|User Name||James Bradner|
|Local Time||12:52 PM|
|Date Registered||Wednesday, October 31, 2007|
|Last Move||Sunday, May 20, 2012|
|Moves||7,038 (0 this month)|
|Forum Posts||2 (0 this month)|
|Rating (Standard Chess)||2391 (344) SM Master|
|Team||Friend of a friend|
|Team||SchemingMind Club Friendly Matches|
I have been teaching chess for over 30 years and although not at the highest level, it's amazing how much more you learn about the game, and how complicated it really is!
George Treysman, coffeehouse player who only played for cash stakes, astounded the chess world when he tied wth Reuben Fine for 3rd place in the US championship tourney of 1936...always take every opponent seriously!