|CCLA Server Chess|
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A dozen reasons... to play server chess here!
|• Convenient. Play your server chess games from desktop, iphone or tablet.|
|• Easy to use. No complicated software to download, install or update. Everything happens right in your own browser.|
|• Log on the server, select My Games, make your next move(s) in the graphical chess interface and then log off. It's that easy!|
|• The server automatically notifies players by email when a new section starts and / or an opponent has played a new move, eliminating the need to log on and off the server, looking for opponents' latest moves.|
|• 100% free access to both CCLA websites - all content - no annoying log on required.|
|• No intrusive pop-ups, ads, screen highjacks or app stores. CCLA doesn't sell anything and doesn't accept any commercial advertising.|
|• No cookies, tracking codes or web bugs (see privacy statement.)|
|• No anonymous opponents or fake user names - CCLA members use their real names.|
|• Membership in CCLA includes your choice of quarterly printed magazine or pdf version delivered via email.|
|• Contact CCLA using regular email. No irritating Captchas or log-ins required.|
|• Updated CCLA ratings, results and Grand Prix standings are published monthly.|
|• Not FIDE, ICCF or USCF rated? No problem! CCLA will assign your initial rating so you can begin server play right away.|
Are you just learning to play chess? Use our link to FIDE's official Rules of Chess. Do you know the Arabian Mate, or the x-ray attack in chess? CCLA offers a How to Play Chess Tutorial, indexed by topic: Glossary of chess terms, 24 Standard Tactics with live pgn demos and 25 Checkmate Patterns with live pgn demos and Mate-in-2, Mate-in-3 and Mate-in-4 Puzzles and a comprehensive study plan for the many types of endgames.
New chess players must understand the Laws of Chess, CCLA's Rules of Play and be able to read and write standard algebraic chess notation before entering CCLA tournaments. New server players are encouraged to review our Server Faq, Adjudication FAQ and the CCLA Server Rules.
|ANNUAL GRAND PRIX CONTEST|
|2017 - 2018|
|Latest results as of 02 / 28 / 2018|
| Grand Prix
page lists all participants in GP point order.|
|Grand Prix Contest Rules|
Final standings are based on results from 04/01/17 - to 03/31/18. Wins count +3 pts, draws +1 pt. Note: results from matches with foreign teams are not counted.
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