Welcome to the Klanky the Robot chess website!

Chess is one of the most challenging games ever created, allowing for a lifetime of skills development.  This site is dedicated to promoting chess playing, particularly in Port Washington, Wisconsin, Klanky's home town!

Breaking News...

Due to heavy snow predicted for Friday and Saturday, December 16-17, the 20th Joe Feider Memorial has been POSTPONED.  Please check with the ORCA website for information on rescheduling.

The Ozaukee Regional Chess Association (ORCA) has started a series of rated G/30 tournaments here in Ozaukee County!  Check out the ORCA website for full details on these tournaments and other chess happenings north of Milwaukee!

Play Klanky's Human Online...

Klanky's human creator, Tom, plays chess on the Internet Chess Club, Chess.com and FreeChess.org (FICS) as "Klankster" -- If you're on any of these chess-playing sites, drop him a note and invite him to play!

... or in person!

Tom also plays chess at Port Washington's Java Dock Cafe, where he hosts chess- and Scrabble-playing on Monday nights throughout the year.  This  group meets every Monday starting at 7PM.  Players of all ages and skill levels are welcome.  If you have a chess set or Scrabble game, please bring it along.  Tom if you have any questions!


Check here for any last-minute updates
to the Chess Night schedule!

There will be NO chess/Scrabble on the upcoming dates:

Monday, September 17


Ozaukee Regional Chess Association

We're a supporter of ORCA, the Ozaukee Regional Chess Association.  This group was formed to promote chess in Ozaukee County and the surrounding area.

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Other local chess opportunities

Check out the Thursday Knights chess group in Mequon, WI -- They meet the second Thursday of each month!

The Lakeview Chess Club, managed by Edward Ferber, meets the 1st, 3rd and 5th Mondays of every month and occasional Saturdays at the Lakeview Library in Random Lake, WI.


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