You’ve got a few friends who play chess with you.
And they play for a living.
“I have a girlfriend that plays and has won the world championship in chess.
She’s also a very good player,” said John R. McLeod, president of the Ontario Chess Federation.
“The chess game is like a sport in itself, it’s a form of socializing and playing with other people.”
McLeod said that the world chess championship, held every two years, attracts about 4,000 people, and that in Ontario, about 60 per cent of the people who come are men.
The prize is a monthly stipend of $20,000 for the best player, and $20 million for the top two players.
McDonnell is a little hesitant to give a dollar amount for the chess world championship prize, saying that he doesn’t have a clue about what the real value is.
“It’s not about the money,” he said.
“It’s about the socializing.
It’s about how to get your friends together.”
The world championship is the world’s most prestigious tournament, and its popularity has drawn many to the sport.
But there are also serious risks associated with the sport, including suicide, which is the most common cause of death among professional chess players.
Some of the top-ranked chess players also have mental health issues, including chronic depression and anxiety.
And the world governing body, the International Chess Federation, has issued guidelines to limit exposure to the game.
Many of the players, however, are not afraid to tell the truth.
“I’m a competitive person and I do have an anxiety disorder, but I do feel comfortable telling the truth about my mental health,” said McLeod.
“People have a responsibility to be honest and truthful, and it’s my job to help them.”
McLeod and his wife, Kelly, have been playing chess for nearly three decades.
They have played in every major chess tournament in the world.
“We started in the mid-1980s, so we have played every major tournament in Europe, the United States, Russia, China, and India,” he explained.
Kelly said that she has no fear about the game anymore.
“The last time I was nervous I played chess and won in a single game,” she said.
“My husband played in the finals in 2011, and he lost.
He’s never felt nervous before.”
As a former professional player, McLeod said he knows that he can win.
“There’s no other way to play chess,” he added.
I just love it.
And if it’s not a chess game, then it’s nothing to me.
– Kelly McLeod and John R McLeodThe Globe And Mirror article McMcLeod has been working in Toronto for more than a decade, and his career has been building steadily over that time.
McLean, the retired professional chess player, started out as a chess coach.
But he moved on to coaching and coaching and, eventually, teaching.
In 2014, he was offered a job at the Ontario Teachers Retirement Board, where he works with students who have been diagnosed with PTSD or traumatic brain injury.
McLean, who has been practicing chess since he was a young man, said that he hopes to have his first grand slam win at the world championships next month.
“It could be a dream come true,” he told the Globe and Mail.
“For the first time, I think it’s something that people in Canada and around the world will recognize.”