In an exclusive interview with The Lad, a premier chess venue in New York City, owner Richard Burden and his team reveal the closure of Gotham Chess Club and how the organization will continue to provide a venue for professional chess players, players, and fans of chess for the foreseeable future.
The Lad Bible is a website run by the Chess Federation of America (CFA), which has been in existence since 1973.
In 2015, the CFA opened the first Grand Prix of its new facility, Gotham Chess, in Manhattan.
The grandmaster-level grandmaster tournament that Gotham Chess offered will be discontinued and replaced with a more affordable version that will offer chess clubs a more attractive space.
Gotham Chess has long offered chess clubs in New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York, and New York.
In 2017, the Gotham Chess club hosted the world’s most prestigious chess tournament, the New York Grand Prix.
The tournament was attended by many world-class players, including Garry Kasparov, Sergey Karjakin, Hikaru Nakamura, and many more.
The new Gotham Chess Grand Prix will feature a smaller number of players.
Gotham is also in the process of closing its facility in Midtown Manhattan to allow the construction of a new facility in the city’s East Village, and the club will no longer operate on Sundays.
The club will also discontinue the free chess program, which was offered until 2018, and will offer its players a $10 per month membership fee.
The Gotham Chess grandmaster level chess club, the one that Richard Burdens operates in New Yorker’s hearts, will not return.
Gotham has been one of the premier chess clubs on the East Coast for many years, with regular tournaments, and its membership has grown significantly in recent years.
Gotham Chess has played host to a number of professional and amateur players.
In 2017, Gotham hosted the first grandmaster championship of the New Jersey state tournament.
This was the first time the state held an annual grandmaster competition.
Gotham also hosted a major chess tournament in 2017, in addition to a grandmaster event.
Gotham hosted its own Grand Prix in 2016, which saw some of the top players in the world play for a prize purse of $10,000.
The Grand Prix tournament that Richard and his Gotham Chess team hosted last fall will no long be available.
The event, which included more than 150 players from around the world, was organized by the Gotham chess club and sponsored by the US Chess Federation.
Goths source: Gotham Chess