The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
The Big Suey begins with Joe Mazzulla's errors down the stretch of Game 1 against the Heat and why Erik Spoelstra is "The Ultimate Grandmaster." Celtics champion Brian Scalabrine joins the show to explain why Jimmy Butler is "that dude" and how the Heat get the most out of its talent. Plus, Roy went crazy on a pint of ice cream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Andia and George Xouris set out to make the best hard scooped, small batch Ice Cream on the planet! If you don't believe us listen to this episode and then try it for yourself! Inside this episode you will learn: The ideal air to ice cream ratio how to become a Grand Master ice cream maker? What are the key ingredients to making an elite small batch ice cream? BUBBLES & BRISKET TICKETS ARE LIVE!!! On the mic this week: @trujillo.media @weisswine Join our Facebook family: @NCFandBPod Follow us on Instagram: @ncfbpod Find us on YouTube: NC F&B Youtube Support our Sponsors: Help us welcome SYSCO as our brand new Title Sponsor!! We have our own bitters thanks to Remedy Cocktail Co! Get the NC F&Bitters HERE! The NC F&B Podcast is Produced and Engineered by Max Trujillo of Trujillo Media For booking or questions about the show, contact: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
In this episode, Luke talks with USPSA Grand Master shooters Josh Shaw and Dave Wampler about their recent major match, Delmarva Championship. Josh talks about shooting in some of the worst weather possible and still placing super high and Dave talks about winning the entire thing.Arcade by Lucjo https://soundcloud.com/lucjomusic Creative Commons — Attribution-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported — CC BY-ND 3.0Free Download / Stream: https://bit.ly/3VGo7oYMusic promoted by Audio Library • Arcade – Lucjo (N... Special thanks goes out to;Sons of Liberty Gun WorksVertxBlue Force GearSpotter UpF3 TacticalTenicor Tenicor The official holster of the Green Ops PodcastPlease like, subscribe and share to help us grow the podcast.Check out our YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/c/GreenOpsInc Follow us on Instagram:Green Ops Podcast - Green_ops_podcastGreen Ops - greenopsincLuke - Wreck_it_LukeDex - Redleg_dexLove you Mom!
Studieaux Life- Yoga Things and Other Things
Have you been feeling stuck or that you're suffering streaks of "bad luck”? Honoring the seasons of life can be empowering and transformative. Join Conscious Collaborators, Lisa, and Emily as they are joined by Daoist mentor and Feng Shui practitioner, Josue Enriquez to dissect the topic of time and its relationship with our minds, bodies, and our business so you can have a better awareness of best timing and holistic wellness strategies for greater success and happiness.Continue the conversation by joining The Conscious Collaboration on Facebook inside of the Conscious Collaboration Collective.See you in 5!Emily and Lisa *********Meet our guest, Josué Tai. Josué is a Daoist mentor and Feng Shui professional. He is passionate about how things work, martial arts and life itself. Having been a Daoist Arts Instructor for few years now and enjoys sharing the traditional wisdom through teaching. Josué had the opportunity to study with different Grand Masters in China, US, Mexico, and Philippines and is constantly updating his knowledge and experience in the Daoist Arts. He is fascinated by the Universe and how it works. Along his journey he has found Daoism to be a very comprehensive model that has given him a set of experimental laws, principles, exercises, and philosophy to test, learn and start to develop an understanding of the Natural Laws.Connect with Josué directly:Josue Taiinstagram.com/josuetaimx Connect with us!Instagram - Conscious Collaboration PodcastEmailconsciouscollaborationpodcast@gmail.comEmilyInstagram - @emily_ironyogiInstagram - @ironyogi_fitnessInstagram - @the_studieauxwww.ironyogifitness.comwww.thestudieaux.comLisaInstagram - @cloud9fengshuiwww.cloud9fengshui.comMichelleInstagram - @visionary_business_designwww.visionarybusinessdesign.comAtapa Red Light Therapy deviceswww.myatapa.comAtapa Red Light Therapy discount code: collab15
On the latest PokerNews Podcast episode, Chad Holloway and Jesse Fullen give a final update on the PokerNews Cup on Global Poker, as well as the Matt Berkey vs. Nik Airball grudge match. They also talk about the recent drama involving Doug Polk, Charlie Carrel, and Phil Galfond; highlight winners from the PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo; and a man winning a Ladies Event down in South Florida. Chad also talks about being down at the World Poker Tour (WPT) Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown and while there caught up with 2013 World Series of Poker (WSOP) Main Event champ Ryan Riess to talk a little about the 10th anniversary of his life-changing win. Laim Gannon also shares a winner interview with Joshua Kopp, who took down the RunGood Poker Series (RGPS) Council Bluffs for $68,799. Finally, Connor Richards got yet another big-name interview as he chatted with Chess Grandmaster and former world champion Magnus Carlsen, who competed in the EPT Monte Carlo. Time Stamps *Time | Topic* 00:25 | Welcome to the show 01:46 | Poker drama involving Doug Polk and Charlie Carrel; Phil Galfond weighs in 05:51 | PokerNews Cup wraps on Global Poker 09:11 | Upcoming series on Global Poker 10:19 | Update on Nik Airball vs. Matt Berkey 12:05 | Big winners from the PokerStars EPT Monte Carlo 13:17 | Interview w/ chess grandmaster Magnus Carlsen 20:30 | Sponsor: 888poker 21:23 | Final table set in the WPT Seminole Hard Rock Poker Showdown 25:12 | Interview w/ 2013 WSOP champ Ryan Riess at the Seminole Hard Rock 28:20 | Man wins Ladies Event down in South Florida 39:37 | Sponsor: WPT Global 40:17 | Joshua Kopp wins EGPS Council Bluffs Main Event for $68,799 40:47 | Winner interview w/ Joshua Kopp 43:33 | Sponsor: partypoker 44:40 | Getting ready for the PokerNews East Coast Trip 47:15 | Teasing next week's guest – Olivier Busquet
Ripple Effect Martial Arts Podcast
Awarded his 10th-degree black belt in 2014, Grandmaster John Worley began his martial arts career in Fort Worth, Texas in the late 1960s, alongside his brother Pat Worley, one of the top karate competitors in the nation. Grandmaster Worley earned his 1st-degree black belt under legendary instructors J. Pat Burleson and Allen Steen, both students of Jhoon Rhee, the “Father of American Tae Kwon Do.” He followed his brother to Washington, D.C. in 1970 to run a Jhoon Rhee Institute school in Annandale, Virginia, training directly under Grandmaster Rhee as an instructor and going on to found National Karate in Minnesota.
The Daily Mastery Podcast by Robin Sharma
Understand that the real reason for your life is to use what happens as fuel for your growth. As I wrote a fair amount about in The 5AM Club where Mr. Riley is teaching his students how to “enter the magic” while they meet on a vineyard in South Africa, life is not random [as far as I can tell]. So much of what happens to us arrives in our lives as perfect training to make us into the genuine heroes we're meant to be.FOLLOW ROBIN SHARMA:InstagramFacebookTwitterYouTube
This week, we have a most memorable episode of the Balanced Warrior Podcast as Paul and Chris had the distinct honor and opportunity to interview their Taekwondo and spiritual Grandmaster, Grandmaster Byung Min Kim. Grandmaster Kim is one of the most influential Taekwondo Grandmasters in the world, from being a Middle and Heavy Weight Korean National Champion in his youth to owning and operating multiple successful Taekwondo Schools in New York and New Jersey. He has performed on National television in ABC's Wide World of Sports and has impacted thousands of lives. Even more impressive is his unrelenting commitment to his personal training and spiritual journey to reach enlightenment. His discipline is second to none, and he retired from Taekwondo to advance his training. Grandmaster Kim possesses a great deal of wisdom and knowledge that only one who has spent thousands of hours in meditation could have. We are excited to share a piece of that wisdom with all of you! Paul and I sat with Grandmaster Kim in his backyard, having tea in a beautiful setting on a warm day in Loma Linda, California, where he shared how we could all live happier lives. Please grab a pen and paper, or use your phone for notes and capture the wisdom of a Great Grandmaster with years of experience and training. If you enjoyed this podcast, please be sure to subscribe to the podcast and allow us to help you live a balanced life while maintaining a warrior spirit. And don't be shy and share it with anyone who would benefit from its content. Visit empoweredmastery.com for more information, or contact us at email@example.com should you have any questions about Balanced Warrior and Empowered Mastery.
In his presentation at the 2022 Northeast Conference of Grand Masters, WB Luis Gonzalez connected several points that Freemasonry as an organization needs to embrace to preserve our Beloved Craft. On this episode, we'll discuss what Masons can do to make Freemasonry better.
PIERCE THE HEAVENS! Enter the Fractal Jungle!The Radiant Winds have raced with kaiju. They've mastered ancient arts. They've summoned gods. And despite all that... this was the easy part. As the Celestial Jian makes its maiden journey into the Island in the Sky, our heroes will have to get ready to fight their most dangerous foes yet. Will they survive the twisted plans of an ancient mastermind returned to our realm? Or is this curtains for the Invincible Radiant Winds?SPEAK to your friends and loved ones one final time! TRAVERSE the dimensional sea in search of your goal! ENCOUNTER the most despicable evil imaginable!All this and more in this episode of Dice Will Roll, the Queerest Pathfinder Podcast on the Planet, where we ask the Hard Questions like... is the Celestial Jian a JoJo's Bizarre Adventure reference?CONTENT WARNINGS: Discussions of suicidal ideation and suicide attempts, trauma from lost limbs, angst, plane crashes, bullying and harassment, raised voices, Doctor Who references---Sound by Syrinscape: Because Your Games Deserve Epic SoundMusic by YouFulcaAdditional Music by McRo MusicEven More Additional Music by EmdascheEven More-er Additional Music by MojimbaTheme Song by Sim @TheSimulacraeAW JEEZ THERE'S EVEN MORE ADDITIONAL MUSIC BY DANYA VODOVOZWHO'D HAVE THOUGHT? ADDITIONAL-ER MUSIC BY RAUSHNAArt by RanaOharaWe Were Warriors by Sai Das - released under CC-BY 4.0. www.scottbuckley.com.au Get extra loot on our Patreon! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
You're in for a treat. In this special interview, Joe Madison talks with Chess Grandmaster Maurice Ashley ahead of the first-ever HBCU Chess Classic taking place in Atlanta on April 22, 2023.Read the flyer for the HBCU Chess Classic by clicking here.
Krazy Train with Jasmin St. Claire
Many wrestling fans who follow wrestling , the real grandmaster of ceremonies and pro wresting's best run announcer debuted for XPW last month! Larry Legend is a charismatic. I knew there was more to him than just being a fox of a ring announcer. His introduction to pro wrestling and the journey has been quite the story with a few twists and turns. His fascination of Brazilian culture is what struck my interest , we have a few things in common as well ..see what his thoughts are on working for XPW Wrestling , social issues, other wrestlers in the biz, and everything wrestling!!! Check out his instagram: www.instagram.com/larry_l3gnd3 Twitter: @blklkp See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy
Sharing insights I gained from being a guest author at the Jack Williamson Lectureship, including thoughts on emotion in stories and the critical importance of endings - and why you HAVE to finish that book! Read the Falling Under books in Kindle Unlimited! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0C1ZMDW1YJoin my Patreon and Discord for mentoring, coaching, and conversation with me! Find it at https://www.patreon.com/JeffesClosetPreorder ROGUE FAMILIAR here https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-familiarRUBY is out now! https://jeffekennedy.com/ruby FIVE GOLDEN RINGS is now available here: https://jeffekennedy.com/five-golden-rings SAPPHIRE is available here: https://jeffekennedy.com/sapphire and PLATINUM is available here https://jeffekennedy.com/platinum.THE LONG NIGHT OF THE RADIANT STAR, a midwinter holiday fantasy romance in the Heirs of Magic series, now available!! https://jeffekennedy.com/the-long-night-of-the-radiant-starSHADOW WIZARD, Book One in Renegades of Magic, continuing the epic tale begun in DARK WIZARD. https://jeffekennedy.com/shadow-wizard is out now! Including in audiobook!Interested in Author Coaching from me? Information here: https://jeffekennedy.com/author-coachingROGUE'S PARADISE is out (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-paradise). Buy book 1, ROGUE'S PAWN, here! (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-pawn) and book 2, ROGUE'S POSSESSION, here! (https://jeffekennedy.com/rogue-s-possession).If you want to support me and the podcast, click on the little heart or follow this link (https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/jeffekennedy).You can watch this podcast on YouTube here https://youtu.be/3CyMMK0WYyMSupport the show
#173 John Wick: Chapter 4, Tetris, The Grandmaster This week, we begin volume 3 of our Anniversaries Marathon! Our first review will be the poetically stylized life story of Ip Man in The Grandmaster; a tale of love and skill in turbulent times. We also delve into Apple's latest film Tetris, a sensationalized version of how Tetris became acclaimed worldwide. Lastly, we review the final (mayhaps?) chapter in the John Wick franchise and marvel at the amazing stunt work and inventive action sequences while lamenting the bizarre storytelling. Next Time: The Mario Bros. Movie, Renfield, Upstream Color Show Notes 00:00:00 INTRO 00:11:39 Recent Discoveries 00:29:20 John Wick: Chapter 4 00:45:28 spoilers 00:58:04 Tetris 01:09:38 spoilers 01:21:16 The Grandmaster 01:57:48 EXIT
Welcome to episode 91 of Sports Management Podcast where the topic is chess. Emil Sutovsky is the CEO of FIDE, the international Chess Federation. He is a chess player himself, who started playing at 4 years old and managed to reach a grandmaster level and rank high internationally. After his playing career, he transitioned into more managerial roles, but stayed in chess that he loves. Get ready to learn: - Why so few women play chess - If chess is a sport - Why Bobby Fischer was bigger than Messi & Ronaldo - The alleged cheating scandal in chess right now- Chess and Education And much more! ________________________________________________ SPONSOR Insport Education Course list --> HERE The code gives you 10% ANY course offered. Discount code: sportsmanagementpodcast10 ________________________________________________ Follow us on social media Instagram Twitter LinkedIn YouTube www.sportsmanagementpodcast.com
Daniel and Chris explore the intersection of Kaggle and real-world data science in this illuminating conversation with Christof Henkel, Senior Deep Learning Data Scientist at NVIDIA and Kaggle Grandmaster. Christof offers a very lucid explanation into how participation in Kaggle can positively impact a data scientist's skill and career aspirations. He also shared some of his insights and approach to maximizing AI productivity uses GPU-accelerated tools like RAPIDS and DALI.
The SDR Show (Sex, Drugs, & Rock-n-Roll Show) w/Ralph Sutton & Big Jay Oakerson
Key topics in this episode:Question #1: What training metrics should change for 65+ year old Grand Masters cyclists?Should aging athletes calculate training intensities differently?How to change training density and work:rest ratios for aging athleteHow athlete phenotype changes training prescriptionTime-crunched vs. time-rich athletes after retirementMaintaining VO2 max for experienced athletes, building VO2 max for novicesQuestion #2: I need a recovery plan. What do I do?Start with sleepSeparate hard from easyListen to Episode #131 and Episode #3ASK A QUESTION FOR A FUTURE PODCASTLinksTraining Zones/Advice for Aging Athlete:Joe Friel: https://joefrieltraining.com/fast-after-60-70-part-8/Joe's 5-2: https://joefrieltraining.com/fast-after60-70-part-6/The Aging Neuromuscular System and Motor Performance:https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/27516536/HostAdam Pulford has been a CTS Coach for more than 13 years and holds a B.S. in Exercise Physiology. He's participated in and coached hundreds of athletes for endurance events all around the world.Listen to the episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, or on your favorite podcast platformGET FREE TRAINING CONTENTJoin our weekly newsletterCONNECT WITH CTSWebsite: trainright.comInstagram: @cts_trainrightTwitter: @trainrightFacebook: @CTSAthlete
Dr. Paul Hannah is a Master Teacher and life-long student. He's a medical doctor, a board-certified psychiatrist, he's licensed for acupuncture, moxibustions, and auricular therapy. He's an expert in Tai Chi and Qi Gong, having studied under several Grandmasters. Dr. Hannah is on a mission to spread the wisdom of thinking right, proper beliefs, breath, good water and eating healthful food, to heal the body and soul.
Flash hade förfinat sin revolutionerande konst i mitten av 70-talet. Allt som han en gång drömde om att bli som graffitimålare eller breakdansare hade han nu blivit som DJ. En större-än-livet-självt figur som drev danspubliken till extas. Full av självförtroende lämnade Flash discoscenen, och koncentrerade sig istället på att hålla ställningarna i södra Bronx. Men ett element saknades. Grandmaster Flash behövde någon som kunde hålla igång publiken medan han dekonstruerade populärmusiken vid stålhjulen. På både det artistiska och personliga planet stod han nu inför sina största utmaningar. Den andra och sista delen med Grandmaster Flash är sagan om hiphopens födelse. Medverkar gör också Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, Grand Wizzard Theodore, Melle Mel, Raheim, Sugarhill Gang, Bill Curtis i Fatback Band, DJ Qbert med flera.
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This week's episode, I had the great pleasure of interviewing self-defense expert Grandmaster David Amiccuci. David has a wealth of experience and has been training in martial arts since the fourth grade when he started wrestling. David has been training in martial arts for over 40 years and was a correctional officer for 29 years, where he was the Team Leader for their tactical team for the majority of his career. I was blessed to have trained with Grand Master Amiccuci for eight years and received my black belt.The older I've become and the more I've grown, I've realized how impactful martial arts was on me. It strengthened my mind, molded me to have a warrior spirt and a never quit attitude. Martial artist and self defense expert Tony Blauer has a great article called “The Economics of Violence,” which basically states you can't afford to get attacked. What will it cost you to be attacked? The emotional, psychological trauma. Self defense is an absolute necessity in my opinion. The ability to protect your family and loved ones should be taught to everyone, and I feel grateful to have been influenced by Grand Master Amiccuci.David is a 9th degree black belt in Kajukenbo. Kajukenbo was founded in 1947 and some credit it as the first MMA. Kajukenbo is a hybrid martial art that phonetically breaks down as Ka (Karate) Ju (Judo/Jiu-Jitsu) Ken (Kenpo) Bo (Chinese Boxing/Gung-Fu). The originators of Kajukenbo wanted to create a martial art that had the best of all these martial arts. They wanted something that was street effective especially on the dangerous streets of Hawaii. Kajukenbo specializes in neutralizing multiple attackers, disarming people armed with weapons such as clubs, bats, knives, and guns. I can tell you from first hand experience, Kajukenbo works and it is one of the most effective martial arts I have experienced. David specializes in improvised weapons and using his environment as a weapon. David is experienced in unorthodox weapons such as the whip and sjambok. David is especially talented and well versed in knife fighting and knife defense. If you're someone who wants to learn some basic self-defense principles, but don't want to make it an everyday thing, I can't recommend enough David's yawara seminar. David modified the class over the years and the class includes a tactical flashlight. It's one of the best self defense classes I've taken and afterwards you'll learn key principles like body mechanics, awareness, pressure points, throws, and more. Tony Ramos Kajukenbo Facebook Email: trk firstname.lastname@example.org TRK Headquarters 1321 Oliver Rd Fairfield, CA 94533
IM Willy Hendriks is a Netherlands based chess trainer, and an author of three books: Move First Think Later ( 2012 ECF Book of the Year), On the Origin of Good Moves, and his new book, Ink War: Romanticism vs. Modernity in Chess. Ink War is an entertaining and informative look at the first World Championship Match between Wilhelm Steinitz and Johannes Zukertort. As we discuss the two players had some common biographical traits, but were bitter rivals away from the board. Willy explains why the job of a chess professional was harder in those days, and shares some common misconceptions about the contributions that each player made to the advancement of chess. Since Willy is an accomplished player, trainer and improver, we also discuss Willy's chess improvement philosophy, his own OTB game, and a few of his favorite chess books. Timestamps of topics discussed can be found below. 0:00- Thanks to our presenting Chess Education sponsor, Chessable! You can check out their new courses here: https://www.chessable.com/courses/all/new/ Info on GM Daniel King's upcoming March 24 Masterclass here: https://www.chessable.com/using-the-outpost-masterclass/course/156548/ Episode 182 - IM Willy Hendriks' Prior Appearance 3:00- How is Willy's OTB game progressing? 06:30- Does Willy have an overall chess improvement philosophy? 16:30- What gave IM Hendriks the idea to write about the Steinitz-Zukertort Match? 21:00- Patreon Mailbag Question- What led to Zukertort's 2nd half collapse in the match against Steinitz, and what is Zukertort's chess legacy? 28:00- Why does Willy think that the writings of Lasker, Euwe and Reti led to a misinterpretation of chess history? Mentioned: Masters of the Chessboard, Lasker's Manual of Chess 33:00- Where does the title The Ink War come from? 41:00- Did the famous game, Grimshaw-Steinitz actually occur or was it made up? Mentioned: Grimshaw-Steinitz https://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1718604 46:00- Patreon Mailbag Question- Does Willy know what his next book project will be? 50:00- What Chess Books were influential for Willy? Tarrasch's 300 Games, Nunn's Secrets of Practical Chess, Pawn Power in Chess, Kotov's Think Like a Grandmaster 53:00- Does Willy have favorite players or personal favorite games? 57:00- Patreon Mailbag Question- When Willy evaluates a position does he consciously count material? Mentioned: Move First Think Later 1:04:00- As someone who has just written about the first World Championship, what does Willy think of the potential phasing out of the Classical World Championship tradition? Mentioned: Episode 319 with Dr. Howard Burton Thanks to IM Hendriks for joining us! Links for his books are here: New in Chess: https://www.newinchess.com/the-ink-war Free Sample Here- https://www.newinchess.com/media/wysiwyg/product_pdf/9134.pdf Move First Think Later On the Origin of Good Moves If you would like to help support Perpetual Chess, you can do so here: Patreon Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Unge Joseph Saddler vill skapa en symfoni av allt som får hans blod att rusa. Runtomkring honom i södra Bronx ser han ett vilt vidgande av stil. Ett vackert krig mellan graffitimålare och b-boys. Den rastlöse tonåringen med kritfärgade fingertoppar tar energin från fester och dansgolv i besittning. Han reser genom tid och rum med hjälp av ett par stålhjul, och uppfinner quickmixtekniken ur en otålig väntan på favoritpartiet trumbreaket. Gör något som tidigare var förbjudet för en DJ. Trycker fingrarna mot vinylen, och förvandlar skivspelaren till ett instrument, viktigare än något annat enskilt instrument. Världen blir inte sig lik. Den första av två delar med Grandmaster Flash är sagan om hiphopens födelse. Medverkar gör också Kool Herc, Afrika Bambaataa, Grandwizzard Theodore, Melle Mel, Rahiem, Kidd Creole, Barry White, Bill Curtis i Fatback Band, Sugarhill Gang, U-Roy med flera.
Shannon Smith, if you don't know him, is a multi-division Grandmaster shooter in USPSA. Shannon has won the national championship in the Limited Division as well as multiple Florida State championships. Shannon also was talented enough to make TEAM USA for three World Shoots. Before Shannon got into competitive shooting, he was a spec ops veteran serving in the Ranger Battalion. Currently, Shannon has signed up with SigSauer to take lead of their new “Shoot SIG” competition experience. SIG is big on “experiences” and made this new competition very inclusive and fun for anyone to come out and shoot three stages for a chance to win multiple prizes. In this episode, Shannon breaks down: –What the ‘Shoot SIG” experience is all about. –How to shoot each of the “Shoot SIG” stages. –Why getting speed in shooting is so difficult for the tactical folks of law enforcement and military. Links mentioned in the show: Shoot SIG Shannon's Instagram
Be sure to check out Theo's Session at GTC! You can register here: https://nvda.ws/3XQRqoF Win a RTX 4080 or DLI credits here: https://forms.gle/htEV2dDgk11t1btr9Today I had the pleasure of Interviewing Theo Viel. Theo is a French 3x Kaggle Grandmaster (Competitions, Notebooks, Discussions) and part of the Kaggle Grandmaster of NVIDIA (KGMON) team. He's mostly interested in Deep Learning - but is keen to tackle any problem as long as it's challenging and he's learning new things. In this episode, we learn about Theo's origins in Kaggle, how he keeps a regular competition schedule, what it is like to be on the Kaggle grandmaster team and much more! Theo and the rest of the KGMON team will be speaking at GTC Match 20-23, so be sure to check that out as well.Theo's Links:LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/theoviel/?locale=en_USTwitter - https://twitter.com/The0VielKaggle - https://www.kaggle.com/theovielGitHub - https://github.com/TheoViel
On this segment of "Real Talk", the Ring Gang crew weigh in on the opinion from legendary pioneer Melle Mel that Busta Rhymes is better than Jay-Z
Marcos Sambilay joins Something For Everybody this week. Marcos was raised in Las Vegas, NV. He enjoys an array of topics from chess to personal growth to working out. Marcos and his wife's mission in life is to help others grow into their fullest potential. - Our Sponsor AMARE - get $10 off your next order - https://www.amare.com/155249/en-us/ (use code: EVERYBODY) Try MentaBiotics The most comprehensive combination of unique strains of probiotics, prebiotics, and phytobiotics that have been scientifically shown to improve mental wellness. https://www.amare.com/155249/en-us/MentaBiotics (use code: EVERYBODY) - Our Sponsor Warrior CBD - get 15% off your next order - https://warriorcbdofficial.com/ (use code: EVERYBODY) - Extra Stuff: Follow Marcos on iG: https://www.instagram.com/marcos._.angelo/ - Check out my mental health non-profit, YouAreLoved: https://youarelovedlife.com/ Subscribe to my newsletter: http://eepurl.com/iiVzhj Something For Everybody Merchandise → https://shopforeverybody.com/collections/somethingforeverybody - To support me on Patreon (thank you): https://www.patreon.com/AaronMachbitz (Recorded on February 24th, 2023) Edited by Ben Rogerson (@BenRogerson_) Intro music by Residual Audio (Residualaudio.com) - Get in touch: iG: https://www.instagram.com/AaronMachbitz Twitter: https://twitter.com/AaronMachbitz Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AMachbitz/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@AaronMachbitz Email: https://www.aaronmachbitz.com/contact/
Les Kismartoni is a phenomenal competitive shooter. Just don't give him a hot dog with ketchup on it! He is from Chicago where good hotdogs have other accessories like pickles, mustard, and relish. That being said, Les is a Distinguished Master in IDPA and a Grandmaster in USPSA, which means the boy can shoot. His gun of choice is a Beretta 92 from Langdon Tactical and he shoots both iron and red dot sights. Like me, he prefers the irons. Les just won the South Florida Defensive Challenge and explained in this episode how he got started in IDPA which was a challenge living in Chicago. Also in this episode, Les throws out these nuggets: –Why he still closes one eye while shooting iron sights and why that works. –What he learned training with world champion Eric Grauffel. –What is the best type of pizza to get in Chicago! Watch this podcast on YouTube @FirearmsNation Links to train with Les: Instagram Profile
Next Level Soul with Alex Ferrari: A Spirituality & Personal Growth Podcast
Above all else, Grandmaster Wolf (GMW) is a mystic. That is to say, from his early youth onwards, GMW has been driven by a deep incessant need to return to an unknown source and original true nature and to realize more profound truthsGMW lived in temples both in the Himalayas and remote mountains of China, then after decades of sacrifice, searching, and sitting at length with awakened persons, including the Dalai Lama, Jiddu Krishnamurti, and Master Ni Ching Hua, to name a few, GMW was awakened whilst in private discussion with enlightened Zen Master Yamahata Daido Hogen San, born 1935.Please enjoy my conversation with Grandmaster Wolf.
The Masonic Roundtable - Freemasonry Today for Today's Freemasons
In this episode, we will discuss The Conference of Grand Masters of North America, an annual meeting of leaders of Grand Lodges across North America. The conference provides an opportunity for Masonic leaders to exchange ideas, discuss common challenges, and collaborate on initiatives to advance the craft. Join us as we explore the history, purpose, and significance of The Conference of Grand Masters of North America.
Brethren, this Short Talk Bulletin Podcast episode was written by Bro George D. Seggers, Executive Secretary George Washington National Masonic Memorial, first published in February 2017. This episode means to highlight the 100th anniversary of the GWNMM, happening currently, the conference of Grand Masters, also happening currently, and the birthday of the Father of The […]
The Perpetual Chess Book Review Series Chess Books Recaptured returns to discuss the award winning book, San Luis 2005 by GM Alik Gershon and Igor Nor. San Luis 2005 chronicles a crucial tournament in modern chess history, a double round robin whose winner determined the FIDE World Champion. The tournament featured nearly all of the top players of the time including GM Viswanathan Anand, Judit Polgar, Peter Svidler, and the winner, GM Veselin Topalov. As we discuss, GM Vladimir Kramnik was conspicuously absent, as he was already champion of a competing World Championship Faction that was originally founded by GM Garry Kasparov. Kramnik ultimately played the winner of this tournament in a 2006 Championship reunification match. My guest co-host is Dr. Christopher Chabris, a renowned author, cognitive scientist and USCF Master. As Christopher and I discuss, it is a beautiful book with lucid prose and great photos and game analysis. The tournament it covers did not have a suspenseful ending, but it did contain some drama in the form of cheating accusations that were lodged against the tournament winner. As we discuss, these unproven accusations have a lot of parallels to the Carlsen-Niemann scandal. We also discuss why tournament books “don't sell” and compare this book to other classic tournament books like Zurich 1953. Lastly, I catch up a bit with Dr. Chabris on his OTB tournament plans, and his forthcoming book Nobody's Fool: Why we Get Taken in and What we Can do about it. As always, timestamps and links for topics discussed can be found below. Prior appearances by Dr. Christopher Chabris: Episode 95 with Christopher Chabris Episode 187 with Christopher Chabris Book Recap #4: Think Like a Grandmaster by Kotov Book Recap #15: Secrets of Practical Chess and Attack the Strongpoint Book Recap #25 (Mammoth Games) 02:00- Why did we choose San Luis 2005? Mentioned: Book Recap #17- Zurich 1953 with FM Nate Solon and special guest GM Andy Soltis 04:00- Historical context: What was happening with the World Championship cycle in 2005? Mentioned: Linares! Linares! By Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam 14:00- Chessable Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out their latest courses here: https://www.chessable.com/courses/all/new/ 16:00- We discuss the origins of the books and the background of the authors Mentioned: 2008 Chessbase article about the book, Lichess Study with the Games from the Tournament 23:00- Why do they say books recapping tournaments “do not sell”? Mentioned: Zurich 1953, New York 1924, World Championship 1948 29:00- We share a few quotes from the Intro and preface by GMs Nigel Short and Mihail Marin. 36:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Aimchess' algorithm reviews your games and gives you actionable advice on how to improve your game. Check it out for free, and if you choose to subscribe you can use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. 38:00- What notable games took place? Anand-Adams 2005, Polgar-Kasimdzhanov, Kasimdzhanov-Polgar, Leko-Topalov, Wijk an Zee 1975 by Lubomir Kavalek 48:00- Why was Toplov accused of cheating in this tournament? Was there merit to this claim? 57:00- Dr. Chabris shares his thoughts on the Carlsen-Niemann scandal Mentioned: Discussion of the Niemann/Carlsen saga with GMs Jonathan Rowson and David Smerdon 1:04:00- Patreon mailbag question: Has Chris' expertise in cognitive science helped his chess game? 1:10:00- What chess books are we looking forward to? Mentioned: Book Recap #30 with Carsten Hansen, Dojo Talks- The Best Chess Books, Quality Chess coming in 2023 Thanks to Dr. Chabris for helping out with this book discussion! You can follow him on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/cfchabris Order his forthcoming book here: Nobody's Fool: Why we Get Taken in and What we Can do about it. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Martial artist and Creator, JAMES B. JEFFERSON talks with us about the entire WARRIOR ISLAND Universe in the making! From comics, to TV, to animation, and soon to feature films, Warrior Island is an entertainment franchise that has strong roots in the history of Martial Arts. Warrior Island's Grandmasters have a combined 500 years of Martial Arts Training. With over 100 movies and thousands of martial arts schools and students around the world in almost every county Warrior Island brings you the true Martial Arts Experience! WARRIOR ISLAND: https://warriorisland.com/ SUPPORT THE KUNG FU DRIVE-IN PODCAST WITH A KO-FI: https://ko-fi.com/kungfudrivein We discuss, debate and dissect kung fu movies and martial arts cinema & tv, past, present, and future! SPONSORS: www.tinboxsolutions.com www.wearenotgoodpeople.com OUTRO MUSIC: http://youtu.be/5zeRoGFft2s by Justin H @KingofKungFuAMP
The guys discuss the leaded gas of our generation, how air quality impacts chess playing, and how to make your favorite board games better.
“Black belt, don't think!” Those deep, stern words from the Grandmaster echo across the dojo and ring in my ears like a loudspeaker at full volume. Eight fellow black belts surround me in a circle with weapons in their hands while I have none. We're doing a dynamic circle knife drill exercise where, one by one, they attack and I have to disarm each weapon and take the attacker down while avoiding injury myself. When the exercise begins, I'm full of adrenaline and can feel my heart racing like a race car at the Indy 500. I'm trying to outthink my opponent, contemplating their next move, pre-planning my next move, and overthinking the entire scenario. I'm not trusting myself or my instincts. While I manage to avoid what would be serious injury on the street, my movements aren't fluid at all! Grandmaster calls me out and starts the exercise over. I take a slow breath and turn around in a circle to look at each of my eight opponents. “Begin!” the Grandmaster orders. I… close my eyes. Now that I've removed my sense of sight, I'm relying solely on sound, touch, and trust in myself. Each black belt yells “Ki-ai” and initiates their attack. I respond and disarm the first one, then the next, and the next. The disarming goes significantly better, and I'm reminded of how powerful the senses are and how harder the others work when you take one away. In this next episode of the “So You Think You Want to Become a Storyteller” master series, I talk about how the five senses can enrich your storytelling. Once again, I have my interviewer extraordinaire (Mark) ask me some tough questions on this topic such as: How do you incorporate the senses into your storytelling and make your stories come alive? Do you even need all five senses, or will just one or two do fine? And can you overuse senses in your stories? What you will learn in this episode: -How you can use the senses to describe anything in a story -What sense tends to get overused and underused by storytellers -How you can use the five senses to evoke specific emotions in your story A little about me: Hi there. I'm Kymberlee. As a Speaking Strategist and founder of Storytelling School, I've had the pleasure of working with over 500 speakers, business leaders, and entrepreneurs worldwide for over a decade. No matter if those folks were getting ready to take the TED or TEDx stage or preparing for a high-stakes presentation with everything on the line, my specialty is High Stakes Short Form Communication. I've seen what works when influencing change and what doesn't. It turns out storytelling is one of the most powerful tools you can have in your arsenal. That's why I'm building a movement of master storytellers to affect change in the world on a global scale to help people tell real stories that have influence and impact. With effective storytelling, you change people's lives. Since competition for potential client attention is fierce, a story can make the difference between being memorable or irrelevant. You'll find me sharing my matcha tea mishap to discuss perfectionism, my quest for Bruce Lee and Hello Kitty art to explore kindness, or the six months of live blade training I underwent to illustrate presence. I spend my days showing the power of using stories to help cement ideas and bring lessons to life and teaching my clients to do the same. If you think business owners can't tell stories or don't have stories to share with their clients, staff, donors, followers, or investors, I invite you to reconsider your perspective. There's no better place than in business to tell your stories so audiences, no matter how big or small, can understand how you think and what you value. Now it's your turn... If you're ready to become a master storyteller and effect change in our world, you've come to the right place. Links and Resources: Storytelling School Website @storytellingschool on Instagram
Welcome to another episode of Bushido Cast. In this episode, we talk about the UK Grand Masters held in January. Craig is joined by veteran host Jack, and welcomes Colin to the show. All three discuss list builds and games amongst other things Bushido related. This time we even have some fantastic listener questions to discuss. Enjoy!
Dan Halsted is one of the premier film programmers in the United States. In addition to his role as head programmer for the historic Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR, Dan has amassed a collection of some of the most vital kung fu and exploitation films in existence. He's salvaged the only known prints of several classics, he holds one of a small handful of many more, and he's attracted the company of figures like Quentin Tarantino and RZA along the way. We talked to Dan just before AN EXPLOITATION EXTRAVAGANZA, an exhibition of several such prints in February 2023, including one film (Joseph Kuo's 1977 kung fu classic 7 GRANDMASTERS) and a bunch of old trailers on film. In this conversation, we chat about the program, how Dan came to know and love the Trylon, the shifting demographics for film screening, and what it's like to look back on a career of rescuing films firsthand before they're lost forever. Get tickets to AN EXPLOITATION EXTRAVAGANZA (Feb 3-5, 2023 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/films/category/an-exploitation-extravaganza/ Get tickets to GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933, presented by film programmer Chantell Halsted (Feb 5 at the Trylon): https://www.trylon.org/film/gold-diggers-of-1933/ Visit the Hollywood Theatre in Portland, OR: https://hollywoodtheatre.org/ Support the Hollywood Theatre's goal of purchasing two Norelco AAIIs to ensure they can keep showing film well into the future: https://prod3.agileticketing.net/websales/pages/info.aspx?doninfo=742~5f969332-ec94-41af-822d-5c7ec8f2ca2b&epguid=78f97749-fa19-4772-a914-f346d99cc5f3& Follow us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/trylovepodcast and email us at email@example.com to get in touch! Buy tickets and support the Trylon at https://www.trylon.org/. Theme: "Raindrops" by Huma-Huma/"No Smoking" PSA by John Waters. Outro music: "Magic Fly" by Space from the SNAKE IN THE EAGLE'S SHADOW (1978) soundtrack. Timestamps 0:00 - Episode 211: Salvaging Film History with Dan Halsted of the Hollywood Theater [Interview] 1:53 - Bringing one-of-a-kind film prints to the Trylon 6:06 - Why's 7 GRANDMASTERS (1977) so special? 9:01 - Showing grindhouse trailers at the Trylon 17:20 - Dan's connection to the Trylon 19:28 - What it's like to program at the Hollywood Theatre 23:56 - What makes Portland a “movie-watching town” 30:09 - Showing 70mm at the Hollywood 35:16 - Why Gen Z audiences are drawn to film 37:55 - The growth of interest in film during the pandemic 43:06 - Outreach & getting people to come out for film 46:12 - Dan's film programming white whales 50:17 - How it feels to be one of the most notable film programmers in the US 57:30 - What's next for Dan
January 23, 2023Entrepreneur/Writer/Artist SHEQUETA SMITH, founder of SHERO COMICS, returns after nearly three years to discuss her latest comic book series "YOUNG GRANDMASTER CHOI" - which continues the epic saga of her flagship series "RAYVEN CHOI" SHEQUETA: https://sherocomics.com/featured/young-grandmaster-choi-kickstarter/
Recorded - 1/21/2023 On Episode 208 of the Almost Sideways Movie Podcast, we take one final look at what we think will be nominated for this year's Oscars. Oscar nominations will be announced Tuesday morning, January 24th, 2023. Then we review a classic from our childhood that has a comedy giant of this generation at his best. Here are the highlights: What We've Been Watching (5:40) Zach Review: Missing (9:30) Todd Review: Thirteen Lives (15:30) Terry Oscar Reviews: The Age of Innocence & The Grandmaster (23:30) Final Oscar Nominations Predictions 30th Anniversary Deep Dive: Mrs. Doubtfire (1:10:10) Trivia (1:26:20) Mt Rushmore: Non-Bond Performances by Bond Actors (1:35:40) Recasting Mrs. Doubtfire (1:54:40) Highest WAR, Worst Performance, Minor Character (2:07:20) Stickman, Douchebag, Punchable Face, Scene (2:25:30) Gripes and Conspiracies (2:31:20) LVP, MVP, Quote of the Day Read Todd's Final Oscar Nomination Predictions: https://almostsideways.blogspot.com/2023/01/2023-oscar-predictions-final.html Find AlmostSideways everywhere! Website almostsideways.com Facebook https://www.facebook.com/AlmostSidewayscom-130953353614569/ AlmostSideways Twitter: @almostsideways Terry's Twitter: @almostsideterry Zach's Twitter: @pro_zach36 Todd: Too Cool for Twitter Adam's Twitter: @adamsideways Apple Podcasts https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/almostsideways-podcast/id1270959022 Spotify https://open.spotify.com/show/7oVcx7Y9U2Bj2dhTECzZ4m Stitcher https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/almost-sideways-movie-podcast YouTube https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfEoLqGyjn9M5Mr8umWiktA/featured?view_as=subscriber
ON THIS EPISODE OF LIVE AND LOUD WITH THE LORD, NELSON THAT IS! Lord welcomes a Hip Hop Pioneer to the show. The Legendary Bronx Bomber RAHIEM from the iconic group Grandmaster Flash And The Furious Five. Rahiem speaks candidly and passionately as he revisits stories of the past that sparks exciting visuals in the mind of Lord Nelson and no doubt in you as well. All music lovers from the beginning of Hip Hop to the present are in for another blessing not to be forgotten, just like The U.T.F.O DOC ICE Conversation. This is another great watch and listen and As always Lord Nelson and the CMS Network appreciates your valuable time given and will continue to do their best to entertain, inform and some times educate you. Respect Maximum To You Always. Love Love. Thanks A TRILLION! Peep RAHIEM'S Links And Management Contact Below. https://instagram.com/rahiem.official https://www.facebook.com/rahiemrockstar https://bestartistmanagement.wixsite.com/bamstudio --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/cmspn/message
Best of Show: The Competition Brewing Podcast
In this episode, we take a quick look at four upcoming homebrew competitions including SNAFU Winterfest, Romancing the Beer, America's Finest Homebrew Competition, and the Peach State Brew Off. Then we had a great conversation with the highly decorated Fritz Schanz of the Denton County Homebrewers Guild. Fritz won the Circuit of America in 2022, has finished in the top 10 of the Lone Star Circuit 4 consecutive years, and shocked the competitive homebrewing community with a massive 15 medals at the Colorado State Fair in 2022. You'll want to hear what Fritz has to say about competitive brewing. We end the show with a recap of four competition's best of show winners that were announced in the last month. If you enjoy the podcast, be sure to subscribe and give us a review. We're always looking for content ideas and guests, so please feel free to email us with your suggestions at CompetitionBrewPod@gmail.com. You can also find us at Facebook.com/BestOfShowPodcast or follow BestOfShowPodcast on Instagram! Cheers y'all! --- Peach State Brew Off - https://comp.coverthops.com/PSBO/ --- Romancing the Beer - https://romancingthebeer.com/ --- America's Finest City Homebrew - https://quaff.org/AFC-2023/ --- SNAFU Winterfest - https://snafu.brewcompetition.com/ --- Circuit of America - https://www.masterhomebrewerprogram.com/2022-circuit-of-america --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bestofshow/message Music provided by Grifters & Shills - "255" off their Pretty Little Secrets album. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/bestofshow/message
From the Sublime to the Marvellous: Cultural Translation from The Grandmaster to Shang-Chi. Lecture by Professor Paul Bowman given at the School of East Asian Studies, Sheffield University. Also available as a video on the Martial Arts Studies YouTube Channel.
The Last Word w/ Ebontis & Lord Cognito
This week we caught up with our thoughts on Iron Banner Fortress and the changes that are coming in the next Iron Banner to help with reputation. Then we got into the Mods for All change that happened with the recent hotfix, GrandMaster Changes, Loadout Speculation and Season of the Seraph Week 6 Story updates. GoGoKamzilla Northup Twitter - https://twitter.com/GoGoKamzilla Travis Northup Twitter - https://twitter.com/TieGuyTravis Ebontis Twitter: https://twitter.com/Ebontis Twitch: https://www.twitch.tv/ebontis Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/Ebontis LordCognito Twitter: https://twitter.com/LordCognito Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYiUhEbYWiuwRuWXzKZMBxQ You can support The Last Word Podcast right here https://anchor.fm/ebontis/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ebontis/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ebontis/support
Join Brothers Evve, Brandy, Gabe, and Right Worshipful Brother Cody as they go over this years Grand Lodge resolutions and recommendations! We hope this episode is useful and enlightening. 00:01:06 Opening Remarks 00:03:40 2022 Holdover Resolution No. 11 00:15:43 Resolution No. 1 00:28:05 Resolution No. 2 00:28:27 Resolution No. 3 00:28:49 Resolution No. 4 00:32:25 Resolution No. 5 00:34:32 Resolution No. 6 00:41:24 Resolution No. 7 00:41:38 Resolution No. 8 00:49:08 Resolution No. 9 00:55:25 Resolution No. 10 01:02:37 Resolution No. 11 01:03:19 Resolution No. 12 01:04:18 Resolution No. 13 01:13:26 Resolution No. 14 01:13:46 Resolution No. 15 01:15:10 Resolution No. 16 01:17:50 Resolution No. 17 01:22:53 Resolution No. 18 01:33:17 Resolution No. 19 01:52:24 Grand Master's Recommendations 01:53:14 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 1 01:56:30 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 2 01:58:18 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 3 02:01:14 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 4 02:02:50 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 5 02:03:39 Grand Master's Recommendation No. 6 02:04:56 Closing Remarks
This week's guest on Perpetual Chess is author, psychology professor and avid chess player, Dr. Joel Sneed. In the professional realm, Joel is a practicing clinical psychologist, and his research focuses on the topics of late life depression and cognitive impairment. A casual chess game with a patient led to Joel's discovery of competitive chess, and since then he has always found time for the game. In addition to co-authoring some excellent chess books, Joel has achieved very unusual gains for an adult learner. Joel began tournament chess at age 33 with a 1200 rating, and at age 48 is rated over 2000! Joel thinks that part of the reason for his success has been his emphasis on the psychological side of chess, as discussed in his latest collaboration with GM Boris Gulko, Analyzing the Chess Mind. The book provides both traditional game analysis from GM Gulko, as well as more general advice about chess psychology from both the GM and the Professor. It was fascinating to hear Joel's story, and there is much to learn from his book and from our conversation! Please read on for timestamps and topics discussed. 01:00- Joel tells the story of his starting to discover tournament chess through working with a patient at a psychiatric hospital. 07:00- What has chess taught Joel about himself? Why was he initially attracted to the game? Mentioned: Episode 300 with GM Ulf Andersson 13:00- Joel hasn't played a tournament since May, why not? 17:00- Joel discusses how he began to collaborate with his co-author, legendary GM Boris Gulko. 19:00- What advice would Joel give to a friend who is having trouble finding the motivation to return to tournament chess? Mentioned: IM John Watson 25:00- Patreon mailbag question: What advice does Joel give to someone who wants to get into a beneficial mindset before a tournament? 35:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Aimchess' algorithm reviews your games and gives you actionable advice on how to improve your game. Check it out for free, and if you choose to subscribe you can use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. Or use this link for the same discount: https://aimchess.com/try?ref=benjohnson12 37:00 Patreon mailbag question: What is Joel's advice for someone who is prone to bullet chess addiction and tilt? Mentioned: Episode 216 with Dr. Jana Krivec 50:00- How has studying his own chess tendencies helped Joel in his activities that take place away from the chess board? 57:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out their latest courses here: https://www.chessable.com/courses/all/new/ 58:00- What chess lessons did Joel learn from the golf book, Golf is not a Game of Perfect? 1:07:00- What were the biggest contributors to Joel's slow and steady rise from 1200 to 2000 USCF? 1:11:00- What are Joel's favorite chess books, besides his own Lessons with a Grandmaster collaboration with GM Boris Gulko? Mentioned: The Giants of Strategy by GM Neil McDonald, How to Reassess Your Chess by IM Jeremy Silman 1:17:00- What is meant by “Ego is a limited resource?” 1:22:00- Thanks so much to Joel for joining me. You can email him at prof.sneed at gmail dot com Be sure to check out his books with GM Boris Gulko as well: Analyzing the Chess Mind: Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Analyzing-Chess-Sneed-Boris-Gulko/dp/1784831123/ref=sr_1_1?crid=1YLXPM3IWVAKS&keywords=Analyzing+the+Chess+Mind&qid=1671420382&s=books&sprefix=analyzing+the+chess+mind%2Cstripbooks%2C109&sr=1-1 Forward Chess: https://forwardchess.com/sample/analyzing-the-chess-mind Lessons with a Grandmaster Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Book Recap #30- 10 Underrated Chess Books for Different Ratings Levels, with FM Carsten Hansen This episode was recorded at Suite Recording Studios in Mt. Laurel, New Jersey and is also available with video on the Perpetual Chess YouTube channel. Chess Books Recaptured returns, this time to discuss 10 books for the price of one! My guest co-host is FM Carsten Hansen, who returns to the pod to join me in selecting and discussing different chess books for different chess experience levels. Carsten is a prolific author, the book reviewer for American Chess Magazine, and a Chess Life magazine columnist. In addition to a lot of book talk, we discuss Carsten's chess-improvement efforts and OTB plans, and a few of his recent collaborations with IM Cyrus Lakdawala. There is always so much to learn from Carsten, and I am confident we have selected worthwhile book recommendations for chess enthusiasts of many backgrounds. 02:00- How do we define an “underrated” chess book? 04:30- Aside from reading chess books, who are some of our favorite chess content creators? Mentioned: IM Levy Rozman, GM Daniel Naroditsky, IM Andras Toth, IM John Bartholomew, GM Daniel King, Chess Feels, C Squared, Chicken Chess Club, Ladies Knight with Isabella Choko 8:30- Book #1- Open Files by Uhlman and Schmidt 12:00- Book #2- Arkell's Endings by and GM Keith Arkell 16:00- Book #3- World Chess Championship 1948. Contact the translator, Jan Verendel via his website: https://verendel.com/ 18:00- Book #4- Fundamental Chess: Logical Decision Making by GM Ramesh 23:00- Book #5- Learn to Play Chess Like a Boss by GM Patrick Wolff Mentioned: Episode 189 with GM Patrick Wolff Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out their latest courses here: https://www.chessable.com/courses/all/new/ 27:00- Book #6- Instructive Chess Miniatures by FM Alper Efe Ataman 30:30- Book #7- Rewire Your Chess Brain by IM Cyrus Lakdawala Mentioned: Episode 197 with IM Cyrus Lakdawala, Endgames Studies 101 on Chessable 37:30- Book #8- The Giants of Strategy by GM Neil McDonald 42:30- Book #9- Positional Chess by IM Shaun Talbut Mentioned: Move First, Think Later by IM Willy Hendriks Mentioned: Improve Your Positional Chess by FM Carsten Hansen, Episode 182 with IM Willy Hendriks 47:00- Book #10- Universal Chess Training by GM Wojciech Moranda Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Aimchess' algorithm reviews your games and gives you actionable advice on how to improve your game. Check it out for free, and if you choose to subscribe you can use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. Or use this link for the same discount: https://aimchess.com/try?ref=benjohnson12 54:00- How is Carsten currently working on his chess and blitz games? Mentioned: The Checkmate Patterns Manual by CrafyRaf, The Dirty Harry Sicilian by IM Christof Sielecki, Play the Orangutan by FM Carsten Hansen, Episode 178 with IM Kare Kristensen 1:11:00- Bonus book talk! Carsten showcases a few books that aren't translated into English but should be. Mentioned: Larsen Volume 1, 30 Years at the Chessboard by Jens Enevoldsen 1:19:00- Which of Carsten's recent books would he recommend most highly? Mentioned: The Anti-Alapin Gambit, The Smyslov Workbook, The Chess Wizardry of Wotowa, Back to Basics: Chess Openings 1:24:00- Some of Our Favorite Books of 2022: . Masterpieces and Drama of the Soviet Championship, Albert W. Fox: A Life on and Off the Chess Board by John S. Hilbert, Evaluate like a Grandmaster, Think Like a Super GM 1:25:00- Thanks to Carsten for joining me in studio! You can check out his books here: https://www.amazon.com/Books-Carsten-Hansen/s?rh=n%3A283155%2Cp_27%3ACarsten+Hansen Follow him on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/carstenchess If you would like to join the Perpetual Chess Patreon community and be able to submit questions for guests and receive other perks, you can do so here: https://www.patreon.com/perpetualchess Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
This week we are joined by trainer, author and 6 time New Jersey state chess champion, IM Dean Ippolito. Dean has been an accomplished active player for decades, and a major theme of our conversation is the increasingly unforgiving nature of modern competitive chess. As Dean explains, players at all ages and levels are better prepared and more skilled than ever before. Competing with them is a challenge, but Dean relishes the opportunity to put his best foot forward and shares helpful advice for players of all levels who are looking to do the same. Dean was a lifelong New Jersey resident who recently relocated to Charlotte, in part to compete in events at the Charlotte Chess Center. Most recently, Dean played in the star-studded US Masters tournament. We also discuss Dean's new book, Tricks, Tactics, and Tips in the Chess Opening: Practical Lessons for Ambitious Improvers. The book draws on Dean's decades of teaching experience and is a good choice for scholastic players and amateurs rated below 1500 or so. Lastly, Dean shares some fun stories from his years of high-level chess. As an accomplished veteran of the US Chess scene, Dean has seen the rise of Nakamura and Caruana and many others, and in his extensive chess travels, he has had memorable games against some world class competitors . You can find timestamps of topics discussed below. 0:00- You can subscribe to my free weekly chess news round up, the Perpetual Chess linkfest here: https://benjohnson.substack.com 1:00- Dean reflects on the ups and downs of his chess career as it relates to his ratings up and downs, which translates to good universal advice for OTB players. 10:00- What would it take for Dean to become a Grandmaster? Mentioned: Episode 249 with Dr. Mark Glickman (Ratings Discussion) 15:00- What has Dean observed about adults sometimes losing interest in competitive chess? 20:00- What adjustments has Dean made for modern tournament chess? Mentioned: The Woodpecker Method 34:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out their latest courses here: https://www.chessable.com/courses/all/new/ 36:00- What was the US Masters and North Carolina Open like in Charlotte? Mentioned: FM James Canty, IM Kostya Kavutskiy, GM Aman Hambleton, GM Daniel Naroditsky 45:00- What training will Dean do to try to earn the GM title? 55:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Aimchess' algorithm reviews your games and gives you actionable advice on how to improve your game. Check it out for free, and if you choose to subscribe you can use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. Or use this link for the same discount: https://aimchess.com/try?ref=benjohnson12 56:00- Why write a chess book? Mentioned: The Art of Attack in Chess, Get the E-Book here 1:04:00 - Dean has decades of experience running chess clubs/academies. What advice does he give to those thinking of opening one? 1:11:00- What are Dean's favorite chess memories? Mentioned: Ippolito-Sasrikan 2017, Morozevich-Ippolito 1997, GM Awonder Liang, GM Fabiano Caruana, GM Hikaru Nakamura, GM Parimarjan Negi 1:29:00- Thanks to Dean for joining me! Here is how to reach him: Email- Dean at deanofchess dot com Book- Tricks, Tactics, and Tips in the Chess Opening: Practical Lessons for Ambitious Improvers. Instagram- https://www.instagram.com/deanofchess/?hl=en Twitter- https://twitter.com/deanofchess?lang=en Webpage- https://www.deanofchess.com/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Sports is not something that you usually hear mentioned when people talk about cybersecurity - but Chris Cochran and Ron Eddings, co-founders of Hacker Valley Media, believe that cyber professionals can take inspiration from MMA wrestlers and Chess Grandchampions to get to their own version of Peak Performance.