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Our organization is designed to promote the great game of chess, most notably on the scholastic level. We offer the opportunity for elementary and junior high/high schools to develop and/or improve their after school chess programs, by placing well trained and experienced chess coaches and providing interactive and challenging chess lessons.Once these students reach a certain level of chess playing proficiency, a chess team is created which will represent the school in scholastic chess tournaments.Aside from supplying the chess sets and boards necessary to sustain the program, we also have a large chess store where you can purchase chess books, software, chess pieces and boards as well as chess clocks. You can also shop in person at our bricks and mortar chess store at 325 East 88th Street in Manhattan where we sell all of this chess equipment and more.We organize monthly scholastic chess tournaments within the Greater NY area where the students can practice their skills and earn huge trophy prizes. Our awards are the most plentiful and the largest on the circuit because we produce them in-house and offer you the opportunity to purchase thesechess trophies and plaques at a discounted price.

Tri-State Chess President Mark Kurtzman is quoted…

“A number of parents have called me and said they watched the show and wanted to get their daughters involved in chess.”

Mark Kurtzman, owner of The Chess Exchange in New York City, said he’s been busy fielding phone calls from parents interested in getting chess lessons for their kids. Before the pandemic, he used to run tournaments for kids every month. While those are canceled, his network of 22 instructors are still teaching online and through socially distant, masked lessons in person.

“A number of parents have called me and said they watched the show and wanted to get their daughters involved in chess,” Kurtzman said. “People are excited because it’s a cool series. I saw it and thought it was great.”

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   DECEMBER 26-30, 2020
   9:00AM – 12:00 PM
5 days of fun and learning

 

 

Tri-State Chess Tournaments Schedule

NEW TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE IS COMING SOON

TOURNAMENT OPEN TO LFNY STUDENTS ONLY.

(Future events will be open to students from all schools.)

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Was $29.95 now $13.95 Fischer Muller A Modern Classic – Second Edition! When it first appeared, Dvoretsk’s Endgame Manual was immediately recognized by novice and master alike as one of the best books ever published on the endgame What really impresses me is the deep level of analysis in the book… All I can say is: This is a great book. – Erik Sobjerg —>  
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10 big brain benefits of playing chess brain benefits 10 big brain benefits of playing chess Not for nothing is chess known as “the game of kings.” No doubt the rulers of empires and kingdoms saw in the game fitting practice for the strategizing and forecasting they themselves were required to do when dealing with other monarchs and challengers. As we learn more about the brain, some are beginning to push for chess to be reintroduced as a tool in the public’s education. With benefits like these, they have a strong case. 1. It can raise your IQ Chess has always had an image problem, being seen as a… Read More…. 7 Surprising Health Benefits of Playing Chess By Jenna Savage brain benefits Grandmaster and world chess champion Bobby Fischer is famously quoted as saying, “Chess is life.” But can this two-player game, consisting of a square checkered board and playing pieces that are moved in different ways depending on their royal or military designation, benefit your mental and physical health? Absolutely! Check out these seven surprising health benefits of playing chess and then consider your next move. 1. Grows dendrites : Dendrites conduct signals from the neuron cells in your brain to the neuron… Read More…. You Make The Call By Mark Kurtzman.You Make The Call In the diagram below, the game appears drawn. In almost all cases, when serious tournament players compete, they agree to a draw when there are no winning chances. In this game, however, it was the final round of an important championship tournament. And there was a lot of prize money at stake…$7,600 to the winner! Everything seems equal, except White had 1 minute left on the clock in sudden death and black had almost 2 minutes. Black played Rg2+ in this position. White replied with Rc2 hoping for a rook trade, but… Read More….
 
Tri-State Prez meets former World Champion Garry Kasparov!
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