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  • Chess is a very unfair sport: My thoughts about it

    • Poryg
    • Jan 20, 2017, 10:53 AM

    In the beginnings of chess this didn't use to be a problem. But as humanity advances and as it has finally hit 20th and 21th century, it has finally reached the point where different moral philosophies are created. Feminism,...

  • Book based course to take you to 2000 strength in slow chess

    INTRODUCTION I was recently asked by an intermediate player how to set about improving to 2000 strength and wrote a detailed reply.  As it might be useful to other players I am posting it (lightly edited) here....

  • Ivanchuk: A Genius of Imaginative, Exciting Chess!

    In a recent interview during a game commentary, GM Boris Gelfand spoke about "destiny" as one of the factors determining if a chess player is successful or not in gaining the World Championship Title. Among the...

  • Contre Attaque Maly56

    And this is the Maly56 counterattack, a very risky opening. I played a game against the computer on level 78/100. The goal of this opening is to put pressure on the pawn f2. It is characterised by the following...

  • Practice makes patzer - how I went 116 games without improving.

    I'm a bit of a data junky, so understandably I got excited about the announcement of Chess.com's Computer Aggregated Precision Score system. The CAPS system applies a score from zero to 100 percent to a given game,...

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  • GM Nakamura Tries to Prove He is No Stockfish

    "Playing like a machine" has become a compliment lately in the chess world (if not an accusation!). This weekend, a top grandmaster will make it literal. On August 23, world number five GM Hikaru Nakamura...

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