Students of the Chess Club had the privilege of participating in a Simul Chess Game against former NJ Chess Champion Oren Gall. The students learned the rules of a Simul Chess Game, which is when one player plays multiple games at the same time with a number of other players, and executed their moves perfectly. To succeed, the students had to concentrate, think logically, and sequentially.
 
The participants learned to plan ahead and think things through before acting. These skills are essential in a Simul Game. The students held their position for a long time and gave Oren quite a challenge. They all played on a very high level and we should be proud of them. They all enjoyed the challenge and will always remember this amazing experience.
 
By Zahava Gall

Chess Coach