Third response: Seconding the second choice.
New Britain Chess Club (NBCC) TEAM
Team leader: thetasquared
The New Britain Chess Club is the largest and most historic chess club in Connecticut. We meet every Tuesday from 6:30 pm until 11:00 pm for casual and tournament play. Our tournaments typically draw between twenty-five to forty players, adults and children, ranging in strength from amateur to master. Five to ten players usually come for only casual play.
We meet at the Armenian Church at 1910 Stanley Street, New Britain, CT
Club activities usually start at 7:00 p.m.
Location: New Britain, CT - USA
|NBCC Tuesday members only Arena25+5 • Classical • Rated • 3h 30m||Inner team||20|
|NBCC Test 2 Arena2+1 • Bullet • Rated • 20m||Inner team||3|
|NBCCtest2 Arena2+1 • Bullet • Casual • 20m||Inner team||3|
Second response: I will second your appeal for endgame focus and ask for his training methods: books vs engines; games vs studies, etc. Strong players seem to be able to play endgames flawlessly, even
First response: My primary vote is for rook and Pawn endgames. My secondary vote is for in games. My tertiary vote is 4 Kings Indian defense subject matter
What should this year's theme be? Alex can focus more on games with calculation, endgames, psychology, piece activity, or unconventional decisions. He's provided a list of games he can draw from - htt
Members of the team can submit their games for analysis to this study: https://lichess.org/study/GjYgCWV2
Thanks Mike :)
I'll make sure to share this at the club tonight.
The Southern Connecticut Kidney walk will take place in a week. I thought I'd let the chess community know for anyone who might be interested. This year (and hopefully other years) there will be a tea