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Peter Romanovsky | An incredible chess player

Peter Romanovsky | An incredible chess player

Romanovsky was one of the foremost figures in the development of chess in the Soviet Union. He is almost unknown in the chess community excluding the chess historians. As the games from his major events are easily found, I would try to give a selection of lesser known...
John Wisker | A forgotten player

John Wisker | A forgotten player

Today’s article will be a remembrance to a forgotten player. It is very sad to hear that people don’t even know who he is including me. So to improve my chess knowledge and raise awareness for such a strong player, I have written an extensive blog with...
Cecil De Vere – A forgotten man

Cecil De Vere – A forgotten man

Today we will talk about an underrated player named Cecil De Vere. We will show his games and talk a little about his life.   Cecil De Vere played chess effortlessly and elegantly without recourse to chess study or theory. His meteoric rise to fame and equally...
3 Great Romantic Chess games

3 Great Romantic Chess games

I’ll show you the fine romantic artistry from 3 lesser-known old masters, embodied in 3 great games. I’ll also give a cursory introduction of the players. Amos Burn Amos Burn learned chess in 1864 at the age of 15-16 and was coached by title holder Wilhelm...
Third Degree Burns from Anish Giri

Third Degree Burns from Anish Giri

Today we will be talking about the funny banters and roasts of the legend Anish Giri. If you don’t know, he dominates the entire twitter game and make sure to follow him on twitter. The following tweets have taken me hours to find and this is fresh original...