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  • Carlsen-Karjakin, Tiebreaks: Magnus still the champ

    Magnus Carlsen has won the World Chess Championship for a third time after unleashing a glorious queen sacrifice on the final move of the match. That meant the birthday boy had won the tiebreaks 3:1, after also...

  • (Anlaysis)Carlsen-Karjakin Game-5: Carlsen “screwed up”

    The fifth game of the World Chess Championship ended in a draw, but this time things were little different. It was the challenger Karjakin who missed his chance to press the game for the first time. The players...

  • Two in a Row

    Over the weekend before this game, I got mega-addicted to the new Magnus Trainer app - some really creatively arcade style training games (sort of like those Chess Maze books) and I swear they are helping with vision!...

  • Blindfold Chess

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    • Nov 21, 2016, 2:43 PM

    Listen to IM John Watson’s April 2010 Internet Chess Club Interview with Eliot Hearst. During the 18th century, when Philidor played two blindfold games of chess simultaneously, eyewitnesses were asked to swear...

  • Attacking an Under-defended Kingside

    I was taking a break from work, logged onto Chess.com and clicked on the Learn tab under which there are Drills.  In the Drills is one called Attacking and in that is a drill called Squeezing the Tarrasch (not far...

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