Hall of Fame
The Chess Power Hall of Fame™ celebrates junior chess players that have achieved an incredible milestone in their chess playing ability.
There are two ways to become a member of the Hall of Fame.
1. Achieving the Chess Power Junior Master™ Title
Alphaeus came 1st place in the Junior Division of the Chess Power National Interschools Finals 2011 and was awarded the Junior Master title during the 1st MC Cup Qualifiers 2012 event.
William won the MC Cup Finals Championships 2012 and was awarded the Junior Master title at the 1st MC Cup Qualifiers event in 2013.
Johnson was the highest scoring player at the Chess Power Interschool National Finals 2015 scoring 8 from 9 games and accordingly was awarded the Junior Master title.
Miles Lee achieved the remarkable score of 8 from 9 games at the Chess Power Nationals Finals 2015 equalling the top score at the event. Miles was awarded the Junior Master title for this outstanding achievement.
Tri Nguyen, affectionately known amongst friends as Harry, achieved clear 1st place in the prestigious and ultra-strong Champions Trophy 2015 and was awarded the Junior Master title at this event.