written by: E Barnes
At his usual time, he checks out a chess set from the nurses’ desk.
“You be white, Dad.”
He’s amazed. His father opens with pawn to e4 and beats him in four moves.
“Who won?” The nurse asks when he returns the game.
“Alzheimer’s—he still doesn’t remember my name.”
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