How To Beat Your Dad At Chess (Murray Chandler)

I never could beat my Dad at chess. Maybe my crying and giving up had a lot to do with it. Last Sunday, Adi played chess with my Dad. Grandpa agreed but imposed one condition: "No crying!"

I watched Adi as he went through game after game. He was happy about being able to play longer games and not getting checkmated right away. I admired the calm way he looked at the chessboard, a far cry from my nailbiting, 10 minutes per move playing style of several decades ago.

I'm proud of Adi. He never cried nor even looked upset. Maybe I'll get him a book that could even be titled "How To Beat Your Grandpa At Chess" hehehe...


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[ First posted on 08/26/2003 by Manuel Viloria ]



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