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  • 6 Things You Should Always Do in Blitz

    Playing live online chess can be great fun, but sometimes you just want to play another person over the board. As we all know, playing over-the-board chess has its own set of rules and guidelines that must be followed in tournament play. Breac... | Read More

  • The Return of Readers’ Games, Part 1

    When I was doing readers’ games (and I’ll return to that at some point next year) I would heap praise on good moves or even interesting moves, and I wouldn’t hesitate to call a horrible move what it was... horrible. Some readers ... | Read More

  • Q&A with Coach Heisman May 24, 2013

    Right after the show tonight my wife and I ran out for the 3-D showing of Star Trek: Into Darkness. It was a good movie - we've come a long way in portraying science fiction on the big screen. Ironically I started watching Star Trek about the sam... | Read More

  • Surviving the Perfect Storm

    There are many openings where you fianchetto your Bishop (i.e. you develop your Bishop to g2 for White or to g7 for Black). There your Bishop is going to control the long diagonal and offer an extra protection for your King. But what is that? Your... | Read More

  • Classical Games Everybody Should Know, Part 7

    I am frequently asked if the classical games played by great champions should be memorized. In my opinion it is not necessary. But what you should do for sure is to understand and memorize the key ideas of those games.  If you learn typical p... | Read More


    • Chess Zombie

      Repost of a previous blog (Chess Zombie) from Sunday, June 10th, 2007: Layne Flack, Kurt Russell, Nick Nolte ... and me Above: Layne, Kurt, Nick, and me I was googling myself the other day when I came across a reference to myself in a discus... | Read More

      • sunloong
      • | Jan 21, 2016
      • | 202 views
      • | 0 comments
    • Absolutely No Negativity Tolerated!

      Playing chess on Chess.com and Accepting or Declining offers of Rematches or Friendships are all perfect examples of opportunities to exercise Our God-Given Right of Free Will.   Perhaps You are Narcissists or Crazy People You who post negativ... | Read More

    • I Finally Figured Out the Chess.com Books and Equipment Sub-forum

      I posted this in the forums and am duplicating it here on my way out the door.   I've always been slightly puzzled by this sub-forum.  Being somewhat interested in chess equipment, boards, sets, etc., I've long been interested.  I'd click on ... | Read More

    • Explanations

      OK, I have massive amounts of explaining to do about my accounts. Welp, here goes...   So in March 2015, I opened this account, but I didn't post in the forums or anything. I just chilled and played chess. Then on August 2015, I decided to post... | Read More

    • Abel posts and then he goes.

      Hello guys! Abel has posted on my wall, then closed his account.  How boring. That's #AbelSaju1Style. Here's what he said: Yes im back, but I dont want o go I like it here. Why do you keep trying to close my accounts?? leave me alone. Stp b... | Read More


  • July 2011 FIDE Rating List

    Magnus Carlsen has regained the #1 position at the top of the official FIDE world chess rankings. Carlsen gained six rating points during the Bazna Kings tournament, pushing world champion Vishy Anand back down to #2. Carlsen tweeted that he was,... | Read More

  • Computer Workout 2.0

    Today I'd like to unveil what will be an extremely valuable training tool for those who choose to make use of it: Computer Workout. What? You've seen it before? Tried it before? No way! This is a 90% "completely" new Computer Workout, redesigned ... | Read More

  • Big Release of Features, Bug Fixes, and Upgrades

    We've been cranking away on cool new features, bug fixes, and improvements for the last several weeks and we are adding them all to the site today! Most of the improvements have come from YOUR suggestions and YOUR bug reports! Below is a list ... | Read More

    • erik
    • | Mar 13, 2008
    • | 4053 reads
    • | Misc
  • Chessmaster for Nintendo DS

    For the past year I have been searching for a good handheld portable chess computer, but after ordering some less expensive versions with highly pixelated LCD screens I have been disappointed until Chessmaster for the Nintendo DS was released. I&#... | Read More