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Our Statement of Faith
We believe that nobody is perfect (Romans 3:23) ... Therefore, eternal life is offered to us as a free gift (Ephesians 2:8-9) ... You can request this gift at anytime and get saved instantly (Romans 10-9-13) ... This means that once saved always saved (1 Cor 3:15 & John 10:28-30) ... However, this free gift is not a license to sin (Romans 1:18).

We wanted to create a chess club with an atmosphere of friendliness and mutual respect between the members. It is important for us that members experience a spirit of love in the air. This can only be accomplished when members share the same spiritual beliefs. It is why our club is Christian-based. This peaceful climate contributes to playing chess with a more mental focus which results in becoming better at it. You're going to love our club, we will make sure.

Although we do have a private location, without distractions, in Coral Gables, Florida (USA), where we conduct weekly evening meetings, we sometimes also meet and play in scenic outdoors places and safe public parks when the weather forecast is favorable.

We are an equal opportunity chess club and as such we make best effort to select meeting places that are wheelchair accessible and that meet the needs of disabled individuals who wishes to meet with us. We do not discriminate against anyone for any reason. God loves us all.

This unique chess club is for everyone -- from anywhere in the world -- who have a passion for the game of chess, plus a genuine love for Jesus Christ. We organize matches and tournaments both online and in person (OTB). We welcome players of all levels and rating status.

We are active members of the United States Chess Federation and of the Florida Chess Association. We also have a presence in Chess.com and in LiChess.org -- both of these platforms provide opportunities for casual online playing and for official online rating tournaments too.


  • Brings People Together
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  • Builds Confidence
  • Developes Creativity
  • Develops Problem-Solving Skills
  • Teaches You How To Win And Lose
  • Chess Helps You To Remain Calm Under Pressure
  • Has Great Income potential, once you're good at it


4 Things You Should Buy (for when you play in person, if possible) to get the most benefits from your membership

All chess clubs require that its members own the following items for in person playing. We do not sell them but we have provided a link of where to buy them. We strongly recommend the vinyl or silicone chess boards because it is what most clubs use and what is used in official chess tournaments. These larger pieces and bigger boards makes playing easier.

If you do not own these items and cannot afford them at this time, please come to the meetings anyway. Sometimes we have extra items that you can brorrow. And if not, we will find a way around you not having one. We do not wish that lack of funds keep you from enjoying the game of chess. We are a loving chess club.

Here is the basic list:

Vinyl Chess set used by chess club members (comes in many colors). It is sold by the US Chess Federation Store (Click here to browse it

It is recommended that you also buy a "Silicone" chess board because it is stronger and last longer than the vinyl board (you should own both). It also comes in many colors. It is sold by the US Chess Federation Store (Click here to browse it).

An important tool of every chess player is a Digital Chess Clock. All chess tournaments everywhere require that you own and bring one. It is sold by the US Chess Federation Store (Click here to browse it

We strongly recommend that you buy and read the following book. Check on ebay or order it along with the other items above from the US Chess Federation by Click here now
Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess
Learn to think the same way Bobby Fischer did. This is the fastest, most efficient, most enjoyable book on chess ever compiled. As the student, you start at the beginning and progressively develop your skills as you apply Bobby Fischer's principles and learn how to play Chess the Bobby way. Bobby Fischer was an American chess grandmaster and the eleventh World Chess Champion. A chess prodigy, at age 14 he won the 1958 U.S. Championship. In 1964, he won the same tournament with a perfect score.


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