The next day was the wrap-up of the weekends chess activities. They did the award ceremony for the previous days winners, so Alex got a very nice medal and a book about the Kasparov-Short world championship match.
Following this, GM Helgi Olafsson gave a simultaneous exhibition. Alex jumped onto a board right away. He played ok for a kid, but played a long bishop move when he should have completed the development of his kingside. GM Olafsson wrote a nice note in the book that Alex won.
Look at the expression on Alex's face when he realizes he is lost!
Here Alex gets GM Olafsson's autograph.
I ended up playing in the simul also, as they had empty seats they wanted filled. I spent so much time observing how Alex did that I didn't focus very well on my own game. I played to a decent middle-game position, but then tossed it away in one move by overlooking a simple tactic.