1. #1 Mu
    April 22, 2010

    Since I had to click the link to find out who’s playing, the answer is no in my case.

  2. #2 NewEnglandBob
    April 22, 2010

    Oh to have been in Sofia, Bulgaria right now…

    or not.

  3. #3 Jason Rosenhouse
    April 23, 2010

    My science and religion posts seem to get a lot more comments than my chess and math posts. I wonder why that is?

  4. #4 Thomas
    April 23, 2010

    ..the queens we use would not excite you.

  5. #5 Evan
    April 23, 2010

    Any suggestions on software to teach someone chess? My uncle wants to learn chess and he waited until he was 67 to ask. His birthday is coming up and I would like to get him started.

  6. #6 Axel
    April 23, 2010

    Yes, I am very excited about it.

    @Evan: Fritz is good for learning chess I guess or Rybka. For the latter you probably should get the chess base interface though. Of course it would be the best to find out about the local chess club and go there. Usually there are people of all kind of playing strengths around and people are usually happy to play with novices too. Good luck!

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