I was honored to be employed as the Chief Tournament Director for The Eade Foundation’s Say Gay Chess Day chess tournament. It was especially fitting that James Eade formally welcomed the gay community into the chess community in a place that has such a storied chess history as The Mechanics’ Institute in San Francisco. In all, approximately twenty people participated in the inaugural Say Gay Chess Day and I am proud to have been part of this truly historic day for Northern California chess. Hats off to Jim Eade and The Eade Foundation for sponsoring the event!
Please enjoy this slideshow from the 2022 Say Gay Chess Day: