Welcome to the DNA Chess Club
Weekly Meetings - Club Tournaments - Summer Camps - Private Lessons - Community

 

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Weekly meetings

Casual Wednesday night meetings at Panera bread from 6pm - 8pm

Club Tournaments

Monthly club tournaments at Panera

Summer
camps

Summer camps at the Hyatt place cityview and the Mira Vista Country Club

Lessons

Chess lessons for beginners in-person and online. Starting at 25 dollars an hour

About

We are DNA Chess, a nationally recognized organization in the Fort Worth area. Our club consists of getting together on a regular basis in order to share ideas and enjoy activities based on our common interests. Our mission is to bridge people together using chess and provide educational opportunities for the youth. We also host tournaments and private lessons for those interested in taking their chess skills to the next level.  If you’re interested in joining or would like to learn more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch with us and we would be happy to answer any questions.

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Hours and Location

When

Our free weekly meetings are Wednesday's from 6 - 8 at Panera Bread

 

Location

4611 S Hulen St, Fort Worth, TX 76132, USA

Contact

dnachessclub@gmail.com

(817)-733-7741

Customer Feedback

Sammuel

"Amazing chess club! Well organized and great for first timers."

"My son always wants to come back and play more chess."

Angelique T

"It is a wonderful community of people of all ages coming together for the love of the game. The atmosphere is relaxed and everyone is welcome to drop by and play."

SId Rajbandury

"Wonderful chess club. Great that kids and adults have an opportunity to get together to play and learn."

Jennifer

"omg I got yummy grilled mac n cheese sandwich it was so good that I couldn't even focus on the chess game"

Ian Khan

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