Welcome to the Green Bay Chess Association!

 

The cities premier chess club!

silloette piecesChess is a great activity for students of all ages, and the new friendships often last a life-time. It is an activity that does not depend on physical size or capabilities. It helps develop logic, memory, and planning - critical problem solving skills. This is something that few other scholastic activities do.

Best of all it is fun!

The purpose of the Association is to broaden and develop chess as a significant element of cultural life in Wisconsin. The Association cooperates with chess clubs, schools, and other groups and institutions throughout Wisconsin in teaching chess and conducting tournaments.

The Green Bay Chess Association, Inc. is approved by the I.R.S. as a non-profit, charitable 501(c)3 organization for educational purposes, which accepts tax deductible donations. We need your support! All contributions are appreciated. If you would like to make a donation, download our brochure and contact Luke Ludwig at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or mail us directly at Green Bay Chess Association, Inc, c/o Luke Ludwig, 2191 Allouez Ave., Green Bay, WI 54311. 

 

We Meet at 2 Sites!
 

 

Warpinski Community Center 

515 S. Monroe St. Green Bay, WI

Meets every Thursday

except Thanksgiving!

7:00 - 9:00 pm.

                               

 

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2498 S. Oneida St. Green Bay, WI

Meets on the first Monday

of every month!

7:00 - 9:00 pm. 

 

Enjoy our new site features!

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Play chess against a chess computer. We have an extensive list of club games to browse. The Green Bay Chess Association, Inc. has a large library of chess books and magazines for club members to check out. Books and magazines are for local checkout use only please! 

  

new Kelly and Luke tie for 1st place at State Bughouse Chess Championship!

 bughousetrophywinnersThe Wisconsin State Scholastic Chess Championships were held on the weekend of March 18-19, 2017 on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh Campus. On Saturday evening Tim Hiddemen, the coach of the Waupaca High School team, ran the 2017 Wisconsin State Bughouse (Siamese) Chess Championship.

Around 40 teams of players of all ages competed in the 5 round event. Each round consisted of 2 games each, so that each team member played 1 game with white and 1 game with black against an opponent. Kelly and Luke finished with an 8-2 score, which put them in a 3-way tie for first place! On tie breaks, they took home Second Place Individual Trophies.

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 Rent the Big Chess Set!      Rent is $50 per day. Use of the set is subject to the local  area only! Contact Luke at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  for further details.

 

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 2017 Scholastic results are here!

 The school chess tournament was at a new site this year, Washington Middle School.

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Announcement!     GBO 41 date is set for July 8-9, 2017 at the Raddison Hotel in Green Bay, WI.

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 Green Bay Open Winners!     Congratulations to this years 1st place winners of GBO40. Rithwik  Mathur, Vijay Raghavan, Rohan Mhaskar, and Aaron Jing all tied for the top spot. View the results here.

 

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 New speed chess Champion!     Congratulations to this years raining champion  Jonathon Prenot. View the results of the club speed tournament.

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 View this years Presidents report of our corporation.

Titletown Development Coming soon!     We are setting up chess lessons and games in the park  commons area with the Green  Bay Packer Titletown Development when the construction is  done. More details to come later.

GBCA Hall of Fame 

 Coming Soon!     A Hall of Fame to honor those people that did much to  promote chess and went above the call of duty for Green Bay Chess Association, Inc.

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