The Pittsburgh Chess Club
St., Suite 209
412 421 1881
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Welcome to the
Pittsburgh Chess Club! The PCC has roots going back to the early 1900s,
and remains committed to serving the needs of chess players in Pittsburgh
and Allegheny County. We have one of the largest chess libraries you'll
ever see. We also have a large supply of chess equipment. Refreshments
are available for purchase.
Regular hours: Wednesdays
1:00-9:30pm. Saturdays 2:00-5:00pm and 7:00-9:00pm.
Club is open some Friday nights,
depending on steward availability. Call for details.
Rated Tournaments: Tuesdays and some
Youth classes with Jerry
Download a PCC membership form,
mail it in, and join the fun today!
NOTICE REGARDING ROUND 5 OF ABRAMS
As you may know, severe weather
caused a complete loss of power to the Wightman Building on Tuesday
evening, June 13. As a result, the club could not open for play. The PCC
sincerely apologizes for this, but there was no way to avoid it.
The club has opted to make round
5, on June 20, the final round of the event as originally scheduled, in
order to maintain equal conditions for all players. Tentative pairings for
the final round have been posted here. We thank you for your understanding.
Upcoming Tournament Flyers
Entering a tournament? No
our entry form, complete it, and remit it with your entry. Done!
Please note: The
Pittsburgh Chess Club reserves the right to require use of a carbonless
duplicate scoresheet (to be furnished by the PCC) in any PCC tournament
game, and to mandate submission of one copy of that scoresheet by each
player to the PCC. This authority is granted by US Chess Rule 15G. This
will usually be limited to the top 1-2 boards in the top section of a
tournament during the last 1-2 rounds.
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a great day for OTB chess.
Pittsburgh Chess Club, Inc.
A Non-Profit Organization
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