Big Change Coming: Forwarding to

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A huge change is coming to ChessVibes: on Friday, June 27th we will start forwarding all news articles to's news pages. This also means that readers won't be able to leave comments anymore on ChessVibes.

On October 3rd, 2013 we announced the big news that had acquired ChessVibes. It was the start of a great combination, with our news reporting added to's platform & community.

However, since then many times I was asked: "What will happen to ChessVibes?" In our original press release we wrote: " will continue to exist for several months while its archive of content is transferred to" But that was almost nine months ago.

And, indeed, what would be the best future for ChessVibes? Should it be merged totally with, or should it continue to exist? And in what form?

We have now decided to go for a compromise: we'll keep ChessVibes up, but clicking on the news articles will lead you to's version of the article. So, for example, if you are on the ChessVibes homepage, and you click on “Three-day Tour Carlsen (& Aronian) Through Armenia”, you will end up here. (Note that old articles will stay online here; only articles published after June 27th will link to

That's not a big deal actually: the content will be exactly the same, only the location is different. The site design is different, and perhaps less attractive to some of our readers, but in fact very soon's design will be significantly changed, and yes, it will look more like ChessVibes actually!

The biggest change will be the comments section - since you'll be reading the news on, there is no way anymore to leave a comment here on ChessVibes. Obviously we gladly invite you to create a free account on, where you can pick your own username, so you can still remain more or less anonymous and join the discussion under the articles there.

I hope that everyone here who has always contributed in a positive way to the debate, will join me at We're in this together. ;-)

All the best,

Peter Doggers

We'll start forwarding you to from Friday, June 27th, 2014. Again, to leave comment (or to play chess!) on you only need to create a FREE account once.


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