The Nashua Chess Club is hosting a special simultaneous tournament on Saturday at the Nashua Public Library. Members will get the chance to play against an international chess master, David Vigorito, of Massachusetts. These kinds of tournaments don’t get as much attention as they used to, but Nashua’s chess community says it's ready. One of the club's members, Bill Anderson, says he's been playing chess for sixty years, but when he sits down to a game, he still never knows what to expect. "Usually, there are no two games alike," he says. "Once you get into the game, everything is different from every other game you’ve ever played." At 91, Anderson is the oldest member of the Nashua Chess Club. Each Saturday, around 20 people of all ages gather in...
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At Nashua Chess Club, Young and Old Prep for Tournament