Scarborough Seniors Chess Club

[singlepic id=83 w=320 h=240 float=right]The Scarborough Seniors Chess Club was founded by Mr. Benson Wong on April 11, 1998. The club is open to any seniors who are interested in Xiangqi. Members meet weekly at both the Dynasty Center and the L’Amoreaux Community Centre. It also organizes tournament for seniors and has co-organized different special events with the Toronto Xiangqi Assoication for the past years. For more information about the club please contact:

Benson Wong, President
Tel: 1 (416) 299-6598
Fax: 1 (416) 299-6506

Hours and Locations

Day Time Location Address
Tuesday 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm Agincourt Community Center 31 Glenwatford Dr. Scarborough Ontario
Thursday 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm L’Amoreaux Community Centre 2000 McNicoll Ave. Scarborough Ontario
Friday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Agincourt Community Center 31 Glenwatford Dr. Scarborough Ontario
Saturday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm Milliken Mills Community Center 7600 Kennedy Road Markham Ontario
Sunday All Day (Not Official) New Kennedy Square – Food Court 8360 Kennedy Road Markham Ontario

7 Responses to Scarborough Seniors Chess Club

  1. Justin Gillies says:

    I was just wondering if there were some players in the Etobicoke area? I would love to join the group but sadly getting out to Markham is difficult for someone whose only source of transportation is the TTC.

  2. Bill Brydon says:

    > Can anyone tell me where I can purchase the rules of (English) chess in Chinese?

    Don’t spend money. The rules, as well as some English books can be downloaded for free from wxf.org. See the the “Xiangqi Books in English” link at the top of our left nav.

  3. Alan Paterson says:

    Can anyone tell me where I can purchase the rules of (English) chess in Chinese?

  4. Yang says:

    My father lives in Richmond Hill and he really likes playing chess. Can we hold some activity in Richmond Hill? Thanks!

  5. computeropponent says:

    why need chinese chess book and software? this is not a good way to learn to be good player
    I suggest you just play the game but always against stronger than you opponent.
    book can software later

  6. Bill says:

    Hi Tam,

    I’ve asked around – we don’t know of any English-language training software. Here’s a set of basic videos in English. You can find other resources, including free English language books, at wxf.org. Let us know if you have more questions.

  7. Tam says:

    To whom it may concern,

    I was wondering if you have any Chinese Chess training software that I can buy, in English version. I’m just new in this and I need help. Thanks so much for your time.

    Best regards,

    Tam

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