Month: March 2003

  • Drum Majors

    Historic Moments: Emory Tate, Jr.: 5-time Armed Forces Champ!

    U.S. Chess Life magazine, January 1985 Air Force Sergeant Emory A. Tate, Jr., stationed at Ft. Meade, Maryland accepts the first annual Haskell Small Award for taking individual honors at the 25th Annual Armed Forces Chess Championship Tournament Tate won the tournament, which was held in Washington, D.C. from September…

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  • Opinion/Editorials

    Can You Keep the Beat Going?

    Over the past two years, The Chess Drum has been able to present a variety of information highlighting the accomplishments of players in the African Diaspora. It has been a privilege for me to see the vehicle grow and to have become a fixture in the chess community. As the…

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  • The End of the Draw Offer?

    The End of the Draw Offer? by GM Maurice Ashley To all chess fans:Recently I have been thinking about a practice in chess that I believe needs to be discussed by all of us who love the game, and that is, the draw offer. This topic started to occupy my…

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