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Alexei Shirov is one of the most imaginative and aggressive players of our times. Born in Riga, his playing style has been often compared to that of fellow Latvian and former World Champion Mikhail Tal. He has played many spectacular games and going through them can be a great way of training your own tactical […]
There is probably little we could say about Alexander Alekhine that is new to our readers. He is considered to be one of the greatest players ever and his games are an inspiration to every chess aficionado. He became the fourth World Champion in 1927, after defeating the Cuban legend Jose Raul Capablanca. He defended […]
Studying classic games is a tested and proven approach to learning the strategies and mastering the ideas. It’s not always easy to understand the purpose of each move because it is a part of a bigger plan which can go as deep as a dozen moves ahead. That’s why it is important to study well-annotated […]
Wesley So is a Filipino chess prodigy currently representing the US. He is the number 2 rated chess player in the world behind only Magnus Carlsen. He set a record by being the youngest player to cross 2600, previously held by Carlsen. So has a very aggressive and tactical style, and likes to sacrifice his […]
First game we have analyzed for the 15th edition of Three Best Games in TheChessWorld was played in the Turkish Team Championship between the Bulgarian number two (after Topalov) Ivan Cheparinov and Wesley So.