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London Chess Classic 2011
Posted on December 2, 2011 by William in Tournament Updates
The London Chess Classic 2011 is guaranteed to be a shoot-out this year as all the players are coming in hungry for blood and glory. Maybe I’ve been watching too many “Dirty Harry” movies lately, but I think these guys mean business. And they better, because the Sofia rules will be applied at the 2011 London Chess Classic, meaning 3 points for a win and 1 point for a draw. I’m a huge fan of […]

Power Superiority as Principle of Warfare
Posted on December 2, 2011 by iPlayooChess in Beginner’s Corner, General Chess Articles
Power domination in chess In the previous post we saw what Alekhine’s block was and how it worked. Through it we could see some central principles of warfare. As we know, combat is the only effective force in war. The combat force (which, in chess, is possessed by chessmen) and all military operations in a war must be directed toward a clearly defined, decisive, and attainable goals defined by your strategy. Without a power superiority […]

National Master vs FIDE Master – Live Blitz Video on Internet Chess Club
Posted on December 1, 2011 by William in All Articles w/ Videos
Follow William for fresh daily updates: Follow @OnlineChessLess Chess Master Will Stewart specializes in Online Chess Tutoring who maintains a daily updated Chess Blog with videos. Interface: ICC

Best Chess News Websites
Posted on November 30, 2011 by William in General Chess Articles
Technology has changed so much about chess in the last two or three decades that it can be pretty tough to figure out what exactly are the best chess websites. There’s not exactly a legitimate reference to online chess information. So I decided to compile my experience and research to publish this article about the Best Chess News Websites. Internet Chess Club (ICC) The Internet Chess Club began in 1995 with the intention of revolutionizing […]

Long live the Queen!
Posted on November 30, 2011 by chesscreator in All Articles w/ Videos, Beginner’s Corner, Strategy & Game Review
In this article, Stephen Jones from, presents 3 deceptively devious, devilishly delicious, and downright dastardly Queen traps. In 3 simple-to-understand videos, each with its own short narrative, we see the true value of that age-old Chess maxim – to not develop the Queen, too quickly. Why do we love to learn Queen traps? As we learn and then begin to improve at Chess, we soon realize that not all games end in Checkmate. Instead […]

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