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Top 7 chess games of Bobby Fischer

Robert James "Bobby" Fischer was an American chess grandmaster and the eleventh World Chess Champion. Many consider him to be the greatest chess player of all time. We collected top most famous games of bobby fischer.Read More

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Top 7 chess games of Igor Smirnov

GM Igor Smirnov, a chess prodigy, started playing chess at the age of 8 and become an International Master at his 13. He is well known for his unique teaching method which helped thousands of students to improve their ratings. Watch and Learn new tips from Smirnov's games.Read More

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Everything you need to know about the Sicilian defense (Dragon variation)

The Sicilian defense is the most popular opening and one of the best responses to White’s first move 1.e4.Read More

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Theory of pawn breaks explained!

“A break move is a pawn move that breaks up the opponents fixed pawn chain by attacking the opponent’s pawns with that pawn.“Read More

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Which is the best side to castle your king?

Castling is a very important move which every chess player should do.Read More

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Free Training: How to use the Polgar Method for Serious Improvement

Get the course ‘The Polgar Method‘ at 50% discount. Use coupon – Polgar GM Susan Polgar has had phenomenal success …Read More

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[Free Lesson] Learn the basics of Chess

Learn the basics of Chess as well as how to develop strategy and tactics for winning at the Game of Chess.Read More

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10 Most Famous Mikhail Tal Quotes

In this blog post you will find our selection of the very best 10 Mikhail Tal quotes.Read More

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