Join The Eade Foundation, Mission 360 and Bay Area Chess in San Jose, California to play chess and raise funds for Defying the Oddz Chess (South Africa). Chess holds the power to unite continents while giving communities opportunities to learn and grow. Bay Area chess players are invited to further this cause in South AfricaContinue reading “NorCal Chess Organizations Working Together in Support of Building Chess Communities in South Africa “
When I was a younger man, I didn’t need to take a day off to rest on my birthday (December 18th). I much preferred going to work, which for most of my adult life, means playing chess with young people. I turned 35 on December 18th 2012 and went to my after school chess classContinue reading “Chess Memories of Birthdays Past”
The Fall 2022 issue of the CalChess Journal is a whopping 33 pages filled with California chess news, Bay Area chess results and annotated games from NorCal chess players.
I was honored to be employed as the Chief Tournament Director for The Eade Foundation’s Say Gay Chess Day chess tournament. It was especially fitting that James Eade formally welcomed the gay community into the chess community in a place that has such a storied chess history as The Mechanics’ Institute in San Francisco. InContinue reading “Say Gay Chess Day 2022”
The CalChess Journal is the official news magazine for Northern California chess. In the Spring/Summer issue you can read about the most important California chess events of the last several months and see the games of Norcal chess’ top players. Special thanks to Bay Area Chess, The Berkeley Chess School, The Eade Foundation, Mission 360,Continue reading “The CalChess Journal Spring/Summer 2022”
The Eade Foundation is sponsoring the first ever “Say Gay Chess Day” in San Francisco. This free event will be on October 15th at the world famous Mechanics’ Institute. There is no entry fee for this event but there will be lots of prizes in both the unrated and USCF rated sections. Join us forContinue reading “October 15th is Say Gay Chess Day in San Francisco”
Below are the preliminary results for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. Official results will be announced after all of the FairPlay checks are completed. In the meantime, please enjoy watching the official event broadcast hosted by FM James Eade. This does not show correct tiebreaks or the uncombined sections for prizes. Sameera GadiyaramContinue reading “The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022: Preliminary Results”
Dear Chess Parents, Thank you for registering your child for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. By participating in this event, your child is helping further The Eade Foundation’s mission of increasing chess excellence and chess literacy around the globe. Please take a moment to learn more about The Eade Foundation by visiting their website: https://eadefoundation.org/about/. Now a few notes about tomorrow’s event:Continue reading “Important Information About The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022”
Held annually, The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic is a must in the calendar of scholastic chess players. Join us on Sunday, May 8th for a five round USCF online rated Swiss tournament while hearing from FM James Eade, President of The Eade Foundation, on the importance of chess literacy, promoting chess excellence and how weContinue reading “Prestigious Youth Chess Event on May 8!”
Tornelo Sunday, May 8, 2022 REGISTER HERE On May 8, FIDE Master James Eade and Chris Torres of DailyChessMusings.com will come together to present the second annual Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. The goal of this online tournament is to raise awareness for the Eade Foundation’s goals of promoting chess literacy and chess excellenceContinue reading “The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022”
Tune into The Eade Foundation’s YouTube channel at 4:00 pm (Pacific) to watch FM James Eade broadcast the final round action at the Inaugural Mission 360 Bay Area GM/IM Invitational Norm chess tournament.
Greetings Northern California chess players. My name is Chris Torres and I am excited to tell you about the Brilliancy Prizes for the K-5 CalChess Super State Championship. This year, in collaboration with The Eade Foundation, we will be awarding a couple of signed copies of the top selling chess book “Chess for Dummies” byContinue reading “Brilliancy Prize for the 2022 K-5 CalChess Super State Championship “
https://gofund.me/979bd09b The Eade Foundation does fantastic work spreading chess to communities around the world. We have made a donation to their current go fund me to support the budding chess community in Uganda. I encourage everyone to donate as well.
Dear Chess Players, Thanks so much to everyone who joined us for The Eade Foundation Fall Scholastic Chess Classic. We are working hard to raise awareness of The Eade Foundation and all the fantastic work they do worldwide. If you want to donate this holiday season, please consider donating to The Eade Foundation. Your donationContinue reading “Eade Fall Classic Update & Upcoming Events”
Greetings Chess Players. My name is Chris Torres and this is my Daily Chess Musing for Tuesday, November 9th, 2021. All scholastic chess players currently enrolled in high school, middle school, or elementary school are cordially invited to participate in The Eade Foundation’s Fall Scholastic Chess Scholastic. This special event is a follow-up to TheContinue reading “Eade Foundation Fall Scholastic Chess Classic”
On May 22, The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic took place online. This prestigious event attracted many of the top youth chess players from around the United States and Canada. The tournament which was organized by Chris Torres of https://dailychessmusings.com and directed by Jay Stallings of https://chesshootz.com was a well-run 5 round rapid playContinue reading “Tournament Report for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic”
Don’t let time expire on your chance to play in the The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic on Saturday, May 22. EVENT OVERVIEW MAY 22: Inaugural Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 5SS, G/15+10 (Game in 15 with 10 second increment) on Tornelo.com Sections: In 4 sections Grades K-1, 2-5, 6-8, 9-12 TIME CONTROLS:Continue reading “Registration for “The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic” Ends Today”
Registering for the Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic is as easy as 1, 2, 3… However, I know a lot of chess parents have never used Tornelo before so I made a tutorial. Please watch our three minute video on registration and then try it yourself. See you on Saturday, May 22 for TheContinue reading “How to Register for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic”
It’s always nice when you can help others while you are also helping yourself. By playing chess in The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic you will be helping The Eade Foundation promote chess literacy and excellence to communities that otherwise would miss out on the benefits of chess. The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic ChessContinue reading “Play Chess for a Great Cause”
It’s especially inspiring to witness great chess moves in scholastic tournaments. As a scholastic chess coach and tournament director, seeing young minds play brilliantly is really what it’s all about. Today, while running a practice event for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic, Jay Stallings and I were treated to some spectacular chess. Really,Continue reading “Great Chess On Display During The Practice Event for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic”