Shaun Smith wrote a nice article about Chess in the Schools' MLK day tournament; Alexis Paredes won the championship section.
Wednesday, January 20, 2010
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intermittent thoughts on my life and work as the chess coach at IS 318, a public middle school in Brooklyn
If you'll forgive my using your page as a proxy (you will, won't you?), I have a comment on the article, specifically on the game Corbblah-Sher. I address it to Mr. Corbblah, if he is reading this (he is, isn't he?). It's completely plain to me that Sher knows he dodged a bullet and is desperately afraid you will try the Blackmar-Diemer again next time. Don't let him hornswoggle you, Jonathan.
I also have to say that if Sher was going to include a game of his own rather than by the tournament winner, it should have been a much, much more interesting one.
At the time it was the only game I had access to. I wanted to get one of Alexis' games, but since I had a limited time frame, and could not get a hold of Alexis, I was limited to the game in question. Perhaps Elizabeth will post one of his games on her blog.
Nicely written article ,Shaun
argh, i am going to have a match with Sher
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