Archive for September, 2011

10 Most Read Posts in H1/2011

This chess blog contains almost 200 posts already. Of course, some of them were good, but some of them went really well. The purpose of this article is to highlight those posts, which have been read in the first half of this year. I hope you will find them interesting (if you have not read [...]

American Chess Academy (1st Annual Open)

Armen Ambartsoumian of the American Chess Academy is running a small rapid tournament (G/25 w/ 5 second delay) on September 25th, 2011 in honor of Armenian Independence day. The event will host a 3,000 $ prize fund, and has the support of local grandmasters and masters alike: GM Varuzhan Akobian, GM Melikset Khachiyan, WGM Tatev [...]

New Design & What Happened in the Last Weeks

If you are a regular visitor of this chess blog you can see that there is a new design here! Finally ;) I wanted to change it for some months, because the old one has its limitation (you may remember bad formatting of written text in comments for example). You should be able to see [...]

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