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  • All About Mary

          Mary Weiser Bain always seemed to have gotten lost in the shadows of Mona May Karff and Gisela Gresser.  But this pioneer of women's chess in the United States played no less a role.  While Gresser was home-grown, Mary Bain was born in... | Read More

  • The All-Time World Chess Champion Bracket

    Who is the best chess player of all time? Today, World Champion Magnus Carlsen leads Vishy Anand 1.5-0.5 after two games at the world chess championship in Sochi, Russia. Carlsen is the 16th classical world chess champion — mor... | Read More

  • Don't Get Brainwashed!

    I bet you've all heard an old joke where a man returns from a business trip one day earlier than planned and catches his wife with another man. She denies that anything is going on between her and that man trusts her, even though the obvious evide... | Read More

  • Coaches Get Off Couches For Death Match 28

    Two of the world's most accomplished chess coaches will put down their red pens and fire up their laptops for Death Match 28. GM Giorgi Kacheishvili, coach of this year's U.S. Women's Champion and U.S. Championship finalist, and GM Simen Agdeste... | Read More

  • 10 Chess Players Who Have Saved The World From Gigantic Meteorites

    Hello chess.com readers!  I'm absolutely thrilled to share with you some groundbreaking research on the little understood link between world chess champions and intergalactic debris avoidance.  You see, ever since there have been chessplayers t... | Read More


    • History of Chess Part – 2 and next webinar

      “All rook and pawn endgames are drawn” is a chess quote that was often attributed to the great chess player (and doctor) Siegbert Tarrasch. However, this statement is far from being absolutely true and rook endgames NOT ALWAYS easy to play... | Read More

    • *Update

      Hi everyone, I have not been on, active, or free very much due to school. I have loads to do and chess is slipping through the cracks as more important things like Math, Latin, Science, etc. I still love chess and if you were talking with me you'... | Read More

    • 50 FAMOUS PEOPLE WHO FAILED AT THEIR FIRST ATTEMPT AT CARRIER SUCCESS!!

      50  Famously Successful People Who Failed at First Not everyone who’s on top today got there with success after success. More often than not, those who history best remembers were faced with numerous obstacles that forced them to work harder a... | Read More

    • RCA Live Webinar GM Mikhailo Olegsienko "Intuitional Rook Endgames"

      REMOTE CHESS ACADEMY CHESS LESSON~ History of Chess Part-2 and Next Webinar ~ History of chess part-2 http://goo.gl/pVfwVVRCA proudly present for the next live webinar: Live Webinar “Intuitional Rook Endgames” by GM Mikhailo Oleksienko   ... | Read More

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    • P. Mathew - N. Bellon 0-1, unorganized play

      This was a straightforward win as my opponent didn't play very well.  He seemed to be just "moving pieces" without any plan.  I simply won 2 pawns and traded down into an easily won endgame.  Nothing special here... | Read More


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  • Mathematics and chess

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    The number of possible chess positions after White’s first ply move is 20 (16 pawn moves and 4 knight moves).  There are 400 possible chess positions after two ply moves (first ply move for White followed by first ply move for Black).  Th... Read More »