If you are here it is because you are interested in passing on your chess knowledge to someone else and you don’t know how it. Maybe you are looking for a good technique for your students. Because you want your pupil to understand and develop the best … Read more
Working with the Chessbase program
One of the most important tools of any professional chess player; it is without any doubt, the chessboard and added to it; we have a huge amount of analysis engines that make it easier to study your own chess games … Read more
The best chess coaches in the world
There is a big difference between the best chess player in the world and the best chess coaches. The reason why this important difference is emphasized is that it is one thing to be skillful when playing several … Read more
Club Escacs Barcelona organizes closed tournaments every 2 months
According to the statistics, Spain is the country with more chess tournaments in the World. Exactly in Catalonia probably you can play every day in the year without stop and even choose what tournament play because … Read more
If you are a chess player and want to know how to progress in chess, this is your article. Whether you’re a person who sees chess as a means of entertainment or someone who wants to improve properly and understand all the concepts of chess,… Read more
Chessbase is one of the largest chess corporations in the world and a major reference in applied technology to chess. They undoubtedly offer unique tools and this has made Chessbase 13 something well-known for all the chess players.
It offers many services and … Read more
London Chess Classic: What some say of others and others, of some…
Recently, there was a dissemination of a video in which the participants in the London Chess Classic gave their opinions on their most qualified opponents. With short answers preferred, if possible, one-word answers.… Read more
Carlsen sprints in Wijk aan Zee…
After a few anodyne rounds in the Wijk aan Zee that ended in draws, Magnus Carlsen, the undisputed number one in worldwide chess, has stepped the accelerator. This kind of performance, which is perfectly known in the performances of the … Read more
Chess: Full of alcohol…
It is well known that Mexican writer, Juan José Arreola was a remarkable chess amateur. Less known is that he also had a friendly chess enmity with Mexican poet, Jaime Sabines.
A journalist asked Arreola about the encounter of both … Read more
Mikhail Tal: 11 points without playing a single game!
During the Havanna Chess Olympiad (1966), which was attentively organized by the Cuban government, the chess teams were treated very warmly. On one occasion, when Korchnoi and Mikhail Tal went to watch the spectacle of the … Read more