Keeping Chess a New Mexican Tradition

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New Mexico Chess Organization

NMCO, P.O. Box 4215, Albuquerque, NM 87196-4215

President: Will Barela
Vice President: Andrew Flores
Treasurer: Dean Brunton or 505-241-2618
Secretary: Mike Hibner
Tournament Organizer: Steve Perea
Desert Knight Editor: Doug Thigpen
Webmaster: Andrew Ackerman
NMCO Board Email: board@nmchess.org

Welcome to the new NMCO Website! This new site design for NMCO is powered by WordPress, which will allow for easier data input and management for NMCO. On the top right you will notice the following icon hamburger. This icon is called the hamburger menu. If you click on it with your mouse or touch it with your finger on a tablet or mobile device it will allow you to see the main menu.

On the forum page we have added the ability to submit posts through the website. Simply click the link on the right side of the page called “Submit a Post” to fill out the form. It allows for HTML and Rich text along with the ability to paste images. Another added feature in the forum area is the ability to respond to posts through the comments. All posts and comments will be approved by the webmaster before making it to the live site. The NMCO board hopes you enjoy our new website.

NMCO would like to formally thank Jeff Sallade and Joey Troy for the hard work of supporting the NMCO Website.

-NMCO

Our Constitution
Our By Laws

La Tienda Open Results

This event has now been rated. Congrats to section winners Aravind and Rob Gabriele and thanks to all 10 entrants. Our next one will be a quad at the La Farge library in Santa Fe on October 6th. Hope to see you there.

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Important NMCO Board Meeting 8/26

The next NMCO board meeting will be held Sunday August 26th at the Wyndham Hotel after the NM Class Championship.  We will be discussing the constitution and bi-laws with regards to voting for the next board.  Hope to see you all there.

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Class Championship

Greetings, Our Class Championship is upon us! What is a Class Championship you may ask? A Class is where players are assigned to tightly grouped sections according to their current US Chess rating. This allows players to experience tournament play with fair, yet...

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