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    The 7 Most Amazing Chess Records

    NM SamCopeland Dec 8, 2017, 6:32 PM

    Records inspire us all to strive for greatness. The long legacy of chess has birthed some records which have stood for decades, and some that may well stand for centuries. Here are seven of the most amazing chess...

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    The Dean of American Chess

    batgirl Nov 28, 2017, 10:00 PM

       The expression "Dean of American Chess"  officially refers to specific individuals whose contribution to American Chess deserves special recognition and, as such, the title is considered the...

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    Can You Beat Magnus Carlsen?

    GM Gserper Nov 25, 2017, 2:28 PM

    The Wall Street Journal is not the publication you want to read looking for a good laugh, unless you find such terms like GDP, P/E ratio or volatility index particularly funny. Yet, I couldn't stop smiling reading...

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    Blitz Arena, un sabato mattina

    ilGreco Dec 9, 2017, 9:33 AM

    Questa mattina ho giocato il mio primo torneo Blitz Arena a 5 minuti, un formato di torneo in cui si devono giocare quante partite possibili in due ore, facendo punti per ogni vittoria e pareggio. È andata meglio...

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    Komodo v Houdini TCEC Superfinal Game 77

    Clavius Dec 4, 2017, 3:24 PM

    The TCEC Superfinal between two 3200+ rated engines Komodo and Houdini is scheduled for 100 games.  82 are complete with 13 wins for Houdini and 7 for Komodo.  Only 3 of the 20 decisive games were wins for Black....

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    The Anderssen - Suhle 'Match'. July 1864.

    simaginfan Nov 30, 2017, 11:39 AM

    The above photo is  from Barmen 1869, with Anderssen 3rd from left. ( Zuckertort is far right.) O.K., it has been a a difficult few days, but finally I have time to post something mentioned here:- https://www.chess.com/blog/simaginfan/a-book-to-look-out-for I...

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