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Today I will be doing a review of Chess King Software which is actually a package that includes a chess engine, chess games database, and also a collection of tactics problems. The point of this review is to introduce Chess King software to the readers, discuss its features, talk about its “pros” and “cons”, compare […]
Today’s post is a continuation of the Chess Art: Photographs. In other words it is of a completely chess graphical nature. These photographs were taken with Canon D60 DSLR camera and undergone some minor retouching. We would like to thank Dean Miller for allowing to take pictures of his amazing chess sets.
Roumen Bezergianov is a therapist in Phoenix, Arizona. This is an excerpt of his book “Character Education with Chess”, where he describes how chess can be used by parents and educators to teach values and skills to young people. “Character Education with Chess” is available on Amazon.com, Kindle Edition (you do not need a Kindle […]
Today’s topic is chess art. Here are some pictures of chess pieces’ combination that I have shot with Canon 60D DSLR camera. If you visit TheChessWorld.com on regular basis you probably will find some of these familiar. These are the images I have been using as my article’s pictograms. Some of them (actually most of […]
Chess is a kind of game that even Kings themselves played in the past. It is a common knowledge that Indian Shahs ended their territorial wars due to the invention of chess. They were able to decide their disputes by the brain power translated into pieces’ moves on the chess board rather than by pointless […]