Happy New Year: The Best of my Chess Musings for 2013

As I look back on the past 12-months, I can say it has been quite a year for chess! With a new World Chess Champion and business for my nonprofit booming, I anticipate another fun and exciting year in 2014. To end 2013, I have chosen to recap my most popular chess posts of this past year.

2013 was a Great Year for Chess!

2013 was a Great Year for Chess!

So enjoy this trip down memory lane and feel free to pass along your own highlights from 2013. I wish you a Happy New Year and I look forward to exploring chess with you in 2014!

 

January: Being selected for the USA vs Russia Correspondence Chess Match.

 

February: Naming of the Torres Chess and Music Academy All Star Team

 

March: My Winter report on Scholastic Chess in California

 

April: MSJE Wins the National Championship

The National Champions from MSJE

The National Champions from MSJE

 

 

May: 10 Reasons to Attend the TCAMA  Summer Chess Camp in Fremont

 

June: The Mission San Jose Elementary School Chess Camp is the Perfect Choice for Parents

 

July: The Czech is in the Mail

 

August: Great News for Bay Area Chess

 

September: Would Paul Morphy be Competitive with the Grandmasters of Today?

Paul Morphy in 1858

Paul Morphy in 1858

 

October: What is the Best Sacrifice in the History of Chess?

 

November: The World Chess Championship Match Between Anand and Carlsen

The Chess Match of the Century! (photo courtesy of http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/)

The Chess Match of the Century! (photo courtesy of http://susanpolgar.blogspot.com/)

 

December: Hopefully this very post. Happy New Year!

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