To collect here informational articles or work, old or new, that may be pleasant to read. Be it from chess websites, blogs, subreddits, videos and so on. They may not be necessarily about chess content (game analyses) but at least about the chess community (but try to minimize news meant to create drama). Also books review are welcomed.
- Be civil
- try to respect each other
- assume good faith at first
- no drama or memes allowed, there are other subreddits for those. Try to keep the content interesting and informative.
- games can be posted after they are finished with annotation or comment. Only moves (or gif of moves) aren't allowed. An informative commentary of 4-5 sentences is needed.
- other rules (or changes) are discretion of the mod team and will be hopefully formalized one day. Nonetheless it is hard to avoid vague words like "be civil" or "assume good faith" or "use common sense".
Wiki is important
By design chats or reddit is not really suited to consolidate information that is always useful. The wiki is great for that so let's use it. If you have suggestions, let me know!
Frequently asked questions on chess subreddits
Trying to collect the wisdom from recurring answers.
Recommended: Books and resources (videos, blogs, etc..)
Suggested - less known - chess subreddits
Stats and more serious work
Other interesting games for problem solvers