We hold weekly meetings on Wednesday from 7:15pm to ? at The Connection Tutoring Center,  4726 Poplar Ave #7, Memphis, TN 38117. 

The Memphis Chess Club Inc. is now called Memphis Historic Chess Foundation, a 501c3 non-profit organization. 

Quick Swiss is February 26, 2020. 4SS, G/10;d5. This event is USCF rated. Registration begins at 7:30pm. Rounds begin at 7:45pm.

Quick Quads on February 19, 2020 is won by Graham Horobetz.  Congrats to Graham for winning and thanks to Alex King for directing the event!

Memphis Candidates 2020 is won by Graham Horobetz in the Open Section.  Jonathan Mehrotra wins the U1500 Section.  The City Championship qualifiers in tie-breaking order are Graham Horobetz, Jonathan Beatty, Douglas Stewart, Aneesh Achanta, and Dwight Weaver, who join Alexander King.
The Memphis Amateur Championship field in tie-breaking order is Jonathan Mehrotra, William Polk,
Diego Delgado, Aashish Chidambaram, Ashish Kalaga, and Shubh Hosad.  Congrats to our winners and thanks to all who played.  These two events will take place March 28-29 at the new downtown club!  See pairings for both events!  Details for 2020 Memphis Open will appear soon!

Check out Dwight Weaver's new issue of  Chess Advocate Volume 04, Number 02!

The new club, Memphis Chess Club, will be moving to 195 Madison Avenue in a few weeks.

Game of the Day returns!  ChessBase 15 is now used for an improved game viewer for mobile devices and most web browsers.  See games from current events!

Memphis Historic Chess Foundation