Ladies Knight with Adia Onyango [PODCAST]

In the second episode of Ladies Knight, Jennifer talks to Adia Onyango aka “chess traveler” about Adia’s favorite places to combine chess and travel, the importance of representation and chess, and their mutual fondness for this podcast’s name. Adia also talks about her plans to break the 2200 barrier and her passion for blindfold chess.

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Adia Onyango is the captain of four teams in the Commercial Chess League of New York including two all women’s teams and runs two Facebook chess groups, Chess Connections and Women and Girls Do Play Chess. Find her on Instagram and read articles about her on this site by Jamaal-Abdul Alim and on the chess drum by Daaim Shabazz. 

Ladies Knight features music by the artist Juga, who went viral when her song, Oh Capablanca,dropped in the Fall of 2018. You can find more about Juga on https://www.jugamusica.com/

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Adia Onyango about to start a chess simul in Philadelphia

Comments

  1. A shoutout to Adia. Love to hear about your blindfold chess! I believe you play stronger at blindfold than over the board. Keep challenging yourself and because of blindfold you will make 2200 (guaranteed)!
    Hans Jung

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