With the book taking up most of my energy lately, my page has been collecting digital dust. But, that will change from now on. First out: a brilliancy prize, since – during the last four years (or so) – I have been asked to judge the brilliancy prize at the Guernsey Chess Festival. In 2013 the prize was won by Jude Lenier and then, last year, it was won by Jude Lenier once more. I believe I did not have much of a choice and hereby present you with the evidence:
A real party game.