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Perfect Game at the National Elementary Chess Championship

Luke Zhao, a first grader from Fremont, played a perfect chess game at the 2010 Bert Lerner National Elementary Chess Championship in Atlanta, Georgia. Below is his game with notes by his chess coach Chris Torres. [Event “Bert Lerner National Elementary Chess Championship”] [Site “Atlanta, Georgia”] [Date “2010.05.08”] [Round “1”] [White “Jha, Kubair”] [Black “Zhao, Luke”] [ResultContinue reading “Perfect Game at the National Elementary Chess Championship”

Fremont Second Grader Wins at 2010 National Elementary Chess Championship

Second grader Ojas Arun played a very nice game in round three at the 2010 Burt Lerner National Elementary Chess Championship. Ojas is another up and coming talent at Mission San Jose Elementary School in Fremont, California.  [Event “National Elementary Chess Championship”] [Site “Atlanta, Georgia “] [Date “2010.05.08”] [Round “3”] [White “Arun, Ojas”] [Black “Paggart, Chandler”]Continue reading “Fremont Second Grader Wins at 2010 National Elementary Chess Championship”

National Elementary Chess Championship: Part Three

The 2010 edition of the Burt Lerner National Elementary Chess Championship is now history.  Once Again, Northern California has proven itself to be an ideal location for budding young chess players to grow into national champions.  Below is a list of the 2010 National Chess Champions from Northern California: Daniel Lu scored 6/7 at the  2010  Burt Lerner National Elementary ChessContinue reading “National Elementary Chess Championship: Part Three”