When well composed, mate in 2 chess problems are highly enjoyable which is why I share so many of these gems with the Daily Chess Musings community. Tonight’s puzzle was definitely well composed and although I had never heard of Gyula Andre before, I now have a deep respect for his talent as a composer.
See you tomorrow (June 13) at 9:00 am Pacific on The Daily Chess Musings Twitch Channel … for the start of The June 2022 edition of The Free Online Summer Chess Camp!
The fast paced nature of modern life make learning chess on your time in any convenient location the preferred choice for many. This is why I started offering so many chess lessons on YouTube in the first place. However, I have noticed that vertical videos have grown in popularity thanks to smartphones and social mediaContinue reading “Chess Shorts on YouTube”
May 09, 2022
Below are the preliminary results for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. Official results will be announced after all of the FairPlay checks are completed. In the meantime, please enjoy watching the official event broadcast hosted by FM James Eade. This does not show correct tiebreaks or the uncombined sections for prizes. Sameera GadiyaramContinue reading “The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022: Preliminary Results”
Dear Chess Parents, Thank you for registering your child for The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. By participating in this event, your child is helping further The Eade Foundation’s mission of increasing chess excellence and chess literacy around the globe. Please take a moment to learn more about The Eade Foundation by visiting their website: https://eadefoundation.org/about/. Now a few notes about tomorrow’s event:Continue reading “Important Information About The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022”
Announcing a new weekly chess tournament hosted by the Daily Chess Musings Club on Chess.com. Blitz Chess Mondays with Lauren Goodkind will pair your chess moves with Lauren’s coaching skills which is sure to create lots of exciting chess as well as teaching moments. The Daily Chess Musings online chess club was founded on JulyContinue reading “Blitz Chess Mondays with Lauren Goodkind”
Held annually, The Eade Foundation’s Spring Scholastic Chess Classic is a must in the calendar of scholastic chess players. Join us on Sunday, May 8th for a five round USCF online rated Swiss tournament while hearing from FM James Eade, President of The Eade Foundation, on the importance of chess literacy, promoting chess excellence and how weContinue reading “Prestigious Youth Chess Event on May 8!”
Organizing a successful IM or GM norm chess tournament is no easy feat. During the planning and lead up there are lots of things that organizers need to pay attention to and keep track of. Whether it’s sending invitations to foreign titled chess players, meeting all of FIDE’s technical requirements, calculating the requisiteContinue reading “Don’t Miss Out on These Exciting FIDE Events from Mission 360 and Bay Area Chess!”
Tornelo Sunday, May 8, 2022 REGISTER HERE On May 8, FIDE Master James Eade and Chris Torres of DailyChessMusings.com will come together to present the second annual Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. The goal of this online tournament is to raise awareness for the Eade Foundation’s goals of promoting chess literacy and chess excellenceContinue reading “The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic 2022”
Greetings! I’m Chris Torres, the Scholastic Coordinator for CalChess and I have some exciting news for Northern California’s scholastic chess community. Perhaps you’ve seen some of the Super State coverage on DailyChessMusings.com and thought it looked like a fun event. Maybe you attended the tournament but did not quite place high enough for a trophy.Continue reading “More Opportunities for young chess players in Northern California “
Registering for your chance to win is easy and free! Take a moment to enter the free raffle and you could win gift cards from American Chess Equipment. Follow the simple instructions at the bottom of this page: https://dailychessmusings.com/2022/02/10/upcoming-chess-events-2/
A Daily Chess Musings club member pointed out to me that I had mistakenly listed the end of March instead of February in an email sent out about our twitch raffle. To be fair to everyone, I have decided to extend the deadline for the raffle until the end of March. This means that isContinue reading “Raffle Deadline Extended”