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SOMERVILLE -- At the Boylston Chess Club, 7-year-old Miguel Reid Sandoval reacts to a chess move against his opponent under a poster of chess champion Gary Kasparov. On Wednesday afternoons, Satea Husari, an international chess master, teaches strategy to children in grades K through 8. In the middle of Miguel's spirited game, Husari instructed him: 'Chess is a lot of thinking, and a little of moving and talking.' The Boylston Chess Club was founded in 1919 on Boylston Street in Boston. In 2004 it moved to its new headquarters in Davis Square. There are an average of 100 members, but the public is welcome to all its events. (Globe Staff Photo / Suzanne Kreiter) audio: Click the play button below to hear Globe photographer Suzanne Kreiter discuss this photo <object classid='clsid:02BF25D5-8C17-4B23-BC80-D3488ABDDC6B' width='200' height='30' codebase= 'http://www.apple.com/qtactivex/qtplugin.cab'> (Audio by Scott LaPierre, Boston.com)
King for a day
SOMERVILLE -- At the Boylston Chess Club, 7-year-old Miguel Reid Sandoval reacts to a chess move against his opponent under a poster of chess champion Gary Kasparov. On Wednesday afternoons, Satea Husari, an international chess master, teaches strategy to children in grades K through 8. In the middle of Miguel's spirited game, Husari instructed him: "Chess is a lot of thinking, and a little of moving and talking." The Boylston Chess Club was founded in 1919 on Boylston Street in Boston. In 2004 it moved to its new headquarters in Davis Square. There are an average of 100 members, but the public is welcome to all its events.

(Globe Staff Photo / Suzanne Kreiter)

audio: Click the play button below to hear Globe photographer Suzanne Kreiter discuss this photo
(Audio by Scott LaPierre, Boston.com)