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  • September 25, 2013 9:26 PM | Anonymous
    The Georgia Chess Association has an opening for the position of Secretary. Any interested volunteers should please send an email to info@georgiachess.org by October 22, 2013.  Many thanks to Keith Sewell for his dedication and hard work these past several years.
  • September 25, 2013 11:11 AM | Anonymous
    Laura Doman, GCA Volunteer (Scholastic, Communications/Website) has written a guide for parents, teachers & coaches about creating and developing a strong chess team.  

  • September 18, 2013 8:21 PM | Anonymous
    The Collegiate Open is now an Open G45 with a title to the top Collegiate Player (Georgia Collegiate Champion). Come out and support this event by challenging our future Collegiate Champion! USCF memberships required. Register here.
  • September 15, 2013 9:13 PM | Anonymous
    Championship Chess Friday Night G10/d5 scheduled for Sept 20th has been canceled and removed from the GCA calendar.  Please remove from yours as well.
  • September 15, 2013 5:25 PM | Anonymous
    First Place Premier - Richard Francisco
    First Place in tiebreaks for U1600 - Sagar Raut 
    First Place in U1000 - Suhas Gummadi
    Biggest Upset Prize - Jordan Page
    Results will be submitted to USCF as soon as possible...
  • September 09, 2013 7:40 PM | Anonymous
    Thad Rogers has been trying to get a team (Atlanta Kings) into the U.S. Chess League for next year. He has talked to almost all our top players and they want to do this. The US Chess League has posted an online poll. It looks like anybody can vote. So, please go to that site and cast your vote in favor of Atlanta getting into the league next year.

    Go to http://www.uschessleague.com/ and simply scroll down to "Poll" on lefthand side and cast a vote. So far Atlanta is leading!
  • September 05, 2013 1:29 PM | Anonymous
    Georgia resident Damir Studen scored 5.5/9 and achieved an IM norm at the US Masters in Greensboro, NC. Here are his round-by-round results:

    Round 1 - Draw vs. GM Alex Fishbein (2587)
    Round 2 - Draw vs. GM Georg Meier (2702)
    Round 3 - Win vs. GM Kidambi Sundararajan (2549)
    Round 4 - Draw vs. FM Alesandr Ostrovskiy (2495)
    Round 5 - Loss vs. Denys Shmelov (2491)
    Round 6 - Draw vs. FM Jonathan Chiang (2323)
    Round 7 - Win vs. WFM Sarah Chiang (2243)
    Round 8 - Win vs. GM John Fedorowicz (2490)
    Round 9 - Draw vs. IM John J Cox (2468)
  • September 02, 2013 2:11 PM | Anonymous
    The list for Georgia's Top Scholastic Players has been updated on the GCA site (based on current published rating (September supplement). Many thanks to Keith Sewell for the update!
  • August 29, 2013 6:56 PM | Anonymous
    All right, kids, I am going to let you all in on a secret: one of the keys to winning in tournament chess is to know how much respect to give your opponent. I can tell you right up front that one way to lose to a kid you should beat is to believe there is absolutely, positively no way you can lose to him. Confidence is good. Overconfidence can be suicidal. Here's a scenario to illustrate my point...(read full article)
  • August 25, 2013 5:39 PM | Anonymous
    Cross Tables for the Emory Campus Series I G/45

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