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  • Carlsen-Grischuk Speed Chess Semifinal, By The Numbers's Thumbnail

    Carlsen-Grischuk Speed Chess Semifinal, By The Numbers

    FM MikeKlein Nov 20, 2017, 10:17 AM

    GM Magnus Carlsen has been beating anything with a heartbeat in November. First he won by the largest margin in the Champions Showdown with a day to spare, then he scored the most game points ever in a Speed Chess...

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    Why Study Chess?

    GM Gserper Nov 4, 2017, 11:18 PM

    Recently a chess player asked me a simple question: "I have no chess talent, so should I spend my time on reading chess books and studying chess games?" I am sure that at some point (usually after a disappointing...

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    The Strongest Chess Librarian In The World

    GM Gserper Oct 15, 2017, 1:40 AM

    Unless you live under a rock, you know that the 65-year-old librarian James Tarjan beat the former world champion Vladimir Kramnik in the recently concluded Chess.com Isle of Man tournament. Of course Grandmaster...

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    Q & A With Coach Heisman: Complete Show From 2-6-15

    ChessTV May 18, 2015, 4:35 AM

    Q & A with Coach Heisman where you are the star and ask the questions. Dan discusses Super Tournaments, Great Kasparov Games and much more! Tune into NM Dan fielding chess.com member's questions in this monthly...

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  • Milan Vidmar. Some Games and Writings.'s Thumbnail

    Milan Vidmar. Some Games and Writings.

    simaginfan Nov 5, 2017, 1:45 AM

    Morning Everyone! On a small post a couple of weeks ago, I was asked why I like Vidmar so much.My answer was:- Firstly, he was an amateur at the time when chess was becoming truly professional as we would understand...

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    Garry Kasparov vs Deep Blue: chess match lost to technology

    Aarao Nov 4, 2017, 4:29 PM

    Twenty years ago Garry Kasparov lost a six-game chess match to an IBM computer called Deep Blue. It was a memorable moment, as much for the Russian grandmaster’s hysteria in defeat as for being an apparent milestone...

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    Greatest chess players EVER

    slobodan007 Oct 31, 2017, 3:19 PM

    #10 Whiliem Stienitz is positional player.He isn't play 'all cards' on attack,he put king on safe place and slowly win.   #9 Adolf Andersen is a 'full' attacker.He is lose by Sitenitz in macth, but I think, Andersen...

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