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      • Chess4Him
      • | Apr 24, 2014
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    • 5 chess game best of three zuccotti park

      t’s six in the morning in Zucotti Park. Quiet hours started at eleven, but that isn’t stopping the kid behind me from singing and playing Bob Dylan’s greatest hits on his guitar. I politely tolerate it until he starts to play “Rainy Day Wo... | Read More

    • The Game of the Century

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      • iagocg
      • | Feb 24, 2014
      • | 184 views
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    • The Ultimate Queen Sac

      This game was 15 minutes with no move sec. increments.  My opponent ran low on time, as he only had 1.7 seconds after he made his last move.  I had about 4:27 or so on my clock.  This game was very amazing though.  I had to share it with you ... | Read More

      • makhnoukh
      • | Jan 10, 2014
      • | 398 views
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    • Do we have a limit?

      "I know people who have all the will in the world, but still can't play good chess."- Bobby Fischer "Nowadays, when you're not a grandmaster at 14, you can forget about it."-Viswanathan Anand "I started by just sitting by the chessboard explorin... | Read More

      • Basrohs
      • | Dec 19, 2013
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    • The Game of The Century

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    • A Talk to Remember Coach Donald Byrne

      Donald Byrne is best known for losing The Game of the Century in the 1956 Rosenwald tournament to Bobby Fischer. This is great because it ensures him a type of immortality. It's also not so great since Donald Byrne was one of the great chess perso... | Read More

      • danheisman
      • | Apr 12, 2013
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    • Game of the Century - Bobby Fischer vs Donald Byrne

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      • geracarp75
      • | Apr 10, 2013
      • | 698 views
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    • Robert "James" Fischer Biography

      Years covered: 1953 to 1992Last FIDE rating: 2780Highest rating achieved in database: 2785Overall record: +417 -85 =246 (72.2%)*   * Overall winning percentage = (wins+draws/2) / total games      Based on games in the database; may be... | Read More

      • Luidefunes
      • | Dec 20, 2012
      • | 899 views
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    • Bobby Fischer - The Game of the Century

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    • The Hustler Gets Byrned

      I just posted a story about playing a hustler on Rittenhouse Square (http://www.chess.com/article/view/my-game-against-the-hustler) but that reminded me of a story my college coach, Donald Byrne, told me. Since I consider it an obligation to not l... | Read More

      • danheisman
      • | Oct 17, 2012
      • | 3000 views
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    • Fischer's "Game of the Century"

      What characterizes all of the Master-class games that I have covered thus far is the opposite of why I started with the Fool's Mate: the brilliance that lay behind the necessary moves to successfully counter and defeat a completely solid attack or... | Read More

      • NewPlato
      • | Sep 18, 2012
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    • The Game of the Century: Fischer-Byrne

      Today, I`ll show you a small blog on "The Game of the Century". The players in the game were Fischer and Donald Byrne. Fischer was young at the time. Here is the link on youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M624T3PTggU Thx for viewing! | Read More

    • Two Thirds IM-Taking on the Super GM

      I recently played in the 2012 Chicago Open… AWESOME!  There were so many people that are part of the Chess.com team there… there are not many people better than Chess.com people.  It was great to see a lot of my friends there! The tournamen... | Read More

    • Showcased Game: Your Games Analyzed for 5/15 & More!

      [Blog History] The Official Chess.com/TV Group Blog    Good afternoon everyone and welcome to another quick-recap of the weekly Chess.com/TV show Your Games Analyzed which is hosted by GM Magesh Panchanathan. This week's episode was open to Pl... | Read More

    • WCC's

      This blog is about the WCC's, or World Chess Champions. The first official champ was Wilhelm Steinitz. He defeated Zuckertort in the match for the title. Lasker was second. He also held the crown the longest on record, 27 years. With the first tw... | Read More

      • Barbosss
      • | May 8, 2012
      • | 547 views
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    • Who Did That?

      This is the Evergreen Game, Anderssen-Dufresne, 1-0   The next game is going to be a live chess game/Game of The Century/tata steel game. This Game Showcase is for some GM games to get you some chess reality Tata Steel Game, Round 1, Nakamur... | Read More

    • List of chess games

      This is a list of notable chess games sorted chronologically.  1600s 1619: Greco–NN, Rome 1619. In one of the earliest recorded chess games, Gioachino Greco mates on the eighth move with a queen sacrifice. 1700s 1788: Bowdler–Conway, London.... | Read More

    • Game of the Week: The Game of the Century

      The Game of the Century: Week 7  -  September 24, 2011 This game was played between Bobby Fischer and Donald Byrne. Enjoy!   Thank you for viewing the Game of the Week! Check back next week for an exciting new chess match! ~ CalbaMan | Read More

      • CalbaMan
      • | Sep 24, 2011
      • | 384 views
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    • Weekly Article: The Game of the Century

      The Game of the Century: Week 7  -  September 23, 2011 The Game of the Century was played on October 17, 1956 between Donald Byrne and Bobby Fischer.  At that time, Donald Byrne was one of the leading chess masters in the U.S. He played in the... | Read More

      • CalbaMan
      • | Sep 24, 2011
      • | 409 views
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