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testing diagrams again

testing diagrams again

DeepGreene
| Jun 22, 2020

Here is a diagram where I set Focus but not Begin... Note that the game shows move 10 when the page is loaded, but if you hit the Rewind button, you go all the way back to the beginning of the game (because there is no Start point configured). ...

Dinosaur Chess: Great Fun for Young Learners

Dinosaur Chess: Great Fun for Young Learners

DeepGreene
| Apr 22, 2012

So I gambled $2 on an iPad app to help teach my 6-year-old chess, & I must say that I'm very happy with it! Dinosaur Chess seems aimed at kids around 5-10. It does a great job covering the basics, and really keeps its young audience engag...

More chess openings on your iPhone

More chess openings on your iPhone

DeepGreene
| Apr 11, 2010

Hey all,A ways back, I posted (here) about Opening Pro, which was then the only iPhone chess app devoted to chess openings.  Last night, I noticed a new product in that category:  Chess Openings from Arizona Software.  Since it was only $0.99 (a t...

Closing in on Interactive Chess Books?

Closing in on Interactive Chess Books?

DeepGreene
| Jan 24, 2010

Let's face it:  as things stand now, it's hard to read Silman on the bus.  Or in bed for that matter.  (Every time my wife turns over, she makes a mosh pit of my analysis board.)  Sure, if I have a nice diagram to start from, I can follow the ...

Blogging Better Chess?:  Resolutions for 2010

Blogging Better Chess?: Resolutions for 2010

DeepGreene
| Nov 26, 2009

As '09 draws to a close and 2010 looms, there's a buzz in the air.  By "air," I'm really referring more specifically to the world of chess blogs, and by "buzz" I mean a renewed enthusiasm for sharing advice, ideas and personal experiences related ...

A Simple Defence Against Aimless Chess Training

A Simple Defence Against Aimless Chess Training

DeepGreene
| Nov 15, 2009

"All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given us." -- Gandalf, The Fellowship of the Ring. Self-directed students of chess face two common problems:  The first is finding enough "spare" time to set aside for training at all.  Th...

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