CHICAGO—Cecil Locke has become a summertime institution in Chicago, bringing his 150 pound folding chess table from the South side to Michigan Avenue from April through November, weather permitting. He sets up his 26 foot invention at Michigan and Jackson, just south of the main entrance to the Art Institute. Play him, or pick your opponent. Either way, come on down and join his Touch and Go Chess party.
Chess in the City
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