Tuesday, July 05, 2005


I hope that this entertaining and exciting trip to the past will motivate some creativity in chess. If you want to read the complete story go to the Mechanics Chess History website

The Mechanics' Chess Club is still very active and sometimes you have the chance to meet strong grandmasters (gm) like Alex Yermolinsky or even Walter Browne, the top player from the 70’s who is also an expert in Poker.

Children play a great importance in this club and various activities are available for them such as summer camp and lectures from gm’s.

With a special thanks to the Mechanics' Chess Club & the Chess Dryad

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