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  • Having the Guts to Lose

    Hey chess.com,    It's confession time... There is a Peoria IL Chess Club that gets together every Monday night to battle it out. The painful reality is that I have lost every time that I have gone and played someone...

  • Chess: An ancient game that goes back to India

    • Aarao
    • Nov 10, 2016, 3:03 PM

    The ancestor of the game of chess is believed to date back to India in the sixth century.However, in the ancient Orient, from China to Egypt, several similar games representing a combat between pawns on a kind of...

  • Square Off. The next big thing in the world of chess.

    Lack of time, busy schedules and distances has robbed us off the luxury of playing on a real, classic board. But, that’s about to change in a big way. Playing chess on a screen is passé. It’s time to get back to...

  • Where the US Stacks Up in Chess Expertise Internationally

    After we saw how chess expertise was distributed in the US, let's take a look at how things stack up internationally (the numbers include all players over the 2200 FIDE rating, including IMs and GMs).   Rank Country             Pop...

  • Column Plan Chess to IM Juan Röhl

    United States and China shine in Baku The powerful US team triumphed in the Olympic Games held in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan. The American team consisted of GMs Fabiano Caruana, Hikaru Nakamura, Wesley So, Samuel...

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  • Wang Yue Wins Chinese Championship

    Top seed Wang Yue was a convincing winner of the 2013 Chinese Individual Chess Championships with a score of 7½/11. He secured first place with a round to spare, and the winning margin was an impressive 1½ points...

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