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I have decided to include some information about myself, as a teacher, and as a tournament player. I started with competitive chess around the age of 19. First taking a real interest in the game as I attended a local community college there in Oakland, California. I had always had a love for chess. … Continue reading "Some Info On The Head Instructor and Founder of Regal Chess."
Quite an interesting game. My guess is, the game was likely drawn with accurate play from both sides. I tend to press for wins however. Since the clock favored me a bit, I decided to keep playing after my opponent offered a draw, in what seemed like a fairly level position. FIGHT on! To VICTORY!
This really looks like an excellent read. Relating chess and music. Clearly, the two endeavors have much in common. Tempo, and rhythm. As well as flow of a game and/or musical composition are quite similar. I won’t give away too much. I would encourage my guests, however, to check this out.
Another tight game. I managed to pull of a win in the #Trompovskyattack. A great opening system for white when you want to avoid getting into a lot of theory, and just go after your opponent, and play chess. This game led into an exciting rook vs rook endgame. I honestly thought my opponent could … Continue reading "A victory over another American Master playing #blitz."
This game included the French defense, Tarrasch variation as the opening choice for black. I studied this fairly extensively some years back, with excellent results in tournament play. However, with my lack of opening study now, I often find myself at a loss as to what I should play when it comes to following opening … Continue reading "A game I really Should have Lost. Perseverance kept me in it."