Blindfold Chess

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Improve your visualization skills and your chess in general with some blindfold chess! Here's a good blog about the benefits of blindfold chess: http://improveyourchessornot.blogspot.ca/2013/04/the-black-art-of-calculation-blindfold.html To play Blindfold on chess.com: 1. go to live chess 2. in the top right corner click on "settings" 3. click on the "pieces style" tab 4. select "blindfold" You're ready to challenge somebody to a blindfold game!

  • Morphy (at New Orleans) = 8 games, 1858
  • Zukertort (London) = 16 games, 1876
  • Pillsbury (Moscow) = 22 games, 1901
  • Reti (Haarlem) = 24 games, 1919
  • Breyer (Kaschau) = 25 games, 1921
  • Alekhine (New York) = 26 games, 1925
  • Alekhine (Paris) = 28 games, 1925
  • Alekhine (Chicago) = 32 games, 1934
  • Reti (Sao Paulo) = 29 games, 1925
  • Koltanowski (Antwerp) = 30 games, 1931
  • Koltanowski (Edinburgh) = 34 games, 1937
  • Najdorf (Argentina) Claimed not accepted = 40 games, 1939
  • Najdorf (Sao Paulo) = 45 games, 1947
  • Marc Lang (Germany) = 46 games, 2011
  • Timur Gareyev (Las Vegas) = 48 games, 2016
  • Play blindfold now . .  https://www.chess.com/variants/blindfold