Reflections on the Beauty of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

One of the aspects that I enjoy about chess is the mystery associated with ideas, tactical brilliancies...

Reflections on the Beauty of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

One of the aspects that I enjoy about chess is the mystery associated with ideas, tactical brilliancies...

Reflections on the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah The SA Closed 2019...

Open Section The winner of the Open section was Daniel Barrish.

Reflections on chess played abroad by Dr Lyndon Bouah

One of the advantages that Chess players have is that irrespective of your rating you can play in any open event in...

Reflections on GM Kenny Solomon by Dr Lyndon Bouah

In November 2019 Grandmaster Kenny Solomon followed a long tradition of holding a chess lecture when he paid a private visit to...

Reflections on Match Day 9 of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The 9th round can safely be characterised as a bloodbath. Pieces were flying all over the place and some positional niceties...

Reflections on Match Day 7 and 8 of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr...

We have now passed the halfway mark of the 11 round event and it is now time to stack stock of the leaderboard.

Reflections on match Day (6 ) of the SA Closed 2019 (4) by Dr...

The sixth round was completed tonight and what a day. Action packed, pulsating chess all round and it is clear that the players...

Reflections on Match Day Five ( 5) of the SA Closed 2019 by Dr...

The women's section is a tightly fought contest with a number of players in with a chance. There are a number of experienced...

Reflections on the SA Closed 2019 by Dr Lyndon Bouah

The first SA Closed Chess Championships was held in Burg street, Cape Town in 1892 and was played at the now present-day Food...

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