• By Terri Bonow
  • Posted Friday, March 2, 2012

The History of Chess Thought

For Chess players interested in the game of chess, the Popular Library will present "The History of Chess Thought." One of the most influential and instructional games throughout time will be covered, as well as the figures and players in those times up to now, like Paul Morphy, Wilhelm Steinitz, up to the current World No.1 chess player, Magnus Carlsen. The presenter, Tony Sanders, chess enthusiaist from UNC-Greensboro Chess Club, will focus on one chess opening so that particpants will develop an understanding and possibly build an opening repertoire. A simultaneous exhibition of 10-15 players will occur during the program.

For more information, email Terri Bonow or call the Popular Library at 703-3050.

History of Chess Ideas
Central Library Auditorium
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
6:00 - 8:00 pm

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