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  • Kasparov's Mysterious Move

    The already famous game So vs Kasparov played in the Ultimate Blitz Challenge is both fascinating and puzzling. Not only did GM Wesley So produce a game of unbelievable beauty, he did it against the arguably strongest chess player in the... | Read More

  • Who Will Qualify To Play Magnus Carlsen?

    The Blitz Battle Qualifier to decide who will face Magnus Carlsen is here. Watch the event with live commentary at Chess.com/tv or Twitch.tv/chess.  Round one of this 11-round, 3 0 Swiss tournament starts Tuesday, M... | Read More

  • Nakamura vs Harikrishna: 1 Million Scovilles Of Chess On May 4

    GM Hikaru Nakamura and GM Pentala Harikrishna are set to face off May 4 at 10 a.m. Pacific Time in the second GM Blitz Battles Match. You may want to bring a cold glass of milk. "Naka" and "Hari" together make an incredibly spicy combo. The "nag... | Read More

  • Candidate Profile: Hikaru Nakamura

    By GM Robert Hess and IM Teddy Coleman Chess.com and the world at large need no introduction to GM Hikaru Nakamura. 2015 was a fantastic year for the four-time United States chess champion. Nakamura, who is well-known for his blitz and bullet ... | Read More

  • Candidate Profile: Anish Giri

    By GM Robert Hess and IM Teddy Coleman If Benjamin Button played chess, his name would be Anish Giri. At 21 years old, Giri is the youngest player in the eight-man field for the Candidates Tournament, yet has a geriatric style of play. His tal... | Read More


    • Todays Chess

      Greetings                        I returned to Chess 3 years ago this November, and for once I stuck with it. I play music professionally and had to make a career choice when I was around 18.   I have stayed with music, occasionally ... | Read More

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    • Column Plan Chess to IM Juan Röhl

      United States and China shine in Baku The powerful US team triumphed in the Olympic Games held in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan. The American team consisted of GMs Fabiano Caruana, Hikaru Nakamura, Wesley So, Samuel Shankland and Ray Robson, and a... | Read More

      • juanrohl
      • | Sep 20, 2016
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    • Columna Sembrar el Ajedrez en Venezuela del 16 de Septiembre de 2016

      Estados Unidos y China brillan en Bakú La potente selección de Estados Unidos triunfó en las Olimpiadas celebradas en la ciudad de Bakú,  Azerbaijan. El equipo americano estuvo integrado por los GMs Fabiano Caruana, Hikaru Nakamura, Wesley S... | Read More

      • juanrohl
      • | Sep 20, 2016
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    • 10 Test Positions - Chess Olympiad R5

      This round was rich of splendid combinations. Try to put yourself in the shoes of great tacticians like Wesley So, Alexei Shirov and Jones Gawain. Enjoy and good luck! TEST 5 | Read More

      • ArnaudovP
      • | Sep 8, 2016
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    • 10 Test Positions - Chess Olympiad Round 1

      Dear chess friends,  Yesterday, in Baku, started the most interesting chess event of the year -  Chess Olympiad   In the Open section, we have 180 teams  and 140 in Women section. Almost all super grandmasters are participating 180 teams in... | Read More

      • ArnaudovP
      • | Sep 2, 2016
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  • Manhattan Chess Club

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    Founded on November 24, 1877 at the Café Logeling in New York City.   Dues were $4 a year.  On December 7, 1877 the members voted for the name of the chess club to be the Manhattan Chess Club (the other choices were Morphy Chess Club and Metro... Read More »