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Episode 46: “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There”

Episode 46 of “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There” asks: how we can for a business-to-business community with non-chess businesses? We examine one method and ask for more ideas! Related posts: Episode 43 Chess Files The Answers are Out There with Abel Talamantez FM Craig Mar joins us

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Episode 45 The Koltanowski Conference

Episode 45 of “The Chess Files: The Answers are Out There” covers the 3rd International Kotlanowski Conference on Chess and Education. Our guests Al Lawrence and Beatriz Marinello tell us what it was like and what it was all about. Related posts: Episode 43 Chess Files The Answers are Out

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Paul Covington: “How do chess clubs become part of the larger community?”

Paul Covington, a part of both the Senior and Club committees for US Chess, joins us today to answer the question: “How do chess clubs become part of the larger community?” Related posts: Mechanics Chess Broadcast: Jim joins the conversation. Interview with 2021 Chess Educator of the Year Jerald Times

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Episode 43 Chess Files The Answers are Out There with Abel Talamantez

Abel was the winner of the US Chess “Organizer of the Year” award for 2021. He is also the chair of their Club Committee. We talk with him about the value of the chess clubs and how they can add value to whatever community they are a part of. Building

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Elliott Winslow Interview!

Episode 42 of “The Chess Files the Answers are Out There” features IM Elliott Winslow. He is the winner of the Northern California Senior State Chess Championship. This qualified him for the Irwin Tournament of Senior State Champions. Elliott tells us what that was like and much, much more. Related

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Timur Gareyev at the Open. Live!

Live from the US Open! The blindfold champion tells us about how he manages feats of stamina such as playing so many boards simultaneously without seeing any of them! Except for in his brain of course! Related posts: The Harold Winston I Knew Mahmud Hassain: Leadership and Teaching Chess Lauren

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Abhimanyu Mishra is not only the youngest GM in history, but he was also the first winner of the “Arthur Award” for excellence in chess given each year by the Eade Foundation.

Abhimanyu Mishra is not only the youngest GM in history, but he was also the first winner of the “Arthur Award” for excellence in chess given each year by the Eade Foundation for the best essay consistent with the Foundation’s mission.  This photo was taken at the 2021 US Open

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The Eade Foundation was happy to help a program in Bhutan receive chess equipment.

The Eade Foundation was happy to help a program in Bhutan receive chess equipment.  We were contacted by Lior Aizenberg of Israel, to work on another project, and he mentioned his desire to get chess equipment to a group in Bhutan.  We were pleased to contribute. Related posts: James Eade

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We have provided equipment to start a program in Capetown, South Africa.

We have provided equipment to start a program in Capetown, South Africa.  We were contacted via Facebook about the need for equipment and we were able to help them get started.  The program has grown by leaps and bounds.  The Eade Foundation was happy to play a part in its

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The Eade Foundation won the Chess Journalists of America Best Chess Website award for 2020-21.

The Eade Foundation won the Chess Journalists of America Best Chess Website award for 2020-21.  This was our first full year of eligibility.  The award was earned by Philip Warton for the technical work and James Eade for the chess content.  Related posts: James Eade Receives Arthur Award For Chess

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