Randy Reynolds Podcast Interview

Today’s podcast features Randy Reynolds. Randy has been very active in the Colorado Chess scene the past 10 years  He: runs tournaments and helps organize events teaches chess to children in schools and private lessons is the former editor of … Continue reading

100th Newsletter, Moose is loose, Chess victory dance

100th Newsletter!  I just send out Tactics Time Newsletter #100 to my earliest subscribers.  It features a very interesting position with a 400 point upset from the first Edward Levy Memorial tournament that was held in Denver years ago against … Continue reading

Beast Mode: Tactics Time e-mail newsletter sample

This is a sample of one of my free chess tactics e-mail newsletters.  The newsletters come out every other day, and contain a fun tactics problem for you to solve.  You can sign up using the box on the right … Continue reading

Why pick a pawn when you could pick a Bishop?

I frequently get questions about some of the tactics that I publish, both in my newsletters, as well as my column from the Colorado Chess Informant. Here is a letter I received today about my October 2011 Informant Tactics Time … Continue reading

Malkovich Chess, Losing on Time, Baffo on Timmy’s Chess

I will be playing in the Reno Western States Open next weekend.  Several of my chess friends will be there as well, including Troy Oberg and Francisco Baltier.  Should be fun!  I have played in Reno several times, and it … Continue reading

Solving vs Recognizing Tactics, IM Andrew Martin Videos, Knight Moves

Call for Artists for the upcoming “Art of Chess” exhibition that will be held at the Glovinsky Gallery in Denver. This exhibit features an original “Chess” themed art exhibition right in the heart of Denver’s Beautiful Santa Fe Arts District! … Continue reading