:00 am & 4:00 pm  Read More

National Youth Chess Championships 2016

  Youth Chess Tournament a Success The Youth Chess tournament started on Saturday 9th at Presentation College and ended on Sunday 17th at San Fernando Girls’ Anglican School. The date for the prize distribution will be announced in a later post but will be done together with that for the Junior U20 tournament. See Chess-Results.comRead More

National Chess Championships 2015

Congratulations to the 12 players who will be competing in the 2015 National Chess Championship-Absolute to be held at Rhand Credit Union, Abercromby Street, POS, from October 10-November 1, 2015: CM Adrian Winter Atwell Hayden Lee FM Frank Yee FM Mario Merritt FM Joshua Johnson CM Frank Sears FM Ryan Harper Mahendra Singh David ChristopherRead More

Trinidad & Tobago to a flying start

Our National  Olympiad teams climbed up the ladder of success yesterday as the ladies hammered Palau 4-0 whilst the men downed the Bhutanese team 3.5 – 05. This performance earned the ladies a round 3 match against Japan and earned the men a match against Seychelles. Our players now smelling blood and knowing that a win earns themRead More

T&T Sounds a warning

Trinidad & Tobago Olympiad team did us proud in round 1 of the Olympiad. Men’s team square off against 4 Grand Masters from Brazil Our men’s team played against an all-Grand master team and the result was…they fought as if they didn’t notice their opponents were Grand masters. Every last member of our team playedRead More