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  • 2017 Chess Calendar by Colin McGourty

    2017 is a chess year without a World Championship match or an Olympiad, but it’s set to be packed with events. We have the World Cup, the World and European Team Championships as well as two major competing series....

  • Who Is Mr. Dubov? An interview with Daniil Dubov

    I've already translated one interview by Daniil Dubov, but now that he'd finished third in the World Blitz Championship, I feel that the English-speaking chess community deserves to know more about this young Russian...

  • Chess, Go and Aesthetics

    I meant to write this a few months ago when I was exploring just how much aesthetics affect gaming and particularly chess. To look a lot further into the topic I thought that examining an entirely different game,...

  • Having the Guts to Lose

    Hey,    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...

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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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