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    • Emanuel Lasker book

      A book which immediately ranks as one of the finest in chess history has just been published: Emanuel Lasker Denker Weltenbürger Schachweltmeister edited by Richard Forster, Stefan Hansen and Michael Negele (Berlin, 2009). A few statistics fir... | Read More

    • CUSTOMIZED CHESS

        CUSTOMIZED CHESS One of the first pieces I look at in a Chess set is the Knight (are they not the most iconic symbol of the game?). Sometimes they are as worthless as a dumb ass (donkey), and at other times they are as terrifying as a killer ... | Read More

      • Lyrik2
      • | Jul 28, 2014
      • | 90 views
      • | 3 comments
    • first analysis

      Positional advantage in White, Black has no development rook at h8  and a knight on g8. TO: TCF_Whomp -  I can not find where I made tricky moves??? | Read More

      • Kuzinkov
      • | Jul 28, 2014
      • | 45 views
      • | 0 comments
    • Chess Friends

      I joined chess.com to learn more about how to play this game and to see if I had any skill. What I found was a network of people all over the world who had my same interest but were more than that I developed some real friendships that will last a... | Read More

      • LadyLuck49
      • | Jul 27, 2014
      • | 132 views
      • | 14 comments
    • Agatha Christie

      Agatha Christie’s 1927 book The Big Four included ‘A Chess Problem’, which mentioned Lasker, Capablanca and Rubinstein. A murder mystery solved by Hercule Poirot, it has often been anthologized as a short story, two instances in the chess wo... | Read More


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