Calchess Scholastic State Championships

The best scholastic chess players from Northern California will be competing in the 2011 Calchess Scholastic State Championship this weekend in Santa Clara, California. For the last 36 years, children from kindergarten through grade 12 have had an opportunity to demonstrate their chess skills, make friends and battle for championship titles at this prestigious event. It is now quite common for Calchess Scholastic State Champions to out perform the opposition at National and World Championship events. So for many, the road to becoming a world famous chess player has its first hurdle in Santa Clara, California.

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3 Responses to “Calchess Scholastic State Championships”

  1. 2011 Calchess Scholastic State Championships: Preview 1 « Chess Musings Says:

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  2. 2011 Calchess Scholastic State Championships: Preview 2 « Chess Musings Says:

    […] at Collins Elementary School in Cupertino, California spent Tuesday afternoon preparing for the 2011 Calchess Scholastic State Championships. Coach Chris Torres played competitive games against many members of the Collins chess team. He was […]

  3. 2011 Calchess Scolastic State Championships: Day 1 « Chess Musings Says:

    […] Northern California chess prodigies performed extremely well during the first day of the 2011 Calchess Scholastic State Championships.  Kindergartener Milind Maiti scored a perfect 5/5 and became the 2011 Calchess Kindergarten State […]

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