Month: January 2005

  • The Chess Drum

    White Supremacists discuss Black Chess

    Part of my efforts in gathering information for The Chess Drum entails browsing the expanse of the Internet using search tools. Typically, I punch in words, combinations of words and full phrases to sift through the billions of pages and often cross some very interesting information. I often Google “”…

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  • Historic Moments: Stephen Muhammad at the U.S. Championships

    FM Stephen Muhammad at the 2003 U.S. Chess ChampionshipPhoto by Daaim Shabazz IM-elect Stephen Muhammad faces eventual winner Hikaru Nakamura round 1 of the 2005 U.S. Chess Championship. Photo by U.S. Chessmaster Championships Stephen Muhammad’s consecutive appearances at the U.S. Championship will stand as a historic landmark for many years…

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  • Kujichagulia and Chess

    Kujichagulia and Chess:Self-Determination vs. Resignation in a Bad Position!by Kimani Stancil, Ph.D. Before I begin, please remember that this article is a sharing piece directed to inspire, add insight, and to convince you that there is more to competitive chess than finding the best move.  However, the truth behind the…

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