Camberley Chess Club are meeting online via Zoom video conference every Tuesday evening at 8PM.
If you would like to join in online, please request in advance by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
A schedule of events can be found here: Camberley Chess Club Events
Below are examples of recordings of past Tuesday online meetings for you to catch up on.
3 great games from Colin Lyne, Bobby Fischer & Gary Kasparov
Our weekly Zoom meeting presented by Colin Lyne, showing us 3 great games from Colin Lyne, Bobby Fischer & Gary Kasparov!
Tony Williams on Tigran Petrosian
Our weekly Zoom meeting presented by Tony Williams on the subject of the 9th World Chess Champion, Tigran Petrosian
Colin Purdon discussing games from the recent Altibox tournament
Our weekly Zoom meeting presented by Colin Purdon discussing games from the recent Altibox tournament
Attacking the King with IM Andrew Martin
International Master and Camberley Chess Club member, Andrew Martin presents “Attacking the King”
Chess by Postcard with Colin Lyne
Once upon a time, before the days of strong analysis engines, correspondence chess was a worthy activity for players to learn openings, practice middlegame and endings.
Strong correspondence players tended to be potentially strong OTB players.
Colin Lyne will take us through some of his earliest postal games.
The Nimzo-Indian Defence with Colin Lyne
If you are not able to join our weekly Zoom meetings then you may catch-up via YouTube.
On Tuesday, October 13th 2020, noted correspondence chess and openings expert Colin Lyne demonstrated plans, strategies and ideas in the popular Nimzo-Indian Defence and the related Bogo-Indian and Queen’s Indian Defences.
Grandmaster Keith Arkell guests at a weekly Zoom session
Grandmaster Keith Arkell guests at a weekly Zoom session for Camberley Chess Club to discuss two games in detail. First a very technical double rook ending from a Smyslov Caro-Kann and secondly a win against GM Julian Hodgson from the Sutton Congress.