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A Game at Chess is a comic satirical play by Thomas Middleton, first staged in August 1624 by the King's Men at the Globe Theatre, notable for its political content.
The book A History of Chess was written by H. J. R. Murray (1868–1955) and published in 1913.
A Man Called Hawk is an American action drama series that ran on ABC from January 1989 until May 13, 1989.
Ansel Polak Daniels (2 August 1842, The Hague - 1 April 1891, The Hague) was a Dutch chess master.
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Aage Vestøl (24 December 1922 – 30 March 2008) was a Norwegian chess player.
Aaron (Albert) Alexandre (אהרון אלכסנדר, around 1765/68 in Hohenfeld, Franconia – 16 November 1850 in London, England) was a Jewish German–French–English chess player and writer.
Aaron Feinstein (fl. 1903–1910) was an Estonian chess master.
Aaron C. Pixton (born January 13, 1986) is an American mathematician at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he is currently an assistant professor.
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Abdul-Razzaq Ahmed Taha (died aged 88) was an Iraqi chess player and former president of the Iraqi Chess Federation.
Abdullah Al-Rakib (born December 2, 1980) is a Bangladeshi chess Grandmaster.
Justice Abhay Mahadeo Thipsay (born 10 March 1955, in Bombay) is a Judge at the Allahabad High Court.
Abhijeet Gupta (born 16 October 1989) is an Indian chess player with the title of Grandmaster (GM).
Abhijit Kunte (born 3 March 1977 in Pune) is an Indian chess Grandmaster.
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Abraham Baratz (14 September 1895, Bessarabia – 1975, Paris) was a Romanian–French chess master.
Abraham Janssen (1720 – 1795) was a British chessplayer who in his heyday was one of the strongest players in the world.
Abraham Kupchik (25 March 1892 – 26 November 1970) was an American chess master.
Abraham Lincoln High School is a public high school located at 2800 Ocean Parkway, in Brooklyn, New York, USA, under the jurisdiction of the New York City Department of Education.
Abraham Speijer (Speyer) (19 November 1873, Amsterdam – 5 September 1956, Amsterdam) was a Dutch chess master.
Moshe Aba Blass (born 1896, Łomża, Poland - 1971, Tel-Aviv, Israel) was a Polish-Israeli chess master.
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The Acropolis International was a chess tournament held in Athens.
Ada Ciganlija (Ада Циганлија), colloquially shortened to Ada, is a river island that has artificially been turned into a peninsula, located in the Sava River's course through central Belgrade, the capital of Serbia.
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Adam Kuligowski (born 24 December 1955, Warsaw) is a Polish chess master.
Adelaide High School is a coeducational state high school situated on the corner of West Terrace and Glover Avenue in the Adelaide Parklands.
Adhemar da Silva de Oliveira Rocha (2 July 1908, Valença, Rio de Janeiro – 14 November 1975, Rio de Janeiro) was a Brazilian chess player.
Aditi Soondarsingh (born 1988) is a women’s chess player from Barataria, Trinidad and Tobago.
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Adolf Stern (25 December 1849, Grünstadt, Rhineland-Palatinate – 24 August 1907, Mannheim) was a German chess master.
Adolf Julius Zinkl (10 June 1871, Neuhaus – 3 June 1944, Vienna) was an Austrian chess master.
Adolf Żytogórski (Adolph Zytogorski) (c. 1806 – 27 February 1882); date of birth not known, biographies give date of death and "Age 75" was a Polish-British chess master.
Adrianus Dingeman (Adriaan) de Groot (Santpoort, 26 October 1914 – Schiermonnikoog, 14 August 2006) was a Dutch chess master and psychologist, who conducted some of the most famous chess experiments of all time in the 1940s-60.
Adrian Bohdanovych Mikhalchishin (also Mihalcisin, Mihalčišin or Mykhalchyshyn, Адріян Богданович Михальчишин, born November 18, 1954) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster now playing for Slovenia.
Adriana Nikolova (Bulgarian Cyrillic: Адриана Николова; born November 8, 1988) is a Bulgarian chess Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Adrián García Conde (4 May 1886 – 13 May 1943) was a Mexican-British chess master.
Adrien Demuth (born 14 April 1991) is a French chess grandmaster.
Advanced Chess is a form of chess where each human player uses a computer chess program to explore the possible results of candidate moves.
Advocate Nasiruddin (1892–1949) was the famous lawyer, political and social leader from Bhopal state.
Aero Caribbean (Empresa Aerocaribbean SA) was an airline based in Vedado, Plaza de la Revolución, Havana, Cuba.
The Aeroflot Open is an annual open chess tournament played in Moscow and sponsored by the airline Aeroflot.
The Aerosvit chess tournament (Міжнародний шаховий турнір "Аеросвіт") is an annual chess tournament played in Foros, Ukraine, and sponsored by Aerosvit Airlines.
Aaron Phillip (born January 31, 1974), better known by his stage name Afu-Ra, is a New York-based American underground rapper.
Agnes Lawson-Stevenson (born Agnes Bradley Lawson, November 1873, died 20 August 1935) was a British chess player.
Ahmad Shah Massoud (Dari Persian: احمد شاه مسعود; September 2, 1953September 9, 2001) was an Afghan political and military leader.
Ahmed Adly (أحمد عدلي, born 19 February 1987) is an Egyptian chess Grandmaster.
The AI effect occurs when onlookers discount the behavior of an artificial intelligence program by arguing that it is not real intelligence.
The AI Memos are a series of influential memorandums and technical reports published by the MIT AI Lab, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, United States.
AI War: Fleet Command is a real time strategy computer game created by independent developer Arcen Games.
Aidyn Guseinov (Aydın Hüseynov), (31 August 1957 – 30 October 2003) was a chess player from Azerbaijan.
Aimen Rizouk (born 1979) is an Algerian chess player.
Aivars Gipslis (February 8, 1937 – April 13, 2000) was a Latvian chess FIDE Grandmaster and also an ICCF Grandmaster, and a chess writer and editor.
Ajeeb was a chess-playing "automaton", created by Charles Hooper (a cabinet maker), first presented at the Royal Polytechnical Institute in 1868.
Akhtala (Ախթալա), is a town and municipal community in the Lori Province of Armenia, located along the Shamlugh river, on the slopes of Lalvar mountain, at a distance of 186 km north of the capital Yerevan and 62 km north of provincial centre Vanadzor.
Akola is called the Cotton City; it is the largest cotton-producing district in India.
Akshat Chandra (born 1999) is an American chess prodigy, who has recorded one of the fastest rises in chess history.
Akshat Khamparia (born 9 February 1989) is an Indian chess International Master.
An akshauhini (अक्षौहिणी akṣauhiṇī) is described in the Mahabharata as a battle formation consisting of 21,870 chariots (Sanskrit ratha); 21,870 elephants (Sanskrit gaja); 65,610 horses (Sanskrit turaga) and 109,350 infantry (Sanskrit pada sainyam) as per the Mahabharata (Adi Parva 2.15-23).
Akshayraj Kore (born 1 September 1988), is an Indian chess player and a Grandmaster.
Al-Shorta Sports Club (lit) is an Iraqi sports club based in Rusafa District, East Districts of the Tigris River, Baghdad.
Al-Wakrah Sport Club (نادي الوكرة الرياضي) is a Qatari professional sports club based in Al Wakrah.
Aladdin is a Disney media franchise comprising a film series and additional media.
Alan Eppes is a fictional character in the CBS crime drama Numb3rs, played by Judd Hirsch.
Sir Alan Roy Fersht, FRS, FMedSci (born 21 April 1943) is a British chemist at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology and an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Chemistry at the University of Cambridge.
Alan Pichot (born 13 August 1998) is an Argentine chess grandmaster.
Alan Fraser Truscott (16 April 1925 – 4 September 2005) was a British-American bridge player, writer, and editor.
Alan Mathison Turing (23 June 1912 – 7 June 1954) was an English computer scientist, mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher, and theoretical biologist.
The Albanian Chess Championship is the annual individual national chess championship of Albania.
Albéric Joseph Rodolphe Marie Robert Ghislain O'Kelly de Galway (17 May 1911, Anderlecht – 3 October 1980, Brussels) was a Belgian chess Grandmaster (1956), an International Correspondence Chess Grandmaster (1962), and the third ICCF World Champion in correspondence chess (1959–1962).
Albert Clerc (January 1830, Besançon – June 1918, Saint-Denis-en-Val) was a French chess master.
Albert Beauregard Hodges (July 21, 1861 – February 3, 1944) was an American chess master who was born in Nashville, Tennessee.
Albert Zinovievich Kapengut (born 4 July 1944, Kazan, Tatarstan) is a Soviet chess master.
Albert Salomon Anselm Freiherr von Rothschild (October 29, 1844 – February 11, 1911) was a banker in Austria-Hungary and a member of the Rothschild banking family of Austria.
Albert Sandrin Jr.
Alberto David (born 26 March 1970) is a Luxembourgian-Italian chess grandmaster.
Alberto Foguelman (13 October 1923, Buenos Aires - 9 December 2013, Buenos Aires) was an Argentine chess master.
The Alcatraz Federal Penitentiary or United States Penitentiary, Alcatraz Island (often just referred to as Alcatraz or the Rock) was a maximum high-security federal prison on Alcatraz Island, off the coast of San Francisco, California, which operated from August 11, 1934, until March 21, 1963.
Alculympics, founded in 2009, is a sports league and triennial multi-sport event involving participants from the current 18 member schools of the Association of Local Colleges and Universities in the Philippines.
Aldo Zadrima (born January 15, 1948) is a chess player.
Aleister Crowley (born Edward Alexander Crowley; 12 October 1875 – 1 December 1947) was an English occultist, ceremonial magician, poet, painter, novelist, and mountaineer.
Alejandro Tadeo Ramírez Álvarez (born 21 June 1988 in San José, Costa Rica) is a Costa Rican-born American chess grandmaster.
Alekhine's gun is a formation in chess named after the former world chess champion Alexander Alekhine.
Aleksa Striković (born 12 May 1961) is a Serbian chess grandmaster.
Aleksandar Inđić (born 24 August 1995) is a Serbian chess grandmaster.
Aleksandar Matanović (born May 23, 1930) is a Serbian chess Grandmaster.
Aleksandar Wohl an Australian chess player, attaining the rank of International Master.
Aleksander Delchev (Александър Делчев; born 15 July 1971) is a Bulgarian chess grandmaster and chess author.
Aleksander Miśta (born 7 January 1983) is a Polish chess Grandmaster (2004), FIDE Trainer (2012).
Aleksander Sznapik (born 10 February 1951, Warsaw) is a Polish chess International Master.
Aleksander Wojtkiewicz (Aleksandrs Voitkevičs; January 15, 1963 – July 14, 2006) was a Polish chess grandmaster.
Aleksandr "Alex" Lenderman (born 23 September 1989) is an American chess grandmaster.
Aleksandr Mitrofanovich Levin (15 May 1871 – May 1929) was a Russian chess master.
Aleksandr Rakhmanov (Александр Рахманов; born 28 August 1989) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Aleksandr Sergeyevich Sergeyev (28 August 1897, Serpukhov – 24 January 1970, Moscow) was a Russian chess master.
Aleksandr Shimanov (born 8 May 1992) is a Russian chess player.
Aleksandra Yuryevna Goryachkina (Александра Юрьевна Горячкина; born 28 September 1998) is a Russian chess player holding the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Aleksandra Kislova (Александра Владимировна Кислова; born 20 December 1946) is a Soviet and Russian chess Woman International Master (1966).
Aleksandras Ziselis Machtas (also Alexander-Zisel Macht, Sasha Maht; 6 October 1892 – 14 January 1973) was a Lithuanian chess master.
Aleksandre Chikvaidze (Georgian: ალექსანდრე ჩიკვაიძე; Russian: Александр Давидович Чикваидзе) (19 January 1932, Tbilisi – 2012) was a former Soviet, Russian, and Georgian statesman and diplomat.
Aleksei Fyodorovich Goncharov (Алексей Фёдорович Гончаров; 16 January 1879, Moscow – 23 April 1913, Moscow) was a Russian chess master.
Aleksei Kulashko (born 3 July 1972) is a New Zealand chess player holding the title of FIDE Master (FM).
Aleksey Goganov (Алексей Гоганов; born 26 July 1991) is a Russian chess player.
Alessandro Salvio (c. 1570 – c. 1640) was an Italian chess player who is considered to be the unofficial world champion around the year 1600.
Alejandro "Alex" Salvador Pagulayan (born June 25, 1976) is a Filipino Canadian professional pool (pocket billiards) and snooker player.
Alex Yermolinsky (Алексей Ермолинский, Aleksey Yermolinskiy; born April 11, 1958 in Leningrad) is an American chess grandmaster.
Alexander Areshchenko (Олександр Арещенко, Oleksandr Areshenko; born June 15, 1986) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster and Ukrainian champion in 2005.
Alexander Evgenyevich Baburin (Aleksandr Yevgen'yevich Baburin; born 19 February 1967) is a Russian-Irish grandmaster of chess.
Alexander Beaufort Meek (July 17, 1814 (Columbia, South Carolina) – November 30, 1865 (Columbus, Mississippi) was an American politician, lawyer, judge, chess player, writer and poet. He served as Alabama's Attorney General in 1836.
Alexander Alfredovich Bek (Алекса́ндр Альфре́дович Бек; 2 November 1972), sometimes transliterated from the Russian Cyrillic as Aleksandr Bek or Anglicized to Alexander Beck, was a Soviet novelist and writer.
Alexander Genrikhovich Beliavsky (also Romanized Belyavsky; born December 17, 1953) is a Soviet, Ukrainian and Slovenian chess grandmaster.
Alexander Brodie Spark (9 August 1792 – 21 October 1856), influential merchant, businessman and free settler of Australia, was born on 9 August 1792 at Elgin, Scotland.
Alexander Vasilyevich Cherepkov (Александр Васильевич Черепков, 30 October 1920 – 12 July 2009) was a Soviet and Russian International Master of chess.
Alexander Mikhailovich Chernin (Александр Михайлович Чернин; born 6 March 1960) is a Soviet-born Hungarian chess grandmaster and trainer.
Alexander Anatolyevich Donchenko (Александр Анатольевич Донченко; born 22 March 1998) is a German chess grandmaster.
Alexandr Moyseyevich Evensohn (Evenson, Evensson) (1892–1919) was a Russian chess master.
Alexander Ferdinand von der Goltz (1819–1858) was a German chess master.
Alexander Fishbein (born May 8, 1968) is an International Grandmaster of chess.
Alexander Flamberg (1880, Warsaw – 24 January 1926, Warsaw) was a Polish chess master.
Alexander Goldin (born 27 February 1964) is an American chess grandmaster of Russian origin.
Alexander Goloshchapov (born 25 January 1978) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster (1999) and trainer.
Alexander Graf (né Nenashev, 25 August 1962) is an Uzbekistani-German chess grandmaster.
Alexander Igorevich Grischuk (Алекса́ндр И́горевич Грищу́к; born October 31, 1983) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexander Halprin (21 March 1868, Saint Petersburg – 20 May 1921, Vienna) was a Russian–Austrian chess master.
Alexander Hamilton Jr./Sr.
Alexander Huzman (born 10 April 1962 in Zhytomyr, Soviet Union) is an Israeli (formerly Soviet) chess Grandmaster and trainer.
Alexander Fyodorovich Ilyin (Алекса́ндр Фёдорович Ильи́н-Жене́вский; November 28, 1894 – September 3, 1941), known with the party name Zhenevsky, "the Genevan" because he joined the Bolshevik group of Russian émigrés while exiled in that city, was a Soviet chess master and organizer, one of founders of the Soviet chess school, an Old-Guard Bolshevik cadre, a writer, a military organizer, a historian and a diplomat.
Alexander Ipatov (Oleksandr Ipatov; born 16 July 1993) is a Ukrainian-born Turkish chess grandmaster.
Alexander Ivanov (born May 1, 1956) is a Soviet-born American chess grandmaster.
Alexander Kevitz (September 1, 1902 – October 24, 1981) was an American chess master.
Alexander Valeryevich Khalifman (Алекса́ндр Вале́рьевич Халифма́н; born 18 January 1966) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexander Koblencs (Aleksandrs Koblencs, Александр Кобленц; 3 September 1916, Riga – 9 December 1993, Berlin) was a Latvian chess master, trainer, and writer.
Alexander Kostetsky (Russ. Александр Владимирович Костецкий, Ukr. Олександр Володимирович Костецький;, November 14, 1954 in Kiev – January 4, 2010 in Kiev) was a Ukrainian painter and sculptor.
Alexander Alexandrovich Kotov (Алекса́ндр Алекса́ндрович Ко́тов; – 8 January 1981) was a Soviet chess grandmaster and author.
Alexander Anatolyevich Kovchan (Олександр Анатолійович Ковчан, Oleksandr Anatoliyovych Kovchan; born 21 October 1983 in Chernihiv) is a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster (2002).
Aleksandr (Alexander) Semenovich Kronrod (Алекса́ндр Семёнович Кронро́д) (October 22, 1921 – October 6, 1986) was a Soviet mathematician and computer scientist, best known for the Gauss-Kronrod quadrature formula which he published in 1964.
Alexander Lastin (Александр Ластин; 30 November 1976 – 23 January 2015) was a Russian chess Grandmaster.
Lieutenant General Alexander Ivanovich Lebed (Алекса́ндр Ива́нович Ле́бедь; April 20, 1950 – April 28, 2002) was a Russian military officer and politician who held senior positions in the Airborne Troops before attempting to run for President of Russia in the 1996 election.
Alexander Malevinsky (Александр Александрович Малевинский; 26 February 1950 - 2004) was a Russian chess master who won the Baltic Chess Championship in 1986.
Alexander McDonnell (1798–1835) was an Irish chess master, who contested a series of six matches with the world's leading player Louis-Charles Mahé de La Bourdonnais in the summer of 1834.
Alexander Moiseenko (Олександр Моісеєнко, Oleksandr Moiseyenko; born 17 May 1980) is a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster and the 2013 European champion.
Alexander Moroz (Олександр Стефанович Мороз; Александр Мороз; 18 January 1961, Dnipropetrovsk – 17 January 2009) was a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster (1999).
Alexander Sergeyevich Morozevich (Александр Серге́евич Морозе́вич; born July 18, 1977) is a Russian chess Grandmaster.
Alexander Anatolyevich Motylev (Александр Анатольевич Мотылёв; born 17 June 1979) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexander N. Rossolimo is an American think tank executive, entrepreneur, and corporate director.
Alexander Onischuk (born September 3, 1975) is a Ukrainian-American chess grandmaster.
Alexander Nikolayevich Panchenko (Александр Николаевич Панченко; 5 October 1953 in Chelyabinsk – 19 May 2009 in Kazan) was a Russian chess Grandmaster and honoured coach who headed the All-Russian chess school.
Alexander Riazantsev (Russian: Александр Риазанцев; born 12 September 1985) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexander Arsenievich Romanovsky (12 June 1880 – 1943) was a Lithuanian-Russian chess master.
Alexander Borisovich Roshal (Алекса́ндр Бори́сович Роша́ль;, Moscow –) was a Soviet chess player and journalist, the co-founder and editor of the magazine 64.
Alexander Rueb (December 27, 1882 – February 2, 1959) was a Dutch lawyer, diplomat, and chess official.
Alexander Shabalov (Александр Анатольевич Шабалов, Aleksandr Anatolyevich Shabalov; Aleksandrs Šabalovs; born September 12, 1967) is an American chess grandmaster and a four-time winner of the United States Chess Championship (1993, 2000, 2003, 2007).
Alexander Shakarov (born 8 March 1948 in Baku, Azerbaijan SSR, USSR) is a Soviet chess player, coach and author of Armenian descent.
Alexander Kazimirovich Tolush (1 May 1910 – 3 March 1969) was a Soviet chess grandmaster.
Alexander (Alexandar) Kristov Tsvetkov (Cwetkow) (Александър Христов Цветков) (7 October 1914 in Topolovgrad, Bulgaria – 29 May 1990) was a Bulgarian chess master.
Alexander (Aleksander) Wagner (7 August 1868 – 1942) was a Polish chess correspondence master and theoretician.
Alexander Wittek (12 October 1852, Sisak – 11 May 1894, Graz) was an Austrian-Hungarian architect and chess master.
Alexander Nikolayevich Zaitsev (June 15, 1935 – October 31, 1971) was a leading Soviet chess grandmaster.
Alexander Zubarev (Олександр Володимирович Зубарєв, Oleksandr Volodimirovich Zubarev; born 17 December 1979) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster (2002).
Alexandr Hilário Takeda Sakai dos Santos Fier (born 11 March 1988) is a Brazilian chess grandmaster.
Alexandra Botez (born September 24, 1995) is a Canadian chess player who holds the title Woman FIDE Master (WFM).
Alexandra Konstantinovna Kosteniuk (Алекса́ндра Константи́новна Костеню́к; born 23 April 1984) is a Russian chess grandmaster and Women's World Chess Champion from 2008 to 2010.
Alexandra Sergeevna Obolentseva (Александра Серге́евна Оболенцева; born 21 June 2001) is a Russian chess player.
Alexandre Deschapelles (March 7, 1780 in Ville-d'Avray near VersaillesOctober 27, 1847 in Paris) was a French chess player who, between the death of François-André Danican Philidor and the rise of Louis-Charles Mahé de La Bourdonnais, was probably the strongest player in the world.
Alexandre Grigorievich Dinerchtein (Александр Григорьевич Динерштейн, born April 19, 1980) is a professional Go player from Russia.
Alexandre Lesiège (born August 18, 1975) is a Canadian chess grandmaster, who has won three Canadian championships and represented Canada in World Championship qualifying events and Olympiads.
Alexei Barsov (born 3 April 1966) is an Uzbekistani chess Grandmaster.
Alexei Mikhailovich Bezgodov (Алексей Михайлович Безгодов; born 30 June 1969) is a Russian chess grandmaster and writer.
Alexei Fedorov (Алексей Фёдоров, Aleksey Fyodorov, Аляксей Фёдараў, Aliaksey Fyodarau; born 27 September 1972) is a chess grandmaster.
Alexei Shirov (Aleksejs Širovs;; born 4 July 1972) is a Latvian and Spanish chess grandmaster.
Alexei Volkoff is the alias and alter ego of Hartley Winterbottom (codename Agent X), a fictional character on the television series Chuck.
Alexey Dreev (Алексей Дреев; born 30 January 1969) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexey Korotylev (Алексей Коротылёв; born 1 March 1977) is a Russian chess Grandmaster.
Alexey Wilhelmina Root (née Rudolph), (born 1965) is a chess player, teacher, and writer, who was the 1989 U.S. Women's Chess Champion.
Alexey Sarana (Алексей Сарана; born 26 January 2000) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Alexey (Alex) Sergeyevich Selezniev (Алексе́й Серге́евич Селезнёв, alternative transliterations: Selesniev, Selesniew, Selesnev, Selesnieff; pronounced "selezNYOFF") (1888, Tambov, Russia – June 1967, Bordeaux, France) was a Russian chess master and chess composer.
Alexey Pavlovich Sokolsky (3 November 1908 – 27 December 1969) was a Ukrainian-Belarusian chess player of International Master strength in chess, a noted correspondence chess player, and an opening theoretician.
Alexey (Aleksei) Stepanovich Suetin (Алексе́й Степа́нович Суэ́тин; November 16, 1926 in Kirovohrad – September 10, 2001 in Moscow) was a Russian International Grandmaster of chess and author.
Alexey Alexeyevich Troitsky, or Alexei, Troitzky, or Troitzki (Алексе́й Алексе́евич Тро́ицкий) (March 14, 1866–August 1942) is considered to have been one of the greatest composers of chess endgame studies.
Alexina "Teeny" Duchamp (January 6, 1906 – December 20, 1995) was the wife of Pierre Matisse, daughter-in-law of artist Henri Matisse, and second wife of artist and chess player Marcel Duchamp.
An alfil (or elephant) is a xiangqi piece and fairy chess piece that jumps two squares diagonally.
Alfonso Almeida Saenz (born 12 October 1966) is a chess International Master from Mexico.
Alfonso Cerón (Xerone, Girón) (1535 in Granada – ? in Girona?) was a Spanish chess master.
Alfrēds Hartmanis (November 1, 1881, Riga, Latvia - July 27, 1927, Riga, Latvia) was a Latvian chess player who won the Baltic Chess Congress in 1913.
Alfred Binet (July 8, 1857 – October 18, 1911) was a French psychologist who invented the first practical IQ test, the Binet–Simon test.
Alfred Christensen (August 16, 1905 – 1974) was a Danish chess player.
Alfred Hrdlicka (27 February 1928 in Vienna – 5 December 2009) was an Austrian sculptor, draughtsman, painter and artist.
Alfred Mosher Butts (April 13, 1899 – April 4, 1993) was an American architect, famous for inventing the board game Scrabble in 1938.
Alfred Tarnowski (3 March 1917 - 24 November 2003) was a Polish chess player who won the Polish Chess Championship in 1961.
Alfreda Hausner (born 27 December 1927) is an Austrian chess player who twice won the Austrian women's chess championship (1953, 1976).
Algebraic notation (or AN) is a method for recording and describing the moves in a game of chess.
Algeria (الجزائر, familary Algerian Arabic الدزاير; ⴷⵣⴰⵢⴻⵔ; Dzayer; Algérie), officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a sovereign state in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast.
Algimantas Butnorius (20 February 1946 – 30 October 2017) was a Lithuanian chess Grandmaster and a former World Senior Champion.
In mathematics and computer science, an algorithm is an unambiguous specification of how to solve a class of problems.
Ali Sebbar is a Moroccan chess International Master.
Alice in Wonderland is a 1985 two-part made-for-television film adaptation of Lewis Carroll's books Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass.
Alice Tonini was an Italian female chess master.
is a Japanese manga series by Hitoshi Tomizawa, which was later adapted into an anime OVA series by J.C.Staff.
Alina Bivol (born January 19, 1996) is a Russian chess player.
Alina Kashlinskaya (born 28 October 1993) is a Russian chess player who holds the titles of international master and woman grandmaster.
Alina l'Ami (née Moţoc; born 1 June 1985 in Iași) is a Romanian chess player who holds the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Alireza Firouzja (علیرضا فیروزجاه; born 18 June 2003) is an Iranian chess grandmaster.
Alisa Mikhailovna Galliamova (Алиса Михайловна Галлямова, Alisä Mixail qızı Ğällämova; born 18 January 1972 in Kazan) is a Russian chess player, who holds the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Alisa Marić, PhD (Serbian Cyrillic: Алиса Марић,; born January 10, 1970) is a Serbian chess player, who holds the FIDE titles of Woman Grandmaster and International Master.
The All Assam Chess Association (সদৌ অসম ডবা সন্থা) is a registered (under the Societies Registration Act: XXI of 1860, Number 1347 of 1981-82) chess association of the Assam state of India.
All Hallows High School (formerly known as All Hallows Institute) is a Catholic boys' high school in South Bronx, New York, United States.
The All India Chess Federation (AICF) (अखिल भारतीय शतरंज महासंघ) is central administrative body for the game of chess in India.
The All India Chess Federation for the Blind (AICFB) is the governing body for the game of Chess among visually impaired in India.
All Queens Chess is an abstract strategy game that combines chess and connect 4.
The All Tripura Chess Association (ATCA) is the apex body for the game of chess in Tripura, India.
Alla Shulimovna Kushnir (אלה שולימובנה קושניר; Алла Шулимовна Кушнир; 11 August 1941 – 2 August 2013) was a Russian–born Israeli chess Woman Grandmaster.
Allan Stig Rasmussen (born 20 November 1983) is a Danish chess grandmaster.
Allen Newell (March 19, 1927 – July 19, 1992) was a researcher in computer science and cognitive psychology at the RAND Corporation and at Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Computer Science, Tepper School of Business, and Department of Psychology.
Almira Skripchenko (born 17 February 1976) is a Moldovan-French chess player who holds the titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster.
Almost Chess is a chess variant invented by Ralph Betza in 1977.
Alojzije Janković (born 2 April 1983) is a Croatian chess player.
Alon Greenfeld (אלון גרינפלד; born 17 April 1964 in New York City) is an Israeli chess grandmaster and trainer.
Alonzo Michael Morphy (November 23, 1798 – November 22, 1856) was a lawyer serving as Attorney General of Louisiana from 1828 to 1830, and a Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court from August 31, 1839 to March 19, 1846.
Aloyzas Kveinys (born July 9, 1962) is a Lithuanian chess player, who was awarded the Grandmaster title in 1992.
Alperton is an area of North West London, England, in the London Borough of Brent.
Alpha–beta pruning is a search algorithm that seeks to decrease the number of nodes that are evaluated by the minimax algorithm in its search tree.
AlphaGo is a computer program that plays the board game Go.
AlphaGo versus Lee Sedol, also known as the Google DeepMind Challenge Match, was a five-game Go match between 18-time world champion Lee Sedol and AlphaGo, a computer Go program developed by Google DeepMind, played in Seoul, South Korea between 9 and 15 March 2016.
AlphaGo Zero is a version of DeepMind's Go software AlphaGo.
AlphaZero is a computer program developed by the Alphabet-owned AI research company DeepMind, which uses an approach similar to AlphaGo Zero's to master not just Go, but also chess and shogi.
Alvis Vītoliņš (Vitolinš, Vitolins, Vitolinsh) (15 June 1946, in Sigulda – 16 February 1997) was a Latvian chess master.
Aman Hambleton (born 30 December 1992) is a Canadian chess grandmaster.
Amédée (Aimé) Gibaud (5 March 1885, Rochefort-sur-Mer – 18 August 1957, Rochefort-sur-Mer) was a French chess master.
Ambalappuzha Sri Krishna Temple (അമ്പലപ്പുഴ ശ്രീകൃഷ്ണ ക്ഷേത്രം) is a Hindu temple in Ambalappuzha, Alapuzha district of Kerala, in south India.
Ameet Ghasi (born 1987) is an English chess player.
America's Foundation for Chess (AF4C) is a nonprofit chess foundation begun in greater Seattle, Washington, USA in 2000.
The American Chess Association (ACA) was a chess organization founded in New York City in 1857.
The American Chess Quarterly was a chess magazine that was published in the United States from Fall 1961 to 1965 by Nature Food Centres.
The American Contract Bridge League (ACBL) is the governing body for contract bridge in the United States, Mexico, Bermuda and Canada and is a member of the World Bridge Federation, the international bridge governing body.
The American Embassy School (AES), South Delhi, India, is an independent, co-educational day school which offers an educational program from prekindergarten through Grade 12.
American School of The Hague (ASH) is an American school in Wassenaar, Netherlands.
The American University of Science and Technology (AUST), (Université américaine de sciences et technologie or الجامعة الأميركية للعلوم والتكنولوجيا), is a private, non-sectarian and co-educational American university in Lebanon.
Amiens is a city and commune in northern France, north of Paris and south-west of Lille.
Amikam Balshan (born 3 May 1948), is an Israeli chess master, who won the Israeli youth championship in 1965.
Seyyed Mohammad Amin Tabatabaei (born 5 February 2001) is an Iranian chess grandmaster.
Amir Bagheri (born September 20, 1978) is an Iranian chess grandmaster.
Amirreza Pourramezanali (امیررضا پوررمضانعلی.; born September 23, 1992) is an Iranian chess Grandmaster (2016).
Amir Zaibi (born 22 May 1988) is a Tunisian chess International Master.
Ammatour (عمّاطور) is a town and municipality in the Shouf (Al-Shouf) District in Mount Lebanon Governorate of Lebanon.
Amon Simutowe (b. 1982) is a Zambian chess Grandmaster.
Amorphosynthesis is a medical condition where the patient is unaware of somatic sensations from one side of the body; the left side is most commonly affected.
Amos Burn (1848–1925) was an English chess player, one of the world's leading players at the end of the 19th century, and a chess writer.
Amos Pokorný (March 1890 – August 18, 1949) was a Czech chess master.
An Yangfeng (born 1 September 1963) is a Chinese Woman International Master-titled chess player.
Ana Filipa Baptista (born 24 January 1990) is a Portuguese chess player who holds the title of Woman FIDE Master (WFM, 2007).
Ana Luisa Carvajal Gamoneda (born 9 March 1962) is a Cuban chess player who holds the FIDE title of Woman International Master (1978).
Ana Matnadze (ანა მათნაძე; born 20 February 1983 in Telavi) is a chess player holding the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster.
Ana Srebrnič (born 20 February 1984 in Ljubljana) is a Slovene chess player holding the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM), a FIDE Trainer and an International Arbiter.
Ananda Sastralaya (sinhala: ආනන්ද ශාස්ත්රාලය) is a public boys school located in Kotte, Sri Lanka. It was founded in 1890 as Kotte Buddhist English Mixed School. In 1952 a part of the school land was designated by the Government as an archaeological site since an ancient tunnel junction erected in the 16th century was found within the school premises.
Anarky is a fictional character appearing in comic books published by DC Comics.
Anastasia Mikhailovna Bodnaruk (Анастасия Михайловна Боднарук; born 30 March 1992) is a Russian chess player who holds the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anastasia Sorokina (Анастасія Сарокіна; born 26 January 1980 in Minsk, Belarus) is an Australian chess Woman International Master (WIM), International Arbiter and FIDE Trainer.
Anastasiya Karlovich (born 29 May 1982) is a Ukrainian chess player and journalist.
Anastasiya Rakhmangulova (born 30 December 1994) in Mykolaiv she's Ukrainian chess player holding the title of Woman International Master (WIM).
Anatol (Anatoly) Tschepurnoff (Tchepurnoff, Chepurnov, Czepurnow) (19 December 1871, Loviisa – 29 April 1942, Helsinki) was a Russian–Finnish chess master.
Anatolijs Šmits, also known as Anatols Šmits (September 2, 1941 – January 30, 1998), was a Latvian chess master.
Anatoly Alexandrovich Bannik (December 1921, Kiev – 19 January 2013) was a Ukrainian Chess Master.
Anatoly Yevgenyevich Karpov (Анато́лий Евге́ньевич Ка́рпов; born May 23, 1951) is a Russian chess grandmaster and former World Champion.
Anatoly Yakovlevich Lein (Анатолий Яковлевич Лейн; March 28, 1931 – March 1, 2018) was a Soviet-born American chess Grandmaster.
Anatoly Lutikov (5 February 1933 in Leningrad – 15 October 1989 in Tiraspol) was a Russian chess player.
Anatoly Vaisser (born 5 March 1949 in Almaty) is a Soviet-born French chess grandmaster and four-time world seniors champion.
Anda Šafranska (born December 2, 1960, Riga) is a Latvian born chess player who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster.
Fjotolf Hansen (born Anders Behring Breivik (born 13 February 1979), also known by his pseudonym Andrew Berwick, is a Norwegian far-right terrorist who committed the 2011 Norway attacks. On 22 July 2011 he killed eight people by detonating a van bomb amid Regjeringskvartalet in Oslo, then shot dead 69 participants of a Workers' Youth League (AUF) summer camp on the island of Utøya. In August 2012 he was convicted of mass murder, causing a fatal explosion, and terrorism. On the day of the attacks, Breivik electronically distributed a compendium of texts entitled 2083: A European Declaration of Independence, describing his militant ideology. In them, he lays out a worldview encompassing opposition to Islam and blaming feminism for creating a European "cultural suicide".Jones, Jane Clare., The Guardian, 27 July 2011. The texts call Islam and "Cultural Marxism" the enemy and advocate the deportation of all Muslims from Europe based on the model of the Beneš decrees, while also claiming that feminism exists to destroy European culture. Breivik wrote that his main motive for the atrocities was to market his manifesto. Two teams of court-appointed forensic psychiatrists examined Breivik before his trial. The first report diagnosed Breivik as having paranoid schizophrenia. A second psychiatric evaluation was commissioned following widespread criticism of the first. The second evaluation was published a week before the trial; it concluded that Breivik was not psychotic during the attacks nor during the evaluation. He was instead diagnosed as having narcissistic personality disorder. His trial began on 16 April 2012, with closing arguments made on 22 June 2012. On 24 August 2012, Oslo District Court delivered its verdict, finding Breivik sane and guilty of murdering 77 people. He was sentenced to 21 years in prison, in a form of preventive detention that required a minimum of 10 years incarceration and the possibility of one or more extensions for as long as he is deemed a danger to society. This is the maximum penalty in Norway. Breivik announced that he did not recognize the legitimacy of the court and therefore did not accept its decision—he claims he "cannot" appeal because this would legitimize the authority of the Oslo District Court. While imprisoned, Breivik has identified himself as a fascist and a national socialist, saying he previously exploited counterjihadist rhetoric in order to protect ethno-nationalists. In 2015, he said that he has never personally identified as a Christian, and called his religion Odinism. In 2016, Breivik sued Norwegian Correctional Service, claiming that his solitary confinement violated his human rights and subjected him to degrading treatment and privacy violations. In its judgment of 20 April 2016, the City Court found that Breivik's rights under Article 3 of the Convention had been violated, but not those under Article 8. The government appealed against the City Court's judgment as concerned the finding of a breach of Article 3 of the Convention, while Breivik appealed as concerned the finding that Article 8 had not been breached. On 1 March 2017, the Court of Appeals ruled that neither Article 3 nor Article 8 had been breached. On 8 June 2017, Norway's Supreme Court upheld the verdict of the Court of Appeals. On 30 June 2017, Breivik filed a complaint with the European Court of Human Rights, which the court dismissed on 21 June 2018.
Anders Erik Gillis Eljas (born 15 January 1953 in Stockholm) is a Swedish musician, orchestrator and conductor.
Anders Wedberg (March 30, 1913 – February 20, 1978) was a Swedish philosopher.
Andhra Pradesh is one of the 29 states of India.
Andor (André, Andre, Andrei) Arnoldovich LilienthalReuben Fine, The World's Great Chess Games, Dover Publications, 1983, p. 216.
András Adorján (born András Jocha, 31 March 1950, Budapest) is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster (1973) and author.
András Hajnal (May 13, 1931 – July 30, 2016) was a professor of mathematics at Rutgers University and a member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences known for his work in set theory and combinatorics.
André Chéron (September 25, 1895 – September 12, 1980) was a French chess player, endgame theorist, and a composer of endgame studies.
André Lombard (born 19 September 1950) is a Swiss chess player born in Bern.
André Muffang (25 July 1897, St. Brieuc – March 1, 1989, Paris) was a French chess master.
Andrés Cantor (born December 22, 1962) is an Argentine sportscaster and pundit who works in the United States providing Spanish-language commentary and analysis in sports.
Andreas Ascharin (Андрей Александрович Ашарин, Andrey Aleksandrovich Asharin; in Pärnu – in Riga) was a Baltic German-Russian chess master.
Andreas Dückstein (born 2 August 1927, Budapest) is an Austrian chess master.
Andreas Heimann (born 10 January 1992) is a German chess grandmaster.
Andreas Kelires (Αντρέας Κελίρης; born 1 July 1999) is a Greek-Cypriot chess grandmaster.
Andreas Cristian Rosendahl (1864 – 7 January 1909) was a Danish chess master.
Andrei Istrățescu (born 3 December 1975) is a Romanian chess grandmaster.
Andrei Vasilyevich Kharlov (Андрей Васильевич Ха́рлов; November 20, 1968 – June 15, 2014) was a Russian chess grandmaster.
Andrei Yurievich Sokolov (Андре́й Ю́рьевич Соколо́в; born 20 March 1963, in Vorkuta, Komi ASSR, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union) is a chess Grandmaster of Russian origin, now living in France.
Andrei Volokitin (Андрій Волокітін, Andriy Volokitin; born 18 June 1986 in Lviv) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster.
Sir Andrew Bowden MBE (born 8 April 1930) is a British Conservative Party politician.
Andrew Browder (born January 8, 1931) is an American mathematician at Brown University.
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff (born 6 December 1977) is an English former international cricketer and current broadcaster.
Andrew Eden Soltis (born May 28, 1947 in Hazleton, Pennsylvania) is an American chess grandmaster, author and columnist.
Andrew Tang (born November 29, 1999) is an American chess player.
Andrey Evgenyevich Esipenko (Андрей Евгеньевич Есипенко; born 22 March 2002) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Andrei Lukin (Андрей Лукин, born August 28, 1948) is a chess International Master and a chess coach.
Andrey Shariyazdanov (Андрей Шариязданов; born July 12, 1976) is a Russian chess Grandmaster and European Junior Champion in 1996.
Andrey Vovk (Андрій Вовк) (born November 22, 1991) is a Ukrainian chess Grandmaster (2009).
Andrijana Janevska (Андријана Јаневска, born December 6, 1981) is a famous Macedonian singer and musician.
Andrew John Leonard "Andy" Fletcher (born 8 July 1961), popularly known as "Fletch", is an English keyboard player and one of the founding members of the electronic band Depeche Mode.
Angela Borsuk (אנג'לה בורסוק, born 29 August 1967) is a former Israeli female chess player who has also represented Ukraine, Soviet Union and Israel in international chess championships.
The Angeles University Foundation (Filipino: Pundasyong Pamantasan ng Angeles; Abbreviated as AUF), is a private Roman Catholic university in Angeles City, Philippines.
Angelo John Poffo (April 10, 1925 – March 4, 2010) was an American professional wrestler and wrestling promoter.
The Anglican Church Grammar School (ACGS), commonly referred to as Churchie, is an independent, Anglican, day and boarding school for boys, located in East Brisbane, an inner suburb of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
The Anglo-American cable chess matches were a series of yearly chess matches between teams from the United States and Great Britain conducted over transatlantic cable from 1896 to 1911, except for the three-year gap of 1904 to 1906 when no matches were held.
Angus Dunnington (born 9 August 1967) is an English poker and online gambling specialist and former professional chess player with the title of International Master (IM).
Anita Gara (born 4 March 1983) is a Hungarian chess player who holds the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anjelina Belakovskaia (Анжелина Белаковская; Anzhelina Belakovskaya; born May 17, 1969) is a United States chess player who has achieved the FIDE Woman Grandmaster title.
Anji Kapoor, or simply Anji, is a fictional character in the Eighth Doctor Adventures, a novel series based upon the British science fiction television series, Doctor Who.
Ankit Rajpara (born 27 August 1994) is an India's 36th chess Grandmaster and a chess prodigy from Gujarat.
Anna Akhsharumova (Анна Марковна Ахшарумова; born 9 January 1957, Moscow) is a Woman Grandmaster of chess.
Anna Gasik (born August 21, 1988 in Warsaw, Poland) is a chess player from Poland who holds the Woman International Master title.
Anna Hahn (Anna Hāna, born June 21, 1976) is an American chess player with the title of Woman International Master (WIM).
Anna Hairapetian (Աննա Հայրապետյան; born 1989) is an Armenian chess player holding the title of Woman International Master (WIM) and a former Armenian women's champion.
Anna Jurczyńska (4 May 1926 – 19 October 2009), was a Polish chess player who five times won the Polish Women's Chess Championship.
Anna Olehivna Muzychuk (Анна Олегівна Музичук; Ana Muzičuk; born February 28, 1990) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster.
Anna Rudolf (born 12 November 1987 in Miskolc) is a Hungarian chess player holding the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anna Sharevich (born December 18, 1985) is a Belarusian and American chess player holding the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anna Styazhkina (Анна Стяжкина; born 5 July 1997) is a Russian chess player who holds the title of Woman International Master (WIM).
Anna Yuriyivna Ushenina (Анна Юріївна Ушеніна; born 30 August 1985) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster who was Women's World Chess Champion from November 2012 to September 2013.
Anna Zatonskih (Ганна Затонських; born Mariupol, July 17, 1978) is a Ukrainian (until 2004) and American (since 2004) chess player who holds the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anna-Maja Kazarian (born 7 January 2000) is a Dutch chess player who holds the title of FIDE Master (FM, 2015) and Woman International Master (WIM, 2017).
Anne Boleyn (1501 – 19 May 1536) was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of King Henry VIII.
Anne Haast (born 1 July 1993) is a Dutch chess player who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster.
Patricia Anne Sunnucks (born 21 February 1927) is an author and the several-time British Women's Chess Champion (1957, 1958, 1964).
Anneliese Brandler (4 March 1904 – 1970) was a German chess player.
Anni Laakmann (born 5 January 1937) is a German chess player who holds the title of Woman FIDE Master (WFM, 1983).
Annika Bruhns (born August 8, 1966) is a German musical theater performer.
Anoeta Sports Complex (Ciudad deportiva Anoeta; Anoetako kirolgunea) is a sports area located at the south of the city of Donostia (San Sebastián), Basque Country of Spain.
António Fernandes (born 18 October 1962) is a chess player from Pampilhosa da Serra, Portugal.
Ante Brkić (born 1988) is a Croatian chess grandmaster.
Anthony Braxton (born June 4, 1945) is an American composer and multi-instrumentalist who is known in the genre of free jazz.
Anthony Oluwafemi Olaseni Joshua (born 15 October 1989) is a British professional boxer.
Anthony F. Ker (born 1967) is a chess International Master (IM).
Anthony Cornelis Kosten (born 24 July 1958 in London) is an English-French chess Grandmaster and chess author.
Anthony Saidy (born May 16, 1937) is an International Master of chess, a retired physician and author.
Anthony Edward Santasiere (9 December 1904 – 13 January 1977) was an American chess master and chess writer, who also wrote extensively on non-chess topics.
Anti-computer tactics are methods used by humans to try to beat computer opponents at various games, especially in board games such as chess and Arimaa.
Antoaneta Stefanova (Антоанета Стефанова; born 19 April 1979) is a Bulgarian chess grandmaster and Women's World Champion from 2004 to 2006.
Anton Demchenko (born 20 August 1987) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Anton Filippov (born 6 December 1986 in Tashkent) is an Uzbekistani chess Grandmaster (2008).
Anton Kohler (c. 1907 – 7 September 1961) was a German chess player from Munich.
Anton Korobov (Антон Коробов; born 25 June 1985) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster (2003), two-time Ukrainian champion and the 2013 European Blitz Chess Champion.
Anton Kovalyov (born 4 March 1992) is a Ukrainian-born Canadian (formerly representing Argentina) chess grandmaster.
Anton Olson (1881 - ?) was a Swedish chess master.
Anton Vladimirovich Smirnov (Анто́н Влади́мирович Смирно́в, born 28 January 2001) is an Australian chess player.
Antoni Wojciechowski (6 June 1905 – 19 January 1938) was a Polish chess master.
Antonia Petrova Ivanova (Антония Петрова Иванова; Sofia, 12 May 1930 – Sofia, 25 May 2004) was a Bulgarian chess player with the title Woman Grandmaster.
Antonina Dragašević (Антонина Драгашевић; born 25 March 1948), née Antonina Georgieva (Антонина Георгиева), is a Bulgarian and Serbian chess player who holds the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1972).
Antonio Carrozzi Abascal, best known as Antonio Carrizo, (September 15, 1926 – January 1, 2016) was an Argentine radio and television presenter.
Antonio Ángel Medina García (2 October 1919, Barcelona – 31 October 2003, Barcelona) was a Spanish chess master.
Antonio Rico González (26 February 1908 – 16 December 1988) was a Spanish chess master.
Antony Roy Clark MA (Cantab.) (born 7 November 1956) is a South African schoolmaster and educationalist, formerly a first-class cricketer, currently headmaster of Malvern College.
List of winners and nominees of the Anugerah Sukan Negara: Sportsman of the Year.
List of winners and nominees of the Anugerah Sukan Negara: Sportswoman of the Year.
Anupama Gokhale (born Anupama Abhyankar, 17 May 1969 in Mumbai) is an Indian chess player.
Anuradhapura Central College is a mixed educational establishment in North Central Province, Sri Lanka.
Anya Sun Corke (born 12 September 1990 in California, USA) is an English chess player holding the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Anzel Solomons (born 6 January 1978), née Laubscher, is a South African chess player who hold the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 2003).
Aparajita Gochhikar (born 11 February 1993 in Puri, Odisha, India) is an Indian chess Candidate Master.
Apex High School is a public high school that is temporarily located on the campus of the as yet unopened Green Level High School in Cary, North Carolina, United States, and is part of the Wake County Public School System (WCPSS).
"Apocalypse" is the fourth episode of the first series of British sitcom Bottom.
Apocalypse is a chess variant invented by C. S. Elliott in 1976.
Apolonia Litwińska (born 25 July 1928), née Osikowicz, is a Polish chess player who won the Polish Women's Chess Championship in 1961.
The following events occurred in April 1975.
Aquinas College, Menai is a Roman Catholic Systemic Private Co-Educational day school for students of Years 7 to 12.
Aquinas College is a Catholic independent, day and boarding school for boys at Salter Point, Perth, Western Australia.
The Arab Chess Federation (ArabFide) (الاتحاد العربي للشطرنج) is a non-profit organization that promotes chess within the Arab world.
Arabic influence on the Spanish language overwhelmingly dates from the Muslim rule in the Iberian Peninsula between 711 and 1492.
Archon II: Adept is a 1984 action-strategy video game developed by Free Fall Associates' Jon Freeman, Paul Reiche III and Anne Westfall, and published by Electronic Arts for various platforms.
Archon: The Light and the Dark is a 1983 video game developed by Free Fall Associates and one of the first five games published by Electronic Arts.
The Argentine Chess Federation (Federación Argentina de Ajedrez - FADA) is the national organism for chess in Argentina.
Ariadne's thread, named for the legend of Ariadne, is the solving of a problem with multiple apparent means of proceeding - such as a physical maze, a logic puzzle, or an ethical dilemma - through an exhaustive application of logic to all available routes.
Ariah (Aryeh) Lev Mohiliver (Mohilever) (born May 16, 1904, Białystok; died 1996 in Jerusalem, Israel) was an Israeli chess master and editor.
Arianne Bo Caoili (born 22 December 1986) is an Australian chess player.
Ariel Hugo Sorín (born 26 April 1967) is an Argentine chess Grandmaster.
Arik Braun (born 8 February 1988) is a German chess grandmaster and the world's first chessboxer of Grandmaster strength.
Aristide Gromer (Dunkirk, 11 April 1908 – ?) was a French chess master.
The Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (A.U.Th.; often called the Aristotelian University or University of Thessaloniki; Αριστοτέλειο Πανεπιστήμιο Θεσσαλονίκης) is the sixth oldest and among the most highly ranked tertiary education institutions in Greece.
Chirukandath Manoj Arjun Vishnuvardhan (born 21 August 1990), generally known as Arjun Vishnuvardhan, is an Indian chess player who is an International Master in the United States of America.
Arkadij Naiditsch (Arkadiy Naydiç; born 25 October 1985) is an Azerbaijani (since 2015) chess grandmaster that previously represented Latvia (until 2005) and Germany (2005–2015).
Arlington is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, six miles (10 km) northwest of Boston.
Arman Pashikian (Արման Փաշիկյան; born July 28, 1987, Irkutsk, Russia) is an Armenian chess Grandmaster.
Armand Edward Blackmar, was born in Vermont in 1826, to parents Reuben Harmon and Amanda (Cushman) Blackmar.
Armenian Brazilians (armeno-brasileiro, armênio-brasileiro) are Brazilian persons who are fully, partially, or predominantly of Armenian descent, or Armenian immigrants in Brazil.
AGBU Armenian Virtual College (AVC) is an accredited online learning institution that facilitates Armenian Studies through new technologies.
Armenian–Jewish relations are complex, often due to political and historical reasons.
Armenians (հայեր, hayer) are an ethnic group native to the Armenian Highlands.
The Armenians in Singapore are a small community who had a significant presence in the early history of Singapore.
The Armenians in Syria are Syrian citizens of either full or partial Armenian descent.
The Armenians have historically been one of the main ethnic groups in the city of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia. Armenians are the largest ethnic minority in Tbilisi at 4.8% of the population. Armenians migrated to the Georgian lands in the Middle Ages, during the Muslim rule of Armenia. They formed the single largest group of city's population in the 19th century. Official Georgian statistics of 2014 put the number of Armenians in Tbilisi 53,409 people. Tbilisi or Tiflis (as most Armenians call it) was the center of cultural life of Armenians in the Russian Empire from early 19th century to early 20th century.
Arnau Mir de Tost (c. 1000 – after 1072) was a Catalan nobleman of Urgell, the lord of Llordà and viscount of Àger, a major figure in the eleventh-century Reconquista in Catalonia.
Arnaud Hauchard (born 15 November 1971) is a French chess grandmaster (2000).
Arne Zwaig (born 6 February 1947) is a Norwegian chess player who holds the title of International Master.
Arnold Aurbach (ca. 1888, Warsaw – 31 December 1952, ?) was a Polish–French chess master.
Arnold Sheldon Denker (February 20, 1914 – January 2, 2005) was an American chess player, Grandmaster, and chess author.
Arnold Pesti (15 January 1914 - 22 January 1990) was a lieutenant in the Estonian military.
Arnold Schottländer (2 April 1854 – 9 September 1909) was a German chess master.
Arnold (Arnoldus) Johannes van den Hoek (1 December 1921, Amsterdam – 14 January 1945, Watenstedt, suburb of Braunschweig) was a Dutch chess master.
Jhr. Arnold Engelinus van Foreest (29 June 1863 – 24 June 1954) was a Dutch chess master.
Aron Iosifovich Katsenelinboigen (Арон Иосифович Каценелинбойген; September 2, 1927 – July 30, 2005) was a founder of predispositioning theory, a subject in decision theory and systems theory that models development in the context of uncertainty.
Aron Nimzowitsch (Ārons Nimcovičs, Аро́н Иса́евич Нимцо́вич, Aron Isayevich Nimtsovich; born Aron Niemzowitsch; 7 November 1886 – 16 March 1935) was a Russian-born, Danish leading chess grandmaster and influential chess writer.
Aron Zabłudowski (1909 – 1941 in Białystok) was a Polish chess master.
Arpad Emmerich Elo (born Árpád Imre Élő; August 25, 1903 – November 5, 1992) was the creator of the Elo rating system for two-player games such as chess.
Arsen Yegiazarian (Արսեն Եղիազարյան, born June 18, 1970 in Yerevan) is an Armenian chess Grandmaster (2000) and FIDE Senior Trainer (2011).
Arshak B. Petrosian (Արշակ Պետրոսյան; born December 16, 1953) is an Armenian chess player and National Coach.
Artashes Minasian (sometimes transliterated as Minasyan; Արտաշես Մինասյան; born 21 January 1967) is an Armenian chess grandmaster.
Arthur Bernard Bisguier (October 8, 1929April 5, 2017) was an American chess grandmaster, chess promoter, and writer.
Arthur Dake (Darkowski) (8 April 1910 – 28 April 2000) was an American chess master.
Arthur Dunkelblum (23 April 1906 – 27 January 1979) was a Polish-born Belgian chess master.
Arthur William Feuerstein (born December 20, 1935) is an American chess player and winner of the first U.S. Armed Forces Chess Championship.
Arthur Ssegwanyi (born March 12, 1988) is a Ugandan chess player.
Arthur Villanueva (born January 20, 1989 in Bago City, Negros Occidental, Philippines) is a Filipino professional boxer.
Arthur Joseph Wijnans (21 July 1920 in Padang, Indonesia – 3 May 1945, in Neustadt in Holstein) was a Dutch chess player, study composer and member of the Dutch resistance against the Germans in World War II.
In chess, artificial castling (also called castling by hand) refers to a maneuver in which a king which has lost the right to castle achieves a castled position in several normal moves, instead of the one special move.
Artificial intelligence (AI, also machine intelligence, MI) is intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence (NI) displayed by humans and other animals.
In video games, artificial intelligence is used to generate responsive, adaptive or intelligent behaviors primarily in non-player characters (NPCs), similar to human-like intelligence.
Artificial neural networks (ANNs) or connectionist systems are computing systems vaguely inspired by the biological neural networks that constitute animal brains.
Artur Jakubiec (born 3 December 1973) is a Polish chess Grandmaster, a title he was awarded in 2002.
Artur Popławski (1860, in Warsaw – 1918, in Warsaw) was a Polish chess master.
Artur Mayakovich Yusupov (Арту́р Маякович Юсу́пов; Artur Majakowitsch Jussupow; born February 13, 1960 in Moscow, Soviet Union) is a Russian chess grandmaster and a chess writer.
Arturo Bonet Polledo (? – ?) was a Spanish chess master.
Arturo Liebstein, sometimes listed as Isaac Liebstein, was an Uruguayan chess master.
Arturo Pomar Salamanca (1 September 1931 – 26 May 2016) was a Spanish chess player.
Arturo Reggio (9 January 1863, Gorizia, then the Austro-Hungarian Empire - 17 July 1917, Milan) was an Italian chess master.
Arturs Bernotas (born 1 June 1995) is a Latvian chess player.
Arturs Neikšāns (born March 16, 1983, Valka) is a Latvian chess Grandmaster (2012) and FIDE Trainer (2012).
Artyom Timofeev (Артём Тимофеев; born January 6, 1985 in Kazan) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Arundel High School is a public high school located in the suburban CPD of Gambrills, Maryland, Anne Arundel County, which lies 15 minutes away from Annapolis, and 30 minutes from both Baltimore and Washington D.C. The school is part of the Anne Arundel County Public School system, and is the primary high school for Gambrills and portions of the Odenton and Crofton areas.
Arusiak Grigorian (Արուսյակ Գրիգորյան; born 11 April 1977) is an Armenian chess player with the title of Woman FIDE Master.
Arved Heinrichsen (Arvydas Hainričsenas, 23 November 1879, in Vilnius – 23 August 1900, in Vilnius), was a Lithuanian chess master.
Arvid Kubbel (12 September 1889 – 11 January 1938) was a Russian chess player and composer of chess problems and endgame studies.
Arvind Kumar Sinha (born 28 May 1954) is a FIDE master and a reputed International rated chess player.
Aryam Abreu Delgado (born 9 July 1978) is a Cuban chess Grandmaster (2008).
Aryan Tari (آریـن طاری; born 4 June 1999) is a Norwegian chess grandmaster.
The ASEAN Para Games is a biannual multi-sport event held after every Southeast Asian Games involving disabled athletes from the current 11 Southeast Asia countries.
ASEAN University Games (AUG) is a biennial sports event that involves athletes from the universities of the ASEAN member countries.
Asela de Armas Pérez (born December 12, 1954) is a Cuban chess player who holds the FIDE title of Woman International Master (1978).
Ashdod (help; أَشْدُود or إِسْدُود) is the sixth-largest city and the largest port in Israel accounting for 60% of the country's imported goods.
Ashot Anastasian (Աշոտ Անաստասյան; 10 July 1964 – 26 December 2016) was an Armenian chess Grandmaster.
Ashot Nadanian (sometimes transliterated as Nadanyan; Աշոտ Նադանյան; born September 19, 1972) is an Armenian chess International Master (1997), chess theoretician and chess coach.
Ashtāpada (अष्टापद) or Ashtapadi is an Indian board game which predates chess and was mentioned on the list of games that Gautama Buddha would not play.
Ashtapadis or Ashtapadi refers to the Sanskrit hymns of the Geetha Govinda, composed by Jayadeva in the 12th Century.
The Asian Chess Championship is a chess tournament open to all players from Asian chess federations (FIDE zones from 3.1 to 3.7).
The Asian Senior Chess Championship is an annual chess tournament organised by the Asian Chess Federation (ACF).
Quebracho blanco, called kebrako or white quebracho, is a South American tree species, native to Brazil, N Argentina, Bolivia, Paraguay, and Uruguay.
The Associated Independent Colleges, or AIC, is a group of independent secondary schools in south-east Queensland, Australia.
The Association of Chess Professionals (ACP) is a non-profit organisation which aims to protect the rights of professional chess players, address their concerns and to promote chess worldwide through the organisation of high-level chess tournaments and maintaining a ranking system of the top professionals.
The Association of IOC Recognised International Sports Federations (ARISF) is a non-governmental, non-profit organisation constituted through and recognised by the International Olympic Committee (IOC).
KKS Astra Krotoszyn is a Polish sports club from Krotoszyn, Greater Poland.
AT-43 is a science fiction tabletop wargame using 28 mm miniature figures and terrain to scale developed and published by the French company Rackham.
Atanas Kolev (Атанас Колев; born July 15, 1967) is a Bulgarian Grandmaster of chess.
Club Atlético Tucumán (mostly known as Atlético Tucumán) is an Argentinian football club based in the city of San Miguel de Tucumán of Tucumán Province.
Atousa Pourkashiyan (آتوسا پورکاشیان.; born 16 May 1988 in Tehran) is an Iranian chess player who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster and six-time Iranian women's champion (2007, 2008, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2014).
Atromitos Football Club (PAE APS Atromitos Athinon, literally meaning "Fearless"), also known as Atromitos, is an association football club based in Peristeri, Athens that plays in the Superleague Greece.
Atulya Arya Shetty (born 1996) is an American chess International Master from Michigan.
Augusto de Muro (? – 1959) was an Argentine chess player and organizer.
Augusts Strautmanis (July 11, 1907, Riga – January 8, 1990, Ikšķile, Latvia) was a Latvian chess master.
Augustus Mongredien (1807–1888) was a corn merchant, also known as a political economist and writer.
Augustus II (10 April 1579 – 17 September 1666), called the Younger (August der Jüngere), a member of the House of Welf was Duke of Brunswick-Lüneburg.
Aulikki Ristoja (also Ristoja-Lehtimäki, born 2 January 1949) is a Finnish chess player who holds the title of Lady International Correspondence Chess Master (LIMC, 1998).
The Australian Masters is a chess tournament that has been held in Melbourne, Australia, annually since 1987.
The Australian Chess Championship is a tournament organised by the Australian Chess Federation and held every two years.
The Australian Chess Federation (ACF) is dedicated to promoting the game of chess in Australia, and is a member of FIDE, the World Chess Federation.
The Australian Women's Masters is a chess tournament that has been held in Melbourne, Australia, annually since January 2013.
The Austrian Chess Federation (German: Österreichischer Schachbund - ÖSB) is the national organisation for chess in Austria.
Avalanche chess is a chess variant designed by Ralph Betza in 1977.
Avetik Grigoryan (Ավետիք Գրիգորյան, born January 27, 1989) is an Armenian chess Grandmaster (2008).
Avital Boruchovsky (May 16, 1997) is an Israeli chess player.
The AVRO tournament was a famous chess tournament held in the Netherlands in 1938, sponsored by the Dutch broadcasting company AVRO.
Awadagin Pratt (born March 6, 1966) is a concert pianist from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Awards of Olympic Committee of Serbia are proclaimed since 1994, at the end of each calendar year, to the most successful athletes.
Awonder Liang (born April 9, 2003) is an American chess prodigy and Grandmaster.
Axel Bachmann Schiavo (born November 4, 1989, in Ciudad del Este) is a Paraguayan chess player who holds the Grandmaster title.
Aynur Sofiyeva (born 19 July 1970) is an Azerbaijani politician and former chess player.
Azer Mirzoev (Azər Mirzəyev), (born 20 March 1978) is an Azerbaijani chess Grandmaster (2001).
The Azerbaijan Chess Federation (Azərbaycan Şahmat Federasiyası, AŞF) is the governing chess organization in Azerbaijan and is affiliated to the World Chess Federation FIDE.
Azerbaijanis or Azeris (Azərbaycanlılar آذربایجانلیلار, Azərilər آذریلر), also known as Azerbaijani Turks (Azərbaycan türkləri آذربایجان تورکلری), are a Turkic ethnic group living mainly in the Iranian region of Azerbaijan and the sovereign (former Soviet) Republic of Azerbaijan.
Azerisport.com is an Azerbaijani sports news website launched by Vugar Zeynalov on November 22, 2006.
Azhar College is a Muslim school established in 1907 in Akurana in the Kandy District of Central Province, Sri Lanka.
Árpád Vajda (2 May 1896, Rimaszombat (Rimavská Sobota) – 25 October 1967, Budapest) was a Hungarian chess master.
Éric Prié, born 14 March 1962 in Paris, is a French chess player, International Grandmaster since 1996, currently playing for Montpellier Échecs.
Étienne Bacrot (born 22 January 1983 in Lille) is a French chess grandmaster and former chess prodigy.
Éva Karakas (née Fürst, 15 February 1922 – 7 May 1995) was a Hungarian chess grandmaster.
Íþróttafélagið Grótta (English: Grótta Sports Club) is an Icelandic sports club based in the town of Seltjarnarnes, in the Capital Region.
Đào Thiên Hải (born 10 May 1978 in Sa Đéc) is a Vietnamese chess player and trainer.
İsa Necati (died 1509), usually referred to as Necati or Nejati, was an Ottoman poet, and the first great lyric of Ottoman Turkish literature.
Ľubomír Ftáčnik (born October 30, 1957 in Bratislava) is a Slovak chess player and a former European Junior Champion.
Łukasz Cyborowski (born 21 June 1980) is a Polish chess Grandmaster (2003).
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Šarūnas Šulskis (born 26 November 1972 in Kėdainiai) is a Lithuanian chess Grandmaster (1996).
ŠK Bosna, or Šahovski klub Bosna is a chess club from Sarajevo Canton, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Željko Bogut (born October 8, 1969 in Mostar, SR Bosnia and Herzegovina, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian chess player and two time national champion, only player in Bosnia and Herzegovina who won title twice, in 2006 and in 2010.
B18 or B-18 may refer to.
Baadur Jobava (ბაადურ ჯობავა; born 26 November 1983) is a Georgian chess grandmaster and three-time Georgian champion (2003, 2007, 2012).
Bačka Palanka (Бачка Паланка) is a town and municipality located in the South Bačka District of the autonomous province of Vojvodina, Serbia.
Babasaheb Naik College of Engineering (BNCoE), Pusad (बाबासाहेब नाईक अभियांत्रिकी महाविद्यालय, पुसद), founded in 1983, is a not-for-profit engineering college run by the Janta Shikshan Prasharak Mandal, located at Pusad, Yeotmal District in Vidarbha region of the state of Maharashtra, India.
Babu Banarasi Das University is a state private university having its Main Campus in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, India established by Akhilesh Das in 2010 and named after his father and former Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Banarasi Das.
M.R.Lalit Babu or Musunuri Lalit Babu (born in Vijayawada, Krishna District, Andhra Pradesh, India) is an Indian chess Grandmaster.
Bachar Kouatly (Arabic: بشار قوتلي) (born 3 March 1958 in Damascus) is a French chess grandmaster, journalist and activist.
In chess, a back-rank checkmate (also known as the corridor mate) is a checkmate delivered by a rook or queen along a back rank (that is, the row on which the pieces stand at the start of the game) in which the mated king is unable to move up the board because the king is blocked by friendly pieces (usually pawns) on the second rank.
Backgammon is one of the oldest known board games.
Backtracking is a general algorithm for finding all (or some) solutions to some computational problems, notably constraint satisfaction problems, that incrementally builds candidates to the solutions, and abandons a candidate ("backtracks") as soon as it determines that the candidate cannot possibly be completed to a valid solution.
In chess, a backward pawn is a pawn that is behind all pawns of the same color on the adjacent files and cannot be safely advanced.
Bailey road is a well-known thoroughfare in Dhaka, the capital city of Bangladesh.
Bajina Bašta (Бајина Башта) is a town and municipality located in the Zlatibor District of western Serbia.
Bakhrabad Gas Adarsha Bidhalaya (বাখরাবাদ গ্যাস আদর্শ বিদ্যালয়) is a co-educational Bangladeshi high school (Grade I-XI) in Comilla about a half kilometre north from Comilla Medical College.
Balboa High School, colloquially known as Bal, is an American public high school located near the Excelsior District in the Mission Terrace neighborhood of San Francisco, California.
(Hermann) Balduin Wolff (15 July 1819 – 21 November 1907) was a German painter of the Romantic period, and a chess player.
Baldur Möller (Reykjavík, 19 August 1914 – 23 November 1999) was an Icelandic chess master.
The Balogh Defense (also known as the Balogh Counter Gambit) is an unusual chess opening beginning with the moves: It may also arise by transposition from the Staunton Gambit against the Dutch Defense, 1.d4 f5 2.e4!?, if Black declines the gambit with 2...d6.
Bandarwela Madya Maha Vidyalaya (Bandarawela Central College) is a public school in Uva province, Sri Lanka which was founded in 1948 as a section of Royal College Colombo.
A bandura (банду́ра) is a Ukrainian, plucked string, folk instrument.
Bang! Howdy is an online free-to-play strategy game published by YourFunWorld Studios and the original was released on December 1, 2006 after public beta testing by Three Rings Design.
Bangabandu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman Science and Technology University (BSMRSTU) (বঙ্গবন্ধু শেখ মুজিবুর রহমান বিজ্ঞান ও প্রযুক্তি বিশ্ববিদ্যালয়) is a public university located in Gobra, Gopalganj, Bangladesh.
The Bangladesh National Chess Championship is the annual individual national chess championship of Bangladesh.
Barış Esen (born November 3, 1986) is a Turkish chess grandmaster.
Barbara Jaracz (born 8 June 1977), née Grabarska, is a Poland chess Woman Grandmaster (2007).
Barbara Kaczorowska (born 21 October 1960), née Szumiło, is a Polish chess player who won the Polish Women's Chess Championship in 1993.
Barbara Pernici (born 26 June 1956, Trieste) is an Italian chess player who holds the title of Woman FIDE master (WFM).
Barbato Rometti (full Italian name: Barbato Nicola Rometti; full French name: Barbato Nicolas Rometti; also Bernard Rometti) (23 June 1896, Umbertide, Italy – 22 August 1975, Nice, France) was a French chess player.
Barca is a two-player strategy board game invented by Andrew Caldwell.
In chess and chess variants, a bare king (or lone king) is a game position where one player has only the king remaining (i.e. all the player's other pieces have been).
Barnes & Noble, Inc., a Fortune 500 company, is the bookseller with the largest number of retail outlets in the United States, and a retailer of content, digital media, and educational products.
The Nook 1st Edition (styled "nook") is the first generation of the Nook e-book reader developed by American book retailer Barnes & Noble, based on the Android platform.
Barnes Opening is a chess opening where White opens with: The opening is named after Thomas Wilson Barnes (1825–1874), an English player who had an impressive eight wins over Paul Morphy, including one game where Barnes answered 1.e4 with 1...f6, known as Barnes Defence.
Baroque chess is a chess variant invented in 1962 by Robert Abbott.
Barranquilla is a city and municipality located in northern Colombia.
Barry Martin (born 1943) is a British artist associated with the Kinetic Art movement of the 1960s, in which physical movement was incorporated into art.
Bartłomiej Heberla (born 19 June 1985), in Rybnik is a Polish chess Grandmaster (2006) and currently one of the leading Polish players.
Bartłomiej Macieja (born 4 October 1977) is a chess Grandmaster from Poland.
Bartosz Soćko (born 10 November 1978 in Piaseczno, Poland) is a Polish chess Grandmaster.
Baruch Harold Wood MSc OBE (13 July 1909 – 4 April 1989), generally known as B. H. Wood, was an English chess player, editor and author.
Baseball FeverThe title refers to the protagonist (Ezra Feldman) and his obsession of baseball; however, it may also refer to his educative father and his depicted sourness of Ezra and his addiction to baseball.
Basic Chess Endings (abbreviated BCE) is a book on chess endgames which was written by Grandmaster Reuben Fine and originally published on October 27, 1941.
The Basilica Julia (Basilica Giulia) was a structure that once stood in the Roman Forum.
Baskaran Adhiban (born 15 August 1992 in Mayiladuthurai) is an Indian chess Grandmaster.
Bassem Amin (born 9 September 1988) is an Egyptian chess grandmaster.
Batchimeg Tuvshintugs (Түвшинтөгсийн Батчимэг, Tüvshintögsiin Batchimeg; born 3 May 1986) is a Mongolian chess player holding the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Batkhuyagiin Möngöntuul (born 8 October 1987) is a Mongolian chess player who holds the FIDE titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Bator Sambuev (Батор Самбуев; born November 25, 1980) is a Russian-Canadian chess player who holds the title of Grandmaster.
A battery in chess is a formation that consists of two or more pieces on the same rank, file, or diagonal.
Battle Chess is a video game version of chess in which the chess pieces come to life and battle one another when capturing.
The Battle of Sisak (Bitka kod Siska; Bitka pri Sisku; Schlacht bei Sissek; Kulpa Bozgunu) was fought on 22 June 1593 between Ottoman regional forces of Telli Hasan Pasha, a notable commander (Beglerbeg) of the Eyalet of Bosnia, and a combined Christian army from the Habsburg lands, mainly Kingdom of Croatia and Inner Austria.
A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife, sword, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit on the end of a rifles muzzle, allowing it to be used as a pike.
Bærum is a municipality in Akershus County, Norway.
Béla Berger (12 August 1931, Szombathely, Hungary – December 2005, Sydney, Australia) was a Hungarian-Australian chess master.
Béla Perényi (October 20, 1953–November 13, 1988) was a Hungarian chess international master known for his work in opening theory.
Bălți (Belz, Bielce, Бельцы,, Бєльці,, בעלץ) is a city in Moldova.
BŠK Zmaj Blato is a Croatian football club based in the municipality of Blato, situated on the western part of island of Korčula.
Beata Zawadzka (born 26 June 1986 in Warsaw) is a Polish chess player.
Beatriz M. Marinello (formerly known as Beatriz MacArthur; born May 14, 1964) is an American chess player with the title Woman International Master (WIM), and a vice president of FIDE.
Beau Travail (French for "good work") is a 1999 French film directed by Claire Denis that is loosely based on Herman Melville's 1888 novella Billy Budd.
Beauty and the Geek is a reality television series that is an international franchise, the U.S version is shown on The CW.
Beşiktaş Jimnastik Kulübü (Beşiktaş Gymnastics Club), also known simply as Beşiktaş, is a Turkish sports club founded in 1903, and based in the Beşiktaş district of Istanbul, Turkey.
Beckett Farm Public School was founded in 2014 in Markham, Ontario, Canada.
Bedazzled is a 2000 black-comedy film directed by Harold Ramis and starring Brendan Fraser and Elizabeth Hurley.
Beersheba, also spelled Beer-Sheva (בְּאֵר שֶׁבַע; بئر السبع), is the largest city in the Negev desert of southern Israel.
Behemoth (кот Бегемот) is a character from the novel The Master and Margarita by the Russian writer Mikhail Bulgakov.
Beijing Tiyu Guangbo (Chinese: 北京体育广播) is also known as the "Beijing Sports Station".
Bela Khotenashvili (ბელა ხოტენაშვილი; born 1 June 1988) is a Georgian chess grandmaster.
Belda College is a co-educational college situated at Belda, Paschim Medinipur, West Bengal.
The Belize National Youth Chess Foundation (B.N.Y.C.F.) was co-founded by Ian & Ella Anderson in the summer of 2007 as a not-for-profit organization and with a small army of volunteers it spread throughout the country.
Bell High School is a high school located in the Bells Corners neighborhood of Ottawa, Ontario.
Bella Igla (בלה איגלה; Белла Игла; born June 2, 1985 in Russia) is an Israeli female chess player, holding the title of Woman Grandmaster.
Bellevue High School is a public secondary school located in Bellevue, Washington.
Belpahar English Medium School (School Code OR038) is a co-educational Higher Secondary School (HSC) of Belpahar region in Odisha affiliated to CISCECouncil for the Indian School Certificate Examinations, New Delhi for ICSE (Class X) and ISC (Class XII).
Ben Finegold (born September 6, 1969 in Detroit, Michigan) is an American chess Grandmaster.
Bennett A. "Ben" Masel (October 17, 1954 – April 30, 2011) was an American writer, publisher, cannabis rights and free speech activist, expert witness for marijuana defendants, and frequent candidate for public office.
Ben Pridmore is a former world memory champion, memory sport competitor and accountant.
Benedictine High School is a private, Roman Catholic, college preparatory high school for men, located in Cleveland, Ohio, United States.
Bengal (Bānglā/Bôngô /) is a geopolitical, cultural and historical region in Asia, which is located in the eastern part of the Indian subcontinent at the apex of the Bay of Bengal.
The Bengal Chess Association (BCA) is the apex body for the game of chess in West Bengal, India.
Bengt August Edvard Ekenberg (27 June 1912 in Gothenburg – 17 August 1986) was a Swedish chess master.
Beniamino Vergani (Montebelluna, 2 June 1863 – 15 July 1927) was an Italian chess master.
Benito Higinio Villegas (11 January 1877 – 27 April 1952) was an Argentine chess master.
Benjamin McAlester Anderson Jr. (May 1, 1886 – January 19, 1949) was an American economist of the Austrian School.
Benjamin Blumenfeld (24 May 1884, Vilkaviškis – 5 March 1947, Moscow) was a Russian chess master.
Benjamin Franklin (April 17, 1790) was an American polymath and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Benjámin Gledura (born 4 July 1999) is a Hungarian chess grandmaster.
Jørgen Bent Larsen (4 March 19359 September 2010) was a Danish chess grandmaster and author.
Berge Østenstad (born 15 September 1964) is a Norwegian chess player and Norway's sixth International Grandmaster.
The Berlin Pleiades – a group of seven stars of German chess - Die Berliner Schule or Das Berliner Siebengestirn (die Plejaden) – in the 19th century, lasting 1837–43.
Berna Carrasco Araya (Carrasco de Budinich) (19 December 1914 – 7 July 2013) was a Chilean chess master, born in San Bernardo, Chile.
Bernard Cafferty (born 27 June 1934 in Blackburn, Lancashire) is an English chess master, columnist, writer, magazine editor and translator.
Bernard Zuckerman (born March 31, 1943 in Brooklyn, New York) is an International Master of chess.
Bernardo Roselli Mailhe (born 17 September 1965, Carmelo) a Uruguayan chess master.
Bernardo Wexler (Bucharest, 1 April 1925 – Buenos Aires, 30 June 1988) was an Argentine chess master.
Bernat Fenollar, also Mossèn (Bernat de) Fenollar (Valencian Community, 1438 – Valencia, 28 February 1516) was a poet, cleric and chess player from Valencia, Spain.
Bernd Eisenfeld (9 January 1941 – 12 June 2010), also known by the pseudonym Fred Werner, was an opponent of the East German dictatorship who became a writer and an historian.
Bernhard (Bernát) Fleissig (born 1853, Hungary – died 7 March 1931, Vienna) was a Hungarian-born Austrian chess master.
Bernhard Gregory (in Tallinn – 2 February 1939 in Berlin) was a Baltic German chess master.
Bernhard Horwitz (1807 in Neustrelitz – 1885) was a German chess master and chess writer.
Bernhard Kagan (15 August 1866 – 27 November 1932, Berlin) was a German chess player, writer, publisher, editor, and organizer.
Berta Krezberg (Берта Давыдовна Крезберг; 17 September 1911, Vologda — 22 August 1992, Moscow) was a Soviet chess player who won the Georgian Women Chess Championship (1937).
Berthold Englisch (9 July 1851, Hotzenplotz – 19 October 1897, Vienna) was a leading Austrian chess master.
Berthold Koch (22 February 1899 – 2 May 1988) was a German chess master and journalist.
Berthold Lasker (also Berthold, per birth registry Jonathan Berthold Barnett)per birth registry (Archiwum Państwowe Gorzów Wielkopolski, Sąd Obwodowy w Barlinku, Duplikaty księg metrykalnych gminy żydowskiej, signature 66/886/0/3/4, item 105); on the gravestone 31.
Berthold Suhle (1 January 1837, Stolp, Province of Pomerania, now Poland – 26 January 1904, Germany) was a German chess master.
Bertil Sundberg (July 7, 1907, Stockholm – July 20, 1979, Stockholm) was a Sweden chess player.
Bertina Henrichs (born 1966, Frankfurt am Main) is a German writer who writes in French and lives in Paris.
Bessel Kok (born in Hilversum, 13 December 1941) is a Dutch businessman and chess organiser living in Prague.
Betül Cemre Yıldız (born 16 May 1989) is a top female chess player from Turkey.
Bethany High is an ICSE and ISC affiliated school in Kormangala, Bangalore, India.
Beyond the Realm of Conscience is a 2009 Hong Kong television series.
Bhagyashree Thipsay (née Sathe;D.K. Bharadwaj (2003-05-13).. Press Information Bureau, Government of India. born 4 August 1961) is an Indian chess player holding the title of Woman International Master (WIM).
Bhau Daji Lad (Ramachandra Vitthal Lad) (1822–74) was an Indian physician, Sanskrit scholar, and an antiquary, of the Goud Saraswat Brahmin community, who hailed from a village in Goa called Mandrem in 1822 and later moved to Mumbai.
Bhavan's Vidya Mandir, Girinagar is a Senior Secondary School (Std. I–XII) affiliated to the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), New Delhi.
Bhim Rao Ambedkar College came into existence in 1991 during the birth centenary year of Bharat Ratna Baba Saheb Bhim Rao Ambedkar.
Bibisara Assaubayeva (born 26 February 2004) is a chess prodigy from Taraz, Kazakhstan.
The Biel International Chess Festival is an annual chess tournament that takes place in Biel/Bienne, Switzerland.
Big Nate is an American comic strip written and illustrated by Lincoln Peirce.
Biljana Dekić (born in Belgrade, former Yugoslavia) is a chess Woman International Master who has represented Australia in eleven Chess Olympiads.
William "Bill" Cornwall (born July 4, 1943) is an American chess coach, educator, and journalist best known for his long-running weekly chess column, "Chess: A Knight's Tour".
William Norman "Bill" Flemming (September 3, 1926 – July 20, 2007) was an American television sports journalist who was one of the original announcers for the ABC Sports show Wide World of Sports.
Bill Robertie (born in Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States on July 9, 1946) is a backgammon, chess, and poker player and author.
Bingley Grammar School (BGS) is a Voluntary aided school for both boys and girls from the ages of 11–18 and is located on the outskirts of Bingley, West Yorkshire, England.
Biological naturalism is a theory about, among other things, the relationship between consciousness and body (i.e. brain), and hence an approach to the mind–body problem.
Birbal Sahni FRS (14 November 1891 – 10 April 1949) was an Indian paleobotanist who studied the fossils of the Indian subcontinent.
Birdie Reeve Kay, born Birdie Reeve (January 16, 1907 - May 31, 1996"Birdie Reeve Kay, 89, Performer in Vaudeville", Chicago Sun-Times, June 3, 1996), was an American champion typist who performed in the 1920s in vaudeville.
A bishop (♗,♝) is a piece in the board game of chess.
The bishop and knight checkmate in chess is the checkmate of a lone king which can be forced by a bishop, knight, and king.
Bishop Timon – St.
A bitboard is a data structure commonly used in computer systems that play board games.
Bitmessage is a decentralized, encrypted, peer-to-peer, trustless communications protocol that can be used by one person to send encrypted messages to another person, or to multiple subscribers.
Björn Thorfinnsson (born 25 October 1979) is an Icelandic chess player and journalist.
Bjørn (Björn, Bjorn) Nielsen (4 October 1907 – 21 May 1949) was a Danish chess master.
Bjelice (Бјелице/Bjelice) is a historical region and tribe of the Katunska nahija of Old Montenegro.
Black is the darkest color, the result of the absence or complete absorption of visible light.
Blind Brook High School (BBHS) is a public, four-year secondary school in Rye Brook, New York, United States.
The Blind Chess Olympiad is an international chess competition for the blind in which teams from all over the world compete against each other.
Blindfold chess (also known as sans voir) is a form of chess play wherein the players do not see the positions of the pieces or touch them.
Blizzard Entertainment, Inc. is an American video game developer and publisher based in Irvine, California, and is a subsidiary of the American company Activision Blizzard.
A block is a defensive tactic in chess in response to an attack, consisting of interposing a piece between the opponent's attacking piece and the piece being attacked.
One aspect of how women are portrayed in popular culture is a purported rivalry between blondes and brunettes.
A blue is an award earned by athletes at a university and some schools for competition at the highest level.
In chess, a blunder is a very bad move.
A board game is a tabletop game that involves counters or moved or placed on a pre-marked surface or "board", according to a set of rules.
Board games were included as events during the 2006 and 2010 Asian Games.
Boavista Futebol Clube, commonly known as Boavista, is a Portuguese sports club from the city of Porto.
Boğaziçi University (also known as Bosphorus University, Boğaziçi Üniversitesi, "Boğaziçi" literally meaning Bosphorus in Turkish) is a major research university located on the European side of the Bosphorus strait in Istanbul, Turkey.
Boško Abramović (Бошко Абрамовић; born 1951, Zrenjanin, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian chess grandmaster and selector of the national team.
Bożena Pytel (born 3 May 1945), née Ziemecka, is a Polish chess player who won the Polish Women's Chess Championship in 1970.
Bożena Sikora-Giżyńska (born 18 April 1960) is a Polish chess player who won the Polish Women's Chess Championship in 1990.
Božidar Đurašević (born 26 April 1933 in Belgrade) is a Serbian chess player.
Božidar Ivanović (Serbian Cyrillic: Божидар Ивановић; born in Cetinje, Montenegro (then Yugoslavia), 24 August 1946) is a chess Grandmaster who now represents Montenegro, a politician, and a chess official.
Božo Biškupić (born 26 April 1938 in Mala Mlaka, near Zagreb) is a Croatian politician and lawyer.
Robert Watson Ferguson (born February 23, 1965) is an American attorney and politician who is the 18th and current Attorney General of Washington, serving since 2013.
Robert A. "Bob" Whitehead (born November 1, 1953) is an early game designer and programmer for the Atari 2600 who co-founded video game companies Activision and Accolade.
Bobby Cheng (born 20 March 1997) is an Australian chess player.
Bobby Darin (born Walden Robert Cassotto; May 14, 1936 – December 20, 1973) was an American singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and actor in film and television.
Robert James Fischer (March 9, 1943January 17, 2008) was an American chess grandmaster and the eleventh World Chess Champion.
Bobby Fischer Against the World is a documentary feature film that explores the life of chess Grandmaster and 11th World Champion Bobby Fischer.
The Bobby Fischer Center (Icelandic: Fischersetur) is a small non-profit biographical museum housing memorabilia of the 1972 World Chess Champion, Bobby Fischer.
Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess is a chess puzzle book written by Bobby Fischer and co-authored by Stuart Margulies and Don Mosenfelder.
Boden's Mate is a checkmating pattern in chess characterized by bishops on two criss-crossing diagonals (for example, bishops on a6 and f4 delivering mate to a king on c8), with possible flight squares for the king being occupied by friendly pieces.
Bodoland, officially the Bodoland Territorial Area Districts (BTAD), is an autonomous territory consisting of areas located in the extreme north on the north bank of the Brahmaputra river, within the state of Assam and north east region of India, by the foothills of Bhutan and Arunachal Pradesh.
Bogdan Yakovlevich Belsky (Богдан Яковлевич Бельский) (died 1611) was a Russian statesman and a close associate of Ivan the Terrible.
Bogdan Lalic (born 8 March 1964) is a Croatian chess grandmaster.
Bogdan-Daniel Deac (born 8 October 2001) is a Romanian chess grandmaster.
In chess, the Monticelli Trap is a combination in the Bogo–Indian Defence, named for Italian champion Mario Monticelli from the game Monticelli versus Prokeš, Budapest 1926.
Bojan Kurajica (born 15 November 1947 in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia) is a Bosnian chess grandmaster (GM).
Bojan Vučković (born 1980) is a Serbian chess Grandmaster.
is a 1983 action-strategy role-playing video game developed by Kōji Sumii (住井浩司) and released by ASCII for the Sharp X1 computer, followed by ports to the MSX, FM-7, NEC PC-6001, NEC PC-8801 and NEC PC-9801 computer platforms, as well as an altered version released for the Family Computer console and later the Virtual Console service.
The Bolivarian Games (Spanish: Juegos Bolivarianos, full name Juegos Deportivos Bolivarianos) are a regional multi-sport event held in honor of Simón Bolívar, and organized by the Bolivarian Sports Organization (Organización Deportiva Bolivariana, ODEBO).
Andrew Bonar Law (16 September 1858 – 30 October 1923), commonly called Bonar Law, was a British Conservative politician who served as Prime Minister of the United Kingdom from 1922 to 1923.
Boncompagno da Signa (also Boncompagnus or Boncompagni; c. 1165/1175 – after 1240) was an Italian scholar, grammarian, historian, and philosopher.
Boris Alterman (בוריס אלתרמן, Борис Альтерман; born May 4, 1970) is an Israeli chess Grandmaster, FIDE Senior Trainer (2010), advisor of the Junior chess program.
Boris Baczynsky (Baczynski) (14 October 1945, Vienna – 2008, United States) was an American chess master.
Boris Blumin (January 11, 1908, Saint Petersburg – February 16, 1998, Trenton, New Jersey) was a Canadian-American chess master.
Boris Abramovich Gelfand (Барыс Абрамавіч Гельфанд, Barys Abramavich Hel'fand; Борис Абрамович Гельфанд, Boris Abramovich Gel'fand; בוריס אברמוביץ' גלפנד; born 24 June 1968) is an Israeli chess Grandmaster.
Boris Pavlovich Grachev (Борис Павлович Грачёв; born 27 March 1986) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Boris Franzevich Gulko (p; born February 9, 1947) is a Soviet-American International Grandmaster in chess.
Boris Nikolaevich Katalymov (Борис Николаевич Каталымов; 13 June 1932 – 1 February 2013), also spelled Katalimov, was a Kazakh and Soviet chess International Master.
Boris Markovich Kogan (בוריס קוגן; February 8, 1940 – December 25, 1993) was a Russian-born American chess master.
Borislav Kostić (aka Boris or Bora Kostic, Kostitsch; 24 February 1887 – 3 November 1963) was a Serbian chess grandmaster and a noted popularizer of the game.
Boris Evgenievich Maliutin (Maljutin, Malyutin, Malutin) (1883–1920) was a Russian chess master.
Boris Rõtov (Boris Rõtov; 20 August 1937 – 10 September 1987) was a Russian-Estonian chess player who won the Estonian Chess Championship (1978).
Boris Savchenko (Борис Савченко; born 10 July 1986) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Boris Vasilievich Spassky (Бори́с Васи́льевич Спа́сский; born January 30, 1937) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Boris Markovich Verlinsky (8 January 1888 in Bakhmut, Ukraine – 30 October 1950 in Moscow, Soviet Union) was a Ukrainian-Russian International Master of chess.
Borislav Krastev Ivanov (Борислав Кръстев Иванов; born 21 December 1987) is a Bulgarian chess FIDE Master.
Borislav Ivkov (born November 12, 1933 in Belgrade) is a Serbian chess Grandmaster.
Borislav Milić (Cyrillic Борислав Милић) (20 October 1925 – 28 May 1986) was a Yugoslav Grandmaster of chess, and a chess writer, organizer, promoter, and administrator.
Borki Predojević (Борки Предојевић; born 6 April 1987 in Teslić) is a Bosnian Serb chess grandmaster, the youngest ever from his country.
Boruch Israël Dyner (27 September 1903 – 13 February 1979) was a Belgian–Israeli chess master.
Bosmansdam High School was founded in 1971 in Bothasig, a suburb of Cape Town, and is a dual medium Afrikaans and English school.
Bosnia and Herzegovina (or; abbreviated B&H; Bosnian and Serbian: Bosna i Hercegovina (BiH) / Боснa и Херцеговина (БиХ), Croatian: Bosna i Hercegovina (BiH)), sometimes called Bosnia-Herzegovina, and often known informally as Bosnia, is a country in Southeastern Europe located on the Balkan Peninsula.
The Bosnia and Herzegovina Chess Championship is the national chess championship of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Bosworth is a four-handed chess variant manufactured by Out of the Box Publishing company since 1998.
Botevgrad (Ботевград), is a town in western Bulgaria.
In Rotterdam on 22 November 1938, then future World Chess Champion Mikhail Botvinnik (as white) defeated former World Champion José Raúl Capablanca in round 11 of the AVRO tournament in one of the most famous games in chess history.
Bountiful High School is a public high school in Bountiful, Utah, for grades 10 to 12.
Bowden is an inner northern suburb of Adelaide, South Australia.
Bracebridge and Muskoka Lakes Secondary School is a high school in Bracebridge, Ontario.
Brad Darrach (real name Henry Bradford Darrach Jr.; 1921–1997) was a journalist and film critic.
Bragi Þorfinnsson (born 10 April 1981) is an Icelandic chess grandmaster.
The Brain is a fictional character, a supervillain appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics commonly as a frequent enemy of the Doom Patrol.
Brains in Bahrain was an eight-game chess match between World Chess Champion Vladimir Kramnik and the computer program Deep Fritz 7, held in October 2002.
Brainwashed (original title Schachnovelle, "Chess Novella") is a 1960 German drama film directed by Gerd Oswald and starring Curd Jürgens, Claire Bloom and Hansjörg Felmy.
In computing, tree data structures, and game theory, the branching factor is the number of children at each node, the outdegree.
Braslav Rabar (27 September 1919, Zagreb – 6 December 1973, Zagreb) was a Croatian chess International Master (1950) and chess writer.
Brax is a two-player abstract strategy board game.
The Brazilian Chess Confederation (Confederação Brasileira de Xadrez) is the national governing body for chess in Brazil and a member of the International Chess Federation (usually referred to as FIDE).
Brücken (Pfalz) is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Brian Kelly (born 3 November 1978, in York, England) is an international chess player.
Brian Patrick Reilly (12 December 1901 in Menton, France – 29 December 1991 in Hastings, England) was an Irish chess Master, writer and magazine editor.
Brigitte Burchardt (born 17 October 1954), née Hofmann, also Burchardt-Hofmann, is a German chess player who holds the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1975).
In shogi, brinkmate or hisshi (必至 "desperation, inevitability" or 必死 "sure kill") is the situation in which an unavoidable 詰め tsume checkmate sequence will be created by the player's next move.
Brisbane State High School (BSHS or often commonly State High or High) is a partially selective, co-educational, state secondary school, located in South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
British Chess Magazine is the world's oldest chess journal in continuous publication.
The British Rapidplay Chess Championships is a rapid play chess congress held in the UK annually since 1986 (with the exception of 1993) under the auspices of the English Chess Federation.
British Mexicans are Mexicans of British descent or British-born persons who have become naturalized citizens of Mexico.
The Bronx High School of Science (commonly called Bronx Science or Science, and formerly Science High) is an elite public high school in New York City.
Brooklyn Technical High School, commonly referred to as Brooklyn Tech, and administratively designated as High School 430, is a New York City public high school that specializes in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.
Brother Theodore (born Theodore Gottlieb; November 11, 1906 – April 5, 2001) was a German-born American monologuist and comedian known for rambling, stream-of-consciousness dialogues which he called "stand-up tragedy".
Bruce Murray Amos (born December 30, 1946 in Toronto, Ontario) is a Canadian International Master of chess, a high-calibre go player, and a mathematician.
Bruce Pandolfini (born September 17, 1947) is an American chess author, teacher, and coach.
Bruce Laurence Rind (born August 3, 1953) is an American psychologist and chess player who has researched intergenerational sexual activity involving individuals below the legal age of consent.
Brumunddal Idrettslag is a Norwegian alliance sports club from Brumunddal, Hedmark.
Bruno Edgar Siegheim (24 May 1875 in Berlin, Germany – 5 November 1952 in Johannesburg, South Africa) was a German–South African chess master.
Bruno Moritz (born 1900, date of death unknown) was a German–Ecuadorian chess master.
Bruno Parma (born December 30, 1941) is a Slovene chess player and Grandmaster.
Bryon Nickoloff (June 23, 1956 – August 3, 2004) was a Canadian International Master of chess.
Bu Xiangzhi (born December 10, 1985) is a Chinese chess grandmaster and Chinese champion in 2004.
The Buchholz system (also spelled Buchholtz) is a ranking or scoring system in chess developed by Bruno Buchholz (died ca. 1958) in 1932, for Swiss system tournaments.
Buckaroo! is a game of physical skill, intended for players aged four and above.
Buenaventura "Bong" Mendieta Villamayor (born May 4, 1967) is the fourth chess player from the Philippines to become a grandmaster.
Bug-Byte Software Ltd. was a company founded in 1980 by Tony Baden and Tony Milner, two Oxford chemistry graduates.
Bughouse chess (also known as Exchange chess, Siamese chess, Tandem chess, Transfer chess, Double bughouse, Cross chess, Swap chess or simply bughouse or bug) is a popular chess variant played on two chessboards by four players in teams of two.
The Bulgarian Chess Championship is an event inaugurated in 1933 to crown the best chess player in Bulgaria.
Bulgarian Sportperson of the Year (Спортист на годината на България, Sportist na godinata na Balgariya) is an annual award given to the best Bulgarian sportsperson of the year.
Burevestnik (Буреве́стник; English: Stormy Petrel) was the All-Union VSS of students and teachers of the most part of high schools and universities in the USSR, established in 1957 (between 1936 and 1957 the society with the same name united workers of Trade Unions of the State trade and State institutions).
Burgdorf (Standard German pronunciation:, Low German: Bortörp) is a town in the Hanover Region, in Lower Saxony, Germany.
Burkhard Malich (born 29 November 1936 in Schweidnitz, Silesia (now Świdnica, Poland)) is a German chess Grandmaster.
Burnsville High School (BHS) is a four-year public high school located in Burnsville, Minnesota, United States.
Burt Hochberg (1933–May 13, 2006) was an expert on chess and other games and puzzles.
Burt Ward (born Bert John Gervis, Jr.; July 6, 1945) is an American actor and activist best known for his portrayal of Robin, the sidekick of Batman (played by Adam West), in the television series Batman (1966–1968), its theatrical feature film, the 1977 Saturday Morning animated series The New Adventures of Batman, Legends of the Superheroes (1979), and two animated feature films, Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders (2016) and Batman vs. Two-Face (2017).
Bury Grammar School Boys is an independent' day school in Bury, Greater Manchester, England, that has existed since c.1570.
Business chess is a variant of chess played in teams.
Butler High School is a public high school in Vandalia, Ohio, a suburb of Dayton.
Buzan's Book of Genius - And How To Unleash Your Own is a book that was first published in 1994 by Tony Buzan and Raymond Keene, from a study that was conducted in an effort to rank the world’s greatest geniuses, and as a self-help guide to developing individual genius.
Byron High School is located in the small city of Byron, Illinois population: 3,284.
Cyril Edwin Mitchinson Joad (12 August 1891 – 9 April 1953) was an English philosopher and broadcasting personality.
Smt Chandibai Himathmal Mansukhani College,(چندِيٻائي هِمٿمل منسُکاڻي ڪاليج) also known as Smt.
C.W. Jefferys Collegiate Institute is a semestered public secondary school in the Jane and Finch area of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
Club Deportivo El Nacional is an Ecuadorian sports club from Quito, known best for their professional football team.
Caïssa is a fictional Thracian dryad portrayed as the goddess of chess, as invented during the Renaissance by Italian poet Hieronymus Vida.
Cadet College Kallar Kahar is a residential institution near Kallar Kahar, Chakwal District, Punjab.
The Café de la Régence in Paris was an important European centre of chess in the 18th and 19th centuries.
, officially the, (Cebuano: Dakbayan sa Cagayan de Oro; Filipino: Lungsod ng Cagayan de Oro), or simply referred to as Cagayan de Oro City, is a highly urbanized city in Northern Mindanao,.
Caguas, founded in 1775, is a city and municipality of Puerto Rico (U.S.) located in the Central Mountain Range of Puerto Rico, south of San Juan and Trujillo Alto, west of Gurabo and San Lorenzo, east of Aguas Buenas, Cidra, and Cayey.
Calvin Barry Blocker (born 1955 in Cleveland, Ohio) is an International Master of chess.
Calvin Prasad (born March 11, 1980) is an Indo-Fijian chess player.
Camaligan National High School, formerly known as Sto.
Cambridge Springs is a home rule municipality, formerly a borough, in Crawford County, Pennsylvania, United States.
Camelot is a strategy board game for two players.
Camilla Baginskaite (Kamilė Baginskaitė; born 24 April 1967 in Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR) is an American-Lithuanian chess Woman Grandmaster (WGM) and chess teacher.
Canadian chess periodicals encompasses the names, publication dates and history of the many chess magazines published in Canada.
The Canadian Open Chess Championship is Canada's Open chess championship, first held in 1956, and held annually since 1973, usually in mid-summer.
Canberra Grammar School (CGS) is an independent, day and boarding school for boys and girls, located in Red Hill, a suburb of Canberra, the capital of Australia.
In abstract strategy board games, candidate moves are moves which, upon initial observation of the position, seem to warrant further analysis.
The Candidates Tournament is a chess tournament organized by FIDE, chess' international governing body, since 1950, as the final contest to determine the challenger for the World Chess Championship.
The Candidates Tournament 2016 was an eight-player double round-robin chess tournament, held in Moscow, Russia, from 11–30 March 2016.
The Candidates Tournament 2018 was an eight-player double round-robin chess tournament, which was held in Berlin, Germany, between 10–28 March 2018.
Candle is a science fiction novel by John Barnes that was published in 2000, it is part of the author's Century Next Door series.
Canterbury Boys' High School (CBHS) is a public secondary day school for boys located in Canterbury, a south-western suburb of Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
Canyon del Oro High School (CDO) is a comprehensive public high school in Oro Valley, Arizona, located north of Tucson at the base of Pusch Ridge.
Capablanca Chess (or Capablanca's Chess) is a chess variant invented in the 1920s by former World Chess Champion José Raúl Capablanca.
The Cappelle-la-Grande Open is a chess tournament held every year in Cappelle-la-Grande, France, since 1985.
Carl August Walbrodt (November 28, 1871, Amsterdam – October 3, 1902, Berlin) was a German chess master.
Carl Carls (September 16, 1880, Varel – September 11, 1958, Bremen) was a German chess master.
Carl Friedrich Schmid (22 April 1840 – 31 March 1897) was a Baltic German chess player.
Carl Theodor Göring (Goering) (28 April 1841 in Brüheim – 2 April 1879 in Eisenach) was a German professor, philosopher and chess master.
Carl Hamppe (born 1814, Switzerland – died 17 May 1876, Gersau, Canton of Schwyz) was a senior government official in Vienna as well as a Swiss-Austrian chess master and theoretician.
Carl Ferdinand von Jaenisch (Карл Андреевич Яниш; Vyborg, April 11, 1813 – Saint Petersburg, March 7, 1872) was a Finnish and Russian chess player and theorist.
Carl Schlechter (2 March 1874 – 27 December 1918) was a leading Austrian chess master and theoretician at the turn of the 20th century.
Carl Wemmers (1845 – 18 September 1882) was a German chess master.
Carlo Cozio, Count of Montiglio and Salabue (c. 1715 – c. 1780) was an Italian chess player and theorist.
Carlos Bielicki (born 15 May 1940) is an Argentine chess master.
Carlos Enrique Cuartas Bedoya (born 15 August 1940; died 10 July 2011) was a Colombian chess International Master.
Carlos García Palermo (born 2 December 1953) is an Argentine-Italian chess grandmaster.
Carlos Jauregui Andrade (14 September 1932-March 8, 2013) was a Chilean–Canadian chess master.
Carlos Hugo Maderna (4 August 1910 – 23 January 1976) was an Argentine chess master.
Carlos Jesús Torre Repetto (29 November 1904Hooper/Whyld, Gaige say 1905. in Mérida, Yucatán – 19 March 1978 in Mérida, Yucatán) was a chess grandmaster from Mexico.
The Torre Memorial is an annual chess tournament played in honour of the chess legend Carlos Torre Repetto (1905–1978).
The Carlsbad 1907 chess tournament was one of four well-known international chess tournaments held in the spa city of Carlsbad (Bohemia, then Austria-Hungary Empire).
The Carlsbad 1911 chess tournament was one of four well-known international chess tournaments held in the spa city of Carlsbad (Bohemia, then Austria-Hungary Empire).
The Carlsbad 1929 chess tournament was one of four well-known international chess tournaments held in the spa city of Carlsbad (Karlovy Vary, Bohemia, Czechoslovakia).
Carmine Nigro (January 2, 1910 – August 16, 2001) was former World Champion Bobby Fischer's first chess teacher, from 1951–1956.
The Caro–Kann Defence is a chess opening characterised by the moves: The Caro–Kann is a common defence against the King's Pawn Opening and is classified as a "Semi-Open Game" like the Sicilian Defence and French Defence, although it is thought to be more solid and less dynamic than either of those openings.
Carol Jarecki (born 1935) is an American chess organizer, an International Arbiter, and a chess writer.
María Carolina Luján (born May 13, 1985 in Buenos Aires) is an Argentine chess player holding the FIDE titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster.
Carrom (also spelled karrom) is a "strike-and-" tabletop game of South Asian origin.
Carrom Company (also Carrom Industries) was a manufacturer of games and furniture, headquartered in Ludington, Michigan.
The eleventh season of the Case Closed anime was directed by Kenji Kodama and Yasuichiro Yamamoto and produced by TMS Entertainment and Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation.
The eighteenth season of the Case Closed anime was directed by Kenji Kodama and Yasuichiro Yamamoto and produced by TMS Entertainment and Yomiuri Telecasting Corporation.
Castles are fortified residences built in Europe and the Middle East in the Middle Ages.
In shogi, castles (囲い kakoi) are strong defensive configurations of pieces that protect the king (玉).
Castling is a move in the game of chess involving a player's king and either of the player's original rooks.
A casual game is a video game targeted at or used by casual gamers.
Catharina (Toos) Roodzant (née Glimmerveen) (21 October 1896, Rotterdam – 24 February 1999) was a Dutch female chess master.
Cathy Warwick (née Forbes) (born 6 February 1968) is an English chess player and writer.
Cécile Haussernot (born 22 October 1998) is a French chess player holding the title of Woman International Master (WIM).
Céline Roos (born 22 December 1953) is a French and Canadian chess player who holds the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1985).
César Boutteville (24 June 1917 – 21 May 2015) was a French–Vietnamese chess master.
CBS Kilkenny (Scoil na mBráithre Criostaí) is a Roman Catholic school located in Kilkenny, Ireland.
Cecil John Seddon Purdy (27 March 1906, Port Said, Egypt – 6 November 1979, Sydney, Australia) was an Australian chess International Master (IM), writer, and inaugural World Correspondence Chess champion.
Cecil Valentine De Vere (14 February 1846 in London – 9 February 1875 in Torquay) was the winner of the first official British Chess Championship, in 1866.
Celia Baudot de Moschini (1910 – 2000) was an Argentine chess player who held the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1954).
Celso (Celsito) Golmayo y de la Torriente (1879 in Havana – 22 January 1924 in Seville) was a Cuban–Spanish chess master.
Celso Golmayo y Zúpide (24 April 1820, Logroño, Spain – 1 April 1898, Havana) was a Spanish–Cuban chess master.
The Cemetery of the Evergreens is a non-denominational cemetery in Brooklyn and Queens, New York, colloquially called Evergreen Cemetery.
Centenary State High School, is a co-curricular school that opened in 1999.
In game theory, the centipede game, first introduced by Robert Rosenthal in 1981, is an extensive form game in which two players take turns choosing either to take a slightly larger share of an increasing pot, or to pass the pot to the other player.
Central Catholic High School is a private, Roman Catholic, Lasallian, all-boys college preparatory school in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States.
The Central Colleges of the Philippines (Kolehiyong Sentral ng Pilipinas) also known as (CCP) is a coeducational educational institution located in Dona Imelda, Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Central Park of Culture and Leisure named after Shcherbakov is a recreation park in Donetsk.
The Central Suburban League is an IHSA-recognized high school extracurricular conference comprising 12 public schools located in the North Shore suburbs of Chicago.
Centro Desportivo Universitário do Porto or CDUP (Sports Center of University of Porto) is a Portuguese amateur sports club for students at the University of Porto, in Porto, Portugal.
Century High School is located in Hillsboro, Oregon, United States.
Ceramic art is art made from ceramic materials, including clay.
The Cercle Solleric (in Spanish Círculo Sollerense) is a sporting and cultural association.
CFC Hertha 06 is a German association football club from the Charlottenburg district of Berlin.
Chad is a chess variant for two players created by Christian Freeling in 1979.
Chadarangam (చదరంగము) is a Telugu version of Indian chess, Chaturanga.
Chaim (Chajkel) Janowski (June 15, 1853 in Wołkowysk – 10 January 1935 in Tokyo) was a Polish chess master and organizer.
Chakkravarthy Deepan (born 3 June 1987) is an Indian chess Grandmaster (2006).
Chakra is a chess variant invented by Christian Freeling in 1980.
Champagne is a 1928 British silent comedy film directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Betty Balfour, Gordon Harker and Jean Bradin.
Chan Peng Kong (born 15 May 1956) is a chess player from Singapore.
Chandler High School is a high school located in Chandler, Arizona, United States.
Chang Tung Lo is a Chinese chess player.
Chania (Χανιά,, Venetian: Canea, Ottoman Turkish: Hanya) is the second largest city of Crete and the capital of the Chania regional unit.
Chant Garden Elementary School is a private elementary school in Wenzhou, China.
Chantal Chaudé de Silans (9 March 1919, Versailles – 5 September 2001, Grasse) was a French chess player and a pioneer of women's chess.
Charles Alfred Coulson (13 December 1910 – 7 January 1974) was a British applied mathematician, theoretical chemist and religious author.
The Charles E. Smith Jewish Day School, often referred to as CESJDS or JDS, is a private, pluralistic Jewish K-12 school located in Rockville, Maryland, United States.
Charles Gilbert Marriott Watson (22 October 1878 – 5 March 1961) was an Australian national chess champion.
Charles Henry Stanley (September 1819, Brighton – 1901, USA) was the first chess champion of the United States.
Brigadier Charles Edward Hudson, (29 May 1892 – 4 April 1959) was a British Army officer and an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces.
Charles II (German Karl II.; 30 October 1804 – 18 August 1873), Duke of Brunswick, ruled the Duchy of Brunswick from 1815 until 1830.
Charles Jaffé (Jaffe) (circa 1879, Dubroŭna, Belarus – 12 July 1941, Brooklyn, USA) was a Belarusian-American chess master.
Charles Ivars Kalme (Kārlis Ivars Kalme, November 15, 1939 – March 20, 2002) was a Latvian American, the World Chess Federation, and a mathematician.
Charles Masson Fox (9 November 1866 – 11 October 1935) was a Cornish businessman who achieved international prominence in the world of chess problems and a place in the gay history of Edwardian England.
Charles Moehle (Möhle) (26 November 1859, New York – 1898) was an American chess master.
Charles Edward Ranken (5 January 1828 – 12 April 1905) was a Church of England clergyman and a minor British chess master.
The Charter School of Wilmington is a high school in Wilmington, Delaware, one of the first public/private (self-governed, state funded) charter schools in the United States, opening in 1996.
Chathuranga Vallabhanathar Temple (சதுரங்க வல்லபநாதர் கோயில்):ta:பூவனூர் சதுரங்க வல்லபநாதர் கோயில் is a Hindu temple located between Needamangalam and Mannargudi in the Tiruvarur district of Tamil Nadu, India.
Raja Chatrapati Singh (1919–1998) was an Indian percussionist.
Chaturaji (meaning "four kings", and also known as choupat, IAST) is a four-player chess-like game.
Chaturanga (चतुरङ्ग), or catur for short, is an ancient Indian strategy game which is commonly theorized to be the common ancestor of the board games chess, shogi, sittuyin, makruk, xiangqi and janggi.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara (June 14, 1928 – October 9, 1967)The date of birth recorded on was June 14, 1928, although one tertiary source, (Julia Constenla, quoted by Jon Lee Anderson), asserts that he was actually born on May 14 of that year.
Appearances of Argentine Marxist revolutionary Che Guevara (1928–1967) in popular culture are common throughout the world.
Cheadle Hulme is a suburb in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, England.
The phrase cheating death is commonly used to describe the manner in which a person avoids a possibly fatal event or who prolongs their life in spite of considerable odds.
Cheating in chess refers to a deliberate violation of the rules of chess or other unethical behaviour that is intended to give an unfair advantage to a player or team.
In mathematics, Chebyshev distance (or Tchebychev distance), maximum metric, or L∞ metric is a metric defined on a vector space where the distance between two vectors is the greatest of their differences along any coordinate dimension.
A check is a condition in chess, shogi, and xiangqi that occurs when a player's king (or general in xiangqi) is under threat of on their opponent's next turn.
A check (also checker, Brit: chequer) is a pattern of modified stripes consisting of crossed horizontal and vertical lines forming squares.
A checkerboard (American English) or chequerboard (British English; see spelling differences) is a board of chequered pattern on which English draughts (checkers) is played.
Checkless Chess (or prohibition chess) is a chess variant where neither player is allowed to give a check, with the exception of checkmate.
Checkmate (often shortened to mate) is a game position in chess and other chess-like games in which a player's king is in check (threatened with) and there is no way to remove the threat.
Checkmate is a one act ballet created by the choreographer Ninette de Valois and composer Arthur Bliss.
Checkmate, a division of Task Force X, is a fictional covert operations agency appearing in American comic books published by DC Comics.
Checkmate is a Nigerian television series that ran from April 4, 1991 to 1994, created by Amaka Isaac-Ene and sponsored by Lever Brothers Nigeria.
In chess, several checkmate patterns occur frequently, or are otherwise of such interest to scholars, so as to have acquired specific names in chess commentary.
In chess, checkmates in the opening are examples of a player being checkmated during the first few moves of the game (i.e. in the opening).
Chen De (born 26 November 1949) is a Chinese FIDE master chess player.
Cheskers is a variant of checkers and chess invented by Solomon Golomb in 1948.
Chesquerque is a chess variant invented by George R. Dekle, Sr. in 1986.
Chess is a two-player board game.
Chess was a pioneering chess program from the 1970s, written by Larry Atkin and David Slate at Northwestern University.
Chess (Szachy) is a poem written by Jan Kochanowski, first published in 1564 or 1565.
Chess aesthetics or beauty in chess is generally appreciated by both players and composers.
Chess and Backgammon Classics, retitled Chess Classics a week after release, is a video game by Gameloft for the iPod Nano (3rd and 4th generation), the iPod classic, and the iPod (5th generation).
When annotating chess games, commentators frequently use widely recognized annotation symbols.
There are efforts to use the game of chess as a tool to aid the intellectual development of young people.
Chess Assistant is a commercial database program produced by Convekta, Ltd.
Chess at the 2005 Southeast Asian Games took place at the Tagaytay City Convention Center in Tagaytay City, Cavite, Philippines.
Chess was contested at the 2006 Asian Games in Doha, Qatar from 2 December 2006 to 14 December 2006.
Chess at the 2007 Asian Indoor Games was held in Macau International Shooting Range, Macau, China from 26 October to 3 November 2007.
Chess at the 2009 Asian Indoor Games was held in Vietnam from 31 October to 7 November 2009.
Chess at the 2010 Asian Games was held in Guangzhou Chess Institute, Guangzhou, China from November 13 to 26, 2010 with four individual and team events.
Chess at the 2011 All-Africa Games in Maputo, Mozambique was held on September 5–13, 2011.
At the 2011 Pan Arab Games, the chess events were held at Aspire Zone in Doha, Qatar from 10–22 December.
Chess at the 26th Southeast Asian Games was held in Palembang, Indonesia in November 2011.
Chess was contested at the 2011 Summer Universiade from August 15 to August 21 at the Meihua Hall of the Shenzhen Conference and Exhibition Center in Shenzhen, China.
The chess competitions for the 2013 Bolivarian Games took place in Chiclayo from 19 November to 25 November 2013.
Chess in the 27th Southeast Asian Games took place at Zabuthiri Hotel in Naypyidaw, Myanmar between December 14–21.
Chess was contested at the 2013 Summer Universiade from July 9 to 15 in Kazan, Russia.
Chess at the 2015 ASEAN Para Games was held at OCBC Arena, Singapore.
Chess at the 2017 ASEAN Para Games was held at Malaysian International Trade & Exhibition Centre, Kuala Lumpur.
Chess at the 2017 Asian Indoor and Martial Arts Games was held in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan from 21 to 27 September 2017 at the Chess Arena.
Chess was an African Games event at its inaugural edition in 2003 and has continued to feature prominently at the competition in each of its subsequent editions.
Chess competition has been in the Universiade in 2011 and 2013 as optional sport.
Chess boxing, or chessboxing, is a hybrid fighting sport (or a hybrid board game) that combines two traditional pastimes: chess, a cerebral board game, and boxing, a physical sport.
The term Chess Bundesliga (Schach-Bundesliga) normally refers to the premier league of team chess in Germany established in 1980.
Chess City (also referred to as City-Chess; Сити-Чесс Siti-Chess or Город Шахмат Gorod Shakhmat, Сити-Чесс, Siti-Çess) is a large complex devoted to chess and chess competitions located east of Elista, Kalmykia, in Russia.
A chess clock consists of two adjacent clocks with buttons to stop one clock while starting the other, so that the two clocks never run simultaneously.
A chess club is a club formed for the purpose of playing the board game of chess.
Chess Crusade is a video game of the board game genre developed in 2008 by Slam Games.
A chess diagram is graphic representation and stylized of a specific moment in a chess game, showing the different positions occupied by chess pieces in given time during game development.
In chess and chess-like games, the endgame (or end game or ending) is the stage of the game when few pieces are left on the board.
In computer chess, a chess engine is a computer program that analyses chess or chess variant positions and makes decisions on the best chess moves.
Chess equipment are the tangible items required to play a game of chess.
The Chess Federation of Armenia is the governing chess organisation in Armenia and is affiliated to FIDE.
The Chess Federation of Canada or CFC (French name: Fédération canadienne des échecs) is Canada's national chess organization.
The Chess Federation of Pakistan is national governing body to promote and develop Chess in Pakistan.
The Chess Federation of Zambia is the national organization for chess in Zambia.
The most common types of chess game collections are collected games of a single player (e.g. My Best Games of Chess 1908-1937 by Alexander Alekhine), annotations of games from a single tournament, collections of chess games covering a certain period of time (e.g. Oxford Encyclopaedia of Chess Games. Vol.1 1485-1866 by Levy and O'Connell), opening move collections, or collections centered on tactical or strategic themes (e.g. games featuring brilliant defense, attacking play, endgame technique, and so on).
Chess has been played in Armenia since the early Middle Ages; however, it was institutionalized during the early Soviet period.
China is a major chess power, with the women's team winning silver medals at the Olympiad in 2010, 2012, and 2014; the men's team winning gold at the 2014 Olympiad, and the average rating for the country's top ten players second in the FIDE rankings at the end of 2014.
One of the most common ways for chess historians to trace when the board game chess entered a country is to look at the literature of that country.
Chess has risen in popularity in India in the last few decades primarily due to chess Grandmaster and former World Champion Viswanathan Anand.
Chess became a source of inspiration in the arts in literature soon after the spread of the game to the Arab World and Europe in the Middle Ages.
Chess Kids is an Australian company (registered business name Chess World Australia Pty Ltd) that provides a range of chess-related products and services to schools, individuals and chess clubs.
Chess King was a United States men's clothing retailer created by the Melville Corporation.
Chess libraries are library collections of books and periodicals on the game of chess.
CHESS Magazine, also called CHESS and previously called CHESS Monthly, is a chess magazine published monthly in the United Kingdom by Chess and Bridge Limited.
Chess Mates is a computer software program, released in 1996 for Macintosh and 1997 for Microsoft Windows, designed to teach the basics of Chess.
The middlegame in chess refers to the portion of the game in between the opening and the endgame.
Chess notations are various systems that have developed to record either the moves made in a game of chess or the position of pieces on a chessboard.
Chess of the Grandmasters (original title: Schach der Großmeister) is a former German TV programme.
Chess on a Really Big Board is a large chess variant invented by Ralph Betza around 1996.
A chess opening or simply an opening refers to the initial moves of a chess game.
A chess opening book is a book on chess openings.
A chess opening theory table or ECO (Encyclopaedia Of Chess Openings) table presents lines of moves, typically (but not always) from the starting position.
Chess or the King's Game (Das Schach- oder Königsspiel) is a book on chess.
Chess Oscar was an international award given annually to the best chess player.
A chess piece, or chessman, is any of the six different movable objects used on a chessboard to play the game of chess.
In chess, the chess piece relative value system conventionally assigns a point value to each piece when assessing its relative strength in potential exchanges.
The Chess Player's Chronicle, founded by Howard Staunton and extant from 1841–56 and 1859–62, was the world's first successful English-language magazine devoted exclusively to chess.
A chess problem, also called a chess composition, is a puzzle set by somebody using chess pieces on a chess board, that presents the solver with a particular task to be achieved.
Chess prodigies are children who can beat experienced adult players and even Masters at chess.
A chess puzzle is a puzzle in which knowledge of the pieces and rules of chess is used to solve logically a chess-related problem.
A chess rating system is a system used in chess to calculate an estimate of the strength of the player, based on his or her performance versus other players.
Chess Review is a U.S. chess magazine that was published from January 1933 until October 1969 (Volume 37 Number 10).
Chess Scotland is the governing body for chess in Scotland.
A chess set has thirty-two chess pieces in two colours and a chessboard used to play chess.
Chess South Africa (CHESSA), (CSA) is the national governing body for the sport of chess in South Africa.
Chess strategy is the aspect of chess playing concerned with evaluation of chess positions and setting of goals and long-term plans for future play.
A chess table is a table built with features to make it useful for playing the game of chess.
In chess, a tactic refers to a sequence of moves that limits the opponent's options and may result in tangible gain.
The game of chess is commonly divided into three phases: the opening, middlegame, and endgame.
Chess therapy is a form of psychotherapy that attempts to use chess games between the therapist and client or clients to form stronger connections between them towards a goal of confirmatory or alternate diagnosis and consequently, better healing.
Chess Titans is a chess game with 3D graphics developed by Oberon Games and included in Windows Vista and Windows 7 Home Premium, Business/Professional, Enterprise, and Ultimate.
A chess title is a title created by a chess governing body and bestowed upon players based on their performance and rank.
A chess tournament is a series of chess games played competitively to determine a winning individual or team.
Chess with different armies (or Betza's Chess or Equal Armies) is a chess variant invented by Ralph Betza in 1979.
Chess with Friends is a multiplayer asynchronous chess game developed by Zynga with Friends (formerly Newtoy, Inc.), which also developed Words with Friends and Hanging with Friends.
The Chess World Cup refers to three different events over the years.
The FIDE World Cup 2000 was a 24-player Category XVI chess tournament played between 1 September and 13 September 2000 in Shenyang, China.
The FIDE World Cup 2002, marketed as the Second Chess World Cup, was a 24-player Category XVI chess tournament played between 9 October and 22 October 2002 in Hyderabad, India.
The Chess World Cup 2011 was a chess World Cup tournament.
The Chess World Cup 2013 was a 128-player single-elimination chess tournament, played between 11 August and 2 September 2013, in the hotel Scandic Tromsø in Tromsø, Norway.
The Chess World Cup 2015 was a 128-player single-elimination chess tournament held in Baku, Azerbaijan, from 10 September to 5 October 2015.
The Chess World Cup 2017 was a 128-player single-elimination chess tournament, held in Tbilisi, Georgia, from 2 to 27 September 2017.
The Chess World Cup 2019 is a 128-player single-elimination chess tournament to be held in Khanty-Mansiysk, Russia in 2019.
Chess-Nuts is a 1932 Fleischer Studios animated short films starring Betty Boop, and featuring Bimbo and Koko the Clown.
Chess.com is an Internet chess server, Internet forum and social networking website; it is also the name of the company that runs the site.
Chess960, also called Fischer Random Chess (originally Fischerandom), is a variant of chess invented and advocated by former world chess champion Bobby Fischer, announced publicly on June 19, 1996, in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The game Chess960, played with conventional chess pieces and rules, starts with a random selection of one of 960 positions for the pieces.
Chessaria: The Tactical Adventure is a 3D chess game developed by Pixel Wizards and released on Steam (Windows/Mac) in March 2018.
ChessBase GmbH is a German company that markets chess software, maintains a chess news site, and operates servers for online chess.
A chessboard is the type of checkerboard used in the board game chess, consisting of 64 squares (eight rows and eight columns).
ChessCafe.com is a website that publishes endgame studies, book reviews and other articles related to chess on a weekly basis.
ChessCube.com is an online chess community with over 1,400,000 registered members.
Chessgames.com is an Internet chess community with over 224,000 members.
Chessmaster is a chess-playing computer game series which is now owned and developed by Ubisoft.
The Chessmaster 2000 is a computer chess game by The Software Toolworks.
Chessmetrics is a system for rating chess players devised by Jeff Sonas.
ChessV (short for Chess Variants) is a free computer program designed to play a large number of chess variants.
Chigorin Chess is a chess variant invented by Ralph Betza in 2002.
The Chigorin Memorial is a chess tournament played in honour of Mikhail Chigorin (1850–1908), founder of the Soviet Chess School and one of the leading players of his day.
The Chilean Chess Championship is the national chess championship of Chile organised by the FENACH (Federacion Nacional de Ajedrez de Chile).
China, officially the People's Republic of China (PRC), is a unitary one-party sovereign state in East Asia and the world's most populous country, with a population of around /1e9 round 3 billion.
China Qiyuan is an official agency responsible for board games and card games such as go, bridge, chess and Chinese chess affairs under the All-China Sports Federation of the People's Republic of China.
The Chinese Chess Association (CCA) (中国国际象棋协会) is the governing body of chess in China and is one of the federations of FIDE.
The Chinese Chess Championship is the annual individual national chess championship of China.
Playing cards were most likely invented in China during the Southern Song dynasty (1127–1279).
Chinese Taipei Chess Association (中華民國西洋棋協會) is the governing body for chess in the Republic of China, (Taiwan).
ChipTest was a 1985 chess playing computer built by Feng-hsiung Hsu, Thomas Anantharaman and Murray Campbell at Carnegie Mellon University.
Chithambaram Aravindh (born 9 November 1999) is an Indian chess grandmaster.
Chris (Christiaan) de Ronde (1912 in Schiedam – 1996 in Buenos Aires) was a Dutch–Argentinian chess master.
Christopher John Llewellyn Rogers (born 31 August 1977) is a former Australian cricketer who played for Australian national team.
Christopher Geoffrey Ward (26 March 1968) is a British chess Grandmaster (GM), chess coach, and author.
Christian Bauer (born 11 January 1977) is a French chess grandmaster and author.
Christian Poulsen (Rind, 16 August 1912 – 19 April 1981) was a Danish chess master.
Christo Cave (born 1961) is a chess player from Tunapuna, Trinidad and Tobago.
Christopher Guy Denis Lambert (born 29 March 1957) is a French-American actor.
Christopher Lutz (born February 24, 1971) is a German chess grandmaster and a two-time German Chess Champion.
Christopher Repka (born 6 October 1998) is a Slovak chess grandmaster.
Chu shogi (中将棋 chū shōgi or Middle Shogi) is a strategy board game native to Japan.
Cindy Tsai (born 9 July 1985) is an American chess player.
Circular chess is a chess variant played using the standard set of pieces on a circular board consisting of four rings, each of sixteen squares.
The City Garden (Градска градина, Gradska gradina) is Sofia, the capital of Bulgaria's oldest and most central public garden, in existence since 1872.
The Civic Center is the area of lower Manhattan, New York City, that encompasses New York City Hall, One Police Plaza, the courthouses in Foley Square, and the surrounding area.
Sid Meier's Civilization Revolution is a 4X turn-based strategy video game, developed in 2008 by Firaxis Games with Sid Meier as designer.
CJ de Mooi (also known as Connagh Joseph De Mooi, born 5 November 1969) is a British professional quizzer, best known for his time as a panellist on the BBC Television show Eggheads.
CLAMP no Kiseki (CLAMPノキセキ, CLAMP's track and/or CLAMP's miracle) is a twelve volume series of anime books celebrating the 15th anniversary of Clamp in 2004.
Clara Friedman (קלרה פרידמן; born 13 April 1920), née Klara Hodosi, is an Israeli chess player who hold the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1966).
Clare Benedict (1870–1961) was an American writer and patron.
Clarice Benini (8 January 1905, Florence - 8 September 1976, Poggio a Vico, Rufina) was an Italian chess master.
Claude Frizzel Bloodgood (born Klaus Frizzel Bluttgutt III; July 14, 1937 – August 4, 2001) was a controversial American chess player. As a young man, he got into trouble with the law and was arrested several times. He was sentenced to death in 1970 after having been convicted of murdering his mother, although this sentence was later commuted to life in prison. While in prison, he remained a very active chess player, playing a large number of correspondence games and rated games with other inmates. Over time, he achieved a very high ranking in the United States Chess Federation (USCF) by playing in a closed pool, which the federation alleges was due to rating manipulation. He died in prison in 2001.
Claude Elwood Shannon (April 30, 1916 – February 24, 2001) was an American mathematician, electrical engineer, and cryptographer known as "the father of information theory".
Claudia Noemí Amura (born 26 August 1970, Buenos Aires) is an Argentinian chess player, Woman Grand Master and national champion.
Claver College, Raimat, Lleida, was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1970, and educates ages 3 through 18.
Cleveland Amory (September 2, 1917 – October 14, 1998) was an American author, reporter and commentator and animal rights activist.
Clonkeen College is a Christian Brothers secondary school for boys in south Dublin, which opened in 1970.
Club Athletico Paulistano –generally known as just Paulistano– is a sports and social club from the Brazilian metropolis São Paulo located in the quarter of Jardim América, close to the city.
Club Atlético Adelante Reconquista is an Argentine sports club from Reconquista, Santa Fe.
Club Atlético Banfield is an Argentine sports club located in the city of Banfield, Buenos Aires.
Club Atlético Independiente is an Argentine professional sports club, which has its headquarters and stadium in the city of Avellaneda in Greater Buenos Aires.
Club Atlético River Plate is an Argentine professional sports club based in the Belgrano neighborhood of Buenos Aires, and named after the British English rendering of the city's estuary, Río de la Plata.
Club Deportivo San Andrés is an Argentine sports club based in San Andrés district of General San Martín Partido, Greater Buenos Aires.
Club Nacional de Football is a sports institution from Uruguay, founded on 14 May 1899 in Montevideo, as a result of the fusion between Uruguay Athletic Club and Montevideo Fútbol Club.
Club San Fernando is an Argentine multi-sports club based in San Fernando, Buenos Aires.
Club Sportivo Ben Hur is an Argentine sports club from Rafaela, Santa Fe Province.
Clubhouse Games, known in parts of Europe as 42 All-Time Classics and in Japan as, is a compilation video game consisting of card, board, and parlor games developed by Agenda and published by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS handheld video game console.
Cnut the GreatBolton, The Empire of Cnut the Great: Conquest and the Consolidation of Power in Northern Europe in the Early Eleventh Century (Leiden, 2009) (Cnut se Micela, Knútr inn ríki. Retrieved 21 January 2016. – 12 November 1035), also known as Canute—whose father was Sweyn Forkbeard (which gave him the patronym Sweynsson, Sveinsson)—was King of Denmark, England and Norway; together often referred to as the North Sea Empire.
Cochem is the seat of and the biggest town in the Cochem-Zell district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
In semiotics, a code is a set of conventions or sub-codes currently in use to communicate meaning.
The Codrington School began in 1917 as a boarding school.
A coffeehouse, coffee shop or café (sometimes spelt cafe) is an establishment which primarily serves hot coffee, related coffee beverages (café latte, cappuccino, espresso), tea, and other hot beverages.
Cognitivism is the meta-ethical view that ethical sentences express propositions and can therefore be true or false (they are truth-apt), which noncognitivists deny.
The Coimbra Academic Association (Portuguese: Associação Académica de Coimbra (AAC)) is the students' union of the University of Coimbra (UC).
The Cold War (1953–1962) discusses the period within the Cold War from the death of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin in 1953 to the Cuban Missile Crisis in 1962.
Dr Colin Anderson McNab (born 3 February 1961) is a Scottish chess player.
The Colleges and Universities Sports Association of Ireland was formed in November 2005 when the Irish Universities and the Institutes of Technology decided to come together and form one organisation to oversee Irish third level student sport.
The Colombian Paralympic Committee or CPC (Comité Paralímpico Colombiano – CPC) is the private, non-profit organization representing Colombian Paralympic athletes in the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the Parapan American Games and the South American Para Games.
Colonel White is a character in the 1960s Supermarionation television series Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons.
Colorbound is a fairy chess term.
Columbus Alternative High School is a public high school located on the north side of Columbus, Ohio.
In chess, a combination is a sequence of moves, often initiated by a sacrifice, which leaves the opponent few options and results in tangible gain.
Combinatorial game theory (CGT) is a branch of mathematics and theoretical computer science that typically studies sequential games with perfect information.
In computer science and artificial intelligence, combinatorial search studies search algorithms for solving instances of problems that are believed to be hard in general, by efficiently exploring the usually large solution space of these instances.
Comins Mansfield (14 June 1896 – 27 March 1984) was a chess problem composer.
The Commonwealth Chess Championship is a gathering of chess players from Commonwealth countries.
The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS; r), also nicknamed the Russian Commonwealth (in order to distinguish it from the Commonwealth of Nations), is a political and economic intergovernmental organization of nine member states and one associate member, all of which are former Soviet Republics located in Eurasia (primarily in Central to North Asia), formed following the dissolution of the Soviet Union.
Commonwealth School is a private high school of about 150 students and 35 faculty members located in the Back Bay neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, United States.
Aldi Community Games is an Irish independent voluntary organisation and National Governing Body providing opportunities for children and young people to grow and develop in a positive and healthy way while experiencing a wide range of sporting and cultural activities.
Community High School, also known as West Chicago Community High School, WCCHS, or simply WE-GO, is a public four-year high school located in West Chicago, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States.
This is a comparison of chess video games.
In chess, compensation is the typically short-term positional advantages a player has in exchange for typically material disadvantage.
Computational steering is the practice of manually intervening with an otherwise autonomous computational process, to change its outcome.
Computer bridge is the playing of the game contract bridge using computer software.
Computer chess is a game of computer architecture encompassing hardware and software capable of playing chess autonomously without human guidance.
Computer Go is the field of artificial intelligence (AI) dedicated to creating a computer program that plays the traditional board game Go.
The Computer Olympiad is a multi-games event in which computer programs compete against each other.
Computer shogi is a field of artificial intelligence concerned with the creation of computer programs which can play shogi.
Built in phases between 1984 and 1991, the Concourse at Landmark Center is a real estate development in metro Atlanta's Perimeter Center business district, in the city of Sandy Springs, Georgia, United States.
Conegliano (Venetian: Conejan) is a town and comune of the Veneto region, Italy, in the province of Treviso, about north by rail from the town of Treviso.
Conel Hugh O'Donel Alexander (19 April 1909 – 15 February 1974), known as Hugh Alexander and C. H. O'D.
Congo is a chess variant invented by Demian Freeling in 1982 when he was nearly 8 years old.
A congress is a formal meeting of the representatives of different nations, constituent states, organizations (such as trade unions, and political parties), or groups.
Connect6 (Pinyin: liùzǐqí;;六目並べ; 육목) introduced in 2003 by Professor I-Chen Wu at Department of Computer Science and Information Engineering, National Chiao Tung University, is a two-player strategy game similar to Gomoku.
In chess, connected pawns are two or more pawns of the same color on adjacent files, as distinct from isolated pawns.
Conrad William Holt (born July 9, 1993) is an American chess grandmaster.
Conscience is an aptitude, faculty, intuition or judgment that assists in distinguishing right from wrong.
Constant Ferdinand Burille (born 30 August 1866 – died October 1914, Boston) was an American chess master.
Constantin Lupulescu (born 25 March 1984 in Buftea) is a Romanian chess grandmaster and a five-time Romanian Chess Champion.
In psychology, contextual cueing refers to a form of visual search facilitation which describe targets appearing in repeated configurations are detected more quickly.
Contract bridge, or simply bridge, is a trick-taking card game using a standard 52-card deck.
Cooperative chess includes chess variants that feature interpersonal cooperation rather than competition.
Corina-Isabela Peptan (born March 17, 1978) is a Romanian chess player with the titles of International Master (IM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
The Cornish diaspora consists of Cornish people and their descendants who emigrated from Cornwall, Britain.
Correspondence chess is chess or variant chess played by various forms of long-distance correspondence, often through a correspondence chess server, a public internet chess forum, email, or the postal system.
Corresponding squares (also called relative squares, sister squares and coordinate squares) in chess occur in some chess endgames, usually ones that are mostly blocked.
Maria Cornelia Vreeken (born 22 December 1928), née Corry Bouwman, also Corry Vreeken-Bouwman, is a Dutch chess player who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM, 1987).
The 2008 Corus chess tournament was a Grandmaster level chess tournament held in the de Moriaan Community Centre, Wijk aan Zee, Netherlands from 12 January to 28 January 2008.
The Costa Rican Chess Championship is the yearly national chess championship of Costa Rica.
Couch of Power is a group game of strategy and memory in which two teams shuffle seats until one team controls every seat on the couch and wins.
"Country Song", also known as "The Red Queen Theme", is an untitled country-styled song by Pink Floyd.
Courier Chess (or The Courier Game or simply courier) is a strategy board game in the chess family.
Course in General Linguistics (Cours de linguistique générale) is a book compiled by Charles Bally and Albert Sechehaye from notes on lectures given by Ferdinand de Saussure at the University of Geneva between 1906 and 1911.
Courtship Rite is a science fiction novel by American writer Donald Kingsbury, originally serialized in Analog magazine in 1982.
The Cox–Forbes theory is a long-debunked theory on the evolution of chess put forward by Captain Hiram Cox (1760–1799) and extended by Professor Duncan Forbes (1798–1868).
Craig W Pritchett (born Glasgow, Scotland, 15 January 1949) is a Scottish chess International Master who has written several chess books.
Craig Van Tilbury (July 30, 1957 – August 13, 2010) was an American guitarist and FIDE Chess Master, known musically for his touring and guest work with artists such as Steve Winwood, Barry Gibb, Joey Dee and the Starliters, The Young Rascals, and The Shirelles.
Crazyhouse (also known as drop chess, mad chess, reinforcement chess, turnabout chess and schizo-chess) is a chess variant similar to bughouse chess, but with only two players.
Crâng Park (Parcul Crâng) is the largest and most important park in the city of Buzău, Romania.
Cristina Adela Foișor (née Bădulescu; 7 June 1967 – 22 January 2017) was a Romanian chess player.
Cristóbal Henríquez Villagra (born 7 August 1996) is a Chilean chess grandmaster.
Croatian checkerboard or chequy (Croatian: šahovnica) is the national symbol of Croatia and Croats, it covers the main shield of Croatian coat of arms above which is the crown with five smaller shields.
The Croatian Chess Championship is the annual individual national chess championship of Croatia.
Cross Chess is a chess variant invented by George R. Dekle, Sr. in 1982.
In chess, a cross-check is a tactic in which a check is played in response to a check, especially when the original check is blocked by a piece that itself either delivers check or reveals a discovered check from another piece.
A cryptic crossword is a crossword puzzle in which each clue is a word puzzle in and of itself.
Crystals of Arborea is a medieval fantasy role-playing video game developed and published by Silmarils, and released in 1990 for the Amiga, Atari ST and MS-DOS.
Csaba Balogh (born 10 March 1987 in Budapest) is in a Hungarian chess grandmaster.
csipgs chess is a chess variant invented by Ralph Betza in 1996.
Clubul Sportiv Municipal București, commonly known as CSM București is a Romanian sports club based in Bucharest.
Cubic Chess is a chess variant invented by Vladimír Pribylinec beginning with an early version (named Echos) in 1977.
Elephants have been depicted in mythology, symbolism and popular culture.
Dresden is a cultural centre in Germany which has influenced the development of European culture.
The culture of Armenia encompasses many elements that are based on the geography, literature, architecture, dance, and music of the people.
The Belizean culture abisai is a mix of influences and people from Kriol, Maya, Garinagu (also known as Garifuna), Mestizo (a mixture of Spanish and Native Americans), Mennonites who are of German descent, with a blend of many other cultures from Chinese to Lebanese.
The culture of Bosnia and Herzegovina encompasses the country's ancient heritage, architecture, literature, visual arts, music, cinema, sports and cuisine.
The culture of Croatia has roots in a long history: the Croatian people have been inhabiting the area for fourteen centuries, but there are important remnants of the earlier periods still preserved in the country.
This article is about the culture of natives of the Indian state of Goa.
The culture of Iceland is rich and varied as well as being known for its literary heritage which began in the 12th century.
The culture of India refers collectively to the thousands of distinct and unique cultures of all religions and communities present in India.
The roots of the culture of Israel developed long before modern Israel's independence in 1948 and traces back to ancient Israel (1000 BCE).
The Culture of Mongolia has been heavily influenced by the Mongol nomadic way of life.
The culture of the Philippines is a combination of cultures of the East and West.
Curling is a sport in which players slide stones on a sheet of ice towards a target area which is segmented into four concentric circles.
Curt Justin Brasket (December 7, 1932 – January 24, 2014) was an American chess player and US National Junior Chess Champion.
Curt Hansen (born September 18, 1964 in Bov, Sønderjylland) is a Danish chess grandmaster and a former World Junior Champion.
Cutro (Calabrian: Cùtru) is a town and comune in the province of Crotone, Calabria region, Italy.
Cyril Bexley Vansittart (1852 – 22 January 1887) was an English–Italian chess master.
Częstochowa,, is a city in southern Poland on the Warta River with 240,027 inhabitants as of June 2009.
The Czech National Chess Championship is the chess competition that is held to determine the best chess player from the Czech Republic.
The Czechoslovak National Chess Championship was the chess competition, which has determined the best Czechoslovak chess player.
Czesława Pilarska (born 2 December 1966), née Grochot, is a Polish chess player who won the Polish Women's Chess Championship in 1991 and an economist.
Klub Sportowy Czuwaj is a sports club from the Polish city of Przemyśl, founded by the scouting movement.
The D.G. Ruparel College of Arts, Science and Commerce is a college in Mahim, Mumbai, India.
Hoërskool DF Malan (DF Malan High School) is a high school in Boston,Bellville, South Africa - near Cape Town.
Daan Brandenburg (born November 14, 1987) is a Dutch chess grandmaster.
Dagmar Renate Kirchner Henney (born May 6, 1931) is a German-born American mathematician and former professor of calculus, finite mathematics, and measure and integration at George Washington University in Washington, DC.
Dagur Arngrímsson (born) is an Icelandic chess International Master.
Dai Changren is a Chinese chess player.
is a Japanese tokusatsu television series.
Dai shōgi (大将棋, 'large chess') or Kamakura dai shōgi (鎌倉大将棋) is a board game native to Japan.
The Dallas Chess Club (DCC) is one of the major chess organizations in the United States and a gold affiliate of the United States Chess Federation (US Chess, formerly USCF).
Damascus (دمشق, Syrian) is the capital of the Syrian Arab Republic; it is also the country's largest city, following the decline in population of Aleppo due to the battle for the city.
Dameo is a strategy board game for two players invented by Christian Freeling in 2000.
Damian, also spelled Damien, Daymian, Daman, Damon, Daemon, Damien, Daymein, Дамиан (Damian), Damiano, Demian, Дамјан (Damjan), Damião, Дамян (Damyan), Демьян (Demyan), دامون (Dāmun), دیمون (Deymun), دامیان (Dāmyān/Dāmiān), etc., is a given name that comes from Damianus, which is the latinisation of the Greek name Δαμιανός (Damianos), derived from the Greek word δαμάζω (damazo), "to conquer, master, overcome, tame", in the form of δαμάω/-ώ (damao), a form assumed as the 1st pers.
Damián Miguel Reca (1894 – 4 May 1937 in Buenos Aires) was an Argentine chess master.
Dan Heisman (born July 8, 1950) is a United States Chess Federation National Master, author and instructor.
Dan Steinberg is an American columnist and blogger for The Washington Post.
The third series of Dancing on Ice aired from 13 January to 16 March 2008 on ITV.
Dangerous Moves (La Diagonale du fou) is a 1984 French-language film about chess, directed by Richard Dembo, produced by Arthur Cohn, starring Michel Piccoli, Alexandre Arbatt, as well as Liv Ullmann, Leslie Caron, and Bernhard Wicki in prominent supporting roles.
Daniël Noteboom (26 February 1910 – 12 January 1932) was a Dutch chess player.
Daniël Stellwagen (born 1 March 1987) is a Dutch chess grandmaster.
Daniel Cawdery is a South African chess International Master.
Daniel Hugo Cámpora (born 30 June 1957 in San Nicolás de los Arroyos) is an Argentine chess grandmaster and a twice Argentine champion, in 1986 and 1989.
Daniel Elyakim is a chess International Grandmaster in Correspondence Chess and the Israeli champion of Correspondence Chess for the 1986 championship.
Daniel Fridman (born February 15, 1976 in Riga) is a German chess grandmaster from Latvia.
Daniel William Gormally (born 4 May 1976) is an English chess Grandmaster.
Daniel John King (born 28 August 1963) is an English chess grandmaster, writer, coach, journalist and broadcaster.
Daniel Abraham Yanofsky, (March 25, 1925 – March 5, 2000) was Canada's first chess grandmaster, an eight-time Canadian Chess Champion, a chess writer, a chess arbiter, and a lawyer.
Daniela Movileanu (born 2 December 1996) is an Italian chess player who holds the title of Woman FIDE Master (WFM, 2012).
Daniela Nuțu-Gajić (born Daniela Silvia Nuțu on 8 June 1957 in Timișoara, Romania) is a Romanian-Australian chess Woman Grandmaster (WGM) and chess trainer.
Daniele Vocaturo (born 16 December 1989) is an Italian chess grandmaster.
Daniil Dmitrievich Dubov (Даниил Дмитриевич Дубов; born 18 April 1996 in Moscow) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Daniil Lintchevski (Даниил Львович Линчевский) (born May 17, 1990) is a Russian chess grandmaster (2009).
Daniil Aleksandrovich Yuffa (Даниил Александрович Юффа; born 25 February 1997) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Danitza Fernanda Vázquez Maccarini (born April 25, 2000 in Caguas, Puerto Rico) is a chess player from Puerto Rico.
Daniel Kopec (February 28, 1954 – June 12, 2016) was an American chess International Master, author, and computer science professor at Brooklyn College.
Danuta Samolewicz-Owczarek (2 February 1929 – 19 December 2006), née Samolewicz, was a Polish chess player who three-time won bronze medals in the Polish Women's Chess Championships (1962, 1965, 1966).
Daria Stanislavovna Voit (Дарья Станиславовна Войт; née Pustovoitova, Пустовойтова; born 11 January 1994) is a Russian chess player who holds the titles of FIDE Master (FM) and Woman Grandmaster (WGM).
Darius Zagorskis (born November 20, 1969) is a Lithuanian chess Grandmaster (2013).
Dariusz Świercz (born 31 May 1994) is a Polish chess grandmaster.
Darja Kapš (born November 26, 1981 in Novo Mesto) is a Slovene chess player with the title of Woman Grandmaster.
Darmen Sadvakasov (born 28 April 1979) is a Kazakh chess grandmaster, a five-time national champion (2001, 2003, 2004, 2006, 2007) and a former world junior champion.
Darpan Inani (born 1994) is a prolific blind Indian chess player from Vadodara.
Darryl Keith Johansen (born 4 February 1959 in Melbourne) is an Australian chess grandmaster.
Darwin Laylo (born 1980) is a Filipino chess grandmaster.
Datia District is in Gwalior Division in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh.
Datt or Dutt is a Mohyal Brahmin clan from Jammu, Punjab, and Haryana.
Daugavpils (Daugpiļs; Даугавпилс; see other names) is a city in southeastern Latvia, located on the banks of the Daugava River, from which the city gets its name.
David Antón Guijarro (born 23 June 1995) is a Spanish chess grandmaster.
David Baramidze (დავით ბარამიძე, Davit' Baramidze; born September 27, 1988) is a German chess Grandmaster.
David Ionovich Bronstein (Дави́д Ио́нович Бронште́йн; February 19, 1924 – December 5, 2006) was a Soviet chess grandmaster, who narrowly missed becoming World Chess Champion in 1951.
David Enoch (1901–1949) was an Israeli chess player.
David Forsyth (1854–1909), a Scotsman who emigrated to New Zealand, served as chess editor of the Glasgow Weekly Herald.
David Friedgood (born 11 July 1946 in Cape Town) is a South African–British chess master.
David Graham Baird (3 December 1854 in New York City – 8 October 1913 in Elizabeth, New Jersey) was an American chess master.
David H. Li is an author on Chinese history and chess.
David Wei Liang Howell (born 14 November 1990) is an English chess grandmaster and British champion in 2009, 2013 and 2014.
David Klein (born 20 December 1993) is a Dutch chess grandmaster.
David Neil Laurence Levy (born 14 March 1945) is a British International Master of chess, a businessman noted for his involvement with computer chess and artificial intelligence, and the founder of the Computer Olympiads and the Mind Sports Olympiads.
David Navara (born 27 March 1985) is a Czech chess grandmaster, the highest-ranked player of his country.
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David Paravyan (Давид Паравян; born 8 March 1998) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
David Podhorzer was an Austrian chess master.
David S. Polland (1915–?) was an American chess master.
David Brine Pritchard (19 October 1919 – 12 December 2005)David Pritchard. The Times (London).
David Simon Charles Goodman (born 25 February 1958 in England) is an International Master of chess, and a chess writer.
David Sirlin is an American game designer and fighting game player.
David Craig Smerdon (born 17 September 1984) is an Australian chess grandmaster and economist.
David Solans Cortés (born 3 August 1996) is a Spanish film and television actor.
David Eugene Tudor (January 20, 1926 – August 13, 1996) was an American pianist and composer of experimental music.
David Vincent Hooper (31 August 1915 – May 1998), born in Reigate, was a British chess player and writer.
Davide Marotti (1 January 1881, Naples – 18 July 1940) was an Italian chess master.
Davis College, Mallow (Coláiste Dáibhís) is a co-educational community college under the auspices of County Cork Educational Training Board (Cork ETB), founded in 1932.
Davit G. Petrosian (Դավիթ Գ. Պետրոսյան; born September 20, 1984) is an Armenian chess Grandmaster (2009).
Davor Palo (born 2 November 1985) is a Danish chess Grandmaster.
Dawid Markelowicz Janowski (25 May 1868 – 15 January 1927; often spelled David) was a leading Polish chess master and subsequent French citizen.
Dawid Przepiórka (22 December 1880, Warsaw – 1940) was a prominent Polish chess player of the early twentieth century.
Dávid Bérczes (born 14 January 1990) is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster.
Džuboks (Џубокс, trans. Jukebox) was a Yugoslav music magazine.
The De La Salle Green Archers (also The Green Archers) are the men's varsity teams representing De La Salle University.
De La Salle University – Dasmariñas (Tagalog: Pamantasang De La Salle - Dasmariñas) (also referred to as DLSU - D or La Salle - Dasma) is a Roman Catholic Lasallian University and a member institution of De La Salle Philippines located in Dasmariñas City, Cavite.
De ludo scachorum (On the Game of Chess), also known as Schifanoia ("Boredom Dodger"), is a Latin-language manuscript on the game of chess written around 1500 by Luca Pacioli, a leading mathematician of the Renaissance.
The Decamentathlon is a multi disciplined games event that was created as part of the first Mind Sports Olympiad.
In logic, the term decidable refers to the decision problem, the question of the existence of an effective method for determining membership in a set of formulas, or, more precisely, an algorithm that can and will return a boolean true or false value that is correct (instead of looping indefinitely, crashing, returning "don't know" or returning a wrong answer).
In chess, decoying is the tactic of ensnaring a piece, usually the king or queen, by forcing it to move to a poisoned square with a sacrifice on that square.
Deen Hergott (born October 23, 1962 in Kitchener, Ontario) is a Canadian International Master of Chess.
Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov was a pair of six-game chess matches between world chess champion Garry Kasparov and an IBM supercomputer called Deep Blue.
Deep Blue–Kasparov, 1996, Game 1 is a famous chess game in which a computer played against a human being.
Game 6 of the Deep Blue–Kasparov rematch, played in New York City on May 11, 1997 and starting at 3:00 p.m. EDT, was the last chess game in the 1997 rematch of Deep Blue versus Garry Kasparov.
Deep reinforcement learning (DRL) is a machine learning method that extends reinforcement learning approach to learning of the entire process from sensors to motors (end-to-end) using deep learning techniques.
Deep Thought was a computer designed to play chess.
DeepMind Technologies Limited is a British artificial intelligence company founded in September 2010.
Deflection in chess is a tactic that forces an opposing piece to leave the square, rank or file it occupies, thus exposing the king or a valuable piece.
Deimantė Cornette (born 22 February 1989 in Šiauliai) is a Lithuanian chess player who holds the FIDE titles of International Master and Woman Grandmaster.
Dejan Antić (born 1968) is a Serbian chess grandmaster.
Dejan Bojkov (Деян Божков) (born July 3, 1977) is a Bulgarian grandmaster and chess author.
Dejan Joveljić (Дејан Јовељић; born 7 August 1999) is a Serbian footballer, who plays for Red Star Belgrade.
DPS Aligarh with separate Junior and Senior Wings - was set up in 1998 and the visionary Chairman of Pavna Group Shri Pawan Jain was the prominent force behind the endeavor.
Delhi Public School, Patna (or DPS Patna) (दिल्ली पब्लिक स्कूल, पटना) is a school in Patna, Bihar, India.
Delia Monica Duca (born 1986) is Romanian beauty pageant titleholder who was crowned Miss Universe Romania 2012 and represented her country at the Miss Universe 2012 pageant.
Delphi Community High School is a public secondary school located in Delphi, Indiana.
Demis Hassabis (born 27 July 1976) is a British artificial intelligence researcher, neuroscientist, video game designer, entrepreneur, and world-class games player.
This article contains lists of candidates associated with the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries for the 2016 United States presidential election.
Denis Rimovich Khismatullin (born 28 December 1984) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Denise Frick (born 26 November 1980) is a South African chess player who hold the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 2004).
Denizlispor is a sports club based in Denizli, Turkey.
The Denker Tournament of High School Champions is a chess tournament that occurs annually in the United States alongside the US Open, Dewain Barber Tournament of K-8 Champions, and National Girls Invitational.
Dennis Monokroussos (born 1966) is an American chess player, author and journalist.
Dennis Wagner (born 19 June 1997) is a German chess grandmaster.
Dennis Waterman (born 1948 in Myrtle Point, Oregon) is a professional poker player and writer.
Deportivo Riestra Asociación de Fomento Barrio Colón, also known as Deportivo Riestra, is a sports and social club from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Derek Simpson (born 23 December 1944) is a British trade unionist who was the Joint-General Secretary of the UK's biggest private-sector trade union, Unite, from 2007 until 2010.
This article refers to a town in Haiti.
The Deschapelles Coup, named after a 19th-century French chess and whist player Alexandre Deschapelles, is the lead of an unsupported honor to create an entry in partner's hand; often confused with the Merrimac coup, the lead of an unsupported honor to kill an entry in an opponent's hand.
Descriptive notation is a notation for recording chess games, and at one time was the most popular notation in English- and Spanish-speaking countries.
Descriptive psychology (DP) is primarily a conceptual framework for the science of psychology.
In chess, a desperado piece is a piece that is or trapped, but captures an enemy piece before it is itself captured.
Despero is a fictional supervillain that appears in comic books published by DC Comics.
Determinacy is a subfield of set theory, a branch of mathematics, that examines the conditions under which one or the other player of a game has a winning strategy, and the consequences of the existence of such strategies.
Determinism is the philosophical theory that all events, including moral choices, are completely determined by previously existing causes.
Deutsche Schachzeitung (English: "German Chess Paper") was the first German chess magazine.
The Deutsche Wertungszahl (abbreviation: DWZ, ger. German Evaluation Number) is an evaluation number in chess to compare the playing performance of individual players.
The Deutscher Turn- und Sportbund (DTSB; German Gymnastics and Sports Federation) was a mass organization of the German Democratic Republic from 1957 until shortly after German reunification.
Devan Nair Chengara Veetil BBM (5 August 1923 – 6 December 2005), also known as C. V. Devan Nair, was a Malaysian-Singaporean politician.
Dexter's Laboratory: Chess Challenge is a board game-style video game developed by Virtucraft and published by BAM! Entertainment for the Game Boy Advance.
Deysi Estela Cori Tello (born 2 July 1993) is a Peruvian chess player, who holds the title of Woman Grandmaster (WGM), and a three-time American Continental women's champion.
Dhaka Residential Model College (also referred to as DRMC) (ঢাকা রেসিডেনসিয়াল মডেল কলেজ), formerly known as Residential Model School, is a public school in Mohammadpur, Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh.
Dharshan Kumaran (born 7 June 1975) is an English chess grandmaster.
Dhyani Dave (born August 21, 1991 in Gujarat) is an Indian Chess player.
Diane Savereide (born 25 November 1954) is an American chess player who hold the title of Woman International Master (WIM, 1978).
Dibyendu Barua (দিব্যেন্দু বড়ুয়া) (born 27 October 1966) is a chess Grandmaster from the city of Kolkata (Calcutta) in the Indian state of West Bengal.
Dice chess can refer to a number of chess variants in which dice are used to alter gameplay; specifically that the moves available to each player are determined by rolling a pair of ordinary six-sided dice.
Theodore Richard "Dick" Milford (10 June 1895 – 19 January 1987) was an English clergyman, educator and philanthropist, who was involved in the founding of Oxfam.
Diego Rafael Di Berardino (born 29 July 1987 in Rio de Janeiro) is a chess International Master.
Diego Flores (born 18 December 1982) is an Argentine chess grandmaster.
Dieter René Keller (born 19 July 1936) is a Swiss chess master.
Dietrich Duhm (1880 in Göttingen – 22 July 1954 in Gailingen am Hochrhein) was a German–Swiss chess master.
Dietrich Gunther Prinz (March 29, 1903 – December 1989) was a computer science pioneer, notable for his work on early British computers at Ferranti, and in particular for developing first limited chess program in 1951.
Dimitri Panteli Bertsekas (b. 1942, Athens, Δημήτρης Παντελής Μπερτσεκάς) is an applied mathematician, electrical engineer, and computer scientist, and a professor at the department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science in School of Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Cambridge, Massachusetts.
Dimitri Komarov (Дмитро Комаров; born 1 December 1968) is a Ukrainian chess grandmaster.
Dimitri Reinderman (born 12 August 1972) is a Dutch chess grandmaster.
Dimitri Tyomkin (born March 25, 1977) is a Canadian chess grandmaster (2001).
Dimitrije Bjelica (born November 8, 1935 in Vrbica Gornja, Yugoslavia) is a Serbian (formerly Yugoslav) chess FIDE Master who can be found in the Guinness Book of Records for playing a 312-board simul in Subotica in 1997 (score: +219 −1.
Dimitrios Mastrovasilis (Δημήτριος Μαστροβασίλης; born 12 June 1983) is a Greek chess grandmaster.
Dimitris Anagnostopoulos (Δημήτρης Αναγνωστόπουλος; born 1970) is a Greek chess Grandmaster.
Dinara Saduakassova (born 31 October 1996).
Ding Liren (born 24 October 1992) is a Chinese chess grandmaster.
Ding Yixin (born April 26, 1991) is a Chinese chess player.
Dión M. Martínez (26 June 1837 – 11 March 1928) was a Cuban–born American chess master.
Dipjan English Higher Secondary School was started at Dangibari 7, Jhapa, Nepalto provide quality education at minimum cost in remote place.
Diplomacy is a strategic board game created by Allan B. Calhamer in 1954 and released commercially in 1959.
Diptayan Ghosh (born 10 August 1998) is a chess player from Kolkata, India.
Jan Dirk Bleijkmans (Bleykmans) (16 May 1875– 27 December 1944) was a Dutch chess master.
Dirk Jan ten Geuzendam (born January 11, 1957) is a Dutch chess writer, commentator and organizer.
Jhr. Dirk van Foreest (3 May 1862 – 24 February 1956) was a Dutch chess master.
"Dirty Work" is a song written by Donald Fagen and Walter Becker that was first released on Steely Dan's debut album Can't Buy a Thrill in 1972.
In chess, a discovered attack is an attack revealed when one piece moves out of the way of another.
Displacement chess is a family of chess variants in which a few pieces are transposed in the initial standard chess position.
Dittweiler is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Kusel district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
Djakhangir Agaragimov (born December 15, 1986), in Azerbaijani Cahangir Ağarəhimov, is an Azerbaijani chess grandmaster.
Dmitrij Kollars (born 13 August 1999) is a German chess grandmaster.
Dmitry Vladimirovich Andreikin (Дмитрий Владимирович Андрейкин, born 5 February 1990) is a Russian chess grandmaster, world junior champion in 2010 and Russian champion in 2012.
Dmitry Bocharov (Дмитрий Бочаров; born October 20, 1982 in Novosibirsk) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Dmitry Sergeevich Gordievsky (Дмитрий Сергеевич Гордиевский; born 24 April 1996) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Dmitry Olegovich Jakovenko (Дмитрий Олегович Яковенко; born 29 June 1983) is a Russian chess grandmaster.
Dmitry Kokarev (Дмитрий Кокарев; born 18 February 1982 in Penza) is a Russian chess Grandmaster (2007).
Dmitry Yurievich Pirog (Дмитрий Юрьевич Пирог; born 27 June 1980) is a Russian former professional boxer who competed from 2005 to 2012.
Dmitry Svetushkin (Дмитрий Светушкин; Dumitru Svetuşchin; born 25 July 1980) is a Moldovan chess grandmaster (2002).
The Doeberl Cup is an annual chess tournament held in Canberra, Australia.
Domenico Lorenzo Ponziani (9 November 1719 – 15 July 1796) was an 18th-century Italian law professor, priest, chess player, composer and theoretician.
In chess, and particularly in endgame studies, domination occurs when a piece has a relatively wide choice of destination squares, but nevertheless cannot avoid being captured.
Don Bosco School Liluah, or DBL, is an all-boys, English medium school located in Liluah, near the city of Kolkata, India.
Donald Lindsay Mathieson is a Waikanae-based New Zealand lawyer and lay Anglican.
Don't Go Near the Water is a 1956 novel by William Brinkley.
Don't Miss The Boat is a board game for two to four players, with no dice or cards or element of elimination.
Donald Byrne (June 12, 1930 – April 8, 1976) was one of the strongest American chess players during the 1950s and 1960s.
Donald in Mathmagic Land is a 27-minute Donald Duck educational featurette released on June 26, 1959.
Dora Trepat de Navarro (1910 – 1971) was an Argentine chess player.
Dorian Rogozenko (also spelled Rogozenco; born 18 August 1973) is a Romanian chess grandmaster (2002) and champion of Moldova in 1994.
Dorsa Derakhshani (درسا درخشانی; born 15 April 1998) is an Iranian chess player representing the United States since September 2017.
Dorsheim is an Ortsgemeinde – a municipality belonging to a Verbandsgemeinde, a kind of collective municipality – in the Bad Kreuznach district in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany.
The Dortmund Sparkassen Chess Meeting is an elite chess tournament held every summer in Dortmund, Germany.
In chess, a double check is a check delivered by two pieces simultaneously.
In shogi, Double Wing Attack or simply Wing Attack or Centre Game (相掛かり aigakari) is a Double Static Rook (相居飛車) opening in which both sides play Static Rook (居飛車) by directly advancing their rook pawns (歩) forward toward their opponent's bishop (角) with the first several moves on each side being identical or very similar.
In shogi, Floating Rook (浮き飛車 ukibisha) is a variation of the Double Wing Attack (相掛かり aigakari) opening in which Black's rook falls back to rank 6 (R-26) aiming to protect this rank and prevent White from exchanging pawns on the eighth file to get a pawn in hand.
In chess, doubled pawns are two pawns of the same color residing on the same file.
Douglaston is an upper middle class community in the New York City borough of Queens.
Downers Grove North High School, or DGN, and locally referred to as "Downers North" or "North", is a public four-year high school located near the corner of Main Street and Ogden Avenue in Downers Grove, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, in the United States.
Downers Grove South High School, or DGS, and locally referred to as "South," is a public four-year high school located at the corner of Dunham Road and 63rd Street in Downers Grove, Illinois, a western suburb of Chicago, Illinois, in the United States.
Dr.L.H.Hiranandani College of Pharmacy is a Pharmacy College in the Mumbai suburban and affiliation to the University of Mumbai.
Dražen Marović (born January 14, 1938 in Split) is a Croatian (former Yugoslav) chess player, trainer, journalist, writer and broadcaster.
Dražen Sermek (born 30 January 1969) is a Croatian chess player who has competed for Slovenia.
Dragan Šolak (Драган Шолак; born 30 March 1980, in Vrbas) is a Turkish-Serbian chess grandmaster.
Dragoljub Miladin Čirić (12 November 1935 – 17 August 2014) was a Serbian and former Yugoslavian chess Grandmaster.
Dragoljub Minić (April 5, 1936 in Podgorica, Zeta Banovina, Kingdom of Yugoslavia – c. April 5, 2005 in Novi Sad, Serbia and Montenegro) was a Yugoslav Grandmaster of chess.
Dragonchess is a three-dimensional fantasy chess variant created by Gary Gygax, co-creator of the famed role-playing game Dungeons & Dragons.
Dragons of Kir is a 2005 strategy board game from Future Magic Games and 1i Productions.
Dragutin Sahović (1940 in Kraljevo – 2005 in Belgrade) was a chess Grandmaster.
Draughts (British English) or checkers (American English) is a group of strategy board games for two players which involve diagonal moves of uniform game pieces and mandatory captures by jumping over opponent pieces.
In chess, a draw is the result of a game ending in a tie.
In chess, a draw by (mutual) agreement is the outcome of a game due to the agreement of both players to a draw.
Dreux is a commune in the Eure-et-Loir department in northern France.
DSB may refer to.
Sport (Спорт) was a Serbian daily sports newspaper.
Duško Pavasovič (also spelt Pavasović and Pavasovic; born October 15, 1976) is a Slovenian chess grandmaster.
Kozarska Dubica (Козарска Дубица; until 1992: Bosanska Dubica / Босанска Дубица) is a town and municipality located in northern Republika Srpska, an entity of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The Dubrovnik chess set has chess pieces of a particular type influenced by the Staunton chess set and used to play the game of chess.
Dumitru Țepeneag (also known under the pen names Ed Pastenague and Dumitru Tsepeneag; b. February 14, 1937) is a contemporary Romanian novelist, essayist, short story writer and translator, who currently resides in France.
Duncan Suttles (born 21 December 1945) is a Grandmaster (chess) of chess who was the strongest Canadian player between the eras of Abe Yanofsky and Kevin Spraggett.
Dunkirk is a 2017 war film written, directed, and produced by Christopher Nolan that depicts the Dunkirk evacuation of World War II.
Dunno, or Know-Nothing or Ignoramus (Незнайка, Neznayka that is Don'tknowka (ka - the Russian suffix here for drawing up the whole name in a cheerful form); from the Russian phrase "не знаю" ("ne znayu"), don't know) is a character created by Soviet children's writer Nikolay Nosov.
The DuPage Valley Conference (DVC) is an organization of nine high schools in northeastern Illinois, representing seven communities in Chicago's suburbs.
Duplicate Scrabble is a variant of the board game Scrabble where all the players are faced with the same board and letters at the same time and must play the highest scoring word they can find.
Dupont Circle is a traffic circle, park, neighborhood, and historic district in Northwest Washington, D.C. The traffic circle is located at the intersection of Massachusetts Avenue NW, Connecticut Avenue NW, New Hampshire Avenue NW, P Street NW, and 19th Street NW.
The Dutch open computer chess championship is a chess tournament for computer chess programs.
John Dylan Morgan (3 May 1946 – 5 March 2011) was a mathematician, physicist, hypnotherapist, and author.
Dylan Riley Jacob Snyder (born January 24, 1997) is an American film, television and musical theatre performer.
Dynamo, also Dinamo, (Belarusian: Дынама, დინამო) is a sports and fitness society created in 1923 in the Soviet Union.
Eugène Michel Antoniadi (1 March 1870 – 10 February 1944) was a Greek astronomer.
Lenin's father, Ilya Nikolayevich Ulyanov, was the fourth child of impoverished tailor Nikolai Vassilievich Ulyanov (born a serf father); and a far younger woman named Anna Alexeevna Smirnova, who lived in Astrakhan.
East Stroudsburg Senior High School South is a public high school located at 279 North Courtland Street in East Stroudsburg, in Monroe County, Pennsylvania.
The Eastbourne Gazette, commonly known as just The Gazette, is a weekly tabloid newspaper, printed on Wednesdays and published since 1859 in Eastbourne, England.
Eastbourne Town Football Club are an English football club based in Eastbourne, East Sussex.
Ectrodactyly, split hand, cleft hand, derived from the Greek ektroma (abortion) and daktylos (finger) involves the deficiency or absence of one or more central digits of the hand or foot and is also known as split hand/split foot malformation (SHFM).
Edgard Colle (18 May 1897, in Ghent, Belgium – 20 April 1932) was a Belgian chess master.
Edhi Handoko (August 28, 1960 – February 17, 2009) was an Indonesian chess grandmaster and four-time winner of the Indonesian Chess Championship.
Edith Charlotte Price (1872–1956) was an English female chess master.
Edith Martha Holloway (1868–1956) a British chess player.
Edith Keller-Herrmann (17 November 1921 – 12 May 2010) was a German woman chess master.
Edith Mary Ann Michell (née Tapsell) (c. July 1872 in Croydon, Surrey – 18 October 1951 in Bexhill-on-Sea, Sussex) was an English female chess master.
Edmar John Mednis (Edmārs Mednis) (March 22, 1937 – February 13, 2002) was an American International Grandmaster of chess (awarded in 1980) born in Riga, Latvia.
Edmond Hoyle (1672 – 29 August 1769) was a writer best known for his works on the rules and play of card games.
Eduard Aymerich Verdaguer (born 4 November 1997) is a Catalan chess player who holds the title Catalan Master since 2016.
Eduard Dyckhoff (November 14, 1880 in Augsburg, Germany – March 2, 1949) was a German doctor of law and chess player.