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King's game in Queer Street?

 

On October 16th, 2010, in the city of Malaga, Spain, there was held the 1st Gay Chess Open Championship (those who don’t hide their names). The first prize amounted to 1,500 EUR. 81 chess players took part in that tournament won by Ibarra Jerez Jose Carlos (07.08.1985, Spain). The second place was taken by Rivas Pastor Manuel (13.07.1960, Spain) and the file of three gay leaders is closed by Munoz Pantoja Miguel (10.10.1975, Peru). The lineup is pretty imposing even for the first time. We’re waiting for continuation…

King's game in Queer Street?

On October 16th, 2010, in the city of Malaga, Spain, there was held the 1st Gay Chess Open Championship (those who don’t hide their names). The first prize amounted to 1,500 EUR. 81 chess players took part in that tournament won by Ibarra Jerez Jose Carlos (07.08.1985, Spain). The second place was taken by Rivas Pastor Manuel (13.07.1960, Spain) and the file of three gay leaders is closed by Munoz Pantoja Miguel (10.10.1975, Peru). The lineup is pretty imposing even for the first time. We’re waiting for continuation…

Why is there no sex in chess?

It’s incredibly difficult topic. Mental efforts resulted in a headache but the idea about how to begin the discourse starting out from the meaningful phrase "Why is there no sex in chess?" had never come to my mind. I decided to lay down my cards right away and say the truth: there will be neither beautiful preface nor virtuosic exercices. The whole idea is diabolically simple and with the declarative intonation: there is no sex in chess. Sometimes it seems to me the word combination “chess and sex” is a striking example of oxymoron – a figure of speech in which apparently contradictory terms appear in conjunction. But why is it so?

Incredible India

I’ve got the necessity for playing “the game of association” in my blood.

I’ve always been trying to assign some shape, colour, taste, etc. to abstract words, i.e. words that don’t have a physical equivalent.