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Check, Checkmate and Stalemate Chess Moves for...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

While many beginners may confuse them because they look similar at first glance, check, checkmate and stalemate are very different situations.



Chess Titans

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A look at the free chess program, Chess Titans.



Chess: It's a Sport, Except When It Isn't.

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

Is chess a sport? Here's a look at both sides of this classic debate.



Top Five Chess Books: Tactics

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A look at five great books on the subject of chess tactics.



How Do Chess Pieces Move? A Guide for New Players

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

The first step towards playing chess is learning how each piece moves. Each of the six pieces moves differently, and this guide will help you understand how to use each one.



Learning Openings for Beginners

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A discussion of the best ways to learn the openings in chess.



Six Ways for Black to Fight Back Against 1.d4

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

Queen pawn openings are popular, so Black needs to have a response ready when they're played. Here are six common responses to 1.d4!



Your One-Stop Page for the Basic Rules of Chess

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

Learn the basic rules of chess, including the function of the pieces and how to play the game.



Computers Have Changed How We Study Chess

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A guide to using a computer chess engine to improve your own chess game.



Not Sure How to Learn Chess? Start Here.

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A complete guide on how to play chess, including the basic rules of chess.



The 9 Moves That Start Most Chess Games

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

Learn why these are the nine most popular moves for opening a chess game.



Suicide Chess: When Every Loss is a Win

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

An article describing how to play suicide chess, along with some basic strategy to employ when playing suicide chess.



Your Quick Guide to Setting Up a Chess Board

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

How to correctly place the board and pieces at the start of a chess game.



Basic Checkmates Beginning Chess Players Should...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A guide to ten basic checkmates that every chess player should know, presented as a series of mate-in-one problems.



6 Types of Draws in Chess That You Should Know

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A description of the various types of outcomes that can result in a drawn game of chess.



Who Dominates in Chess: The Bishop or the Knight?

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A look at how knights and bishops stack up in chess.



In Tournament Chess, The Rules Matter

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

Before you play in your first tournament, learn some of the most important rules in competitive chess.



Is Your Chess Board Set Up Correctly?

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A few common errors players make when setting up a chessboard for the first time.



This Checkmate Will End Your Next Chess Game In...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A move by move guide to the fastest checkmate in chess, the Fool's Mate.



When You Can Checkmate in Chess (And When You...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A list of the pieces with which a player can or cannot checkmate an enemy king.



Serious Chess Players Need to Know These Three...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A quick guide to the chess rules that cause new players the most trouble: castling, promotion and en passant.



The Common Lines of the Sicilian Defense

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

The Sicilian Defense may be the single most common chess opening in modern play. A guide to the most common lines seen in this chess opening.



A Stalemate in Chess is a Draw, But Not All...

2016-12-07T11:01:59Z

A review of the history behind the stalemate rule in chess, explaining why a stalemate is a draw, as well as debates about whether it's a good rule for chess.