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Dr. Alexey Root gave a simultaneous exhibition (a "simul") at the Denton Public Library, North Branch, Saturday at 2 p.m. Ten players initially faced Dr. Root. After some lost, a total of 18 players participated. Dr. Root won 20 games, as two players played (and lost) twice. She had no draws and no losses.

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Dr. Alexey Root taught the older and more chess-experienced campers July 18-22 at Greenhill School. Class size varied from five to eight campers as some campers had trips or other events scheduled during the week. Here is an outline of her plans for the week.

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Dr. Root taught six chess campers, ages 6-9 years old, who were beginners at chess, from July 11-15 at Greenhill School. Two campers had no prior knowledge of chess, and two others had a shaky knowledge, for example moving rooks like knights sometimes. Here are her outlines for each camp day.

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Friday, September 23, join Dr. Alexey Root and Wayne Xiong (father of World Junior Chess Champion Jeffery Xiong) at the Dallas Chess Club for a discussion of “Raising a Chess Champion.” Fee is $20, as mentioned in this link.

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Dr. Alexey Root’s interview of Grandmaster Keith Arkell was published today, June 30, 2016, on ChessBase. Also today, her interview of Grandmaster Matthew Sadler and Woman International Master Natasha Regan (authors of Chess for Life) was published in the July issue of Chess Life magazine (available online today for subscribers).

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Dr. Alexey Root’s first story for ChessBase, an international chess Web site, was published April 5, 2016. The story was part one of a two-part interview of author Grandmaster Daniel Gormally. The second part will be published soon.

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