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Menu Skip to content Home Who is this Dude? Chess School U. Chess League Twitter!! Chess League. He is a former member of the Executive Board of the United States Chess Federation , to which his younger sister Jennifer Shahade was hired as the executive editor-in-chief of the website.
Greg had a distinguished scholastic career, highlighted by three national chess championships: tying for first in the National Junior High School Championship and the National High School Championship, and winning the United States Junior Open outright.
He won the prestigious Samford Fellowship, awarded by the U. Chess Trust to the top U. Whenever there is a tie at the top of the crosstable, you will always know who is ahead based on their performance in the rapid tournament.
This is the second most important event in chess and the idea of what to do on a tie needs to be taken more seriously, instead of the lazy solution that is currently being used.
We are used to seeing famous superstar athletes get worse as they age. Eventually their skills erode to the point where they retire.
The same thing happens in chess. Sometime around the age of , players seem to lose a step. There are exceptions of course, Vishy Anand has been killing it lately, but for the most part this is true.
Why is all of it bullshit? I can improve at literally anything. I could be better at chess, all I have to do is work harder.
Therefore the only thing left is that age will slow him down very slightly. He has nothing left of himself to give. Almost none of us have tapped that much of our potential in any field, and therefore we can still improve.
Maybe if I was younger it would be easier, but I could still do it if I really wanted to. The same thing is true in athletics. I am in the best shape of my life at 39 years old, and I am sure that if I wanted, I could be in even better shape at While I owe CrossFit for my current athletic ability, I have not taken it so seriously that I have reached my peak potential.
If I wanted to get stronger and more fit, I would just have to work harder. My age might mean that I have to work a little bit harder than if I was 25, but there is absolutely no doubt that I could be better in five years than I am now.
I write this because I see age used as an excuse a lot of the time. But I know that at this point, nothing stands in the way of improvement.
I could learn languages, I could get better at chess and I could literally learn anything in the world and get much better at it.
Unless you are an elite athlete or performer, and have given nearly everything you could have to your art for many years, you can get better at anything if you want it badly enough.
Here are ten reasons why you should definitely call in sick from work on January 18th and stay logged on to chess. Last year we had 11 players rated above in the league.
Magnus Carlsen : Norway Gnomes. Maxime Vachier-Lagrave : Marseille Migraines. Shakhriyar Mamedyarov : San Jose Hackers.
Viswanathan Anand : Mumbai Movers. Hikaru Nakamura : Seattle Sluggers. Hou Yifan : Montreal Chessbrahs. It will have almost anything you could possibly wish to know about the league.
You can follow your favorite teams, there will be a live scoreboard at the top and there will be post match recaps. The fans asked for this and we listened.
Last year the PRO Chess League had 48 teams, with some of the teams being much weaker than the strongest teams.
This led to a lot of lopsided and uninteresting matches. It also resulted in too much action for fans to follow.
This year we decided to cut the field down, and also create qualifiers to determine our new teams. The bottom two teams in each division will also be removed from the league and have to qualify again in a very competitive qualification process we had 40 teams fighting for just 8 spots this year!
That means that even teams who are eliminated from the playoffs, will still have something serious to fight for.
They will all get their own weekly slots that they will share with a co-host. Check out all of our commentators here.
Read here for more details. Last season some fans had difficulty finding the games of their favorite teams.
Those teams are:. They are sure to be one of the most dangerous teams in the league. Anton Smirnov is a 17 year old GM and will be getting some great experience for the team.
GM Max Illingworth, who has a cool Patreon page, will also be part of the team. Championship Contender, Alex Onischuk, is playing for the Horses.
Also the well known chess announcer and streamer, GM Sergei Shipov is part of the team. With a very motivated manager, Artak Manukyan, they have managed to sign lots of strong Armenian talents.
The Trolls are a younger group of players, with lower ratings than their Gnome counterparts, but you can see that they are a hungry and motivated group.
On top of all of these reasons we will have a brand new format of matches held twice per season, called Super Saturday. This will pit teams from different divisions against each other in a sixteen team free for all.
We will also have some of the most well known chess streamers taking part in the league, such as Eric Hansen, John Bartholomew, Kevin Bordi, Andrey Ostrovsky, Andrew Tang, and many more.
Stay tuned for even more exciting details to be announced as the season progresses, and tune in on January 18th for the first round of action. Our normal match day will be held on Wednesdays, but our first match is on a Thursday to coordinate with the rest day at Tata Steel.
While we played my mom would be going about her business, but occasionally peek over to make fun of our plebian words and tell us how bad we were.
Of course she was right. She was going to play with her friends and asked me to count the tiles for them, probably to give me something to do.
I came downstairs and told her. And while my mom found it super amusing and retold the story for years, it also ruined their game.
So I did the normal thing and downloaded some software to help me memorize words. I holed myself up in my bedroom for about a week and quickly learned all the 2 letter words, then decided I had to know every 3 letter word.
I also learned maybe the top most popular 7 letter words and maybe the top 8 letter words. Lastly I played a bunch of training games on the Internet Scrabble Club, and could tell I was at least halfway decent.
I was now ready to crush my mother. So I got on the train but I was there for one reason and one reason only: for the Ultimate Family Scrabble showdown.
I got home and pretended to just be there to hang out. I completely destroyed her!! Views Read Edit View history. Help Learn to edit Community portal Recent changes Upload file.
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