Monday, July 23, 2018

Christian Brothers Academy Seeks Chess Coach

Christian Brothers Academy is seeking a dedicated and passionate individual to help mentor its state and national championship chess team.

Recent CBA chess successes include, sectional title at NYC championships, two titles at NYC High School Championships, NJ 12th Grade Champions, National Champions for 12th grade for second time in three years, Jersey Shore Conference Champions and State Champions.

Candiates' qualifications should include:

· being a USCF rated player

· having experience teaching chess and the ability to analyze games

· availability after school several days per week and for several weekend tournaments per year

Interested candidates should email their resume to mszablewski@cbalincroftnj.org
 
Maureen Szablewski
Dean of Campus Life


850 Newman Springs Road
Lincroft, NJ  07738
o: (732) 747-1959 ext. 101
f: (732) 747-1643

www.CBAlincroftNJ.org

Sunday, July 22, 2018

DELAY IN RATING TODAY'S QUADS


There will be a delay in rating today's G/50 Quads!

We are missing 4 results from round 3!!!!:

Section 3
Wang - Gao
Max Weinstein - Whites

Section 7
L. Koganov - Srinivasan

Section 11
Adharrash Jambhunathan - G. Fan

Games with no result reported within a reasonable period of time will be considered un-played draws.


UPDATE: Monday 7/23 @ 3:07 a.m. - We received 3 of the 4 results. The other game has been reported as an un-played draw. The event has been submitted for rating.

Saturday, July 14, 2018

Eric Yuhan Li Becomes National Master

Former Westfield CC member Eric Yuhan Li went 3-0 at today's Chess Mates Saturday Quad & earned his National Master title.


 
Photo credit: Vanessa Sun

Friday, July 6, 2018

Twitter Account Locked


from:Westfield Chess Club <westfieldchessclub@gmail.com>
to:"support@twitter.com" <support@twitter.com>
date:Fri, Jul 6, 2018 at 7:23 PM
subject:Re: Case# 87231027: Appealing a locked account - @WestfieldChess
 [ref:_00DA0K0A8._5004A1Qx8vK:ref]

Which of the 9 tweets, in the screenshot below, violates your "rules against abusive behavior"?

 

Please explain why.

Our membership would like to know.

Sincerely,
Westfield Chess Club