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#Chess Position Worth Sharing 131

Similar to how military units such as armour, artillery and cavalry have their own unique roles, each piece in the game of chess has unique movements. In order to solve this mate in 2, you must first truly understand how the pieces can move.

Practice Tournaments Make For Perfect Events

Scholastic chess players practice for hours and hours  to raise the likelihood of finishing near the top of the pack at state or national championship events. Champions do this because they know that once you are competing in an elite event, there are no take backs , no timeouts, no restarts and only one chanceContinue reading “Practice Tournaments Make For Perfect Events”

Play Chess for The Eade Foundation on May 22

On May 22, I am joining forces with Jay Stallings to host The Eade Foundation Spring Scholastic Chess Classic. The purpose of this online event is to elevate cognizance for the Eade Foundation’s efforts of spreading chess literacy and chess excellence globally. This prestigious scholastic chess event will be a five round Swiss style chessContinue reading “Play Chess for The Eade Foundation on May 22”

#Chess Position Worth Sharing 130

Some of the most brilliant chess puzzles involve material sacrifice for the sake of the mate. Here however, the sacrifice is not merely needed to mate but in fact to avoid loss. One wrong move, and the outcome is completely out of your hands.

We ❤︎ India Blitz Chess Extravaganza Winners & Results

Thank you to everyone who participated and helped us to raise over $600!

DAILY CHESS MUSINGS ONE YEAR ANNIVERSARY AND NEW LOGO

FIDE Candidates Homework

Betcha Can’t Solve This #Chess Puzzle! 57

This particular mate in two managed to confound me for a couple of hours. I am sure if you give it a shot, you will soon see why!

Chess Progress Report from Ethan Mei

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 14

Final Round

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 13

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 12