The Intermezzo Events Return! This Sunday, May 26th, the Dayton Chess Club will hold a Spring Intermezzo. Entry is only $10 to DCC Club Members, but participants get a $20 discount to the upcoming 61St Gem City Open!
Join us this weekend, May 4 & 5, to observe the Dayton Master’s Challenge Invitational Tournament. Two local Chess Masters will take on two regional Masters in a 3 Double RR tournament at DCC. Participants: Eigen Wang (2340)Elton Cao (2241)James Mills (2216)Lester Van Meter (2205) Rounds are at 9 AM, 2 PM and 7 PM […]
Will be held June 7-9, 2019 at the DCC. Save those dates. More details coming.
Online Registration:http://www.daytonchessclub.com/dcs-may-pawn-storm-registration/ /gravityform id=”32″
Come out on April 5th and 6th AND April 12th and 13th to play in the Dayton Chess Club Championship. Entry fee is $40 by March 29th. $50 after. 6SS, 40/90, SD/60 +30. USCF Open Tournament. Registration ENDS April 5th at 7:45pm. April 5th- Rd 1 @ 8pm April 6th – Rd 2 @10:30am – Rd […]
And the Dayton Masters RR 2015 is now a part of Dayton Chess History…… 31July15 PressRelease#1
3 DAY SCHEDULE OPEN Will Sedlar (2194) Bye Rd 2 Blake Baumgartner (2060) Anagh Kulkarni (1951) Leo Zamansky (1941) Gregg Stark (1926) Dennis Gittrich (1844) Bye Rd 1 Peter Andreas (1828) Mark Kellie (1815) Jennifer Ishee (1795) JW Terry (1352) PREMIER (U1800) Nolan Song (1775) Bye Rd 2 Joel Deweyer (1750) Keevin Lee (1700) […]
At the website Quality Chess Blog (http://www.qualitychess.co.uk/blog/?p=2698) I ran across Endgame #1 which reminded me of fifth game of the 1978 World Chess Championship with Korchnoi vs Karpov which became the longest World Chess Championship ever played at 124 moves. And the rest of the story….. A Draw IF You Can Keep It…..
The GRAPE Richard Mercer (1911) vs Mark Kellie (1732) Round 2 – OPEN SECTION Commentary by Mark Kellie 1. d4 d6 2. c4 Nd7 Signature move of my “Grape” system. 3. Nc3 g6 4. e4 Bg7 5. Be3 e5 6. d5?! In this “Grape” system which I play, the d5 move relieves the tension in […]
Ahhhh….sometimes we (as in Dayton Chess Club….) get behind the power curve….No good excuse other than – gee, thought that was done…. Ben Coraretti came back to Dayton and graced us with his playing in the Gem City Open this year. Fine analysis, Ben! GemCityReprise