Over the last few weeks, I’ve been playing in a bi-monthly ladder at the Pittsburgh Chess Club, and if I have to be honest, the change in tournament format hasn’t been the smoothest for me, as late night Tuesday rounds has pushed my mental endurance. 1,451 more words
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No one wants to be a failure. It just doesn’t feel good. But that’s exactly how I felt this morning. Why?
It is silly, really. Bloggers and writers love feedback. 283 more words
Having a grub problem in your lawn is pretty common for Georgia. We’re home to more insects than most of the USA, and larvae just come with the territory. 161 more words
For today’s video, I wanted to try something new, so I thought it might be interesting to go over a Grandmaster game in ten minutes as to not get too bogged down into theoretical or tactical lines, but still highlight the most important moments of the game. 56 more words
For today’s post, I would like to show an online game that shared with me from a young player out of Virginia Beach. If you too would like your game analyzed by me, make sure to send them to firstname.lastname@example.org, and I’ll feature it in the next post! 895 more words
Over the course of my professional life, I made good and bad decisions that significantly impacted my career. Most of my good decisions were the result of what I learned from prior experiences, the influence of good managers, and advice from trusted co-workers & friends. 728 more words