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  • Capt. Bertin's Gambit

         The Cunningham Defense in the King's Gambit Accepted begins 1. e4 e5 2. f4 exf4 3. Nf3 Be7.  White moves the Bishop to give his King a place to go with 4. Bc4.  If Black continues with the threatened 4... Bh4+ ... | Read More

  • How Do You Make A Chess Comeback?

    Don’t call it a comeback; I’ve been here for years.        In October I played in Millionaire Chess, my first international tournament in nearly two years.  It wasn’t a triumphant return lik... | Read More

  • Hollywood Herman

    Herman Steiner's immense love for the game spread a spark which brought chess to life in California. he made chess alive for thousands of school children; he created a woman's field for chess in ti part of the country.Hollywood Herman Steiner Pho... | Read More

  • A Legendary Chess Zen Master Has Died

    When I was just turning 19, I would go with a friend to Berkeley and visit the Hare Krishna temple. Were we into them? No, not at all. But every evening they offered free (very tasty!) food, and when you are broke and starving, you are willing t... | Read More

  • The Player I'd Most Like to Have Met

         Throughout the history of the game, chess has produced innumerable fascinating personalities.  Some were stars, others played supporting roles.  Many of them, at least from the hazy vantage point of my clouded ... | Read More


    • Naka,Vishy and Alexei!

      Nakamura won the opening blitz in Zurich.He was off to a flier with 3/3 and a draw in the next round meant almost the tournament.That's what he exactly did although Shirov had a lucky escape.Naka displayed exactly why he is one of the best blitz p... | Read More

    • I just earned the National Master title. Here's how.

      (Note: If you want to avoid some random anecdotes and just want to get to the things I think may benefit players embarking on similar quests, just skip to the bold stuff below.) I've been working on this one for a while, and it's nice to finally h... | Read More

      • eltenedor
      • | Feb 11, 2016
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    • Greville vs Harrwitz, never a dull moment in the Giuoco Piano

      To my opinion too many chess players nag about restrained opening play. Nonsense! There is nothing wrong natural healthy moves. The complications will come sooner or later. One important reason: at our level we make many mistakes. The next game c... | Read More

    • Using the typical Sicilian exchange sacrifice

      Typical exchange sacrifices in the Sicilian are not so difficult to learn, and can be great fun! Usually 1 pawn for the exchange is good, plus having some active play. More pawns is often better. But of course it all depends on what is on the che... | Read More

      • achja
      • | Feb 5, 2016
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    • Underestimating Your Position: The Greater of Sins

      Following my loss on the White side of a King's Indian Defence, I annotated my game in the following post.   https://www.chess.com/blog/blohmoremoney/improving-defence   This game highlighted to me the need to improve my defence. I wasn't ha... | Read More


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  • Soltis, Andrew

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    Andrew (andy) Solits is an American grandmaster.  In 1979, Soltis began writing a monthly column called “Chess to Enjoy” for Chess Life magazine.  It is the longest running column in that magazine.  In 1980, Soltis was awarded the G... Read More »

  • Queens Pawn Game

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    In the most general sense the term Queen's Pawn Game can refer to any chess opening which starts with the move 1.d4. It is the second most popular opening move after 1.e4. The name is usually used to describe openings beginning with 1.d4 wher... Read More »

  • Colle

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    the Colle normally: Defeated: Colle Zukertort: There are too much other things in colle so i will now do london system: conclusion: I hope you learn! Read More »

  • Vera Menchik Club

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    Players who lost to Vera Menchik.  Before the start of the Carlsbad International Tournament in 1929, Albert Becker said if man should lose to this woman, he would be a member of the Vera Menchik Club.  His was the first member.  Ot... Read More »