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Columbia, SC, United States
Ingezonden door SamCopeland op 12 januari 2015 20:58.
How to Improve
The most common question I hear from chess students and friends is some version of "How can I improve?". Every strong player has heard this question countless times, and every aspiring player has asked it. My stock answer is to solve t...Lees meer »
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I've been playing chess since I was 10 in South Carolina. I was a voracious reader and discovered a curious book about Sherlock Holmes and chess (http://amzn.to/1chi4ew) involving "retrograde analysis". I had always enjoyed problems, and I was hooked by the intricate problems chess posed. I spent a long time learning about chess through books before I found a website online and managed to hook up with a local chess club and get into tournaments when I was 14.
I can't say I've ever felt particularly talented ;) my progress in chess has been gradual and workmanlike. However, I have derived great pleasure from competing in chess, from teaching chess, and from the many friendships formed through chess.
I also enjoy cinema, swing dance, and am happy to have completed my first marathon this summer.
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