Tweets Ahead! – Part 4 (conclusion)

Tweets Ahead! – Part 4 (conclusion)

28 April 2019 Final part of Chris Tatham’s account of the club’s Twitter presence ………. (You can view Part 1 of the series here, Part 2 here and Part 3 here) So who is interested in following the news and views of our humble little chess club? Well, after a manual trawl and analysis of… Continue reading »

Tweets Ahead! – Part 3

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21 April 2019 Continuing Chris Tatham’s account of the club’s Twitter presence ………. (You can view Part 1 of the series here and Part 2 here.) So who is interested in following the news and views of our humble little chess club? Well, after a manual trawl and analysis of our 302 followers at the… Continue reading »

Tweets Ahead! – Part 2

Tweets Ahead! – Part 2

14 April 2019 Continuing Chris Tatham’s account of the club’s Twitter presence ………. (You can view Part 1 of the series here.) So who is interested in following the news and views of our humble little chess club? Well, after a manual trawl and analysis of our 302 followers at the time (there must be… Continue reading »

Twitter chess tournament – round 1 victory

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7 April 2019 Chris Tatham writes: “Just about ready for my first Twitter ChessTournament game, looking forward to a first game against our longstanding chess pal @Chesspatzeruk.” And then a little while later ………. “Amazing and surprising news! I won in round 1 of the Twitter Chess Tournament against 162 ECF player (though it did… Continue reading »

Tweets Ahead! – Part 1

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23 March 2019 When it comes to social media, our Twittermeister Chris Tatham has put Limewood tweets ahead of the other Leeds clubs. Now, with over 300 followers and 1,000 tweets, Chris has been coaxed (ed: bludgeoned, more like) into talking about our Twitter presence and about some of the 300 or so (latest: 313)… Continue reading »

Lessons learned 3

Lessons learned 3

25 June 2017 Chris Tatham writes:  “I’m a newbie chess club member having just completed my first season of competitive chess.  Whilst I’ve reached an age where I’ve reconciled myself to never becoming a Grandmaster, I’m still keen to improve. The season’s end seemed a timely opportunity to summarise some of the key lessons I’ve… Continue reading »

Lessons learned 2

Lessons learned 2

16 June 2017 Chris Tatham writes:  I’m a newbie chess club member having just completed my first season of competitive chess. Whilst I’ve reached an age where I’ve reconciled myself to never becoming a Grandmaster, I’m still keen to improve. The season’s end seemed a timely opportunity to summarise some of the key lessons I’ve… Continue reading »

Lessons learned 1

9 June 2017 Chris Tatham writes: I’m a newbie chess club member having just completed my first season of competitive chess. Whilst I’ve reached an age where I’ve reconciled myself to never becoming a Grandmaster, I’m still keen to improve. The season’s end seemed a timely opportunity to summarise some of the key lessons I’ve… Continue reading »