The Circular Chess Society
- Home page of the Circular Chess Society.
- Circular Chess Society information page.
- Circular Chess Society membership form.
- In 1996, the Circular Chess Society held its first World Championship: Robin Stevens became the first World Champion after a tournament with around 30 participants.
- In 1997, the second World Championship was held. It took place on Sunday, May 25, 1997, in Lincoln, UK. You can read more about it on the news page; Francis Bowers became the second World Champion.
- The third World Championship was held Sunday, May 17, 1998: read more about it.
- The 2000 World Circular Chess Championship: May 14, 2000, at St. Mary's Guildhall, Lincoln, UK. More information on the Mindsports site.
The Circular Chess Society sends a newsletter to its members, called Chess Nuts. Membership of the CCS costs 5 pounds per year, worldwide.
For all information on the CCS, write to:
The Circular Chess Societyor email to: (email removed contact us for address) .com.
11 North Parade
Lincoln, LN1 1LB
The Lincoln Circular Chess Board produced by the Society and seen on TV can be obtained for 35 Pound, including postage and packaging inside the UK. One year's free membership is included when a board is obtained. A free information pack can be obtained by sending an SAE to The Society.
- Announcement of the world championship circular chess in 1999.
- Press release: Francis Bowers wins the '99 World Championship Circular Chess.
- Chessnuts 2000. Newsletter of the Circular Chess Society for the year 2000. By Rob Stevens.
- Article on the CIRCULAR CHESS WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP 2000 from Variant Chess.
Written by: Hans Bodlaender, based on information by Robin Stevens.
WWW page created: March 24, 1997. Last modified: May 14, 2003.