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The Weirdest Chess World Championship

Posted by Coach Steve on May 7, 2019

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Chess is above all a mind game, and players sometimes go to ridiculous lengths to psych out their opponents. But for sheer insanity, the World Championship showdown between Viktor Korchnoi (pictured left) and Anatoly Karpov (pictured right) takes the cake. The two grand masters were intense rivals. Karpov was a member of the Communist Party and a model of the “Soviet New Man.” Like every chess player who brought honors to the Soviet state, Karpov

Crazy Stuff Chess Masters do to win!

Posted by Coach Steve on May 2, 2019

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Chess masters are known to employ strange methods to win their games. Ruy Lopez, the famous 16th-century Spanish priest and chess player, once advised, “Sit your opponent with the sun in his eyes.” Another player named Lucena once recommended, “Try to play after your opponent has eaten or drunk freely.” In the 19th century, Harry Nelson Pillsbury attributed his clear thinking to puffing on a cigar during his games. On the other hand, Szymon Winawer said
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Ideas to help your child discover the joy of chess We all know that teaching chess to little kids can be very tricky. People who tried teaching their six or seven year olds will know how the experience can either be a cherishable memory or a slow torture you somehow want to survive, especially with a group of naughty kids. The way the pendulum swings depends on how much you understand them and what your
Looking for a good reason to send your child to a Chess Summer Camp?  Check out this article from snotty-noses.com. Benefits of Playing Chess with Your Kids 1. Chess helps you Concentrate It’s a reasonably long and involved game. My kids love it so much, they get so involved. You can see the gears whirring, the clogs ticking. The brain being exercised. 2.Chess Develops Problems Solving Skills What happens if you put your pawn there? Is
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