This is a violent game filled with unexpected twists as Black consistently hunts down the White forces using his superior development. This game is not for the faint of heart who might root for the White pieces.
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Hall of Famer, US Champion and Grandmaster Arthur Bernard Bisguer (October 8, 1929- April 5, 2017) died at 87 years old of respiratory failure. In…
Newly passed legislation allows you to win correspondence chess games by legalization!
Few individuals have had as big an impact on the chess world as International Master Nikolay Minev who died on March 10, 2017, in Seattle,…
American chess has suffered a great loss with the death of International Master Walter Shipman at the age of 87. Shipman, who died on February…
National Master John Braley of Seattle died on February 7th at the age of 72 after a long illness. Best known for winning three Washington…
Hans Berliner was the Fifth World Correspondence Chess Champion. His record in correspondence play, both national and international, was unsurpassed.
Today, the chess world is mourning the loss of another strong chess player who left us too early. IM Cristina Foisor, was a supportive and compassionate mother, passionate chess player, and a kind person.
The US Chess Federation presented Kornelijs (Neil) Dale with an “Outstanding Career Achievement Award” at the 2012 U.S. Open. For most of that chess career,…
FIDE International Master Danny Kopec, born February 28, 1954, was a computer science professor at Brooklyn College, chess teacher and author of eight books. He passed…
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