Category: Learn And Training

Chess Free

chessYou can divide the world into three types of people: Those who believe there is no God and everything is an accident; Those who believe there is a God, but everything’s still an accident; and those who believe there is a God, and everything has a purpose. Most Americans claim to belong to the latter group, but really aren’t consistent about it. I run into this problem when I tell people that nothing that happens to you in life is bad, you just haven’t figured out yet why it’s good. The vast majority of people have a really hard time with this, even though it’s entirely consistent with that last category of people, which most people claim to belong to.

I’ve always liked to drink at the board, although not coffee in particular. I have experimented with drinking Milo, Sustagen, Up&Go and Multi-V at the board (I’m not sure if … Read More

Best Phone When Traveling

Once you get to the point of being so good at the game of chess it will be time to start entering competitions and tournaments. These types of events are rarely held in your hometown. Most competitions and tournaments you will have to drive or fly to in order to compete. If you are going to be doing a lot more traveling than you will need to be sure that your phone can travel along with you and actually keep up with you instead of being a piece of useless tech. Between roaming agreements, nonworking phones and conflicting advice you could find yourself even more confused especially if you are overseas. According to a traveling tech article, you have to ask yourself if your phone will even work overseas. Different countries use different cell frequencies. The two most common cell phone frequencies are GSM and CDMA. If you have … Read More

Chess Free

chessTry playing chess against a top chess engine. You can set the level from 1 to 10, from easy to grandmaster. If you get stuck, use a hint or takeback the move. When you are ready to play games with human players, register for a free account!

When a pawn advances to the eighth rank, as a part of the move it is promoted and must be exchanged for the player’s choice of queen, rook, bishop, or knight of the same color. Usually, the pawn is chosen to be promoted to a queen, but in some cases another piece is chosen; this is called underpromotion In the diagram on the right, the pawn on c7 can be advanced to the eighth rank and be promoted to an allowed piece. There is no restriction placed on the piece that is chosen on promotion, so it is possible to have more pieces … Read More

Homeschool Games Make Learning Fun

chessThere are many solid chess openings but I’m going to show you the top ten most solid chess openings that there are. First maybe I should define a solid chess opening; a solid chess opening is a chess opening characterized by minimal risk taking and quiet positional play rather than sharp tactical lines. Solid positions in general tend to be very hard to crack and maybe hard for a beginner to recognize but an experienced chess player can tell right away whether or not a position is solid or tactical. Anyway here is a countdown of the most solid openings in chess.

The well-known conflict between the South’s Confederate Army and the North’s Federal Troops resulted in many famous battles with many lives lost. By playing on a civil war chess set, you will feel as if you are right there on the field, planning and developing tactics for a … Read More

Babu Draws With Mikhalio

chessLearning all of these subjects was an eye-opening experience, as I had no idea there was such a vast amount to learn. In fact, as I mentioned before there is still a lot left for me to work on! But I have always been a student of learning as well as a student of whatever subject I am studying, and I was left with a feeling that there was something missing from the process that could have made it easier, or perhaps more efficient.

Here’s an example – BLACK has a pawn at d4; WHITE moves his e2-pawn to e4; had WHITE moved to e3m the BLACK d4 pawn would have been able to capture so now he can capture en-passant on his next move. But if BLACK decides to make another move instead, he gives up his right to capture.

With algebraic notation, each different chess piece is either … Read More