The 2019 Championship was a great success. GM Smerdon won the event with 7/7. Ian Rout, William Rumley and Tan Thanh Nguyen shared the title.Read More
Chess Kids National Finals in MelbourneRead More
Martin Friebe is the 2018 Chocolate Chess Champ.Read More
Chocolate Chess time again.
Latrobe, Sunday August 12
Register from 1.30 p.m. for a 2 p.m. start.
Entry fees: FREE
Sponsored by Anvers as part of Latrobe Chocfest.
Details are on the poster.
Ian Rout and Toby Straton tie for first at the Tasmanian Championships 2018.Read More
Jerome Pirotais wins the 2017 Launceston Cup
Luwanna is the 2017 Glen Gibbs Award winner.Read More
Andrew Smith and Will Rumley made it 9/9 in the State Schools Finals at St. Patricks, Launceston, on Monday, September 18.Read More
The Koshnitsky Medal is awarded annually to an individual who has made an outstanding lifetime contribution to the administration of chess in AustraliaRead More
A wrap up of last weekends inaugural Tasmanian Transfer Tournament.Read More
A short report on this year's August Masters.Read More
A wrap up of the Tasmanian Rapid Chess Championships held in Devonport on the 23rd and 24th of July.Read More
A wrap up of the recent Tasmanian Championships held in Burnie on the Queen's Birthday long weekend.Read More
The 3rd Annual Tony Sturges Thematic Memorial and Blitz was held on on ANZAC day, exactly 3 years after Tony's passing. A quick wrap up of all the happenings is here.Read More
The Tasmanian Lightning Chess Championships were held in Launceston on the 12th of March 2016 during the Tasmanian Open. Watch footage of all the action on board one through the 11 round event with complete annotations of the games and a PGN as well.Read More
The 2016 Candidates tournament finished a couple of days ago, and the whole chess world knows that Sergey Karjakin will be the challenger to Magnus Carlsen for the next World Championship, but how did it happen? Watch the analysis from GM Daniel King, download all the games in one PGN and see how Karjakin won.Read More
A wrap up of the Tasmanian Open and Lightning Championships held on the Eight Hours Day long-weekend from the 11th to the 14th of March.Read More
It is the end of an era as Tasmanian chess legend Richard Neville Ledger (Tasmanian Champion 1965, Tasmanian Lightning Champion 1978, and Tasmanian Open winner 1992) hands in his pen and announces that the latest issue of Chess: Tasmanian Records will be the last.Read More
Continuing the series of "Chess Openings Explained", Jonathan Schrantz (1974 FIDE) from the Chess Club and Scholastic Centre of St Louis presents the Benko Gambit.Read More
A wrap up of the HCC (Inc.) Royal Hobart Regatta Chess Extravaganza played between the 5th and 8th of February.Read More