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In this information age, you can acquire knowledge at your fingertips. There are thousands of YouTube videos which tell you how to improve your game. Truckloads of chess books in the market offer you methods and techniques. Where do you start learning? Where do you find an order in this

Play in the City of Nizams!

Posted by ChessMine on November 19, 2017
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Did you know that Mir Osman Ali Khan, the last Nizam who ruled Hyderabad between 1886-1967, was the richest man in the world? He had an estimated net worth of $230 billion. Which made him the Richest Man on

Swedish Industry Meets Suburbs – In Chess

Posted by Priyadarshan Banjan on October 16, 2017
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The Swedish Chess Academy and The Swedish chess federation will on October 20 organize the social project “The Swedish industry meets suburbs” in Stockholm.  This initiative is an effort to create more inclusion of people of ethnic minorities in Sweden through chess, says GM Pontus Carlsson the main organizer for

Join the Negros International Open in Bacolod

October 11-19 in Bacolod City, Philippines Bacolod is a city on the northwest coast of Negros Island in the Philippines. Bacolod City is the top Philippine model city for 2017. It is known as

My Chess Story: Ayush Prakash Jaiswal

Posted by Hinduja Reddy on September 19, 2017
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14-year-old Ayush Prakash Jaiswal is an ethusisastic chess player from Rajasthan. He resides in N.A.B Delhi and studies in Tagore International School. [Photo: National Association for the Blind]

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