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Chess Life PDF Viewer
By Daniel Lucas   
View the January 2011 issue of Chess Life on-line by clicking inside.




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2010 Olympiad: U.S. Left Out
By GM Robert Hess & IM Irina Krush   
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In the Siberian region of Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia, our men’s and women’s Olympiad teams fell short of their medalist expectations, but with a 5th-10th place finish for the gentlemen (ninth on tiebreaks) and 3rd-5th place finish for the ladies (fifth on tiebreaks), the U.S. squads played strongly against difficult world-class opponents.

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Vasily Smyslov’s Opening Contributions
By Russell Potter   
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Vasily Smyslov (March 24, 1921-March 27, 2010) will be remembered as a world champion, a gentleman, and a significant contributor to opening theory.



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National Chess Day
By Michael Atkins   
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National Chess Day celebrations were held across the U.S. on October 9, 2010. Here is a sampling of some of the fun.

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Looks at Books: It’s A Man, Baby
By Al Lawrence   
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Chess: Words of Wisdom—The Principles, Methods and Essential Knowledge of Chess

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Chess to Enjoy: Paradox
By GM Andy Soltis   


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Solitaire Chess: The Old Ways
By Bruce Pandolfini   


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