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  • The Match Of The 21st Century

    GM Gserper Mar 25, 2017, 8:44 PM

    When chess players say "match of the century," usually they refer to the famous match between the USSR and the "rest of the world" that took place in Belgrade in 1970. In reality, many famous chess competitions...

  • Oddities In The Classic Bishop Sacrifice

    IM Silman Mar 23, 2017, 12:53 AM

    Every chess player knows about the classic bishop sacrifice. And everyone wants to smash that light-squared bishop into h7, drag the screaming-in-terror enemy king from its pawn cover, and execute it as its army...

  • The Most Foolish Opening Mistake

    GM Gserper Mar 19, 2017, 9:28 AM

    I bet that some of you, my dear readers, think that I am going to talk about "Fool's Mate" or "Scholar's Mate." Indeed, there is no way to get checkmated faster than Fool's Mate: And there is no more popular...

  • Anatoly Karpov's Best Game Prizes

    IM Silman Mar 15, 2017, 7:10 PM

    My last two articles were about the best game prizes for Mikhail Tal (who won the most prizes — 15) and Rashid Nezhmetdinov, who came in tied for 3rd and 4th with Anatoly Karpov (10 prizes; Garry...

  • Santasiere's Folly

    batgirl Mar 15, 2017, 11:49 AM

      Anthony Edward Santasiere - This name evokes images of the New York chess scene during the 1920, 30s and 40s:  Frank Marshall, Edward Lasker, Albert Pinkus, Fred Reinfeld, Sammy Reshevsky, Abe Kupchik,...

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  • 72-hour Banterthon is back! by chess24 staff

    sontu1296 Mar 27, 2017, 5:11 AM

    Jan Gustafsson, Loek van Wely and Lawrence Trent will play non-stop banter blitz for 72 hours from Monday to Thursday. Each star name will play in eight-hour shifts, so if you’ve ever wanted to play some blitz...

  • Two recent interesting GM games

    UseWithCare Mar 26, 2017, 10:53 PM

    Two recent GM games, rather wild and puzzling to my eyes in the opening part, maybe because of the intricacies of the English opening. As far as I gather, neither game is the main line of the particular variation.

  • Why chess kids put on a "poker face"

    Aarao Mar 26, 2017, 7:57 PM

    The 60 Minutes team discovers that Dr. B's chess lessons are about more than kings and queens. They're about winning graciously—and learning from losing   Jeff Bulington was new in town. He’d recently arrived from...

  • How To Begin Mastering Chess

    DineshMC Mar 26, 2017, 7:26 PM

    Chess is a highly competitive game played by millions of people around the world. The basics can be mastered in a matter of minutes. Advanced strategic concepts can take years to come to terms with and a lifetime...

  • Harry the h-pawn's friends

    LogansportHS Mar 26, 2017, 3:52 PM

    During the Pro Chess League Finals, many in the chat did not know or remember the names of Harry's friends. They are Andrew, Barry, Cedric, Dodgy Dave, Egbert, Freddie, and Gary, according to GM Simon Williams in...

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