Monday, December 3, 2007

Congratulations to Contest Winners!

Check your email inboxes for Mikhail Tal's Winning Chess Combinations! I pretty much gave it to anybody who put any kind of thought into their answer.

Congratulations to: Glenn Wilson, Chessloser, Likesforests, and adam!

(Likesforests, I couldn't find your email. Just let me know what it is and I'll send it right to you)

Now for the best news!

I've decided to keep the contest open!

Anybody who gives a good answer will get a copy of Mikhail Tal's Winning Chess Combinations!



iw said...

How about the station master in a remote third world railway station.

likesforests said...

I won something? Woohoo! likesforests (at) yahoo (dot) com.

The Rise and Shine Good Knight said...

If for some reason the email didn't go through, try setting up a hotmail account and it should work.

erad1288 said...

My personal belief would be that a merchant, as in an online buyer/seller would be the easiest way to concentrate on chess. It would take maybe a half an hour to purchase a given amount of materials, and another half an hour to put them up for sale on sites like ebay, which leaves the rest of the day open for all the chess you want. (This is just in case it is not seen in the other post)