November 22, 2014
Inside Chess
Inside Chess

The Lost Match: Rubinstein – Marshall, Warsaw 1908

There are many famous and fascinating matches in chess history. This is the strange story about one of them: the match between Akiba Rubinstein and Frank Marshall held in Warsaw, October 25 -November 14, 1908. A match not mentioned anywhere at that time. A new Inside Chess column is posted the third Saturday of each month.
November 21, 2014
The Puzzling Side of Chess
Jeff Coakley

Cyclotronic Joyride

The main attraction in this week’s column is a “carousel of cyclotrons”. But first, let’s play the old switcheroo. The Puzzling Side of Chess is posted three times per month, on the second, third, and fourth Fridays.
November 20, 2014
An Arbiter's Notebook
Geurt Gijssen

Some Observations and Interesting Cases

I recently arbitrated at a chess tournament that included many “amateurs”. I made some observations and in some cases I had to take decisions and then explain them, although they seemed very obvious to me. A new column is posted the third Thursday of each month.