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  • Blunder008
    Online 3 days ago

    Blunder Blunder | Croatia

    Joined: Jul 19, 2012

  • blunderboy
    Online Jan 18, 2009

    blunder boy | Bahamas

    Joined: Oct 25, 2008

  • Blunders
    Online Mar 28, 2010

    Blunder S. | Turkmenistan

    Joined: Apr 27, 2009

  • tony_blunder
    Online Jul 10, 2009

    tony blunder | atomic city, Japan

    Joined: Jun 4, 2009

  • SuperBlunder
    Online Oct 27, 2016

    Super Blunder | Blunderville, United States

    Joined: Jun 26, 2009

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  • Do Not Misuse Your Chess Computer!

    My favorite episode from The Prince And The Pauper happens towards the end of the story: "Speak up, good lad, and fear nothing," said the king. "How used you the Great Seal of England?" Tom stammered a moment,...

  • Who Was The Best World Chess Champion In History?

    What if we had a time machine? What if we could bring all the greatest chess players in history together, removing any advantages of opening theory or other evolved knowledge of our game for a super-tournament? What...

  • Chess And Political Correctness

    The world has gone crazy! Did I just say it aloud? I am sorry; I used to better control what I say. In fact it was something you would learn from your early childhood in the former Soviet Union. As the...

  • Why You Lose To Weaker Players

    • IM Silman
    • Dec 21, 2016, 3:41 PM

    Asmara the Cat wrote: I have a problem and I hope you can help me. My problem is that I don’t know how to defeat bad players (well, I’m not so good, but players who play worse than me). In real life,...

  • Pattern Recognition—Fact Or Fiction?

    Chess players, chess authors and chess psychologists attempt to teach and explain chess playing with the concept of "pattern recognition": Pattern recognition is one of the most important mechanisms of chess...

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  • PRO Chess League: Week 2 Recap - San Jose Hackers Win Battle of the Bay!

    On Wednesday night the San Jose Hackers (2-0) defeated the San Francisco Mechanics (1-1) in the 'Battle of the Bay', as the PRO Chess League made Week 2 its unofficial 'Rivalry' week. The final score was 10-6 in...

  • 2017 WI Northeastern Open

    This past weekend I had the pleasure of playing in the 2017 Northeastern Open. I've attended this tournament every year for the last five years, and have always enjoyed it. I didn't score quite as well as I have...

  • Chess is a very unfair sport: My thoughts about it

    • Poryg
    • Jan 20, 2017, 10:53 AM

    In the beginnings of chess this didn't use to be a problem. But as humanity advances and as it has finally hit 20th and 21th century, it has finally reached the point where different moral philosophies are created. Feminism,...

  • SCL championships round 3.

    What an elementary mistake, allowing a discovered attack with check and losing my queen in the process.   Chess is tough. You play  18 good moves, 1 inaccuracy and then 1 careless blunder and its curtains.  I need...

  • Ivanchuk: A Genius of Imaginative, Exciting Chess!

    In a recent interview during a game commentary, GM Boris Gelfand spoke about "destiny" as one of the factors determining if a chess player is successful or not in gaining the World Championship Title. Among the...

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  • So Grabs Tata Lead; Carlsen Plays Football

    Wesley So is the new leader of the Tata Steel chess tournament masters group. Today he defeated Pentala Harikrishna and took over pole position from Pavel Eljanov, who lost to Levon Aronian. The...

  • MVL, Nakamura Falter In Thrilling PRO Chess Rivalry Week

    Rivalry week in the Professional Rapid Online (PRO) Chess League was packed with thrilling and competitive crosstown and cross-country matches whose results often hung on a single game, or even a single blunder...

  • Rapport Spoils Brilliancy, Loses To So

    Richard Rapport was on his way to scoring a great win versus Wesley So, but then he blundered away the game. In round three of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament, Sergey Karjakin and Wei Yi...

  • Chess In The White House And Kasparov Wins Again

    In 1984, GM Garry Kasparov endured a five-month match with GM Anatoly Karpov, but his latest battle ended after nine years. Unlike in that clash, this time there was a decision. Also this month, we take a...

  • Karjakin Wins World Blitz Championship

    Today Sergey Karjakin won the World Blitz Championship in Doha, Qatar. The Russian grandmaster edged out Magnus Carlsen on tiebreaks after both finished on 16.5/21. Anna Muzychuk scored a double victory...

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