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Casino Games – At a Glance

Now days, numerous casino games are available; but you should choose a casino game, which can provide you the excitement and thrill you are looking for. These casino games are devised to enable a person to try his luck. If you want to make a fortune by trying out your luck, then these casino games [...]

By |February 12th, 2011|game, news, Play|Comments Off on Casino Games – At a Glance

China's Inspiring Teen Age Womens World Chess Champion

At 16 years old, China's Hou Yifan has become the youngest person, male or female, to win a world championship. Her accomplishment reflects China's investment in education and human capital which the United States has yet to prioritize .   This is an inspiring story I love writing, for a nation's greatest wealth is its [...]

By |January 15th, 2011|news|Comments Off on China's Inspiring Teen Age Womens World Chess Champion

America Has a New Chess Grandmaster and Three New International Masters

Win Samuel Shankland Loss Axel Bachmann Schiavo Replay the game » Win Daniel Naroditsky Loss David Pruess Replay the game » Win Conrad Holt Loss Istvan Sipos Replay the game » Loss Robert Hess Win Keaton Kiewra Replay the game » United States chess has rarely, if ever, had a week like the one that [...]

By |January 10th, 2011|news|Comments Off on America Has a New Chess Grandmaster and Three New International Masters

Pawn king: Boy, 9, is chess 'master'

A NINE-year-old California boy has become the youngest-ever chess "master" in the United States. Samuel Sevian, of Santa Clara, earned the title after a match in San Francisco.The United States Chess Federation, the governing body of competitive chess, gave him a rating of 2201 after the December 11 match.  A rating of 2200 qualifies a [...]

By |December 22nd, 2010|news|Comments Off on Pawn king: Boy, 9, is chess 'master'

Final chapters: recent deaths in the news

Huang Hua was a Communist Party revolutionary who was China's foreign minister in the 1970s and early 1980s and helped China restore diplomatic relations with the United States. Huang died Wednesday of lung and kidney failure in Beijing. He was 97. Huang was an amiable statesman at a time when China was moving to end [...]

By |November 28th, 2010|news|Comments Off on Final chapters: recent deaths in the news