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  • 5 Chess Game Fails

    I have put together a list of some mistakes that people make playing chess. If you have any more suggestions, please comment on my profile or at the bottom of this page, and I will post some more. Enjoy!       Attempted Discovered Check   ... | Read More

  • SCL game: an instructive loss.

    So my winning streak had finally come to end.  It was a good instructive game for me to learn from. =) Credit to my opponent, he played well and didn't really give me many chances to take back the game.  enjoy the analysis.)  | Read More

  • The Polgar Method

    GM Susan Polgar has had phenomenal success at chess training, both as a former prodigy and as the award-winning coach of SPICE.  The proof of her method’s effectiveness can be seen in the records she set (including former Women’s World Champi... | Read More

  • Stuff I Plan to Work On

    I've long prided myself on avoiding reliance on fancy preparation and just playing chess, but there is no rational reason to being ignorant in any field of study, so clearly chess shouldn't be any different. Anyway, Tuesday's shocking loss will p... | Read More

  • Winston Churchill And Fate

    by HJS You can see the hand of God guiding, protecting and preserving, long before the world ever takes note of some individuals. Such was the situation described in Robert Lewis Taylor's book on Winston Churchill. At twenty-three, Churchill was ... | Read More

    • JD-ex
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • 7/28/16 (Day -1)

    It's almost here. Of course, I've already said that. But still. Well, I just put myself on 'vacation' here on Chess.com. I've been doing my study method a lot. And I have a headache. This concludes the negativity portion of this post. Last night... | Read More

  • trying a new blog

    here is something new | Read More

    • Tanners55
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • I Prefer

    The old gme had a more visable board. | Read More

  • suddently

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    • tliju
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • Sam vs Nathan

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    • npena
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • The rar attack: July Tornado Rounds 3

    Attacking is really fun in chess. But even more special than a normal attack is a rar attack. It involves not only attacking, but saying "Rar" as well, adding intimidation and a pyschological element to the game. That's how my 3rd round game again... | Read More

  • LIVE "BATTLE against masters on chess.com 28-07-16" — ShahMatKanal

      Соперники от 2300. Контроль: 3+0. Прямая трансляция проходила на Twitch: http://twitch.tv/shahmatkanal | Read More

  • Impossible idea for checkmate

    A game in 960 Chess, pls, find a crazy idea for checkmate :) | Read More

  • First

    Hi,   I've been on chess.com maybe about 2 weeks now, which was interesting. I really like the idea of getting better at chess again, since I haven't really played since high school. (which is like 15 years ago now) For the most part I see ch... | Read More

  • Love Stories from Bombay #2

    https://www.facebook.com/humansofbombay/posts/503167639892218:0     "We were engaged for two years before marriage, but because I was from Kanpur and he was from Bombay we couldn't meet as often. My maternal grandparents lived in Bombay, so... | Read More

  • French Defence Advance Variation 6. a3

    How does black handle white after he plays 6. a3 at the French Defence: Advance Variation??? Take a look at my video! | Read More

    • mazmik25
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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    • | 2 comments
  • Sasa test

    dadasdasdasd | Read More

    • umpirsky
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • قایق‌تان را به کدام ساحل بسته‌اید؟

    نیمه شبی چند دوست به قایق‌سواری رفتند و مدت زیادی پارو زدند. سپیده که زد گفتند: «چقدر رفته‌ایم؟ تمام شب را پارو زده‌ایم!» اما دیدند درس... | Read More

  • Game of the day Rd 3

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BuWr1O4vwZA&feature=youtu.be | Read More

  • Peter's Principles

    I recently tracked down a transcript of a lecture my father gave at the Vancouver chess club in 1979. Below is an abridged transcript of the games he Annotated, and some entertaining parts of the lecture. All notes are by Peter Biyiasas, unless o... | Read More

    • TABiyiasas
    • | Jul 28, 2016
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  • A warm up to my slowchessleague game tonight.

    Thought I just warm up one game before my SCL game tonight with a good result!  Enjoy | Read More

  • Chess Psychology

    Today I continue to write about my daily experiences in the 21 days to Supercharge your chess course.  You can read about the past days: Day 1 Day 2 Day 3 Day 4 Day 5 Day 6 Day 7  My goals:  1. I want to study chess in an organ... | Read More

  • How to really improve at chess (no gimmicks, no lying, just the cold hard truth)

    I've been meaning to write this for a while but kept putting it off. Now that I have ten minutes of free time, I will finally take the time to write it! As a self-trained player I have come to realize that there are so many educational... | Read More

    • NM linlaoda
    • | Jul 27, 2016
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  • Scandinavian Defense Part 2

    Part 2 of the 1000-1500 Scandinavian Defense Tournament, and the games keep having interesting motives. In these two games we will look at the difference between a draw and a win, as well as opening mistakes and not giving up when down material. W... | Read More

    • BobBishoen
    • | Jul 27, 2016
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  • Why did I choose the London System?

    That's a good question.  Why did I choose the London System?  Simple. It's because I heard that my opponent favored this opening.  Now, you might be asking, "Why would you want to play an opening that your opponent is very familiar with?"That's... | Read More