The work on Sharp Endgames is moving forward, and Quality Chess has added a description on their homepage. The book is to be released later this summer.
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I have made a general overhaul of the blog. As things change in New York (move forward), my priorities change too.
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In the upcoming weekend I will once again leave for New Jersey to participate in the Chessanity Masters. 4 rounds in 2 days, and the tournament this time is bigger, and the field stronger. 5 GM’s so far have signed up, with yours truly as 10th seed.
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Our new logo. Photo by Lu Mu
I have updated the blog with detailed information about the training program that FM/FT Carsten Hansen and I are running together.
You can also visit the homepage directly here. Notice that the 2nd round of the program starts on June 4th, with a discount available for early bird registration (before May 15th).
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The Danish Championship is ongoing with the 5th round being played today. Mads Andersen looks like the clear favorite and is also leading the table with ½ point – this young GM is a complete player and is set to cross the 2600 barrier at some point.
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I have added further exercises to my blog – 10 questions to The Scotch Endgame can be found on this page.
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For my first competitive tournament since my arrival in New York, I have decided to play the 1st CHESSanity Masters. 4 rounds during the weekend of April 1st-2nd in New Jersey. The playing venue is Hilton Garden Inn Edison/Raritan Center.
Click here to download the tournament flyer. On this homepage, you can also register for the tournament.
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I have posted 10 Exercises on the blog of our training program. Check it here. Solutions will be posted on Sunday.
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A month after my arrival in New York, I decided it was time to find out options for buying chess books in the city. I already knew The Strand from recent visits – it has a department for books on both chess and games – but recently I visited the Fred Wilson book store in New York with my good friend Harold Scott
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