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  • The Anatomy Of A Chess Brilliancy

    In round four of the recently-concluded 2015 Qatar Masters, I found myself across the board from a rather obscure individual known as Vladimir Kramnik (yes, I am being sarcastic). As the chief arbiter made the usual pre-game announcements, I recal... | Read More

  • Death Match Video Guide

    Following this video guide, you'll retrace the steps of the Chess.com's greatest blitz and bullet combatants (Nakamura, Caruana, So...) as they wage a battle of wills in an epic three hour Death Match! Share the woes of time trouble, mouse slips, ... | Read More

  • The Best Chess Of 2015

    As the calendar turns to 2016, it's time to look back at the best chess of the past year. The year 2015 was a big one for chess. With the creation of the Grand Chess Tour, the chess world had an exciting new super-tournament series to follo... | Read More

  • Titled Tuesday: What You Need To Know

    Titled Tuesday is Chess.com's flagship competitive event, and starting in October 2015, there will be double the fun with two tournaments on the first Tuesday of every month. Any verified titled player may participate for free, with the chance t... | Read More

  • Giving Up On Chess? -- The Zalakaros Open

    After six rounds of the Zalakaros Open in Hungary, I had four points -- which was not a bad score, since the average of my opponents' ratings was high. Earlier in the tournament, I was sure that it was time for me to give up chess, or at... | Read More


    • Naka,Vishy and Alexei!

      Nakamura won the opening blitz in Zurich.He was off to a flier with 3/3 and a draw in the next round meant almost the tournament.That's what he exactly did although Shirov had a lucky escape.Naka displayed exactly why he is one of the best blitz... | Read More

    • As January Ends...

      As January ends, let's take a look back at what happened this month. World Champion Magnus Carlsen won the Tata Steel Masters tournament, a full point ahead of Fabiano Caruana and Ding Liren. Wesley So, Anish Giri, and Pavel Eljanov shared 3rd pl... | Read More

    • A Better Berlin: Handling 5. d4

      Check out the original post here! In last Sunday’s video, I tried playing 1…e5 in response to the King’s Pawn opening. Without much theoretical knowledge of the Berlin, I quickly got bogged down in a worse position and on the clock. Though ... | Read More

    • My Draw to become 7th Grade NJ State Champion

      This is the game where I drew Abhinav Chinnambeti 1710 (Chinnambeti on Chess.com) to clinch first place. The final standings after the last round were as following: Vikas Rama 1575 (thevikasinator on Chess.com), Abhinav Chinnambeti 1710 (Chinnam... | Read More

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    • Four Medals in Greece: "This is real chess"

      GM Alejandro Ramirez writes about coaching the World Youth squad in Greece, highlighting the four players who came home with hardware. Group Photo of Team USA, sporting Two Sigma uniforms “I see so many players wearing the USA team uniform ... | Read More


Video Lessons



  • Gulko, Boris

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    Boris Gulko, born Feb 9, 1947 in Germany, is a Grandmaster (1976) and former Soviet champion (1977).  In 1974, he won the Moscow championship.   He tried to emigrate from the Soviet Union for over 7 years and was finally allowe... Read More »

  • Ault, Robin

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    Robin Ault (1941-1994) was the first person to win the U.S. Junior Championship three times (1959-1961).   In the 1959, the U.S. Chess Federation (USCF) had a rule that the American Junior Chess Champion was automatically qualified into ... Read More »

  • American Chess Congress

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    The first American Chess Congress, organized by Daniel Fiske and held in New York, was won by Paul Morphy in 1857. The top 16 American players were invited (Allison, Calthrop, Fiske, Fuller, Kennicott, Knott, Lichtenhein, Marache, Mead, Meek, Morp... Read More »