2011 promises to be a good year for chess

In chess as in life, when people cannot figure out what you are doing, they are kept in a state of terror – waiting, uncertain, confused. -Robert Greene

The sun is shining brightly on chess in Guyana as we begin the new year with optimism for the continued development of the game of kings. Ramesh Sunich, Manager of the Trophy Stall in Bourda Market, demonstrated his commitment towards the promotion of chess by sponsoring the first tournament of the year. The juniors, young adults and adults themselves were once more given a glorious opportunity to compete with each other for some of the largest trophies I have seen ever distributed for chess.

In my view, the trophies were a symbol of the successes of chess during the past three years. They represent a tribute to the sterling efforts which have been made to popularize the game, and create a more educated, and reasoning society. The dramatic effects which those …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.

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