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  • A List of My Previous Articles

    For those of you who are new to chess.com or for those of you who have enjoyed any of my articles in the past, I decided to post a list of links to all of my previous articles.  There have been 19 to date, this...

  • The Basics for Beginners

      Welcome to Chess.com! Here you can read articles to improve your chess skill, learn from other chess players, and best of all, play chess with people from all over the world. The best thing about all this...

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  • How to Improve at Chess | Introduction | SnatchPato

    Hi guys, This video is the introduction for a series of educational videos I'll be making called How to Improve at Chess. The series will include a video for each rating bracket outlining what players in that bracket...

  • #57 Phi Kappa Blanca LVIII

    << #56 Phi Kappa Blanca LVII -- #58 1994 LPO >> Tournament #57, Phi Kappa Blanca 4/9/94NCSU Student Union, Raleigh, NCTD: Robert SingletarySection: U1800Time Control: 40/90, G/30<Crosstable> On...

  • Simple, Clean Chess in Philly

    Crossposted at Chess^Summit, the official sponsor of the Pittsburgh Pawngrabbers.   It's not foolproof, but seeing what one can achieve in chess just by playing natural moves is always fascinating. Sometimes, the...

  • My favorite GM win: Washington Junior Open Round 4

    Notice that in the context of this article that "GM" stands for Garbage Master. After all, everyone is Garbage before they become Grand, if they ever become Grand at all! Also, I wished to put a photo I took of...

  • Beating the lower rated players at the Washington Junior Open Rounds 1-3

    Picture is of the talented Brandon Jiang, a 1400 (1487 to be exact). Joseph Truelson played him in the first round of this tournament. Also, Joseph Levine is amazed to be in the photo and as a result is making sure...

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  • Also In The News, August 2015

    Sure, we're midway into September, but it's not too late to look back on all the news we missed in August. Blame the Sinquefield Cup, the ongoing World Cup, and all the events in between. August had many events...

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