As I look back on the past 12-months, I can say it has been quite a year for chess! With a new World Chess Champion and business for my nonprofit booming, I anticipate another fun and exciting year in 2014. To end 2013, I have chosen to recap my most popular chess posts of this past year.
So enjoy this trip down memory lane and feel free to pass along your own highlights from 2013. I wish you a Happy New Year and I look forward to exploring chess with you in 2014!
January: Being selected for the USA vs Russia Correspondence Chess Match.
February: Naming of the Torres Chess and Music Academy All Star Team
March: My Winter report on Scholastic Chess in California
April: MSJE Wins the National Championship
May: 10 Reasons to Attend the TCAMA Summer Chess Camp in Fremont
June: The Mission San Jose Elementary School Chess Camp is the Perfect Choice for Parents
July: The Czech is in the Mail
August: Great News for Bay Area Chess
September: Would Paul Morphy be Competitive with the Grandmasters of Today?
October: What is the Best Sacrifice in the History of Chess?
November: The World Chess Championship Match Between Anand and Carlsen
December: Hopefully this very post. Happy New Year!