EP.69 - International Master Kassa Korley
Published May 1, 2018
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    My guest this week is 24-year-old IM Kassa Korley. Kassa is a strong young chess player, a YouTube steamer, a Duke University graduate, and he also works for a tech education startup. During our conversation he answered the following questions: Why does Kassa hate draws, what does he do to avoid them? How is Kassa's chess game progressing? He was the youngest African-American National Master in US history in 2008. Is his long-stated dream to become the 2nd African-American GM still alive? What was it like studying and playing chess in Denmark, of which he is also a citizen? What modern elite chess player shaped Kassa's game the most? What advice does he have for self-directed players looking to improve at chess? How and when did he meet and play blitz with Magnus Carlsen Thanks to Kassa for joining me, you can follow him on YouTube here, and reach him via email here. This episode is brought to you by Silver Knights Enrichment, if you are interested in working for them, check out their current opportunities here.
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