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Perpetual Chess features weekly conversations with the chess world's best players, promoters, and educators about their lives, careers, current projects, and best practices.

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Perpetual Chess Podcast Ben Johnson

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Perpetual Chess features weekly conversations with the chess world's best players, promoters, and educators about their lives, careers, current projects, and best practices.

Learn more at PerpetualChessPod.com

    EP.231 - Braden Laughlin (Adult Improver Series)

    EP.231 - Braden Laughlin (Adult Improver Series)

     

    My guest on this week’s adult improver edition of Perpetual Chess is Braden Laughlin. Braden is a 22 year old Canadian chess enthusiast who has seen robust gains in the first few years of his chess development. Braden went from 0 to 1750 (Canadian rating) in his first 16 months of chess!  In the subsequent 2.5 years he has continued to get stronger, and now has an online blitz rating peak of over 2100!  Not bad for four years work! How did he do it? As you will hear, Braden has an approach that is wholly different from any other adult improver that has appeared on Perpetual Chess. Braden has taken full advantage of all of the great free chess content on YouTube, and is also a big proponent of playing tons of games, and trying to derive a lesson from each game. For many more tips, as well as some background about Braden as a video editor and recently hired Chessable employee please check out our interview. As always, lots more details, timestamps and relevant links can be found below. 

     

    0:00- How to Chess Podcast info from your host Ben: 

    Coming soon to its own feed, How to Chess feeds for Spotify, Apple Podcsts, YouTube, etc. and will be linked here once available. 

    Meanwhile the first few episodes will also be made available on this very Perpetual Chess feed for you to check out. 

    For any how to chess related questions you’d like answered please email howtochess at chessable.com 

     

    6:00- Braden joins the show and digs into his chess background and his early steps in chess improvement. 

    Mentioned: Chess Network’s YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCCDOQrpqLqKVcTCKzqarxLg

    Also mentioned: IM John Bartholomew- Climbing the Rating Ladder Playlist

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U2huVf1l4UE&list=PLl9uuRYQ-6MCBnhtCk_bTZsD8GxeWP6BV

    Also mentioned: GM Yasser Seirawan, The St. Louis Chess Club’s YouTube Channel:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCM-ONC2bCHytG2mYtKDmIeA

    Also mentioned: Jonathan Rowson’s Chess for Zebras

     

    18:00- Braden discusses how chess served as an escape for him when he faced some physical and mental health challenges: 

     

    21:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Check it out for free, and then if you subscribe use the promo code Perpetual30

     

    22:00- How did Braden balance actual chess playing with the study he did and chess videos that he consumed? 

     

    27:00- What tips does Braden have for learning positional chess concepts? 

    Mentioned: ChessNetwork, IM John Bartholomew, Simple Chess by GM Michael Stean, Simple Chess Podcast, Book Recap #13, Episode 213 with IM Greg Shahade   

     

    33:00- How much time did  Braden spend working on tactics? 

    GM Roman Dzindzichashvili 

     

    38:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

    New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels in all - Chessable.com

    39:00- Has Braden’s study approach changed as he has reached higher levels? 

     

    45:30- Braden answers a question from the Patreon mailbag relating to how the OTB tournament situation will compare in Spain to North America. (Braden is moving to Spain soon) 

     

    48:00- Patreon question: “Did Braden use any Chessable resources to help his chess improvement?”

    Mentioned: 100 Endgames You Must Know, Braden’s video about the longest possible chess game is here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5DXJxR3Uig

    Mentioned: IM Eric Rosen, IM Kostya Kavutskiy 

     

    56:00- Braden discusses how he got into creating Youtube videos. 

    Mentioned: Good Blood Youtube channel:

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC55OV4HSSKJEthG4ulsKkyw

    Zelda video-

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GyUcwsjyd8Q

     

    1:02:00- Thanks so much to Braden for sharing the details of his unique climb up the rating ranks!

    Subscribe to his YouTube channel here:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5DXJxR3Uig

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    • 1 hr 12 min
    EP.230 - WGM Irene Sukandar

    EP.230 - WGM Irene Sukandar

    WGM and IM Irene Sukander is one of the top players in Indonesia, the two-time Asian Women’s Chess Champion, and she earned a Grandmaster norm at the Asian Continental in 2012. Although her numerous chess accomplishments required an investment of time, Irene did not shirk her studies. She studied English literature in Indonesia, and Irene earned a Masters Degree in International Relations at chess powerhouse Webster University in St. Louis. Irene was already a well-known and accomplished chess player, but we saw her fame explode when due to an unusual  set of circumstances she participated in a live, high stakes chess match with 1.25 million online viewers!  Irene reflects on that match, and the ways it changed her life both for better and for worse. We also discuss Irene’s current chess goals, the unique chess culture in Indonesia, ways to popularize chess for women, and many more topics. There is much to learn from Irene, so I hope you enjoy this conversation as I did. Please read on for more details, timestamp and related links. 

     

    0:00- We begin by discussing the latest on Irene’s chess game. Is she studying? Is she planning on chasing the GM title? This segment also touches on chess in Indonesia. 

     

    Mentioned: Ray Robson, Eric Rosen, Ilya Nyzhnik, Le Quang Liem, Susan Polgar

    Ladies Knight Podcast interview with Jen Shahade:

    https://open.spotify.com/episode/108CgkISEvilraOmayh887?si=9df44dab494b4bb1

    Biel Open, 

    Jakarta Post article about Irene:

    https://www.thejakartapost.com/life/2021/04/09/meet-irene-kharisma-sukandar-the-grandmaster-thrust-into-the-spotlight.html

     

    10:00- Irene was a bit of a prodigy as a child. She delves into the intense study regimen that helped her earn her chess success. 

    Mentioned: GM Mikhail Botvinnik, Chess Informant’s, Hort-Karpov 1981

     

    27:00- Irene answers a question from the Perpetual Chess Patreon mailbag relating to ways that more women can be inspired to pursue chess. 

     

    Mentioned: GM Judit Polgar, GM Maia Chiburdanidze, GM Hou Yifan, GM Ju Wenjun, GM Alexandra Kosteniuk

     

    33:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

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    34:00- Irene reflects on the experience of participating in the most viewed chess match of all time, an event which came about under quite unusual circumstances. 

    Mentioned: IM Levy Rozman a/k/a Gotham Chess , Dewa Kipas, Here is Peter Doggers’ Chess.com story- Cheating Controversy Results in Most Watched Chess Event of All Time-

    https://www.chess.com/news/view/most-watched-chess-stream-in-history-dewa-kipas

     

    43:00- What content advice has Irene been given from her friend IM Eric Rosen? 

    Mentioned: Episode 36 with IM Eric Rosen, Episode 130 with IM Eric Rosen

     

    47:00- Patreon question- was the $14,000 Irene received for her match with Dewa Kipas her biggest chess payday? She also reflects a bit more on what she will remember from this landmark chess match. 

     

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    1:01:00- We talk a bit about Irene’s life and interests away from the board. 

    Mentioned: Reykjavik Open Chess Tournament- https://www.reykjavikopen.com/, Kopi Luwak 

     

    1:08:00- Thanks so much to Irene for joining the podcast Here are the best ways to keep up with her:

    Instagram-

    https://www.instagram.com/irene_sukandar/?hl=en

    Twitter- https://twitter.com/irene_sukandar?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor

    Twitch- https://t.co/tIJGJkZzLp?amp=1

    Chess.com 



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    • 1 hr 16 min
    EP.229 - GM Davorin Kuljasevic

    EP.229 - GM Davorin Kuljasevic

     

    GM Davorin Kuljsevicis an  author, a trainer and, of course, an accomplished chess player. Davorin has won several international tournaments and competed with the Croatian National team. As a trainer, he has coached the Finland Men’s and Women’s National Chess teams,and he has taught many titled players. In recent years, Davorin is becoming best known for his books. His first book, Beyond Material, helps players learn to sacrifice for initiative and to play more dynamically. Davorin’s new book,How to Study Chess On Your Own: Creating a Plan that Works and Sticking to it, is an expansive and instructive book that provides both chess instruction and study plans for the ambitious improver. The book, and our interview, contain useful tips on how to properly use engines, improve tactics, structure study time, and lots more. Please read on for more details and relevant timestamps. 

     

    0:00- We dive right into Davorin’s new book,How to Study Chess On Your Own: Creating a Plan that Works and Sticking to it. What advice can be gleaned from this impressive book? 

    Mentioned: GM Efstratios Grivas, IM Lawrence Trent, GM Daniel Fridman, Kuljasevic-Fridman 2013,  GM Richard Rapport, GM Judit Polgar, GM Veselin Topalov

     12:00- Davorin’s book advocates a very ambitious study plan.  Can it be adjusted for those who have less time to devote to chess study?

    Mentioned:Pump Up Your Ratingby GM Axel Smith, Berlin Wall by GM John Cox  

    18:00- Davorin answers a few Patreon mailbag questions, including, “Is there a minimum amount of study one must to do to expect chess improvement?” 

    Mentioned: IM Cyrus Lakdawala 

    24:00- Patreon mailbag question:  “How should adult improvers measure progress?”

    28:00-Patreon mailbag question:  “Can humans use non GM strength engines as playing partners?” 

    Mentioned: ChessDojo, Episode 215 with Dr. Vishnu Sreekumar 

    31:00- How should one properly use chess engines?

    James Altucher Episode 716 with Garry Kasparov 

     

    37:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

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    38:00- How can we break the spell of excessive “materialism” in chess, and learn to sacrifice for dynamic compensation? 

    Mentioned: Beyond Material by GM Davorin Kuljasevic,  Gamechangerby GM Mathew Sadler and WIM Natasha Regan, Artemiev-Motylev 2015, Mastering Positional Sacrifices by IM Merijn van Delft 

    46:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Check it out for free, and then, if you decide to subscribe, use the PromoCode Chess30 to save 30%.

    49:00- How would Davorin ramp up for a tournament if he were getting ready to compete? 

    Mentioned: WGM Iva Videnova,  

    51:00- What was it like to do a Chess TV show in Croatia? How is the chess culture there? Mentioned:  Episode 160 with Agadmator, Episode 117 with Stjepian Tomic aka Hanging Pawns, Episode 223 with Dr. Luka Popov, GM Alojzije Janković

    54:30- Davorin discusses his experience studying in the US at University of Texas at Dallas, and at Texas Tech University 

    Mentioned: IM John Bartholomew, IM Dmitry Schneider, FM Andrei Zaremba 

    58:00- Davorin names a few of his favorite chess authors

    Mentioned: IM Mark Dvoretsky, GM Jacob Aagaard, GM Boris Gelfand, Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual  

    1:02:-- Thanks so much to Davorin for joining the show. Link below for where to reach him and  purchase his books:

    Buy from New in Chess Publishing (including ebook):

    https://www.newinchess.com/how-to-study-chess-on-your-own

    Buy from Amazon:

    How to Study Chess on Your Own: Creating a Plan that Works… and Sticking to it! - Kindle edition by Kuljasevic, Davorin. Humor & Entertainment Kindle eBooks @ Amazon.com.

    Reach Davorin here:

    https://lichess.org/coach/GrandmasterThinking

     

    If you wo

    • 1 hr 10 min
    EP.228 - GM Ben Finegold returns

    EP.228 - GM Ben Finegold returns

    This week we are rejoined by the always entertaining Twitch streamer,YouTube creator and accomplished Grandmaster,  Ben Finegold! Ben was an early guest of Perpetual Chess, back in 2017. In the subsequent years, Ben has seen his online following grow rapidly, and The Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Atlanta (which he co-founded with his wife Karen Boyd)   continues to find its footing despite the pandemic. In this interview, Ben reflects on his recent success, and shares some great stories from his own journey to the GM title, his early encounters with the Polgar sisters, and some chess history wisdom regarding Magnus Carlsen, Garry Kasparov, Mikhail Tal and many others. It is always illuminating and amusing to get to chat with Ben, please read on for all of the details, relevant links and timestamps. 

     

    0:00- We begin by hearing the story of how Ben earned the GM title at the relatively late age of 40. 

    Mentioned: Episode 9 with GM Ben Finegold, Episode 52 with GM Ben Finegold, Episode 271 “IM to GM special episode” with IMs Lawrence Trent, Sean Nagle and Attila Turzo, Bill Goichberg, Susan Polgar, Sevan Muradian, FM Peter Giannatos, GM Vishy Anand, GM Garry Kasparov, Albert Pujols, Robert Parish, GM Viktor Korchnoi, Shaquille O’Neal, Mike Tyson

     

    18:00- Since Ben wasn’t a big book reader, to what does he attribute his chess accomplishments? 

    Mentioned: GM Bobby Fischer, WGM Jenn Shahade, Episode 223 with Adult Improver Dr. Luka Popov 

     

    24:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Check it out for free, and then, if you decide to subscribe, use the PromoCode Chess30 to save 30%.

     

    25:30- A Patreon supporter of the podcast asks:  As someone with a popular chess center, what advice would Ben give for opening a venue in a major city? 

    Mentioned: Episode 185 with IM Stuart Rachels, Episode 201 with FM Peter Giannatos 

    Mentioned: The Queen’s Gambit, Silver Knights Enrichment 

     

    41:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

    New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels in all - Chessable.com

    42:00- Ben answers a Patreon mailbag question relating to the differences in playing style between GMs Magnus Carlsen and GM Garry Kasparov

    Mentioned: HBO’s Real Sports featuring GM Fabiano Caruana:

    https://www.youtube.om/watch?v=nbvrDspsGNU&feature=emb_imp_woyt

    Also mentioned: Paul Morphy, GM Anatoly Karpov 

     

    50:00- Ben had a few memorable games against the Polgar sisters. What were those experiences like?

    Mentioned: FM Emory Tate , GM Roman Dzindichashvilli, J. Polgar-Finegold 1989, Finegold, Gelfand 1989, J. Polgar-Finegold 1990, Finegold-Susan Polgar 1990

     

    56:00- Why does Ben think he has found an audience on Chess Twitch? How does he think about some recent controversies involving chess Twitch personalities? 

    Mentioned: GM Jon Speelman, GM Hikaru Nakamura, GM Eric Hansen, The Botez Sisters, GM Fabiano Caruana, GM Aman Hambleton, IM John Bartholomew, IM Eric Rosen, IM Anna Rudolf, WFM Anna Cramling, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia 

     

    1:10:00- Patreon mailbag question: Does Ben have plans to improve his Twitch clips? 

    Mentioned: The Family Guy 

     

    1:16:00- Patreon mailbag question: Which players of the past would have been good Twitch streamers? 

    Mentioned: GM Ljubomir Ljubojević FM Emory Tate, GM Mikhail Tal, GM Alonso Zapata 

     

    1:21:00- GM Ben Finegold was featured in Sasha Chapin’s entertaining book All the Wrong Moves. What were Ben’s experiences with Sasha like?

    Mentioned: Episode 152 with Sasha Chapin, Howard Stern, George Stephonopoulos, 

     

    1:26:00- Thanks, as always to Ben for joining the show. Here is how to keep up with him:

     

    Twitch-

    https://www.twitch.tv/gmbenjaminfinegold

    Twitter- https://twitter.com/ben_finegold?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eser

    • 1 hr 35 min
    EP.227 - WFM Maria Emelianova

    EP.227 - WFM Maria Emelianova

    WFM Maria Emelianova a/k/a “Photochess” is a popular Twitch streamer, photographer, translator, and chess journalist. Maria often spends more than half of her time travelling to cover and help organize chess tournaments.   She has accumulated many memorable images and great stories from her time on the chess beat. To give an idea of her schedule, Maria worked on staff at the 2020-2021 FIDE Candidates in her native Yekaterinaburg, Russia, and she joined the podcast en route home from working at the Russian Team Championship in Sochi. 

    In our conversation, Maria gave a first hand perspective on the Candidates Tournament, and we also  touched on Maria’s chess book recommendations.  We talked about  her career as a chess competitor, as well as stories from her life as a chess photographer and advice regarding chess photography, Twitch streaming, and much more. Please read on for timestamps, lots more details and links related to this fun conversation. 





    0:00- As an Yekaterinaburg native and resident, Maria was part of the FIDE Candidates staff. She describes what her work entailed and gives some behind-the-scenes info from the tournament. 

    Mentioned: https://www.sima-land.ru/, WGM Leya Garifullina, GM Ian Nepomniatchtchi, GM Peter Leko, Lennart Ootes 





    24:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

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    24:45- What are Maria’s favorite chess resources? 

    Mentioned: My Great Predecessors , Decision Making in Major Piece Endings , Chess Life Magazine, IM Elizabeth Paehtz’s Twitch channel-

    https://www.twitch.tv/ellipaehtz

     

    32:30- Maria discusses her decision to play internationally for the United Kingdom, rather than Russia 

     

    39:00-  Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Check it out for free, and then, if you decide to subscribe, use the PromoCode Chess30 to save 30%.

     

    39:45- Maria reflects on her experiences as a Twitch streamer and shares some advice for other aspiring streamers and chess professionals. 

    Mentioned: Twitch Streamer MrLlamaSC- 

    https://www.twitch.tv/mrllamasc

    Also Mentioned: Episode 180 with IM Levy Rozman, Episode 140 with GM Aman Hambleton

     

    53:30- Maria tells the memorable story of her first gig as a chess photographer 

    Mentioned: GM Alexander Motylev, Former FIDE President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov  

     

    1:00:00- What makes for a good chess photo? Who are Maria’s favorite players to photograph?

    Mentioned: GM Magnus Carlsen, GM Ian Nepomniatchtchi, GM Anton Korobov, GM Alexander Grischuk

     

    1:07:30- Which of Maria’s 5 cats is most beloved by her Twitch viewers? 

     

    1:13:00- Thanks so much to Maria for joining the show. Here is how you can keep up with her:

    Twitch:

    https://www.twitch.tv/photochess

    Webpage:

     https://photochess.com/

    Chess.com: 

    https://www.chess.com/member/photochess

    Instagram:

    https://www.instagram.com/photochess/?hl=en

    Twitter: 

    https://twitter.com/photochess?lang=en

    Reddit Photo Challenge:

    https://www.reddit.com/r/photoshopbattles/comments/6kywwe/psbattle_world_chess_champion_receiving_golden/

     

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    • 1 hr 23 min
    EP.226 - Tim Krabbé

    EP.226 - Tim Krabbé

     

    Tim Krabbé is a popular Dutch novelist who is probably best known for the cult cycling classic The Rider, and the book The Vanishing, which was adapted into film in both The Netherlands and the U.S. 

    In chess circles, Tim is a strong player who was once among the top 20 in the Netherlands, and he was a competitor in two Dutch National Championships. He has written for New in Chess Magazine, and wrote a classic (out of print)  book called Chess Curiosities. Around the late 1990s and 2000s, Tim maintained an  amazing blog which tracked chess news, shared stories  and contained many noteworthy chess studies and records. Tim no longer updates the blog, but fortunately he maintains the archive, so that chess fans still can immerse themselves in it. Tim has accumulated some great stories from his interactions with legends like GMs Jan Timman, Garry Kasparov, and Vishy Anand. In our interview, he shares a few of the stories, assesses the chess boom, and shares his wisdom on the topics of writing, cycling, longevity, and of course, chess. Please read on for more details and relevant hyperlinks. 





    0:00- We dive right into chess talk, as Tim shares his thoughts on the FIDE Candidates tournament, and discusses his current relationship with chess. 

    Mentioned: GM Anish Giri, GM Ian Nepomniatchtchi, Babson tasks , Episode 210 with Tom Vanderbilt. See Tom Vanderbilt’s profile of Tim Krabbé here- 

    https://www.bicycling.com/news/a20026829/think-you-understand-the-rider-think-again/





    09:45- Tim made a comeback to cycling in his 60’s, and still works hard on his writing at the age of 78.   What advice does he have for staying mentally and physically robust? This segues into Tim’s thoughts on the relative differences between chess, cycling, and racing. 

     

    16:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. You can check out their latest offerings here:

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    16:45- Tim answers a few questions from The Patreon mailbag relating to whether there are any similarities between cycling and chess. 

    Mentioned: Marc Cavendish, GM Simen Agdestein, Tim’s article about Simen is here:

    https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/chess2/agd_eng.htm

     

    23:30- Tim tells the memorable story of how Bobby Fischer’s achievement’s deterred him from pursuing professional chess. He then tells a few stories derived from his attending the Fischer-Spassky World Championship in 1972. 

    Game 1 here- 

    https://www.chessgames.com/perl/chessgame?gid=1044722

    Also mentioned: GM Friðrik Ólafsson

     

    30:30- Patreon mailbag question: “How important does Tim think exercise is for competing at chess?” 





    34:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. Check it out for free, and then, if you decide to subscribe, use the PromoCode Chess30 to save 30%.

    35:00- What is Tim’s most cherished chess memory? What sites does he read? 

    Mentioned: Leonid Yarosh’s Babson Task- more info here: 

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Babson_task

    Also mentioned: Chessbase.com, Chessvibes.com 

     

    40:30- What are Tim’s favorite chess books?

    Mentioned: The Kingby GM Jan Hein Donner, Hein Donner, The Biography, The Life and Games of Mikhail Tal 

     

    44:00- What does Tim think about the future of chess?

    Mentioned: GM Jan Timman, Read Tim’s chess short story, Master Jacobson, here:

    https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/text/jacobson.htm

     

    49:00- What advice does Tim have for how to tell a good story? Who are his favorite novelists?

    Mentioned: Lev Tolstoy, Fyodor Dostoevsky, Ivan Turgenev 

     

    53:00- Tim describes a memorable interaction with legendary World Champion Garry Kasparov. 

    Mentioned: Kasparov vs. Piket 1995, Tim’s piece A Walk with Garry Kasparov:

    https://timkr.home.xs4all.nl/text/kaspeng.html

     

    Thanks so much to Tim for sharing his storie

    • 1 hr 4 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
46 Ratings

46 Ratings

Bruno from Canada ,

Keeps getting better and better

I took interest in chess after seeing The Queen’s Gambit and am so glad to have found this great podcast. I suggest to not listen to it from the beginning, but pick a subject or an interview that interests you. The Chess books and Adult improvers series are really great. I barely knew any chess history, let alone any current players except Carlsen and can now list the world champions and most of the current top 20 just by listening to this podcast. It’s also a great way to get familiar with chess terminology. It makes this great game less intimidating to get into.

Countersparks ,

Fun and informative, lots of new ideas

Vast library of shows. Most recent guest Peter Svidler!! Guests include streamers, titled players, improvers, authors, and coaches. I don’t hesitate to listen to every episode. So much great content :). Thanks Ben.

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Lots of Great Guests

Great questions and great personalities.

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