Here are the current L.A. Chess Ladder standings. They are regularly updated as challenges and tournaments are played and new members join. To challenge a player, visit the directory to get that player’s contact info.
Remember, you must be inside the top 20 in order to challenge the top 10 ranked players! In addition, you must be inside the top 10 in order to challenge the #1 ranked player. Good luck everyone!
As of 2/21/2018
R. J. Briggs
Mark Doty Jr.
To see what challenges have been played, visit the results page!
How do you move up the ladder? If you beat a higher ranked player, you move ahead of that player. If you lose to a higher ranked player, nothing happens. Finally, if you draw against a higher ranked player, you move up to one position behind that player.
- If #5 Dave beats #2 Carl -> Dave is now #2 and Carl is #3.
- If #3 Jessica beats #7 Debbie -> No change!
- If #8 Stevie draws with # 4 Heather -> Stevie is now #5 and Heather is still #4.
Want to see your name on this ranking list? Become a member of The L.A. Chess Ladder! Remember, everyone is welcome to join regardless of age, gender, or playing level. And don’t forget, it’s totally free! Join us today!
L.A. Chess Spot: The Santa Monica Chess Park is a really fun place to play chess. Lots of friendly people and tons of chess tables. Check it out! It is right next to the Santa Monica Pier.
Questions? Concerns? Want to join the L.A. Chess Ladder?
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