Tim Redman’s Retirement I was able to attend Dr. Tim Redman’s retirement after 30 years as a Professor of Humanities, Literature and Drama at the University of Texas at Dallas. Dr. Redman has been active in national and international chess governance during that entire time, and has twice been President
The Cairns Cup is the strongest female only chess competition in the United States. The Tournament is named after the maiden name of Jennie Sinquefield the wife of Rex Sinquefield, who has done so much to make St. Louis the Chess Mecca of this country. Here is a picture of me
From the Mechanics’ Institute Chess Room Newsletter #896 I don’t believe I had ever met James “Jim” Eade before quite recently – his tenure as Mechanics’ Institute Chess Club Director from 1996 to 1998 coincided with the time of my leaving for Virginia for 15 years. I missed a lot,
“I can’t think of anybody that I know that has participated in every level of the chess area.” – Dr. Alan Kirshner
“We are in the presence of chess greatness, he is an American Chess Master and holds the FIDE Master title.” – Ellen Safley, Dean of Mcdermott Library UT Dallas Dr. Abby Kratz, Associate Provost presented our CEO with this very prestigious award. Watch the video!
FM Paul Whitehead is joined by FM James Eade, former MI Chess Room Director and the author of Chess For Dummies.
Is there a place for Female-Only Chess Tournaments? The Chess Files The answers are out there. By FM Jim Eade It depends. We must start, as always, by defining our terms. Many of you are scratching your heads and wondering, “Isn’t it obvious what we mean by female?” Well, the