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- Nov 27, 2016, 10:10 AM
Fame is a wayward mistress....some players are not written about enough, and therefore future generations might not know anything about them. Isaac Boleslavsky was a pioneer and a real chess giant of the 20th Century! ...
- Nov 5, 2016, 3:09 AM
I will dedicate this second blog post to the path it took to build my white pieces opening repertoire. A little background: i played 1.e4 (and very aggressively, i played the King's gambit and the open sicilian,...
- NM FLchessplayer
- Oct 24, 2016, 6:36 PM
In this blog, I will examine a few chess traps ... and what makes them work. OK? (Look for the free PDF book by Bill Wall! See the Google search link - above.) And be sure to visit my main web site, I have two...
- NM SamCopeland
- Oct 3, 2016, 7:56 PM
GM Judit Polgar may have retired from competitive chess, but that doesn't mean she has lost her love of the game. Polgar is still heavily involved in chess and this Saturday (October 8) she will host the Global...
- FM MikeKlein
- Jan 25, 2016, 6:33 AM
The metaphorical chess universe has been more geographically spread than the actual universe of late. With stories from Africa, Europe, Siberia, and the mainstream Olympics, here's our monthly look of chess mentions...
- Jan 18, 2016, 2:17 PM
He was worse, but the game turned around completely. Fabiano Caruana beat Michael Adams in round 3 of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament and is now in sole first place. The third round in Wijk aan Zee started...