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    • No...More...Bullet!

      Officially, no more bullet chess. At least for 10 years. If I play one game, someone please refer me to this blog post. I. Officially. Am. Stopping. Bullet. Chess. That's a promise. | Read More

      • Robert0905
      • | Nov 24, 2015
    • Bullet Miniatures, Part 1

      It is said that analyzing blitz chess is a pointless exercise. While this may be the case, many blitz and bullet games feature the sort of unsound, attacking chess that we all love to watch. In Part 1 of my series on bullet miniatures played on C... | Read More

      • wesd08
      • | Nov 6, 2015
    • Updated Reference Series

      I now have a blog reference, so you can find all my blogs whenever you wish! Here's the complete table: For Beginners Series: Basic Tactics For Beginners Basic Openings For Beginners Puzzles: My Composition: Is it Correct or Wrong? Famous Pl... | Read More

      • Robert0905
      • | Oct 25, 2015
    • The truth about bullet chess

      Many times in my short career I have been told not to play bullet chess because it will hurt your play at the same time i have constantly been seeing that a lot of the greats play bullet and they are still great so what do you do. aAlways we have... | Read More

      • jbent02
      • | Oct 14, 2015
    • Breaking 1900 in Bullet!

      I broke 1900 for the first time in my life... in bullet chess! I had to beat a master (john Zapata) to gain that acheivement. He was higher rated, but I pulled through. Here is a link to the game: http://live.chess.com/live?v=2015090101#g=131307... | Read More

Video Lessons

  • Biyiasas, Peter

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    Peter Biyiasas, born Nov 19, 1950 in Greece, is a Canadian Grandmaster (1978) who later moved to the United States.  He has won the Canadian championship twice (1972, 1975).  In 1978 he won the World Open.  In 1981 Bobby Fischer sta... Read More »

  • Ilyin-Genevsky, Alexander

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    Alexander Ilyin-Genevsky (1894-1941) was the Russian master who had to learn the game twice.  He was gassed, then shell-shocked in World War I, which took away his memory.  Irving Chernev wrote that a bullet entered Ilyin-Genevsky&r... Read More »