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How you can easily improve your class’s focus...
by carlthomen on Oct 21, 2014   615   0
Teachers, is it just me, or does the younger generation lack for focus and discipline in the classroom? The worrying lack of attention span and basic respect for the lear...
Glowacki-Moes
by Waldemar on Oct 21, 2014   569   0
Glowacki, Matteo - Moes, Waldemar 0-1 Zukertort interne comp. 2014.10.10 // 1.Nf3 d5 2.c4 e6 3.g3 c5 4.Bg2 Nf6 5.O-O Nc6 6.cxd5 exd5 7.d4 Be7 8.Nc3 O-O 9.dxc5 ...
Who Won Recently? Wesley won So much!
by Inopov on Oct 20, 2014   1275   2
On October 9th-13th, the most glamorous and arguably the strongest high-stake chess open in the world took place in Las Vegas, Nevada, USA. The Millionaire Chess(MC) Open...
How An Ancient Game Can Help You Meet Your Soulmat
by carlthomen on Oct 14, 2014   568   0
The Power of Black and White Have you noticed how single people are always complaining that it’s hard to meet other single people? Maybe you’re single yourself and h...
Why You Can Learn Anything (and how chess can help you)
by carlthomen on Oct 5, 2014   1261   0
You should have heard of Josh Waitzkin. He was the kid that inspired the Searching for Bobby Fischer movie. If you’re still struggling, think former American chess ...
The Importance of Endgames Knowledge
by Erwin on Oct 3, 2014   2131   6
So far the focus on Chessity has been primarily on tactics; and rightly so! Judit Polgar's statement that chess is 99% tactics contains a lot of truth. Still, when your l...
Give to get! - Positional sacrifices in the endgame
by yodhaa on Oct 2, 2014   1946   0
  Positional Sacrifices in the endgame: "We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give." -- Winston Churchill The quote can also be equ...
The paradox of work
by yodhaa on Sep 26, 2014   1463   3
  Progressing in chess is not the easiest thing in the world to achieve. You have to really work hard for it. In this informative and highly personal article, one o...
Who Won Recently? Fabulous Fabiano!
by Inopov on Sep 25, 2014   1310   2
At the beginning of this month, the 2014 Sinquefield Cup, the world's strongest closed tournament in history was held in St. Louis, Missouri, USA. In this double-round ro...
Wonder how Chessity's rating system worked?
by arunjchess on Sep 22, 2014   1098   10
Chessity uses some math and science behind its rating system. This blog is indended to make you understand about how it worked, and the complexity behind it.  If yo...
A game a day turns your B-grade to an A
by Laimonas on Sep 18, 2014   1865   0
Do you children play computer games and it worries you that they are wasting their time? Or maybe the types of games they play worry you most? Today, the video game ind...
The Benefits of Chess
by Laimonas on Sep 12, 2014   70531   1
Chess has long been the game of gentleman, geniuses, philanthropists and other gifted people. This has formed an incredibly wide misconception around the word that ONLY g...
Chess is Child's play
Chessity on Sep 12, 2014   228   0
Chess is Child's play! Finally, ‘gaming your training’ at Chessity.com is now even more easily accessible for our little players! We have developed a specia...
Flammende Bretter
by schachfuchs on Sep 8, 2014   628   4
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Who Won Recently? Yuriy Kuzubov
by Inopov on Sep 7, 2014   1210   2
Hi everyone! I'm back with a new series dedicated to strong tournament winners. Every month I will select one or two tournaments and feature an instructive game by the Ch...
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