CalChess in Tracy, CA Southern California Chess Federation in Yorba Linda, CA Arcadia Chess Club in Arcadia, CA Berkeley Chess School in Berkeley, CA Norcal House of Chess in Fremont, CA Shoreview Chess in Fremont, CA Fresno Chess Club in Fresno, CA Chesspalace in Garden Grove, CA Hanley Chess Academy in Irvine, CA La Palma Chess Club in La Palma, CA Daily Chess Musings 1000 GM Chess Charity Alondra Park Chess Club in Los Angeles, CA Santa Monica Bay Chess Club in Santa Monica, CA Menlo Park Chess Club in Menlo Park, CA Bay Area Chess in Milpitas, CA North County Chess Club in Oceanside, CA Pasadena Chess Club in Pasadena, CA Sacramento Chess Club in Sacramento, CA San Diego Chess Club in San Diego, CA Bright Knights Chess Club in San Francisco, CA Mechanics’ Institute in San Francisco, CA King’s Land Chess in San Ramon, CA Cellchess Club in Santa Clara, CA Temecula Chess Club in Temecula, CA Thousand Oaks Chess Club in Thousand Oaks, CA Fundamental Chess Academy in Tustin, CA Ventura County Chess Club in Ventura, CA Whittier Chess Club in Whittier, CA Riverside Youth Chess in Yorba Linda, CA The history of chess in California dates back to the mid-19th century when the game began to gain popularity among the residents of the state.
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Arkansas Chess Association, Little Rock, AR Fayetteville Chess Club, Fayetteville, AR In the early 20th century, chess clubs were formed in cities like Little Rock, Fort Smith, and Fayetteville. One of the earliest chess clubs in Arkansas was Little Rock Chess Club, founded in the 1920s. It was one of the most active chess clubs in the state and it organized regular tournaments and matches. In the 1940s and 50s, chess in Arkansas was led by a group of strong players, who competed in tournaments and matches both in the state and around the country.
Arizona Chess Federation in Tucson, AZ Unity Chess Club in Chandler, AZ Northern Arizona Chess Center in Flagstaff, AZ Banner Chess in Gilbert, AZ Phoenix Chess Academy in Phoenix, AZ Checkmate Dementia in Tempe, AZ Chess Emporium in Scottsdale, AZ Chess Club at ASU in Tempe, AZ “Fear the Fork” The Pawn Initiative in Tucson, AZ Coy’s Camps And Classes in Tucson, AZ Southern Arizona Chess Association in Tucson, AZ The history of chess in Arizona can be traced back to the late 19th century, when the game began to gain popularity among the residents of the state.
Last Frontier Chess Foundation, in Anchorage, AK The earliest known reference of chess in Alaska is in the mid 20th century, when the game started to gain popularity among the residents of the state. In recent years, the chess community in Alaska has grown and various chess clubs have been established throughout the state. The Alaska Chess Association (ACA) was founded in the 1980s, it is a non-profit organization that promotes chess in the state by organizing events such as tournaments, teaching programs and chess clinics.
Alabama Chess Federation in Montgomery, AL Madison City Chess League in Madison, AL Huntsville Chess Club in Madison, AL East Alabama Chess Club in Opelika, AL The earliest known reference of chess in Alabama is in the late 19th century. The Alabama Chess Association (ACA) was founded in 1980s. It is a non-profit organization that promotes chess in the state by organizing events such as tournaments, teaching programs and chess clinics.