At some point we all get stumped by a chess question. Beginning and Improving players may wonder what to do in a certain kind of position, or how the better players start their chess games. Club players might be looking for tips on reaching the next level, and even Expert players and beyond need occasional advice about software or training methods. Do these chess players need to comb the internet grasping at links and keywords?
Of course not! ChessCentral maintains an extensive and growing Chess KnowledgeBase with a huge collection of helpful articles, reviews, recommendations and pointers about almost anything. You can even find plenty of entertaing annotated chess games to while away an idle afternoon. Perhaps a quick tour will highlight some of the chess resources here at your fingertips.
We mentioned tips about chess strategy already, but even someone who’s never played can find the Rules of Chess and get started today. And no matter your strength, any chess player will benefit from reading The Relative Value of Chess Pieces as detailed by Wilhelm Steinitz, the first World Chess Champion.
Okay, so maybe you’re a little more sophisticated; how about an In-Depth Report on the capabilities of Rybka 4, or an overview of Chess Endgame software? Find out everything about Chess Databases or learn all about Game Analysis with chess engines. There is literally something for everybody in the ChessCentral KnowledgeBase.
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