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  • A Giant from the Past - Henry Edward Bird (part I)

    A few weeks ago, my first book – Henry Edward Bird: A Chess Biography with 1198 games – was released. During the eight years that I worked on the manuscript I didn’t talk much about this project...

  • Karjakin on his Candidates Tournament triumph

    Sergey Karjakin is Magnus Carlsen’s challenger for the World Championship title after winning the Moscow Candidates Tournament by a full point. Since then he’s been swept up in a whirl of media appearances, including...

  • Why Chess books sometimes do not flip the board for "whose to move"

    Have you ever noticed that sometimes in chess books, the board diagram always shows the board from the White side, no matter who is to move?   I noticed on the forums that many chess.com members showed a strong...

  • Baltimore Open, Part 1

    Four weeks after my best tournament performance ever, I played another tournament and again decided to play up a section, which this time meant under 2100. New challenge! I had not faced a 2000+ rated opponent in...

  • What's the point of the minority attack?

    An instructive moment from a recent game. What should white not play next? (Edit: the editor won't let me make paragraph breaks today for some reason. Sorry about that!) Why is it a mistake? We should go back...

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