Professor: Happy Independence Day, Class!
Lucian: You mean happy July Fourth, don’t you?
Zephyr: They’re the same day.
Thomas: That’s the way the Founding Fathers planned it.
Zephyr: Maybe the Founding Mothers had the sam... | Read More
My last article didn’t have any chess puzzles, which I know Chess.com readers enjoy. To make up for that, we’ll have a simple article this week composed entirely of puzzles. And, as I did in Part 2 of this series, all examples will be ... | Read More
Occasionally I hear some intermediate level players protest that any problem that does not follow the normal "needs" of a chess game can't be helpful to your game. These "normal" concerns would include:
White (Black) to play and win (if you are n... | Read More
My Top Tips for Chess Improvement included hanging out with strong players and reviewing your games with them, ala The Improvement Feedback Loop, consistently trying your best on every move (since it only takes one bad move to lose a game), and u... | Read More
Getting home after Saturday's games, I ate dinner and started preparing for Yankovsky. I had a general profile of him already, but I needed to play through a bunch of his games to ascertain what variations he played against my defenses to e4 (c5, ... | Read More