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  • The Chess Addict

    Ok, I admit it. I am a chess addict. I have played thousands of games over 38 years.  I've probably played over 10,000 games on the Internet. I have over 2,000 chess books and magazines. I can't possibly read them all. I have millions of games ... | Read More

    • Did the Soviets Collude? A Statistical Analysis of Championship Chess 1940-64

      http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=905612 Did the Soviets Collude? A Statistical Analysis of Championship Chess 1940-64 Charles C. Moul (Miami University) and John V. Nye (George Mason University), 2006 Abstract We expand the s... | Read More

    • Expensive Chess!

      1. Renault F1 Team Collection Chess Set This chess set is unique because of its creativity and styling. The chess pieces are crafted from real parts of a Renault Formula 1 car. The suspensions, hubs, wings, cockpit sittings are some of the comp... | Read More

      • moon-boy
      • | Dec 10, 2013
    • My thoughts and general ramblings

      I was curious as to people's thoughts on chess sets that are not the standard looking variety. Like I myself have have what is called a eight fairies set, but it really looks like a bunch a buddha sitting on thrones. The board looks like standard ... | Read More

      • dlordmagic
      • | Jul 21, 2013
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    • The Franklin Mint Civil War Checker Set

      Who would have thought that two politicians born less than a year apart and in the same state would face off in America’s bloodiest war?  Abraham Lincoln, arguably the United States most popular president, and Jefferson Davis, the Confederate... | Read More

    • The Franklin Mint Civil War Chess Set

      Private Daniel Hough awoke the morning of April 12th, 1861, to the batteries of confederate artillery.    For 33 hours the newly formed confederate army bombarded the Union’s Fort Sumter with mortars.  Realizing the situation was hopeless, t... | Read More