Windsor Chess
Chess in Windsor and Essex County

For information about chess in Windsor, email jcoleman4 [AT] cogeco [DOT] ca

This is the new "front page" of Windsor Chess.

Click here for the old (2015) Windsor chess website.

Only days left
till the 2016
Chess Challenge

March 1 - 2

Chess Challenge website

Only days left
till the start of
Tuesday Chess

September 8

Tuesday Chess website

Click here for all Windsor tournament ads updated July 27, 2015

Click here for Information on Tuesday Tournament chess (re-starting September 8)

Click here for Windsor ratings (active players, updated 22 July 2015 )

Click here for a somewhat out-dated list of chess teachers

Chess Ratings

For some people, their chess rating is very important. Click here for general information about chess ratings.

Alternately, you might be interested in all Canadian ratings, which allows you to find out any player's tournament record.

Windsor Chess, in the past...

2015 entries

2014 entries

2013 entries

2012 entries

Kitchener Chessfest Results

Henry Zhang finished third in the over 1600 section of the Chessfest with 4.5/7.  Stefano Lee scored 4.5/7 to finish 4th in the over 1200 section and I scored 4/7 in the Seniors 50+ division to finish 4th.  Navid Chaichi is still playing in the Kitchener Masters against a gauntlet of GM's but still has a respectable score of 2/8 with one round left to play. Friend and former teammate Brian Profit who is originally from Windsor finished fifth in the over 1600 section with 4/7.

A highlight of the tournament for me was meeting grandmaster John P Fedorowicz and spending several hours with him at Crabby Joe's.  John wrote the definitive work on the Benko Gambit in the 1990s.  The two editions that I have are very well used.  It was fascinating to listen to his stories about chess and chessplayers that he knew from around the world.  Vlad - August 4th, 2015

North American Junior just concluded... Kitchener Chessfest continues

Henry Zhang, the only player from Windsor playing in the North American Junior  U20 which just concluded yesterday in Kitchener.  Henry scored 3.5/5 in the second half of the tournament for a respectable 50% (4.5/9) in this tournament where IM titles, IM norms and FM titles were available for the winners and high finishers.  The Kitchener Chessfest continues with many additional events including a GM/IM norm tournament with local master Navid Chaichi among the hopefuls.  I will be playing in the Seniors 50+ event and I am sure there will be a few other Windsor players.   Vlad - July 31st, 2015