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The Twin Ports Fianchetto --- Team Cold Climate

  • Duluth, MN International 
  • Formed: Sep 7, 2008
  • This is a group for those chess warriors living in cold climates, or maybe you were born in a cold climate, or maybe you'd like to live in a cold climate, or perhaps you once had a dream in which the temperature dropped below freezing, and you have nothing better to do on a cold winter night than play the great ancient game... and it shows. We will participate in as many team matches and vote chess matches as possible. Anybody from anywhere is welcome. If you're not from anywhere that's fine as well. All skill levels are absolutely welcome, and feel free to invite friends from anywhere in the world!

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  • From three continents we assemble to play our friends from a fourth continent in Mongolia match.. thanks to our international members!!

    by beardown12 6 weeks ago

  • We have open match against Mongolia .. open ratings.. open boards..

    by beardown12 7 weeks ago

  • Last year's winner Dr Oke Iwu will be there !! y

    by beardown12 3 months ago

  • For those good friends not near our over the board affiliate "Twin Ports Chess Club" I say I am sorry you cannot be there.. we will announce the winner on this site... Milan Chorkovich cannot make it I guess??

    by beardown12 3 months ago

  • The Milan Chorkovich Trophy will make its annual appearance.. with the names of previous winners..Whose name will be added?

    by beardown12 3 months ago

  • The Twin Ports Chess Club is pleased to announce the 2016 Milan Chorkovich Blitz Championship on Saturday, March 12th, 2016! The tournament will be held at Beaners Central Coffee House. Registration will be held between 9:30am and 9:45am, with the first round scheduled to begin at 10am. There will be five rounds, with two games played per round. Entry is fee and open to the public! We hope to see you there!

    by Fischwitsch 3 months ago

  • Fun facts not mentioned in Willard Scott's Smuckers segment during Good Morning America. Least we forget time may still allow Diesen may break that record, or you, or I for that matter. Lord willing as some may say.

    by HAIRoftheMONK 4 months ago

  • re:below...looked up the Judge on USCF site..last played at age 90 or so ..too bad records only go back to 1990..

    by beardown12 4 months ago

  • at Chicago Chess Club

    by beardown12 4 months ago

  • Since more than a few members have Chicago connections of one kind or another I will relay this information: while looking up current news in Chicago Trib I noted reference to "Leighton Criminal Courts Building"..It rings a bell.. luckily names are not only awarded posthumously..per Google Judge George N Leighton is 103 years of age..well known to those who played under the 'el' on Wabash decades ago..

    by beardown12 4 months ago