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Kids’ Chess-for-Points Totals

A new session of our children’s chess courses has started. We have new chess teachers and a new curriculum. Daniel Wiebe is the Monday night course director and the beginner class teacher. Wajdy Shebetah is teaching the intermediate/advanced class. Young Canadian IM Arthur Calugar is on hand to provide individual help.

Each class involves group lessons, individual problem solving, and chess-for-points play – where players earn points for solving checkmate riddles, for their game results, for achieving specific objectives in their games, etc.

Come on out to our children’s chess training sessions Monday nights from 6:30 to 7:30 pm, and join this elite crew of talented young players. Email info@annexchessclub.com if you have any questions about the programme.

Here is the cumulative points leaderboard to Monday September 12.

Intermediate/Advanced

# Player Sept. 12 total
1 Olivia Gale-Wagner 5 5
2 Francis He 5 5
3 Yu-jin Lee 5 5
4 Kaizen Liu 5 5
5 Dennis Li 5 5
6 Liam Hinzman 5 5
7 Mary Bellissimo 5 5
8 Kasey Ann Guntang 5 5
9 Teresa Bellissimo 2 2
10 Ethan Andrada 2 2
11 Bradley Ho 0 0
12 Gabriel Vargas 0 0
13 Kate Rodrigues 0 0
14 Jordan Jamali 0 0
15 Noah Hurl-Kohn 0 0
16 Heiko Dorre-Grasso 0 0
17 Stone Hu 0 0
18 Elaine Andrana 0 0
19 Jeffery Zhu Bye 0
# Name class 1 total

Beginners

# Player Sept. 12 total
1 Zack 10 10
2 Timothy 10 10
3 Ana 5 5
4 Anya 0 0
5 Kazuo Nambara 0 0
# Name class 1 total
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Children’s Chess at ACC

ACC Kids’ Programme Description

The Annex Chess Club children’s chess programme is a fun and exciting way for your child to learn the game of chess and meet children from across the GTA who share the same passion. Our programme is designed to take children of all ages from beginners at the most basic level right through to CFC-rated club players.

Full details of our Children’s Chess Classes have now moved to a permanent page.

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The World Open

Philadelphia, June 30 to July 4

With over 10 000 players, and a $300 000 projected prize fund, it’s one of the biggest chess events in the world!

Canadian GM Mark Bluvshtein scored 5.0/8 in the open section to finish tied for 15th.

Fellow Canadians, Liam Henry (3.5), Shiyam Thavandiran (4.5), Leonid Gerzhoy (5.0), Mike Yuan, Victor Plotkin (5.5), and Arthur Calugar (5.5) also played in the open.

And our own Daniel Wiebe scored 4.0/8 in the U2000 section.

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