Tuesday, August 8, 2017

5,575 Kids Play at the Chess K-12 Super Nationals - Our Kid's Night is This Monday!

The Scholastic K-12 Super Nationals held their 20th tournament at the Gaylord Opryland Hotel in Nashville.

The record setting number of children (5,575) playing in this event shows that chess is alive and well with the newest generation in our nation.

Any why not! Its fun, inexpensive, every game is different and the benefits to minds - both young and old - are well documented.

There are local kids tournaments fairly often.

As a matter of fact, there is a K-12 tournament on

Saturday, August 26th, 2017 at
  All The King’s Men Chess Supplies
  26640 Gratiot Avenue
  Roseville, MI 48066

The entry fee is $25 or $30 at the door. Current MCA (Michigan Chess Association and USCF membership is also required. 
Give them a call at 586-558-4790 or 248-890-9039 or 248-761-7123 
or email to  allthekingsmench @ aol .com

But there is a way to play chess with other kids for free.

There is a way to practice for the tournament listed above or any tournament - for free.
There is a way to learn tournament chess etiquette, learn to record your game, learn to use a chess clock and learn to handle it all and play great chess - for free.

Or kids can come in and get lessons on any aspect of the game - for free.

Stop on by with your younger chess players in tow to the Club this Monday at 6pm to 8pm. 





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