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FM Charles Hertan on Billiards Cafe CC "Virtual Cafe"
Honoring 1995 Mass. state champion and 2-time New England Open champion Charles Hertan on his 61st birthday

Tournament Details Revised: 3/2/2021 8:18:52 AM
General Information
Event Organizer: Billiards Cafe Chess Club  
Event Location: Online via Zoom, MA   [ Directions ]
Event Date: Sunday, March 07, 2021
Inquiry: michaeldavid329@gmail.com   
Event Webpage: facebook.com/Billiards-Cafe-Chess-Club-110639830510138/
Registration Information
Entry Fee:
Registration - Onsite:
Sections Information
Tournament Sections: Virtual Cafe Viewable now on Billiards Cafe Chess Club Facebook Page
Tournament Rules and Other Information
  • "Virtual Cafe" starts at 7:30 p.m. on Sunday, March 7, on Zoom.
  • Participants can acquire link to Zoom session by emailing Michael David, the host, michaeldavid329@gmail.com
  • "Virtual Cafe" moderators: Michael David, Mike Commisso, Don Ostrowski
  • Born on March 11, 1960 in Morristown, New Jersey, FIDE master Charles Hertan won the 64th Massachusetts Open in 1995.
  • Two-time New England Open champion and 1995 Massachusetts state champion
  • Winner of the 1991 Frank J. Marshall Invitational
  • Author of 6 chdess books: "Forcing Chess Moves," "Power Chess for Kids" (volumes 1 & 2),
  • "Basic Chess Openings for Kids," "Start Playing Chess." "Strike Like Judit"
  • Editor and illustrator of non-chess book: "Dream Catchers" - Selected poems by Lynn Kernan.

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