Ambassador Adams

No, I haven’t become The British Ambassador to the US, but I was pleased and honoured to become an ambassador for the Stephens and George Charitable Trust. I recently had the opportunity to visit Caedraw Primary School School as part of their Chess in Schools programme, to give a simul and show some chess puzzles as part of another project I am working on. The simul comprised of children from several schools, and there were a number of strong young players including Alex, Tabitha, Rio, Anshul, Jack and Nellie. The last of the games finished just shortly before the playing hall was due to be transformed, in a spectacularly efficient and seamless manner, into the canteen for lunch!

I was interesting to learn about the school’s great success in Jaguar Primary School Challenge UK Final, a competition to design a 3D race car from scratch, where they won 4 out 6 the six categories. There was a strong crossover with players who were successful in the South Wales Megafinals of the Delancy Chess Challenge. It is interesting to consider whether the two activities improve each other.

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3 Comments

  1. AP
    October 6
    Reply

    Good to see someone putting their talent to good use and in a positive way for the younger generation. Well done Sir.

  2. Adam
    October 5
    Reply

    Hi, I posted this before but it isn’t here so it probably wasn’t posted.
    I found this interesting test: http://www.chesspersonality.com/
    You are my favourite player so I am very curious what is your result.
    Thank you for your time.

    (Sorry for mistakes if I make some, I am not from English speaking country but i tried.)

  3. Adam
    October 2
    Reply

    Hello, I like your style and I am playing almost same opening as you. You are actually my favourite player. I discovered this interesting test: http://www.chesspersonality.com
    I am very curious what is your result.
    Thank you!

    (Sorry for mistakes if they are in text. I am not from English speaking country but I tried.)

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