Kevin Megill


It's not the competition of chess that I love so much as the beauty. The game is just complex enough that players can expect to find themselves surprised by the possibilities that arise. With several different pieces on several different squares aimed at several different areas of the board, serendipity strikes! An unexpected move reveals itself, harmoniously combining all these differences into a coordinated attack. That's what I love: that every chess game begins with the potential to generate a work of chess art.
Associate Professor of Computer Information Systems
Sauk Valley Community College
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Office: Room 2E17