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12th Holly Heisman Memorial with full results

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on August 10, 2014 at 12:40 AM Comments comments (117)

I wanted to thank everyone who participated in the 12th Holly Heisman Memorial! We had over 90 players, the most we have had when I have directed. We were also able to give out a large number of prizes and raise quite a bit of money for a great cause. If you failed to donate while at the event, but would still like to, you may do so at: https://www.philafound.org/tabid/160/Default.aspx?tp=SPEC&fn=Holly%20Heisman%20Memorial%20Fund

 

As for results, FMs Dov Gor...

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CJA Awards

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on August 1, 2014 at 9:10 PM Comments comments (4)

Hello all,

         Hope everyone is doing well.  I am pleased to report the CJA Awards are completed.  The award winners are listed below and my thank you note to the judges below that.

THE TOP FIVE:

Chess Journalist of the Year -- Winner: Brian Jerauld, nominated by Saint Louis Chess Club

Best Story of the Year -- Winner: Sinquefield Cup by FM Mike Klein, Submitted by USCF

Best Chess Column -- Winner: Chess to Enjoy b...

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Quick Note from Ohio

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on June 22, 2014 at 8:40 PM Comments comments (0)

According to Brandy, my wife, I don't blog enough.  So, I thought I would take a quick moment to do so.  As expected, June has been fairly quiet in a chess sence, but Juy and August look lively.  

1)  Tri-Bridges is doing well in the Mastermind League (see Links and Tri - Bridges CC tabs for more information.)  

2)  The FM Dov Gorman seminars are planned for Bryn Mawr on July 13 and July 20.  If you are betwe...

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A Day with No Students

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on May 21, 2014 at 12:05 AM Comments comments (3)

Tuesday is the day that I don't teach students.  I see at least 3 every other day of the week and though I could find more to fit into Tuesday, I choose to keep this day free so that I might work on other things.  What sort of things does a chess coach do on a day he doesn't coach?  Well, I am glad you asked.  

1.  I started the day corresponding with potential judges and book companies that might be involved with the Chess Journalists of America Awards.  T...

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Dusting Off

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on April 15, 2014 at 8:25 PM Comments comments (0)

Hello,

         After almost 18 months, I thought I should write a new entry.  As has been discussed previously, I am not much of a blogger and one should not expect that to change.  Nonetheless, there have been many substantial changes and those are worth noting.  

1)  I am in the process of securing a business license.  This have numerous benefits that I hope visitors will notice over time.

2)  I have become the State ...

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on November 22, 2012 at 11:00 AM Comments comments (0)

Happy Thanksgiving to everyone! I hope everyone has a wonderful day! I am looking forward to football games and an opportunity to spend a relaxing day with my wife. Several family members will be visiting tomorrow.

While wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, I wanted to take a moment to congratulate the winners of the Greater Scholastic Chess Championship, held a couple of weeks ago. Aneesh Raparla, a student of mine, won the K-3 section. The K-6 section was won by Tate Pa...

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Update

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on November 2, 2012 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (0)

It turns out, I am not a great blogger. For those I have had the pleasure of talking to, this may come as a surprise, it certainly did me. Perhaps I shouldn't be so suprised. My parents will tell you that I didn't talk much as a child, and of course, now, I am almost never quiet. There are two really great events that I got to be a part of recently that I should mention.

The first, is that I was invited to help out the Philadelphia Art Museum. They have a great new e...

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Tournaments and Coming Attractions

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on August 13, 2012 at 8:25 AM Comments comments (2)

Over the last two weeks, I have had the great pleasure of directing the Philadelphia Junior Invitational and the Holly Heisman Memorial, as well as being the chief coordinating judge for the Chess Journalists of America. Many people have been involved in each of these events and i just wanted to thank everyone as all of our great work couldn't have been done without them. That being said, I am looking forward to getting to spend a few weeks focusing on camps for Silver Knights and my private ...

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Happy Father's Day!

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on June 17, 2012 at 7:45 AM Comments comments (0)

I want to wish a Happy Father's Day to all the father's out there, many of whom taught chess to their children. I know, because one of mine did. He taught me a great many other things as well and I appreciate them all. My other father, I didn't really know until recently as I was growing up in Pennsylvania and he was in the military and then worked for the state of California, but I am enjoying getting to know him better now.

I have no human children, but I do have quit...

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Greetings!

Posted by joshuamiltonanderson on May 28, 2012 at 10:55 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello,

Happy Memorial Day! Thank you for coming to Mind's Eye Press. This site is designed to allow people to purchase PDFs of chess puzzles (as well as other types of puzzles) through Paypal and then sent to the buyer. Customers will also be able to sign up for upcoming tournaments that I am running by using Paypal. Events (tournaments and camps) that I am running for Silver Knights will have to be signed up for at the Silver Knights PA w...

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