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Columbia, SC, United States
Ingezonden door SamCopeland op 31 oktober 2015 08:53.
Last night I fell victim to a unique and pretty trap from a young opponent in the South Carolina State Championships. I don't want to preface the combination too much so I'll simply ask this...
In the below position, I intended 22.fxe5 fxe5 23. dxc4 ...Lees meer »
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Sam Copeland got into chess at the late age of 14; a voracious reader, Sam learned to play chess through books. After devouring the local library's collection of chess books, Sam won the 2002 and 2003 South Carolina High School chess championships. After graduation, Sam studied at the University of Texas at Dallas representing their national championship team in many tournaments. While at UTD, Sam was the 2005 Southwest Collegiate Champion, the 2006 Dallas Club Champion, and he represented UTD in 4 US Amateur Team East tournaments, twice finishing second on tiebreaks. Sam played for the Dallas Destiny in the inaugural 2005 year of the US Chess League, and he captained the team the following year. In 2007, Sam entered graduate school in Buffalo, NY; while in graduate school, Sam took 3 years off from chess to pursue his studies. After marrying his vibrant wife, Miller, Sam resumed competitive chess and earned the National Master title in 2012. In 2013, Sam returned to his home state of South Carolina where he started "Strategery: Chess and Games" to grow scholastic chess in SC. Sam now works for Chess.com as part of their content team; his responsibilities include writing news articles and editing the outstanding videos, articles, and lessons that Chess.com puts out everyday.
Outside of chess, Sam enjoys swing dancing, camping, and travel. Sam also finished his first marathon in 2014, coming in at 3:57.
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