Posts categorized "Postal"

Preston Ladson of Philadelphia demonstrates why a difference of 300+ rating points can be decisive in correspondence chess. We also check out a...… Read More »
Read Alex Dunne's November 2018 "Check is in the Mail" here (pdf) and find past articles by Dunne using the Postal Category, and a full archive of… Read More »
[Paul Keres’] great skill in dealing with complications was developed largely through correspondence play. -Max Euwe, the 5th Classical World Chess… Read More »
"Modern correspondence chess isn't all about CPU power (although that obviously helps), but more about how you prepare each move and how you work… Read More »
When a Master of the initiative meets a Master of defense, the game is sure to be difficult.Read More »
Danny Horwitz has won the 2016 Absolute Championship by a full point over a cluster of rivals.Read More »
Barry Walker of Columbia, Missouri, showed his staying power in a withdrawal plagued 2016 John Collins. Barry persevered, and his strong chess… Read More »
Thomas Biedermann is no stranger to this column. He has been here many times before – He was co-champion in the 16th US Correspondence Championship… Read More »
Did you ever wonder what your opponent really means in his note to you scrawled on his postcard?Read More »
Max Zavanelli was born August 20, 1946 and died January 27, 2018. In those seventy plus years, Max contributed a lot to correspondence chess...Read… Read More »

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