This Hub will explore the 6.d3 variation of the ever-popular Ruy Lopez opening. This variation is solid, statistically advantageous and avoids a lot of main line theory, including the Marshall Attack.
There are not many electronic chess computer out there nowadays. This is mainly because many of the manufacturers have quit making them. Hopefully, this guide will help you decide what to buy & where.
If you're looking to improve your chess end game play, working on endgame chess puzzles can really help. These particular chess puzzles focus on end game play only. Check them out!
A collection of free UCI-compatible chess programs for running UCI engines such as Stockfish, Komodo, and more. These programs are great for analyzing games, managing pgn files, and more!
It has often been said that chess is a "gymnasium for the mind", but what exactly are the benefits that a child can derive from the Royal Game? Can we go so far as to claim that it can teach children important life...
The Grob (1. g4) is also known as: The Killer Grob Grob's Attack The Tactical Grob The Spike And several other names according to Wikipedia. I've always like the name "Killer Grob" myself :-) It is a very...
This Hub discusses the Cozio Defense in the Ruy Lopez from black's perspective. It is a practical and underrated opening option for black that has its share of poison.
An 18th century inventor created a clever machine that appeared to play top quality chess; in reality, it was a device that separated the gullible from their money.
When we speak of chess, we usually imagine 2 players facing off in a battle of creative tactics and strategy. But Chess 4 offers the next level of chess fun: 4 players facing off in a wild, chaotic melee. The normal...
This easy trap for beginners is played by black and starts of from the widely used Italian opening. The Blackburn-Shilling Gambit is also known as the Kostic Gambit or the Schilling-Kostic Gambit.