Brain Imaging Study

A couple of weeks ago, I decided to take part in a brain study for chess players. Since my live-presentation in San Francisco, I have been eager to learn more on this interesting subject, and this was a chance to get knowledge first hand, and also connect with people who has genuine knowledge in the area. The brain scan took place at Stony Brooks University, Long Island. Continue reading “Brain Imaging Study”

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Chess and Successful Aging

The 21st World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics was held July 23-27 in San Francisco, California. The International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) only arranges this congress every 4th year, whereas the Gerontological Society of America (GSA) has an annual congress. My wife wanted to attend the congress, so we planned 9 days in San Francisco and California, business and pleasure.

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12 Weeks to Better Chess

Our new logo. Photo by Lu Mu

I have updated the blog with detailed information about the training program that FM/FT Carsten Hansen and I are running together.

You can also visit the homepage directly here. Notice that the 2nd round of the program starts on June 4th, with a discount available for early bird registration (before May 15th).

 

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Game from the Danish Championship 2017

The Danish Championship is ongoing with the 5th round being played today. Mads Andersen looks like the clear favorite and is also leading the table with ½ point – this young GM is a complete player and is set to cross the 2600 barrier at some point.

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10 Exercise Questions to The Scotch Endgame

I have added further exercises to my blog – 10 questions to The Scotch Endgame can be found on this page.

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