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2008 Inter-Service Chess - Final Round Underway PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Thu, Jun 12 2008 (08:33)

Baniel keeps his lead despite losing his sixth round game to Choate, the Navy’s top seed. Eight players (Keough, Bucholtz, Dulger, Ranario, Echaure, Macaspac, Pitts and Choate) are behind Baniel’s heels at four points each.

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Baniel leads with 4.5, Dulger in second place PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Wed, Jun 11 2008 (18:50)

Baniel beat Ranario in round five to take sole lead in a 20-player field with 4.5 points. Dulger who is proving to be the sensation of the tournament is only half a point behind. Baniel’s score reflecting his solid performance is enough to guarantee a team spot on the US Armed Forces Team for the NATO event. The Army is now tied with the Air Force, each team with 19 points. Individual scores and team standing will be posted in the next entry.

 

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CHESS IN EDUCATION WORKSHOP PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alexey W. Root on Wed, Jun 11 2008 (06:48)
USCF logoAugust 7, 2008 is the date of the USCF Chess in Education workshop. Please see the press release. I am the co-organizer of the workshop, and one of the presenters. I look forward to seeing you there!
 
2008 Inter-Service Chess Championship PDF Print E-mail
Written by Andres D Hortillosa on Tue, Jun 10 2008 (12:00)

This year’s edition of chess rivalry between the armed services is already showing hints of historical proportions. For the first time ever in the history of military chess, a lone Air Force tigress laid waste to a field of mesmerized men by defeating the top boards of both the Army and Navy teams.

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SPEED CHESS WITH PINS PDF Print E-mail
Written by Alexey W. Root on Mon, Jun 09 2008 (17:57)

Tonight I attended Denton Chess Club. My first speed chess game was as black against Julia Jones. It was her move in this position. White: Kh1; Qh4; Rs a1, e4; Ps a2, b2, f6, g5, h3. Black: Kg8; Qc6; Rs d2, f8; Bf4; Ps a7, b5, c5, c4, f7, g6. The white rook on e4 is pinned to the white king on h1. What was nice about the continuation is that more pressure was put on this pin. In other words, just as I taught students last week at T. H. Rogers, when you have a pin, add pressure! The continuation was

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