Death of The Royal Game

Well, couldn’t help supporting the post published earlier in the day — visually.

I know you all will agree, it is all about good vision, at the board and elsewhere!

Damilola Odusote , Death of the king

Damilola Odusote, Death of the king

“A success story verging on the mythological, Damilola was born to Nigerian parents, and fostered by a Romanian couple in Tilbury, Essex, a town which at the time was known for high levels of unemployment, poverty, crime and racism – a zeitgeist bleakly captured in the BAFTA-winning feature film ‘Fish Tank’.” from Damilola Odusote’s site.”

 


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