Hamburger Schachklub My club and Germany’s biggest chess club, based on decades of intense work with kids and youngsters.
Schachklub Union Eimsbüttel Here I learned chess at the age of 9 from Heinz Ösau and stayed until I was German Junior Champion.
Schach-Club Kreuzberg A cool club from a cool neighbourhood. They helped me on different levels.
Pinneberger SC When I was young, they supported my career with two simultaneous exhibitions.
SK Ricklingen They invited me to a simul around 30 years ago. Some wise old men of the Ricklinger tribe still remember that event.
Schachklub Wilhelmsburg The club on Hamburg’s city island.
SC Wrist-Kellinghusen I always enjoyed to participate in their rapid chess tournaments back in the day.
Rochade Göttingen Dedicated to chess for children and adolescents.
SC Bad Salzdetfurth
SC Agon Neumünster They also have a strong focus on the future: More than 40% of the members are children and teenagers.
SV Bad Bevensen Bad Bevensen is a nice health resort, which I know from conducting my first ever seminar in 1996 (for the Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung).
Schachfreunde Buxtehude The place, where the famous race between hare and hedgehog occurred. Of course, I am pleased about the cunning hedgehog’s victory.
Schachclub Listiger Bauer Essen West More than a chess club!
Schach Nienberge 2003
SK Halle 1946
Schachverein Wesel 1928
Schachklub Uetersen von 1947
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