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  • Arizona Scorpions Win USCL Opener

    By Steve Farmer My favorite time of year is finally here; cooler weather, football season under way, the World Series is around the corner... as is basketball. But above all else, the US Chess League has already started! Chess.com hosted the US ... | Read More


    • Update: The Best Android Apps for Chess

      I recently decided updated my post on The Best Android Apps for Chess. The post has been easily my most popular post on chess.com with over 30,000 reads; it's also one of the top hits for Android apps and chess. Since the post seems to be a usefu... | Read More

      • SamCopeland
      • | Jun 28, 2014
      • | 3988 views
      • | 11 comments
    • Digital Tools of the Trade

      The following list contains tools I use to work with PGN databases to find positions and use of tactics that are of interest to me. Finding key ideas and motifs is important for improvement as a Chess player. One may turn to a Chess database, but... | Read More

      • Geiss
      • | Apr 26, 2014
      • | 218 views
      • | 0 comments
    • Searching for Alekhine's Gun (CQL)

       Alekhine's Gun is a tactical motif where a Queen and two Rooks are lined up along the same axis to put pressure on an opponent's weakness. The formation of Alekhine's Gun was first given its name after the game Alekhine - Nimzowitsch, San Remo... | Read More

      • Geiss
      • | Apr 26, 2014
      • | 330 views
      • | 0 comments
    • The Best Android Apps for Chess

      NOTE: Hello all! Due to the popularity of this particular post, I have decided to update it regularly so as to keep it a current resource. Mostly, I will add new and excellent apps as I am aware of them. I will indicate the most recent additions v... | Read More

      • SamCopeland
      • | Feb 15, 2014
      • | 62126 views
      • | 45 comments
    • Analyzing Games Best Software

      I have found that the fastest way to improve in chess is to analyze the games you have played, especially those you lost, and find your errors. Then hopefully in the future you will not make the same mistakes. I have been testing  free software t... | Read More