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Princeton Photo Gallery March 18, 2009

Posted by Jennifer in : chess , trackback

I had a great time at the Princeton Library last weekend, where I gave a talk, showed an excerpt of hulachess and played a 25-board simultaneous exhibition. Check out the photo gallery and keep your eyes out for a report on uschess.org, which will include a video from the event.

 

Comments

1. Dr.Floyd - March 19, 2009

Thank for the great simlu in Princeton.

2. chuck - March 29, 2009

In the game pictured in photo number 9, did black interpose his rook (Rf2-f7)? How did the game conclude? I feel senile.. that position looks complicated to me. I’d be interested to see how that whole game went..

3. Hans Kristoph H. - March 30, 2009

I am 59 and have played since 6 yrs old. Congrats on all your great accomplishments Jennifer!!

4. Jennifer - April 2, 2009

Hey Chuck, He’s already lost at the point in that picture but was winning a few moves before. Check out the full scoop on the game on my uschess.org report: http://main.uschess.org/content/view/9267/343/

5. chuck - April 5, 2009

Thanks Jen! Loved the video and the entire blog you did at that link your uschess.org April 1st blog on simuls.. great attempt at enlightening me but I still feel like a total fish (1475). Great blogs!

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