We’re a team of chess enthusiasts that all fell deeply in love with the game a long time ago. And we have decided to use our passion for chess and create this blog. What we aim to do is to share knowledge with you on many subjects related to the game of chess, right here on this blog. Below you will find more information on what we intend to post about.
You will learn useful and interesting information on some of the greatest chess masters that ever lived. Whether it is that you’re interested in knowing more about Bobby Fischer, or Emanuel Lasker, or Jose Raul Capablanca – make sure that you visit our blog on the regular because we will be sharing blog posts on them.
If you’re interested in learning more about the intricacies of the game of chess, then make sure that you will follow our blog for some basic and in-depth theories that delve into the opening game theory, the middle game theory, and the endgame theory. This will be an excellent way for you to get better at chess – and your future chess game results will show for it.
We’ll give you analysis of famous chess games played by chess grandmasters. The cool thing about these games is that experienced chess analysts have analyzed some of them, and they still weren’t able to extract all of the depth that a certain chess grandmaster had in their mind when they played the game or the particular move. Watching famous chess games are an excellent way to get inspired and motivated to play chess – and a great way to learn more about the game through the moves of the grandmasters.
You’ll even learn the core of the game of chess – the basic rules. This will come in handy for the new players that are just getting to know the game of chess. You’ll learn not only about the basic moves of the chess pieces, but also about the special rules such as the en passant pawn rule, the castle move, and the paw promotion.
Finally, you’ll get a historical perspective on the game of chess. You’ll learn where it originally came to be, and what the original rules of the game were like. What people thought of the game back in the day, and how popular was it. All of this information will make you appreciate the game of chess a bit deeper, and you will increase your love of chess.
But ultimately, you will want to not only learn all of this information – but to also implement it as well. Luckily, it doesn’t take a lot in order to be able to play a game of chess – all you need is a chess board with the pieces and an opponent that knows the rules. A chess clock is optional. And the best thing about modern chess is that you can play it online with people from all around the world. So, we hope that this blog will be of assistance to you in your efforts to one day master the game of chess.