11/23/2009

駒場祭

「今日はチェス曜日」のサイトでお知らせされていて知り、東京大学駒場キャンパスの駒場祭に行って来ました。

天気が良く大勢の人達でにぎわっていました。

東京大学チェスサークルの1人の方と3ゲーム対戦して、1勝2敗。

後から小学生の子が来て隣のボードでやりはじめ、微笑ましい光景でした。

小学生の子の堂々とした指しぶりに感心しました。昨日も来ていたそうです^^

来年もまた来ようと思いました。

4 件のコメント:

nivaldo さんのコメント...

hitsujyunさん, thank you for correcting and analyzing my Japanese. Just like you, I also spend very much time trying to speak in Japanese. I thought I wasn't good enough to talk in Japanese, but now I changed my mind. Of course, I'm still not good enough to talk in Japanese but I would like to talk to you in Japanese very much. Therefore, I'll stop commenting for a while (2 or 3 weeks or maybe earlier) and will be reading Japanese to acquire more naturality when speaking. Until then, please do not stop posting in this great blog. As "last" words, I would like to emphasize the importance of positional play. Only recently, did I discover (with the help of great books on the subject) and dare to say that positional chess is the REAL chess. The player who commands the situation is the player who knows where his pieces and the opponent's pieces would be best placed on the board. Long before the opponent launches an attack, the player who has positional play on his side will know in advance if that attack should succeed or not. The better player can then devise a plan to frustrate the opponent's attack and take the advantage and the initiative. This is just one of the many examples of positional play. hitsujyunさん, I recommend you a book that to me was the first book to be read before deciding to become a chess master and is a book that teaches someone who doesn't know how to play chess to become a real chess player, i.e, a player who knows EXACTLY what he's doing over the board. The book's title is "Lasker's Manual of Chess" written by the second world champion Emanuel Lasker. This book teaches EVERYTHING one should know to learn and ENJOY chess. この本を強くおすすめします。

Also, about your current post, I'm surprised and very happy with such news. I hope chess continues to grow in Japan and everywhere else. By the way, I wish there were boards of 碁 and 将棋 here in Mozambique too but there are none not even ONE. But still I'm very happy :-). In case you go there next year too please post in that time too. Well, a temporary good bye then. :)

kawanaka さんのコメント...

hitsujyun さんはてっきりOTBのチェスはされないのかと思っていました。どこかで会ったらよろしくお願いします。

hitsujyun さんのコメント...

nivaldo さん

アドバイスとオススメの本ありがとうございます。

"Lasker's Manual of Chess"

私はまだ持ってないですが、評判が良いのは知ってました。

amazon で 992円で売っていましたので早速購入しました。

hitsujyun さんのコメント...

kawanaka さんも駒場祭に行かれたようですね。写真が良く撮れていました。

OTBのチェスは本当に久しぶりでした。普段パソコンの画面や本でボードを見ていることがほとんどなので、実物のボードと駒だとどうも全体の配置が頭に入ってきません。慣れなんでしょうけど。

こちらこそどこかでお会いしたらよろしくお願いします^^