Below is the conclusion to a chess game from International Master Emory Tate’s simultaneous exhibition at the Fremont Summer Chess Camp played on 7/21/2015. For the previous moves, please refer to “Mate in 4 Challenge from Emory Tate’s Simultaneous Exhibition at MSJE.”
Below is a game from IM Emory Tate’s chess simul at the Fremont Summer Chess Camp. The simul consisted of 30 boards occupied by many of the top scholastic chess players in Northern California. Emory Tate won on every board and completed the task in under 2 and 1/2 hours. I am purposefully leaving theContinue reading “Mate in 4 Challenge from Emory Tate’s Simultaneous Exhibition at MSJE”
On our fourteenth day of the Fremont Summer Chess Camp, International Master Emory Tate put on a show by winning with ease against 30 of the top young players in California. Every player who participated received Emory’s autograph on their game score and a souvenir photo from the simul. Later in the week, I willContinue reading “Fremont Summer Chess Camp 2015: Day 14”
Our great coaches made the thirteenth day of the Fremont Summer Chess Camp especially lucky for scores of talented young chess players. You can still sign up for the Fremont Summer Chess Camp by visiting http://www.ChessAndMusic.com.
Don’t miss your last opportunity to register your child for a chess experience of a lifetime! REGISTER NOW! Only $222 for ONE WEEK At the Fremont Summer Chess Camp, your child will live and breathe chess while our elite coaches provide them with the most incredible educational experience available. This class will meet fromContinue reading “The Final Week of the Fremont Summer Chess Camp Starts on Monday!”
There has been a multitude of great moments during the Fremont Summer Chess Camp and I feel incredibly fortunate to be working with so many intelligent children. Below are some of my favorite photographs from our twelfth day of camp. We still have one more week of the Fremont Summer Chess Camp. Sign up today!
Below are some of our favorite moments from day 11 of the Fremont Summer Chess Camp. Click here to sign up for the remainder of our summer chess camp.
Ten days in and our campers continue to grow more enthusiastic about learning chess! Click here to find out more information on the Fremont Summer Chess Camp and to register.
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My question to fellow chess composers is, “What is the preferred method of determining whether a chess composition is unique or if the composer has unintentionally duplicated someone else’s creation?“ As an example, I am including a position I recently composed to test my students at the Fremont Summer Chess Camp. As far as IContinue reading “A Question for Chess Composers?”