Is there a way to clear one's message inbox? I have a large amount of new messages and would like to delete them without wasting time clicking 196 "read" buttons.
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Jose Raul Capablanca was born on November 19, 1888 in Cuba. He learned to play chess at the age of 4 from his father. He even pointed out an illegal move made by his father and defeated him twice. At a chess club the same year, he was given ... | Read More
I've said before that chess is, in actuality, a giant math problem. This is true, but I also said humanity has not come close to solving it. Because of this, chess seems to be more of a mental martial art right now than a math problem.
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Another excellent comparison made by top chess players is chess to tennis. The idea of this comparison was that, in an opening system such as the Sicilian, White should develop his men to the fourth rank and Black to the third. Whomever contro... | Read More
Another interesting chess comparison is chess and writing. As a writer myself, I've noticed several different similarities in the two arts. International Master William Hartston makes similar comparisons in his excellent book "Teach Yourself B... | Read More
Because this is the first in my "Chess Comparisons" series, I will give you a brief introduction.
In this series, I will compare chess to other things such as Music, Math, Language, Golf, Tennis, and more. In these comparisons is a valuable... | Read More
Feel free to check out my new website at edsnotofthisworld.wordpress.com! Leave comments and questions if you would like. The site is under construction, so chess games, songs, and new pages will be coming soon! | Read More
The long-awaited Favorite Songs 3.
I do not own these videos, nor any that I have put up so far. If this is illegal, let me know and I will change it immediately.
Last night I had a dr... | Read More
Once upon a time you could be a bad guy,And you’d live to see another day.But now you’d never manage,Boy, you’d be brain damaged,Just to think that you could g... | Read More
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