by greenpawn34 on Dec 30 2020 10:55 | 14027 views | 3 edits | Last edit on Dec 30 2020 22:53
It’s been 10 years so I thought I would knock together 10 years of the odd stuff.
No games, or positions, just a load of memories that some may not have seen or
others may have forgotten about. I will kick off with something new because it’s
quite brilliant. After that it’s a pretty long trip down a 10 year old memory lane.
I hope you enjoy it as much as I have enjoyed putting this thing together.
by greenpawn34 on Sep 23 2020 17:59 | 18740 views | 1 edit | Last edit on Sep 24 2020 11:02
Recently I had the pleasure of reading this:
You will understand that a nutshell review is all I can offer because
it is a murder mystery with a strong chess theme running though it
and going in too deep may spoil potential readers enjoyment of it.
by greenpawn34 on Sep 13 2020 11:05 | 15725 views | 4 edits | Last edit on Sep 14 2020 10:15
This virus thingy has sunk my plans for touring the Scottish Highlands
where I hoped to finally unearth the treasure of Bonnie Prince Charlie.
The map, I bought it from a Nigerian Prince, is marked with a bright red ‘X ‘.
It is going to make me richer than rich . I shall buy a small country and pick
myself to represent my country ‘Green Pawn Land’ in the Chess Olympiad...
by greenpawn34 on Aug 28 2020 14:17 | 20944 views | 4 edits | Last edit on Sep 26 2020 09:44
(photo from chessbase)
Mr. Leonard Barden, the record breaking Guardian Chess columnist
(64+ years and counting) celebrated his 91st birthday a few days ago.
I cannot stress enough the importance of a good chess column in the
pre-digital age. In the UK chess did not warrant T.V. or radio coverage
unless there was some other ‘non-chess’ news attached, for Instance;...