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OleChess Camp

Thank you to those who participated in the OleCamp activities, it was a pleasure to get to know many of you! TD Note:  In the evening sessions, a playoff was used to determine the overall champion in the event of

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Hall of Fame, Elections, and Winter Open

Monday, you were recovering from that Vikings debacle.  Tuesday, your back may still be sore from all that shoveling.  Wednesday, you’ve cast away your New Year’s Resolution. Thursday, you burned your tongue on some soup, and on Friday, the person

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You Must Choose

I Choose Wesley Okay, seriously, doesn’t that flame on the left look like a chess Bishop, and the flame on the right look like a chess Knight? “Fortune and Glory, Wes. Fortune and Glory”  In a thrilling tiebreaker, Wesley So

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Test

Talk is cheap, and every email I’ve ever sent is a feeble attempt to approach face value.  Over the years, I am fortunate to be able to send an email every so often and drum up interest for chess events. 

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  • MINNESOTA OPEN February 15, 2019 – February 17, 2019 BLOOMINGTON Site: DoubleTree by Hilton, 7800 Normandale Blvd, Bloomington, MN Premier: Open to All (FIDE and USCF Rated) Entry Fee: $85 by 2/8; $95 by 2/13; $100 on site. GMs, IMs FREE. Prizes based on 45 total and 5 per class: $1000 1st, $500 2nd, $300 3rd, U2200, U2100 each $200. Amateur: Open to U2000 Entry…
  • Monday Action Quads February 18, 2019 at 7:00 pm – 11:00 pm Chess Castle of MN MONDAY: A three round robin (RR) format at Game in 30 minutes. (Game/30 delay 5 sec) You play players of comparable strength. Register from 6:30-7pm, and I will be doing the pairings right away, so we should be done by ten-thirty. Entry fee is $12 for members, $15 others. Prizes are $25 for 1st in…
  • Casual Night February 19, 2019 at 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm Chess Castle of Minnesota, 1121 NE Jackson St #134, Minneapolis, MN 55413, United States TUESDAY: 6-10pm. A night of casual play where people gather to analyze games play Blitz (Game/5) and hang out. You should be able to get the basic information on the rules to get you started and ready for the other events. (Keeping score, using a clock, tournament rules, chess etiquette and how to say "Checkmate"…