Simul Night at QCC

February 28, 2020 – 5:30 PM – 8:30 PM
Paul Brown Stadium, Club West 

Enjoy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres while Chess Grandmasters play each other blindfolded and take on 30 boards at once.

We will be honoring Shining Knight award recipient Tani Adewumi.

What is a Chess Simul?

A chess simul is when a chess player, typically a very strong player such as a Grandmaster, plays multiple boards at one time. He can play a whole crowd of players, sometimes up to 50 at a single time.

In a regular simul, no chess clocks are used. The boards are usually arranged in a large circle or square and the exhibitor walks from board to board in a fixed order. Each individual participant is expected to make a move when the exhibitor arrives at his/her board.