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  • 7 Dumb Chess Ideas To Avoid This Year

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  • The 10 Weirdest Chess Sets

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  • Move by Move Chess Improvement: Recognizing what is demanded of the position

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    • Exploiting Structural Weaknesses - Isolated Double Pawns

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    • One Terrible Idea

      Everyone acknowledges that early game Queen moves are a bad idea, because there are so few squares that a Queen can go in the opening that can't be immediately attacked. The end result is almost always a series of Queen moves to get the Queen out... | Read More

      • Anema86
      • | Jul 26, 2015
    • Uncooperative Opponent

      One area I have to improve in my chess calculation is thinking that my opponent will cooperate with me.   I tend to find moves for my opponent that will help support my ideas. In effect, I don't work hard enough to find holes in my calculati... | Read More

    • Chrome pop up while on

      While surfing through material and games. I suddenly received a yellow alert pop up in my search window with this notice... Has anyone else seen this or have any feed back on it?  Chrome Help     CHROME  FORUM   NPAPI plugins don't wo... | Read More

    • Job Opportunity: JavaScript / Angular JS

      Love and want to help make it better? We are looking for an amazing front-end dev with expertise in JavaScript / AngularJS to help us complete the next generation of and beyond! We have a great team and lots of fun together. Th... | Read More

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Video Lessons

  • Maurian, Charles Amedee

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    Charles Amedee Maurian was born on May 21, 1838.  He was the closest and life-long friend of Paul Morphy.  They attended Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama together where Morphy taught Maurian how to play chess in 1853-54.  In 1... Read More »