Summer Starts Here

We’re yet to finalise the summer programme for this year, but will be kicking things off this Thursday, 15th May, with our puzzles evening. There will be puzzles of a range of difficulties … including a couple of easier ones from my own online play.

If you fancy getting in some practice, why not have a look at the puzzles from last summer?

Once you’ve had a good chance to look at all the positions, you’ll be shown the answers and still have plenty of time to use those sharpened tactical skills in some casual chess.

Steve Lovell

Steve is the Admin Secretary for the Bury St Edmunds Chess Club. He is also the Internet Officer for the Bury Area Chess League and since 2015 has been the organiser of the Bury St Edmunds Chess Congress. Outside of chess, if there is such a thing, Steve works in IT at Atalian Servest.

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  • 9 February 2020 at 7:11 am
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    According to various studies conducted in different parts of the world, it has been seen that playing chess games and solving chess puzzles actually increases the person's concentration, perception as well as self-discipline chess news

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