I learned to play chess in the 60's when Bobby Fisher was emerging as a great. It perked my interest in the game. I used to play chess pretty regular with friends in the late 70's and early 80's but never played any organized chess other than a work chess league. I didn't play much chess after that until I started playing again in 2009. Now I play most of my chess on the internet.
\nMy approach to learning to chess: study tactics supplemented by a heuristic approach of playing and observing.
\nI'm a Sr Sytems Engineer with a focus on IBM MQ and monitoring on Unix, Linux.
\nHometown: Jackson, Wi