Play Chess in Arcadia, California
2020 SPRING OPEN - ROUND 3 PAIRINGS
Important notice regarding COVID-19: Out of an abundance of caution, the county have closed the building until the end of the month. As of now, round 3 of the Spring Open will take place on April 6. We will update this notice if that date changes. The Spring Open finishing later will of course affect tournaments later in the year but a decision about those will be taken after the current situation has subsided.
We have details of the memorial service for David King:
St. Matthias Episcopal Church, Whittier, Ca.
Ph: (562) 698-9741
Saturday, March 14th at 11am
Reception to follow in the adjacent hall
If anyone has any memories of David they would like to share, please use the contact form and they will be passed on to David's sister.
A second memorial, a more casual celebration of life (BBQ etc.), is planned for Sunday, March 22nd. Details to follow.
Arcadia Chess Club meets every Monday at 6:00pm, with games starting at 6:30pm. We welcome all players, young and old, male and female, from beginners to masters.
We run chess tournaments throughout the year. Most tournaments last for six
weeks and attract anywhere from forty to sixty players. We have a good blend
of promising youngsters, experienced experts and masters, and many players in-between.
Whatever your rating or ability, you will find people to play at Arcadia Chess
Senior Citizens Building (next to the bowling greens)
405 S. Santa Anita Ave, Arcadia, CA 91006. Map and directions
Latest Tournament Results
Current - 3/10/20 Pairings/standings for round 3 of the Spring Open
- There were 28 players at the David King Mini Memorial - Game 1
- There were 24 players at the David King Mini Memorial - Game 2
- There were 21 players at the Arcadia Winter Open- Section One - One
- There were 41 players at the Arcadia Winter Open- Two - 1
- There were 23 players at the Richard Morris Memorial - Richard Morris Memorial O
Game of the Week - White to play and win
Hector Valdez - Naollin Olguin
2017 Arcadia Summer Open
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