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Reflections on Western Cape Club Champs by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Last weekend 7-9 December 2018 I was awakened by the waves of the Indian Ocean in Stilbaai. Eden Chess Union was hosting the 2018...

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...

Reflections on Visiting GM’s by Dr Lyndon Bouah

In November 1924 word was received that that the Serbian player Boris Kostich was aboard the Ceramic en route from Australia to South Africa....

Celebrating Excellence: Reflections on the SA Closed Chess Championships

The South African Closed Chess Championships have seen remarkable developments in recent years, notably with the introduction of the Over Fifty section...

The Reflections (2) of the 2024 South African Closed Chess Championship by Dr. Lyndon...

Every two years, South Africa witnesses an exciting battle of wits and strategy in the prestigious South African Closed Chess Championship. This...

Reflections on Simuls in South Africa by Dr Lyndon Bouah

Over the course of the last century many masters and grandmasters have visited South Africa. Invariably these players participate in a simultaneous display in...

Reflections on Respice Prospice By Dr Lyndon Bouah

Winter is coming. This familiar phrase has become ominous in television series. I recently competed in the Cape Town Blitz won by IM Watu...

A Reflection on the Women’s Chess Event in Western Cape, South-Africa by Dr Lyndon...

Dr Lyndon Bouah’s reflections on women’s chess event, Western Cape, South-Africa. Since my last article about women's chess several women's...

Reflections 1 on the National Club Championships by Dr Lyndon Bouah

On Saturday 23 September 2017 the last National Club Championship kicked off in Cape Town. At the opening ceremony Advocate Maxwell Solomon was called...

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...

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