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The Wichita NAACP Blog: The Wichita NAACP Youth Chess Team prepares to host their first Chess Tournament
Kyron Cox and Isaiah Myles are pictured here along with their coach, Mr. Anthony Winn of IWCCI (the Independent World Chess Championships Inc.)
Mr. Neal played several games with the Youth and even played a game against Anthony Winn, the coach and head of IWCCI.
Andover, KS - Official Website
A presentation was made by Anthony Winn with the Independent World Chess Championships.
He asked for the Council's blessing on starting an Independent World Chess Club in Andover.
He further requested the city to supply him with a liaison.
It was the consensus of the Council to have staff look into contacting the school district once school is back in session to look for interest and support in this type of club.
Presentation: Anthony Winn
: Independent World Chess Championships
Ark Valley News - People
Heard from Anthony Winn, executive director of the Independent World Chess Championships Inc.Winn addressed the council about recruiting players for his countywide chess program.Winn said he was looking for someone who could act as a liaison between Kechi and the organization and seeking players to represent the community in monthly chess tournaments.
Wichita Eagle | 09/05/2004 | Playing with the BIG BOYS
Chess helps children develop their cognitive abilities, said Anthony Winn, founder of the county league's parent organization, Independent World Chess Championship Inc.
"It teaches them to think things through rather than acting out," Winn
Wichita Eagle | 09/03/2004 | Play chess, rub elbows with Sanders
Anthony Winn, founder of tournament sponsor Independent World Chess Championship Inc., said he remains dedicated to promoting chess in Kansas.He took up the cause in 2000, after moving to Wichita from Topeka.
gets young players to participate in tournaments by establishing chess programs at places such as the Boys and Girls Clubs of South Central Kansas and at Colvin and Atwater neighborhood city halls.This year, Winn will start four classes at West High School to bring even more students to the game.
"Reading, writing and arithmetic are not enough anymore," Winn
said of today's curriculum.