2019/20 Season Entry Forms

Entry forms for many events have now been added to the Calendar.

Welsh Chess Union Ratings

Things are pretty much back to normal now although we are still looking for a permanent Rating Officer for the Gwent Zone. Please spread the word or contact me if you’d like to know more about the role.    We have now embarked on a major overhaul of all the sites. This is still very […]

2019-20 WCPL

If any team would like to join the Welsh Premier League for the 2019-2020 season please contact Kevin Staveley by 15th August.  

2019 North Wales Open

The games for this event are now available on the Games page.

4th North Wales Congress Results

2019 North Wales Open

=1st        FM Adam Ashton, Thomas Carroll, Philip Hayward   (4/5)    £158.33p each

Grading Prize U1887 

David Patrick (3.5/5)    £50

There were 23 competitors.

2019 North Wales Major

=1st    Graham Williamson, Paul Benson  (4/5)   £200 each

=3rd (3.5/5) £18.75 each

South Wales Blitz Results

The results were as follows:

1st   IM Collados Jose Camacho (Korea)  10.5/11

2nd  GM Matthew J Turner  10/11

3rd   FM Gzregprz Toczek  8/11

There were 24 competitors

Swansea University Rapidplay Results

The tournament went well, with 7 rounds played on the day. There was lunch provided in the hour break.

At the end of it all, Ian Jones defended his title. Having won the tournament last year. He was tied in first place with Friedemann Brock. They played two play off games, only to win one […]

2018-19 WCPL Games

The WCPL games for the 2018-2019 season are now available on the Games page.

Swansea University Invitational Tournament

Swansea University Chess Club will be hosting its invitational tournament for the third year in a row. This year’s edition is on May 11 at Swansea University, Singleton Campus. Last two years were a great success and it is set to be even better this year. You will play seven games of chess, there […]

2019 Welsh Championships

This year’s Championships were, once again, held at the Cardiff North Hotel. Numbers were slightly down on previous years but this was understandable due to a clash with the World Seniors Championships taking place simultaneously in Rhodes.