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Reflection from South Africa by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

In Loving Memory of Edwin Wyngaard

Tribute to Mr Edwin Wyngaard I first met Edwin in 1991 when I entered UWC as a young man...

Reflections on the Western Cape Closed 2021 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The Western Cape Closed Chess Championship took place in March 2021. The event took place in Stellenbosch and a number of players...

Reflections: Books and more by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Dear friends. It has now been two months since I launched my book called My Journey. Thank you to...

Reflections 2021: GM Kenny Solomon

It has been quite some time since I sent some chess reflections to you. It has been heartening to see that some...

June Reflections on a Journey with My Journey by Dr Lyndon Bouah

After greeting our dog Bob, my wife Denise and I started our journey along the N2.

New Book Alert by Dr. Lyndon Bouah, Reflection on Chess in the rainbow Nation:...

Dear Family and Friends, I am pleased to report that my second book entitled Reflection on chess in the...

Reflections on a fallen chess organizer by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

Reflections on a fallen chess organizer, player, coach, arbiter, manager, teacher, and friend Wayne Muller by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

Reflection on IM Aderito Pedro by Dr Lyndon Bouah

It was with great sadness that I learnt this morning of the passing of International Master Aderito Pedro. I first met IM...

Reflections 2 on Western Cape champs by Dr. Lyndon Bouah

On the Saturday three rounds were played which of course as you all know is tough on all teams! The key of...

Reflections 1 on Western Cape Club Championships 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

An event that is very close to my heart is the Western Cape Club Championships. The event started in 2012 in Diazville,...

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