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Mar 30

Blindfold Chess and updated Free Chess Programs

I have written a new article discussing the merits of blindfold chess, both as a form of entertainment to non chess players and as an instructive training tool.

Additionally, the article for Free Chess Programs has been updated in its sections regarding free chess engines. The extremely strong free versions Rybka 2.3.2a and Houdini 1.5a are given mentions.

I would like to briefly revisit my new chess website, Chess Game Improvement. There have been recently-added articles on learning chess (via books, DVDs and software), the three different phases of chess (opening, middlegame and endgame), and places to play online, whether you’re looking to face human or computer opposition. I intend to expand Chess Game Improvement a lot more in the near future.

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