2022 Trinidad & Tobago International
Trinidad & Tobago hosted an exciting international invitational won by Dutch Grandmaster Robby Kevlishvili, who suffered one loss in nine rounds. The island nation has had a history of hosting international tournaments to give local players a chance to raise their level of play and to earn FIDE titles. Trinidad…Read More »
Caribbean vs. Chicago is a massive hit!
A wonderful development has resulted during the past few years and spearheaded by the Chicago Chess Blitzers (CCB). It started with traveling matches (Detroit, Cleveland, St. Louis, New York) and when the distance was an issue, online cage matches were arranged. After the National Blitz League was launched in 2017…Read More »
Trinidadian chess princess Della-Marie remains comatose
Della-Marie Walcott at 2012 Chess Olympiad in Istanbul, Turkey Photo by Rohan Waite Della-Marie Walcott had everything going for her. At 14, she was confident, smart, pretty with an effervescent personality. She was also a rising talent in chess! Her parents Dominic Walcott and Debra Walcott, were immensely proud, as…Read More »
Nelson presents K.I.D.S Chess in Trinidad
Kids are full of boundless joy. They frolic from activity to activity allowing their creativity to take them into imaginary worlds and multidimensional paradises where they are happy and carefree. In the past 10-20 years, things have changed and now children can find their enjoyment in exploring alternate universes and…Read More »
Johnson wins Trinidad’s Promenade Tourney!
As a student at the University of West Indies, FIDE Master Joshua Johnson understands the important of being focused on a task. The 19-year old is Olympiad team member for Trinidad and Tobago and recently scored victor in a local tournament in the island’s capital Port of Spain. FM Joshua…Read More »
2016 Trinidad & Tobago Masters/Open in progress!
Sonja JohnsonPresident of the Trinidad & Tobago AssociationPhoto by TTCA. Celebrating its 80th anniversary of the Trinidad & Tobago Chess Association (TTCA) by hosting the Masters Open (TTIMO). The tournament is apparently the country’s strongest and has attracted players from a number of countries including GM Elshan Moradiabadi, an Iranian…Read More »
Trinidad & Tobago to host 80th Anniversary Chess Open!
Invitation In 2016, the Trinidad & Tobago Chess Association (TTCA) celebrates its 80th Anniversary. In commemoration of this milestone, the (TTCA) is pleased to invite all National Federations to the Trinidad and Tobago International and Masters Open (TTIMO) Chess Tournaments 2016 to be held at The Normandie Hotel, St. Anns,…Read More »
Kevin Cupid… Trinidad’s 2015 Champion!
Author: Carl Jacobs Published: Thursday, November 5, 2015 Congratulations to 24-year-old CM Kevin Cupid for winning this year’s National Chess Championship, topping a list of 12 finalists including several of the country’s most distinguished players. The former Holy Cross College student finished the 11 round contest on nine points, losing…Read More »
2014 Subzonal 2.3.5 (Port of Spain, Trinidad)
FIDE Zone 2.3.5 is conducting it subzonal in Trinidad and Tobago. There are more than 50 players from nine countries have assembled. Trinidad tops the list with a whopping 32 players. Suriname has five. The venue is the Ambassador Hotel in Port of Spain. The Ministry of Tourism and First…Read More »
KIDS Chess Camp in Trinidad
Press Release 06/08/12 K.I.D.S. CHESS ACADEMY, TRINIDAD, West Indies Lesley-Ann Nelson, President of KIDS CHESS ACADEMY (front left) with young leaders and their proud parents. On 20th July, 2012 the chessists of KIDS CHESS ACADEMY was the first group of graduates, of the S.T.E.P. (Social Training and Empowerment Programme) –…Read More »