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  • ENDGAME
    Online Mar 9, 2008

    Andreas P | Florida, United States

    Joined: Feb 4, 2008

  • Juan_Endgame
    Online Jan 16, 2012

    Juan Endgame | London, England

    Joined: Oct 31, 2008

  • jimsta26
    Online Mar 30, 2009

    jimsta26 endgame | St.leonard,M.D., United States

    Joined: Mar 30, 2009

  • BetterEndgame
    Online May 24, 2009

    Better Endgame | United States

    Joined: May 23, 2009

  • uandersson2000
    Online 10 days ago

    Endgame Master | Poland

    Joined: Apr 12, 2016

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Articles


  • How To Understand Chess Openings

    • IM Silman
    • Jan 18, 2017, 10:05 PM

    The Chess.com member alaskan asked:  “I would like to focus more on understanding rather than on lines, but almost all the opening books I can find focus on lines rather than on general ideas, so where...

  • Do Not Misuse Your Chess Computer!

    My favorite episode from The Prince And The Pauper happens towards the end of the story: "Speak up, good lad, and fear nothing," said the king. "How used you the Great Seal of England?" Tom stammered a moment,...

  • The Curse Of Undefended Pieces

    • IM Silman
    • Jan 11, 2017, 6:20 PM

    Over the years, I’ve looked at tons of games played by low-rated Chess.com members (games by low-rated players are often extremely instructive). In many instances I see undefended pieces on both sides. And,...

  • Carlsen's Unlucky Endgame

    In the age of endgame tablebases and engines rated 3300+, it is difficult to imagine a relatively basic endgame that even grandmasters have difficulties to play and evaluate. The endgame "two bishops...

  • 7 New Year's Chess Resolutions

    Statistically, just eight percent of people achieve their New Year's resolutions. That doesn't seem so great, but if we all resolve to become grandmasters, maybe eight percent of us can make it.  More...

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Blogs


  • 2017 WI Northeastern Open

    This past weekend I had the pleasure of playing in the 2017 Northeastern Open. I've attended this tournament every year for the last five years, and have always enjoyed it. I didn't score quite as well as I have...

  • My most popular blogs

    You might be wondering what the point of this blog is.Well, part of the reason is so that you'll find out the best of my blogs, and the other part of the reason is that they get more views.   Blogs > 1500 views     ...

  • Thoughts on Training Calculation

    For me, calculation is one of the most satisfying aspects in chess. There is no better feeling than calculating lines correctly, executing sound sacrifices or winning an endgame in a precise manner. Calculation...

  • Book based course to take you to 2000 strength in slow chess

    INTRODUCTION I was recently asked by an intermediate player how to set about improving to 2000 strength and wrote a detailed reply.  As it might be useful to other players I am posting it (lightly edited) here....

  • PRO Chess League week 2 predictions

    It has come to my attention that the PRO Chess League has inexplicably asked so-called "pundits" to predict the results of the matches, without consulting the total joke of a human being himself (credit to these...

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News


  • Carlsen Misses Mate In 3 vs Giri

    Today Magnus Carlsen missed a checkmate versus Anish Giri, and with it, a great opportunity to move to "plus three." Wesley So drew his game as well and continues to lead the masters section. It's quite...

  • MVL, Nakamura Falter In Thrilling PRO Chess Rivalry Week

    Rivalry week in the Professional Rapid Online (PRO) Chess League was packed with thrilling and competitive crosstown and cross-country matches whose results often hung on a single game, or even a single blunder...

  • Rapport Spoils Brilliancy, Loses To So

    Richard Rapport was on his way to scoring a great win versus Wesley So, but then he blundered away the game. In round three of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament, Sergey Karjakin and Wei Yi...

  • Inspired By Karjakin, Carlsen Gets 1st Tata Steel Win

    Copying Sergey Karjakin's remarkable 6.a3 in the Najdorf, Magnus Carlsen scored a good win today versus Radoslaw Wojtaszek in round two of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament. Pentala Harikrishna won...

  • Eljanov Starts With Sole Lead In Tata Steel

    Pavel Eljanov was the sole winner in the masters section of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament as he downed the always creative Richard Rapport with the white pieces after an exchange sacrifice gave him smooth...

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