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▷ 10 reasons to play chess. The big benefits of chess!


10 reasons to play chess

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Chess is a sport that helps you develop your concentration and improves your level of thinking. Because it doesn’t depend on age nor does it require retirement, this sport is played by people of all ages during the whole year. Here … Read more


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▷ Online chess websites: The top 10 according to Google.


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Discover the best online chess platforms

Chess is a sport meant to be practiced by 2 players. It’s one of the most popular sports in the world. The majority of people that play chess online do it to have fun. Tournaments … Read more


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▷ The best chess coaches in the world


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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 … Read more


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▷ Do you know the First Saturday chess tournaments? They are played in Budapest, monthly, valid for GM and IM.


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First Saturday chess tournaments

These days I was surfing on the Internet when I saw “The First Saturday Chess Tournaments”. What was this? They are tournaments played in Budapest the first Saturday of each month and are valid for GM … Read more


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▷ Chess classes for kids. Some tips to start in chess.


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Benefits of chess classes for kids

Both moms and dads, who enjoy the wonderful sport of chess, are often very eager to teach their children how to play. Chess classes for kids are a very effective method for them to learn Read more


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▷ Chess in schools


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Chess in schools

Every day, people become more aware of the benefits of playing chess. This is one of the reasons for the use of the chess in schools. It’s being implemented as an activity for students to practice during … Read more


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▷ Chess platforms: The top 4 to play chess!


20 chess platforms

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You may have wondered what are the best chess platforms to play, what they offer you and who you will play with. Perhaps you have other doubts, in this article, you will surely solve.

Currently,  more than six hundred million people … Read more


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▷ Classical chess players: Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky, J.R Capablanca and Alexander Alekhine.


Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky, Jose Raul Capablanca and Alexander Alekhine

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Classical players

Some funny anecdotes about Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer, Boris Spassky, Jose Raul Capablanca and Alexander Alekhine.

Mikhail Tal

Mikhail Tal: 11 points without playing a single game!

During the Havanna Chess Olympiad (1966), which was attentively organized by the … Read more


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▷ Mijail Botvinnik and the USSR chess team in the Olympics.


Mijail Botvinnik

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The Soviet chess team and Mijail Botvinick

Mijail Botvinnik had many problems these years. In the summer of 1952, there was much nervousness in the Soviet chess team.

The Kremlin had announced that they were seriously considering their participation for the … Read more


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▷ Classical chess players (II): Samuel Reshevsky, Miguel Najdorf, Mikhail Botvinnik, Nicolas Rossolimo and Efim Bogoljubov


Samuel Reshevsky, Miguel Najdorf, Mikhail Botvinnik, Nicolas Rossolimo and Efim Bogoljubov

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Classical players

Some funny anecdotes about Samuel Reshevsky, Miguel Najdorf, Mikhail Botvinnik, Nicolas Rossolimo and Efim Bogoljubov.

Samuel Reshevsky

Samuel Reshevsky and Miguel Najdorf

In 1952 the grandmasters Samuel Reshevsky and Miguel Najdorf were playing chess in a double match for … Read more


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