Hoboken Chess club meets at Panera bread
On Thursdays at 3:00 / 3:15 till 4:15
Will will meet in the Park beginning again in April !
Hoboken Reporter Chess Article August, 2013
The Chess Video
Sunday, July 20th
Musto Cultural Center.
420 15th Street.
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Registration View my Guestbook
12/24 -thru- 12/28
|Bergen County Championship.
|Home of the Champions.
|Chess instructor Peter Croce.
|Croce has the most chess champions in New Jersey.
To register ,
Hudson County Chess Champions link
The immortal game
|Newport Chess Champions 2009
|Chess tournament held at the Pavonia Branch library.
The Chess Video
2009 US chess Championship link.
Hudson County Chess Championship.
Your School has a Chess Champion.
Jeremiah Naramore from the Mustard Seed School
in Hoboken Won the Hudson County Chess Championship on Saturday, March 28th, 2009.
a perfect score of 5 wins and NO losses to win the third grade title.
Jonathan Lenz from the Hoboken Charter School
won Third place in The Kindergarten section.
Champion Surya Sendhilraj from PS 16 School
And the Hoboken Chess Academy won all his games to place first.
First grade Champion Adhish Kadam from PS 16 and the Hoboken
Chess Academy also went 5-0.
The Champions from Kindergarten, First grade, Second grade and Third grade,
All went 5-0.
Players from the Wallace school were represented as well.
Please join me
in congratulating the New Hudson
County Chess Champions.
Keisha Solanki won 3 games respectfully to place 4th and trophied.
Vineet tiwari and Thomas Narramore
won 3 games respectfully as well.
Hudson County Chess Association, Inc.
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CLICK here for Pizza party / Chess tournamnet 03/14/09
Chess event calendar.
Another Great Weekend!
Last weekend at the Jersey City Public school championship,
Students from the Newport Chess club domanated.
OUR NEWEST CHAMPION.
Kindergarten Champion Surya Sendhilraj
won all his games to place first.
First grader Adhish won the first grade championship,
And All the second graders succeded! as well.
And it gets better.
Players past and present from this group
NEW JERSEY STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.
Chess dedication to Peter Croce
New Jersey State Chess Championships;
2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007,
2008, 2009, 2010, 2011.
State Champions 2008
Croce is a proven Chess instructor.
He has over 6000 students.
His students have won;
- Over 100 individual Chess championship trophies
- Over 45 team championship trophies.
- 5 Elementary divisional New Jersey
- 3 primary divisional New Jersey State championships
- 5 individual State championships
1 high school individual New Jersey State championship
Chess History. View this video.
Chess Club in Your Area.
Hudson County Chess tournamnet 2009
STATE CHAMPS, 2008!
Please join me in
the Newport chess kids,
(Whom I direct on
Mondays and Wednesdays)
The NEW JERSEY STATE CHAMPIONSHIP.
1st place, second grade.
Sunday November 23rd, 2008.
Pizza Party / Chess
Registration for events
Winter Chess Camp sign-ups.
See Chess Camp.
Chess Camp here.
Chess and Children
The Hoboken Chess Club participated in a chess tournament
on Sunday April 6th , 2008 in New York . The tournament was sanctioned by the United States Chess
I’m proud to say, the results were great.
With a group of (25) twenty five Hoboken
students participating in a room filled
With over 250 participants from New York , our children accomplished what they always have accomplished
in the past,
In the K-3rd grade section, Mema Khazanov, Ansul
kaware, and Arpan Gupta , medaled for their scores of 2.5 points (out of 4) 2 wins, 1 draw and only one defeat. Yash
tewari with a 1.5 score
However the star of this Section was Jeramiah Narramore. Jeramiah won 3 out of 4 games and placing in the top section.
The true success was our team scores. With Schools
from all over New York City schools competing, and Plaques
being awarded to only the top two finishers, two of our groups tied for second place. Both our Newport group and the Mustard Seed School won second place.
Our results in the rated section were even better!
With 5 players from the Cordero
School in Jersey City , courtesy of our Newport group, their scores were even more astonishing.
The Award winners
Aryan Singh and Neil Mehta with 3 points. (3 wins and only 1 defeat!), and Yash Bajaj with a score of 2.5.
The number one player of the day, however was Anagh
Anagh went a perfect 4-0 to be named first place champion.
School won First place and were named FIRST PLACE CHAMPIONS.
This was Cordero’s second team Tournament first place
finish. They won the 2007 New Jersey State
Chess Federation Championship.
The players were;
Yash Bajaj, Ansul Kaware, Mema Khazanov, Anagh Kulkarni, Neil Mehta,
Yash Tewari, Vrutik Thakkar, Aman Gupta, Arpan Gupta, Brecon Hession , Aryan Iyer
Bredan Klemm-Smith, Thomas Narramore, Jeramiah Narramore,
Ian Russell, Aryan Singh , Simran Singh , Max Tamarkin
|New York City March 2, 2008