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    The Forums

    batgirl Aug 16, 2017, 11:13 AM

         When I first came to chess.com, it was to avail myself of its wonderful blogging tools and its chess-centric community.  After 6 years of blogging, I chose to devote my time instead...

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    Emanuel Lasker's Greatest Hits

    IM Silman Aug 10, 2017, 3:11 AM

    Everyone has a favorite chess player. People like players that are still alive, like Magnus Carlsen, Garry Kasparov, etc. Or players that are no longer with us, like Bobby Fischer and Mikhail Tal or, going way back,...

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    How To Study Master Chess Games

    GM Gserper May 6, 2017, 3:53 AM

    Most chess players like to study games by masters and grandmasters. Indeed, many of these games are real works of art and you can enjoy them immensely. Of course, you can also learn from such games. I still...

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    Kasparov's Ultimate Ending?

    FM MikeKlein Aug 19, 2017, 9:23 PM

    Septuagenarian Rex Sinquefield, one of the biggest St. Louis Cardinals fans, has seen many of his favorite team's 11 World Series Game Sevens. Today he got to play one of his own. With the "Ultimate Moves" team...

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    A Despedida Final de Kasparov?

    FM MikeKlein Aug 19, 2017, 9:23 PM

    O septuagenário Rex Sinquefield, um dos maiores fãs do St. Louis Cardinals (equipa de baseball), tem visto muitas das decisivas partidas sete das 11 'World Series' (Copa de Baseball...

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    Kasparovs ultimatives Ende?

    FM MikeKlein Aug 19, 2017, 9:23 PM

    Der siebzigjährige Rex Sinquefield, einer der größten Fans der St. Louis Cardinals (Baseball), hat schon einige Endspiele seiner Lieblingsmannschaft, der erst im siebten Spiel entschieden wurden,...

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    Las mejores jugadas de Paul Morphy

    FM LuisFSiles Jul 20, 2017, 12:32 AM

    El genio americano fue sin duda un adelantado a su época. Nadie como él para explotar las ventajas de desarrollo, espacio o iniciativa. Aprende de sus mejores momentos y déjate sorprender por sus brillantes combinaciones.

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    Carlsen Disagrees With Morphy

    GM Gserper Jun 30, 2015, 8:57 AM

    GM Gregory Serper kicks off his first-ever Chess.com video lesson with an analysis of a Paul Morphy game. GM Serper uses Morphy’s instructive and clear style of play to teach you timeless truths about chess...

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    Girl Overboard: Forcing Queen Sacs!

    FM MikeKlein Feb 9, 2015, 4:24 PM

    FM Mike Klein is back with seven more spectacular queen sacrifices for you to enjoy. You won’t believe the creative ways the queens were jettisoned to win these brilliant attacking games — but FM Klein explains...

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    Books to read.

    sergio0101 Oct 2, 2017, 12:02 PM

    So I want to improve and go over my books, but where should I start. Here are my list of booksREAD: How to Reassess your ChessAmateurs's MindMy SystemMost Instructive Games of Chess Ever PlayedPaul Morphy and the...

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    Going for a Title: Chapter 5 "Imagination is Required"

    dbschultz Sep 9, 2017, 9:15 PM

         These three words my coach said have become my mantra: "imagination is required." Indeed theory is the foundation of the game, but imagination and creativity get points and victory, particularly at higher levels...

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    Morphy and Me

    ArnieChipmunk Aug 20, 2017, 11:05 AM

    One of the very first chess books I bought was Morphy's Games of Chess (1957) by Philip W. Sergeant. This book (I was 14 years old when I read it) made a lasting impression on me - I've been fascinated by the...

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