Chess.com Blogs Of The Month: March 2018
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Chess.com Blogs Of The Month: March 2018

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Apr 24, 2018, 5:55 PM |
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Hello chess fans,

We're not going to lie...we haven't been as attentive to our best bloggers as we should have been. We have so many great members contributing to the Chess.com community through their blogs. And we need to show them some love! 

We're starting a monthly feature where we highlight some of the best blogs the authors on Chess.com. This list is by no means exhaustive...we'll be getting to the other great ones in the coming months!

Here is our highlight reel for March 2018 (sorry for the delay! April's edition will be published in the first week of May):

OUTRAYCHESS: Creative and original, this hilarious blog shows us how chess used to be played. Watch as our old friend Greco goes in for the attack.

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Alexey Spectre: Always ready with some cool statistics, Spektrowski delivers once again. He gets two entries because the first one is short and sweet.

Daniel Guel: If I could list all of his blogs, I would. From a subsequent post, he says he may be discontinuing this series because his opponents are also his followers!

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GM Max Illingworth: This one isn't for beginners but if you're looking to learn more about the Sveshnikov Sicilian, you came to the right place.

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CM Junior Tay: Chess has been growing in Singapore recently and Junior Tay has the scoop. A top Singapore chess league is about to start its season. Should the winners apply to the PCL next year?

Simaginfan: Brought to our attention by special request of the Chess.com user batgirl, Simaginfan really delivers the goods. The chess nerd inside me just loves the old pictures of chess masters.

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GM Simon Williams: Long story short, we're all going to Bunratty next year. Our very own Peter Doggers joins the Ginger GM, Simon Williams, for some weekend fun in Ireland. Oh, and they also played chess.

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I hope you all enjoyed these blogs as much as I did. Let us know which ones you liked the most. Better yet, let the authors know!