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Chess Victoria was founded in 1938, 
Incorporated in 1983 and has ABN 22 896 147 339
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Recent News

  • 2014 Warrnambool Open Kanat Izzat won the 2014 Warrnambool Open with a perfect score of 5/5, followed by Kerry Stead 3.5/5 and Adrian Flitney, Khosrou Ghafouri, Kenneth Holt, Gary Bekker ...
    Posted Nov 17, 2014, 6:50 PM by N Y Wong
  • 2014 Chess Victoria AGM The Annual General Meeting of Chess Victoria is to be held at Box Hill Chess Club on Sunday November 30 starting at 11am. Documents relating to the AGM are available ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2014, 11:20 AM by Kerry Stead
  • Schools Finals Photos Thanks to Raelene Zelesco, a large number of photos from the recently completed Chess Victoria Schools Finals are now available to view. Secondary Open Final - http://raelenez.smugmug.com/Chess ...
    Posted Nov 9, 2014, 11:09 AM by Kerry Stead
  • 2014 Chess Victoria Inter-school Primary Open Final Mount View Primary School is the champion school of the 2014 Chess Victoria Inter-school Primary Open Final and  will be representing Victoria in the coming Australian Schools Team Chess ...
    Posted Nov 7, 2014, 1:30 AM by N Y Wong
  • 2014 MCC Hjorth Open IM Max Illingworth recorded a perfect score of 9/9 in the 2014 MCC Hjorth Open during the Melbourne Cup long weekend, ahead of IM James Morris on 7.5 ...
    Posted Nov 5, 2014, 4:38 PM by N Y Wong
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Recent Announcements

  • Updated Website Welcome to the newly updated Chess Victoria website! The new website has come about largely due to the efforts of Paul Cavezza - thanks Paul! Jean Watson also provided the fantastic ...
    Posted May 9, 2013, 4:57 AM by Kerry Stead
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Chess Victoria is the official body of Victorian state chess. CV run 3 types of events:
(u/18, u/16, u/14, u/12, u/10, u/8) 

Feel free to go to the relevant section 
if you wish to take part in a Chess Victoria
event, and don't forget the many events 
for juniors and adults being run at 
Victorian Chess Clubs all across the state.