One thing I enjoy almost as much as playing and watching chess is watching chess players play. I like to observe their different characteristic behaviours and mannerisms at the board. It is fascinating to me, and I think it reveals a lot about the... | Read More
England, Washington, Year 7 (first day), Registration England, Erith, Year 10, English England, Wolsingham, Year 12, English Argentina, Buenos Aires, Grade 4, Natural Science Saudi Arabia, Dammam, Kindergarden, Activities Yemen, Mana... | Read More
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My typical day.
I often wonder what people do with their time. What does their typical day consist of? There's actually a feature in... | Read More
Here is what Damilola Odusote, London-based artist, is to say about the Anand-Carlsen "match."
Well, you may not like it, but that is what we have still been seeing in Chennai so far.
A success story verging on the mythological, Damilola ... | Read More
In 1485, Pedro Arbues (1441-1485), Dominican member of the Inquisition, ordered victims of persecutions to stand in as figures in a game of living chess. The game was played by two blind monks. Each time the captured piece was taken, the person re... | Read More