White to play and win
When fabulous Fabiano Caruana praises a Chess puzzle it's got to be great! I saw this chess puzzle posted by Caruana. White to play and mate in 3 moves As part of my weekly Chess time, I decided to try this puzzle. Very quickly I realised that it involved too many complex variations - and... Continue Reading →
Today's chess puzzle was composed by S. Leow in 1849. White to move and mate in 4 moves. It is pretty straightforward but with a very beautiful trick at the end...
This is an amazing position. Guess the move found by Paul Morphy as Black. Black to move and win. Game: Napoleon Marache vs Paul Morphy, 1857.
Today is #InternationalChessDay and I am happy to inform that I successfully completed the FIDE-approved arbiter training camp and passed the exam for State Artiber of Chess ☺️ I am now a State Arbiter of Chess in addition to being a FIDE rated chess player...🤗
One of the blessings of COVID-19 and the lockdown is that I am exploring very very interesting contents online - be it movies, documentaries, web series or talk shows/podcasts. Even without lockdown I would have continued to do so, but at far slower speed. The lockdown has accelerated it by 10X or 20X! Recently I... Continue Reading →
I started following Chess IM Sagar Shah about 2-3 years ago and since then read many things about him and listened to many of his videos on Youtube. He is a very good coach, and has good clarity of thought and sense of humor. Though he is not a refined speaker, he manages to articulate... Continue Reading →