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Carlsen vs. Nepomniachtchi: World Championship – Game 2

Carlsen vs. Nepomniachtchi: World Championship – Game 1

A CLASH OF GENIUSES: MAGNUS VS NEPO – PART 2

Eade Fall Classic Update & Upcoming Events

Dear Chess Players, Thanks so much to everyone who joined us for The Eade Foundation Fall Scholastic Chess Classic. We are working hard to raise awareness of The Eade Foundation and all the fantastic work they do worldwide. If you want to donate this holiday season, please consider donating to The Eade Foundation. Your donationContinue reading “Eade Fall Classic Update & Upcoming Events”

Winning Chess Moves: Carlsen vs Tallaksen Ostmoe, 7/05/2005

Chess is booming in popularity and one of the reasons why is our current world champion Magnus Carlsen. Carlsen regularly produces stunning works of chess art that’ll make you want to play chess. Of course, Magnus’ primary goal in every chess game is winning. However, the very best chess players in history have a wayContinue reading “Winning Chess Moves: Carlsen vs Tallaksen Ostmoe, 7/05/2005”

Winning Chess Moves: Carlsen vs Harestad, 7/23/2003

Future generations of chess enthusiasts will undoubtedly treasure the early games of Magnus Carlsen in the same manner we honor Paul Morphy’s first brilliances. Of course, comparing players from different eras is difficult but there is an argument to be made that Magnus may very well be the greatest chess prodigy ever. For evidence onContinue reading “Winning Chess Moves: Carlsen vs Harestad, 7/23/2003”

Winning Chess Moves: Jonkman vs Nepomniachtchi, 1/18/2007

Ian Nepomniachtchi scored an impressive 10/13 in the 2007 edition of Corus Group C Tournament played in Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands from the 13th-28th of January. However, his strong performance was only good enough for a second place finish as Michal Krasenkow took first with 10.5/13. Today’s puzzle comes from round 5 where Harmen JonkmanContinue reading “Winning Chess Moves: Jonkman vs Nepomniachtchi, 1/18/2007”

A CLASH OF GENIUSES: MAGNUS VS NEPO – PART 1

FTX CRYPTO CUP PRELIMINARY ROUNDS

Greetings Chess Players. My name is Chris Torres and this is my daily chess musing for Wednesday, May 26, 2021. The FTX Crypto Cup is a high-level online bitcoin chess tournament and holds a record prize pot for an online tournament of $320,000. As you have probably heard, this is one of the strongest lineupsContinue reading “FTX CRYPTO CUP PRELIMINARY ROUNDS”

THE STRONGEST CHESS TOURNAMENT IN HISTORY

Greetings Chess Players. My name is Chris Torres and this is my daily chess musing for Tuesday, May 18, 2021. The Strongest Chess Tournament in History Begins on May 23 FTX Crypto Cup will take place from May 23-31. Its record $320,000 online prize fund has attracted a strong field of elite grandmasters. In fact,Continue reading “THE STRONGEST CHESS TOURNAMENT IN HISTORY”

FIDE Candidates Homework

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 14

Final Round

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 13

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 12

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 11

THE FIDE CANDIDATES TOURNAMENT: ROUND 10

2020-2021 FIDE Candidates Tournament: Who Are You Rooting For?

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Chess Review 2020: Making the Best of the Worst of Times

“It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”, is how Charles Dickens begins his masterpiece, A Tale of Two Cities. From the very first lines to the end of the novel, Dickens’ theme is contrasting the cruelty of the Reign of Terror which occurred after the onset of the French RevolutionContinue reading “Chess Review 2020: Making the Best of the Worst of Times”