The Three K's
I would like to thank everyone who commented on my last blog post regarding whether or not I should buy MCO, 15th edition. Despite some loud cries that it is not at all useful, I still will probably buy it anyway. But I am currently trying to see if I can get a free alternative. Does anyone know of any chess books that can be read just for fun (an example is The Chess Mysteries of Sherlock Holmes)?
I just added another chess book to my collection, and am almost finished with my current revamping project. Oh, and my premium membership just ended on here. Perhaps I will renew it someday. Also, my 2 year anniversary on chess.com is coming up soon. And of course, I'm still pressuring the staff to listen to my great ideas.
If you haven't heard about it already, Kasparov has just beaten Karpov in a 12 game 9-3 in a rapid/blitz match. Here is a game played by Kasparov in which he sacrifices his queen for two minor pieces, with entertaining results.