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The Chess Turtles

  • International 
  • Formed: Oct 13, 2008
  • This is a group for anyone who likes to take their time and not rush when they play. There are plenty of tournaments and groups out there for people who like to play fast. This is for the rest of us. If you're a rabbit and like to play quickly, you're welcome to join too, as long as you've got the patience. No one here will ever need to hurry. Slow and steady wins the race! Everyone is welcome.

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  • Are yiu ready to lock in this team match http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=499224 thank you

    by Leilawati 2 months ago

  • We need a few more players to join a New Year celebration match we were challenged to by the UnOrthodox CHESS group: http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=474842

    by XavierPadilla 5 months ago

  • Before you join the match, please pay attention to the fact that this has a rather unusual starting position. No problem with that as far as I'm concerned... but make sure you know what you get yourself into everybody!

    by Alpenschach 6 months ago

  • THE G@MBIT PL@YERS didn't accept the challenge, but The Philosophers team did! 7 days per move, only one game at a time, 5 spots available: http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=469450

    by XavierPadilla 6 months ago

  • Alright, thanks!

    by Alpenschach 7 months ago

  • It isn't open for registration yet, because our opponents to be still haven't taken up the challenge. I hope they won't take too long to accept. Please make sure your alerts for matches is on, that way you'll get a message when you can sign up for new matches. :)

    by XavierPadilla 7 months ago

  • Thanks! Where can I sign up for the match?

    by Alpenschach 7 months ago

  • Welcome, Alpenschach! We sent a team match challenge for 10 days per move games against THE G@MBIT PL@YERS, hopefully they will accept it and you will like to join. :)

    by XavierPadilla 7 months ago

  • Greetings from Graz, Austria! Looking forward to play some comfortably slow chess!

    by Alpenschach 7 months ago

  • Here is the link: http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=452020

    by XavierPadilla 8 months ago