Common tags on this blog:
Meet the Mormons – Candy Bomber, after World War II
"Service if the bottom line to happiness and fulfillment," according to Col. Gail Halverson (retired), also known as the "Candy Bomber."
> Chess book for a beginner
Win a chess game. Yes, you can win!
Chess Game in an old movie
~~~~ The Seventh Seal - 1957 film
~~~ “A Little Game” — a film revolving around chess
>> Recent film with a lot of chess
>> Grandmaster Akiba Rubinstein
~~ Think big when you play chess ~~
Our Savior has the power to cleanse and really heal you
>>>>> Anti-pornography site - LDS
Nonfiction book review “How to Beat Your Dad at Chess”
> "How to Beat Your Dad at Chess"
Ropen pterosaur: not extinct!
At least one species of pterodactyl is still alive: the Hammerhead Ropen
* * * Informal chess game outdoors
Tag Archives: tournament
By the Utah chess teacher Jonathan Whitcomb Chess Tournament for Children ($5 at the door) I’m looking forward to directing the first annual Young Living Chess Tournament for children, to be held at the Young Living Lavender Farm near Mona, … Continue reading
By Jonathan Whitcomb, a chess tutor in Utah UCER Ratings in Utah Certain chess clubs in the Salt Lake Valley have their games rated using the UCER system (Utah Chess Estimated Rating), which is similar to the national rating program used … Continue reading
From the chess instructor Jonathan Whitcomb of Murray, Utah The public library in South Jordan, Utah, will host a free student chess tournament on Saturday, October 29, 2016, from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m.. This is the library just a bit … Continue reading
The following shows the top nineteen players who each scored at least three points in this four-round tournament: the San Francisco Scholastic Championship on March 12, 2016. Pre-tournament regular ratings are given after the tournament score. The ages and grades … Continue reading
By Jonathan Whitcomb Chess Grandmaster Troff wins by four points in the open section Fourteen wins in as many games—that gave 17-year-old Kayden Troff a clear victory at the University of Utah, on Saturday, February 27, 2016, in the open … Continue reading