New Chess Western Province Exco Elected!

Dear Chess Community Chess Western Province held its 2014 Annual General Meeting at Curro Century City last night, Tuesday 22 April 2014 from 19h30 until 22h30. Minutes of the meeting will be circulated in due course, but we thought it opportune to enlighten you of the outcome of the general elections held last night. Outgoing […]

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Steinitz wins another Title

The Ample Club Championships was held at the Strand Towers Hotel in Cape Town from 21 -23 March 2014. This event was clearly welcomed by the local clubs. All the Top players came to try to win the R21,500 prize money on offer. The highest rated team Stellenbosch with an average rating of 2100 had IM Henry Steel on board […]

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Watu is the King of the Cape!

WATU wins with a perfect 7! An impeccable display of chess genius from one of South Africa’s most successful and experienced chess greats, International Master Watu Kobese. Watu is predominantly from Gauteng but moved to Cape Town to further his chess career less than 2 years ago. This has to be his best performance yet with […]

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Mackie Memorial

Chess Revolution

  Saturday 30 November 2013 By: Advocate Lyndon Bouah and assisted by Jacqueline Fritz In March each year Dr. Ivan Meyer, the Member of the Executive Council (MEC) for Cultural Affairs and Sport for the Western Cape, announces important policy matters. In March 2012 he announced a chess revolution in the Western Cape. In March 2013 […]

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