Welcome to the Tasmanian Chess Association (Inc.)
Who we are
The Tasmanian Chess Association (Inc.) is a not for profit organisation and is the governing body of the game of chess in Tasmania. We are an Association of affiliated chess clubs, club-based members, junior members and individual members.
What we do
We organise a range of tournaments around the state of Tasmania and are responsible for awarding the official title of Tasmanian Chess Champion in a range of different time controls.
When required, we makes assessments of the rules affecting the TCA and the interests of the game of chess in Tasmania.
We promote, foster, grow and support the game of chess within Tasmania and do anything thought necessary or desirable to the interests of the game of chess within Tasmania.
Find a Club
The Burnie Chess Club meets regularly every Wednesday night from 5:30 at Havenview Primary school on Marriott Street.
For more information on the BCC click here.
The DCC meets every Mondays from 6.30 at the Eastern Shore Community House, 106 David St. East Devonport.
For more information on the DCC click here.
The Hobart Chess Club meets regularly every Monday night from 6:30pm at Mt Carmel College, 361 Sandy Bay Road.
For more information on the HCC click here.
The Launceston Chess Club is currently rebuilding. If you're a Launceston local and are interested in joining the surge to reform the LCC you can get in touch with fellow players here.
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