An Evening with Ray Robson
Monday, October 4, 7pm-10pm
NEB 201 on the UF Campus, Gainesville, FL
Hosted by the Gator Chess Club
At age 14, Ray Robson became the youngest chess grandmaster in the history of the United States. Now at age 16, Ray is one of the best players in the world. In his visit, Ray will present a chess lecture and answer questions for the first hour. He will then play blitz (5 minute chess games) against the top players in the Gator Chess Club and in the Gainesville community. The blitz games will be displayed on a large video screen so that the audience can easily watch.
All are welcome to attend and there is no entry charge. You are welcome to attend the first hour and leave at 8pm, particularly if you have young children to put to bed.
Note: NEB is the New Engineering Building, also call the “Engineering Building” on the online campus map: http://campusmap.ufl.edu/ The building is on the west side of Center Drive, diagonally across from the Psychology building.
Many thanks to Chuck Potter and the UF EDGE program for use of the video room. If you have any questions, please contact Prof. John Harris, Gator Chess Club faculty advisor, email@example.com, 352-328-9369.