One Move at a Time Features Isaac Steincamp of ChessSummit.com [PODCAST]

Welcome to the December edition of “One Move at a Time,” the US Chess podcast in which we talk to people and organizations that are advancing the US Chess mission statement of “Empowering people through chess, one move at a time.” We are grateful for the sponsorship of US Chess Sales. See the end of this announcement for how you can enter to win a $50 gift certificate to uscfsales.com.

This month host Dan Lucas, the Senior Director of Strategic Communication at US Chess, talks to Isaac Steincamp, the founder of chesssummit.com, a website where Isaac and a team of writers that are “a mixture of chess players, instructors, and advocates from all over the United States, working on every aspect of the Chess Summit mission – sharing instructional material, personal experiences and goals, and news on ongoing chess programs around the world for free!”

Isaac is also  a fourth-year student at the University of Pittsburgh, the Pitt chess team captain, manager of the Pittsburgh Pawngrabbers in the PRO Chess League, and a streamer for chess.com.

Our theme music “So Don’t I” was composed by Alex King, a National Master who lives in Memphis, Tennessee. To enter our random drawing for a $50 gift certificate to uscfsales.com, send your name and phone number to [email protected] and put One Move at a Time in the subject line. Comments and questions are appreciated. And for more US Chess podcasts, see “Cover Stories with Chess Life” in our podcast category. 

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  1. THATS WHAT I AM TALKING ABOUT! Precisely…the entire nation gets interviewed state by state and inevitably the rainbow of savage opinion and criticism is gracefully handled. US CHESS KNOWS YOU ARE OUT THERE AND SAYS HELLO….Let it rock. interview with no fear….Let all the birds sing. Jude Acers/NewOrleans

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