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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

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 254- World Chess Championship Preview Part 2 with Tai Pruce Zimmerman

    EP 254- World Chess Championship Preview Part 2 with Tai Pruce Zimmerman

    My guest for Part 2 of the World Chess Championship preview is chess blogger Tai Pruce Zimmerman. Tai is an accountant by training, who created the excellent Chess by the Numbers blog to write about elite chess from a statistical perspective. With the World Championship just days away, I was excited to have the opportunity to ask Tai to walk us through various scenarios in the upcoming showdown between GMs Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniatchtchi. We tackled questions such as the following:  Based on rating, how likely is Magnus to win? How likely are we to see tiebreaks? Would Magnus be as big a favorite if the match were to go to rapid tiebreaks? How likely would it be that one player “adopt” another? We take on all of these questions and more, as Tai describes how his model is made and tells all of the numbers we need to know for the match. As always, please read on for more details, timestamps, and relevant links! 

    0:00- Info from the Intro: 
    Be sure to go to MagnusNepo.com to join Aimchess’ Prediction Challenge! 
    Check out Chess.com’s easy-to-read World Championship schedule breakdown here. 
    Perpetual Chess Bonus World Championship Pods are planned for: November 29, December 2, December 6, December 9 and  December 13
    3:00- We briefly review the format of the World Championship Match, and then Tai dives into what goes into his statistical model, and what it says about the upcoming match. 
    Mentioned: Episode 249 with Dr. Mark Glickman, Nate Solon’s article about the World Championship 

    11:00- How would Tai’s model assess a potential rapid playoff? 

    16:00- What did Tai do to guess the competitors rating strengths other than just use their current FIDE ratings? 
    Mentioned: Pinnacle Sports World Chess Championships Odds

    20:30- If the match goes to blitz tiebreaks, who would be the favorite to win the match? 
    Mentioned: Matt Jensen’s World Championship Preview of Chess.com 

    27:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don’t forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well!
    27:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. ACT NOW to enter their free Magnus-Nepo challenge on this site: https://magnusnepo.com/

    29:00- Patreon mailbag question: “How does acclaimed trainer and author, GM Jacob Aagaard of KillerChessTraining.com assess the World Championship?” 
    Mentioned: Tarjei Svenson’s summary of a recent Magnus Carlsen interview 

    31:00- Patreon mailbag question  “What are the odds of Magnus adopting Nepo?” 

    33:30- How does the Aimchess.com algorithm assess the players strengths and weaknesses?
    Mentioned: Aimchess analysis here 
    35:00- We briefly discuss GM Alireza Firouzja’s recent dominance. 

    42:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com. They offer a huge video library with instruction on every phase of the game. 

    43:00- Patreon mailbag question: “Any chance of Tai’s blog being sponsored by a major chess site?” 
    Mentioned: TwoPlusTwo chess forum, New in Chess Free World Championship Digital Magazine, Dennis Monokroussos’ The Chess Mind Blog

    50:00- Tai shares a few more details about the methodology of his model.

    54:00- Tai shares a bit more about his background and his other interests outside of chess. 

    56:00- In terms of rating differential, what prior World Championship provides the best historical analogue?

    57:00- Thanks so much to Tai for sharing his data with us. 
    Check out and subscribe to his blog here: 
    https://chessnumbers.wordpress.com/
    You can follow him on Twitter here: 
    https://twitter.com/ChessNumbers





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    • 1 hr 10 min
    EP 253- GM Daniel King Previews the World Championship, plus more!

    EP 253- GM Daniel King Previews the World Championship, plus more!

    Grandmaster Daniel King is a popular Commentator, Author, YouTube Creator and Chessable Author. As a player, he has represented England internationally, won many tournaments, and has beaten the likes of Anand and Korchnoi! On his excellent YouTube channel, Powerplay Chess, Daniel has recently been sharing his analysis of key games between Magnus Carlsen and Ian Nepomniatchtchi. With such a resume, he is the perfect person to join me for a preview of the World Championship match, which is less than a week away. Of course, when Daniel visits the podcast there is always more to be discussed. Other highlights include his unforgettable interactions with GM Viktor Korchnoi, and his long relationship with the Kalashnikov Sicilian, which is the subject of his excellent new Chessable course. Please read on for all of the details and relevant links. 

    0:00- 
    Info from the Intro: 
    Be sure go to MagnusNepo.com to join Aimchess’ Prediction Challenge! 
    Check out Chess.com’s easy-to-read World Championship schedule breakdown here. 
    Perpetual Chess Bonus World Championship Pods are planned for: November 29, December 2, December 6, December 9 and December 13

    6:00- Daniel King joins me to share his thoughts on the World Championship match. 
    Mentioned: Wang Hao 2021-Nepomniatchtchi Candidates 2021, Vachier-Lagrave-Nepomniatchtchi Candidates 2021, GM Nigel Short, GM Michael Adams, GM John Nunn, Peter Doggers interview with GM Fabiano Caruana, Caruana-Carlsen Game 1, 2018, World Championship Odds on Pinnacle.com 

    32:00- Patreon mailbag question: “What is the etiquette for former seconds discussing their work with a World Championship contender, a la Rustam Kasimdzhanov’s recent comments about GM Fabiano Caruana. ?”

    35:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chess.com- be sure to check out their new Game Review feature after every game 
    35:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com. They offer a huge video library with instruction on every phase of the game. 

    37:00- What is Daniel’s history with the Kalashnikov opening, the opening that is the subject of his  new Chessable course? 

    45:30- Does Daniel have a favorite opening? 

    47:00- Patreon mailbag question:” Does Daniel have any plans to update his classic book Mastering the Spanish?”
    Mentioned: Chess Magazine 

    52:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don’t forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well!
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    53:00- Patreon mailbag question: “Will Daniel ever flip the board so Black is on the bottom when showing the Black POV on Powerplay Chess?” 

    56:00- Patreon mailbag question- “Is there any video of Daniel playing the bass?” 
    Mentioned: Nette Robinson art 

    58:00- What were Daniel’s interactions with Korchnoi like? 
    Mentioned: Book Recap #20- Talking Korchnoi with John Fernandez, Korchnoi-Karpov Game 31, 1978

    Thanks as always to Daniel for joining the show!
    If you enjoy his content, feel free to support his Patreon page, as I do. 
    Youtube- Powerplay Chess
    Free short and sweet version of Daniel’s Kalashnikov course: 
    https://www.chessable.com/short-sweet-kings-kalashnikov-sicilian/course/83454/
    Purchase the full course here: King’s Kalashnikov Sicilian 
    Follow Daniel on Twitter here 
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    • 1 hr 15 min
    EP 252- GM Andy Soltis returns!

    EP 252- GM Andy Soltis returns!

    GM Andy Soltis is an award winning journalist,World Chess Hall of Fame member, a Chess Life Magazine columnist , and a  prolific author who has written over 50 books. In this interview, we discuss Andy’s most recents works,  Smyslov, Bronstein, Geller, Taimanov and Averbakh: A Chess Multibiography with 220 Games, and 500 Chess Questions Answered: for all new chess players.  We also discuss Andy’s own chess improvement journey, as well as the upcoming World Chess Championship. Andy is always fun to chat with due to his encyclopedic knowledge of all things chess. For lots more details, relevant links, and timestamps, please read on. 
    Previous appearances by GM Andy Soltis:
    Episode 91 with GM Andy Soltis 
    Episode 172 with GM Andy Soltis 
    Book Recap #17 - Discussing Zurich 1953 with FM Nate Solon and GM Andy Soltis  

    0:00- We begin by getting Andy’s chess improvement advice, including a Patreon question about whether Andy thinks chess books are superior to online learning tools as means for improving your game.

    Mentioned: DeGroot’s Thought and Choice in Chess, GM Hikaru Nakaura, GM Yasser Seirawan Weltgeschichte Des Schachs Lieferung 27- Boris Spassky, GM Daniel Gormally, GM Walter Browne 

    12:45- What is the proper mix between studying and playing? 
    Mentioned: GM Alireza Firouzja 

    15:30- What most helped Andy improve at chess? 
    Mentioned: GM Reuben Fine 

    17:30- How did GM Yefim Geller go from Candidate Master to World Class player in his early 20s? 
    Mentioned: GM Bobby Fischer, 

    22:00-Patreon mailbag question:  What was Andy’s most memorable Marshall Chess Club Championship victory? 
    Mentioned: FM Orest Popovich

    26:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don’t forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well!

    26:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Aimchess.com. ACT NOW to enter their free Magnus-Nepo challenge on this site: https://magnusnepo.com/

    27:00- We discuss a bit about each player in GM Soltis’ beautiful new book, Smyslov, Bronstein, Geller, Taimanov and Averbakh  starting with former World Champion GM Vassily Smyslov. 

    33:00- What should we know about GM David Bronstein?  Was his Candidates match with Boleslavsky in 1950 really fixed? 
    Mentioned: Episode 80 with GM Genna Sosonko, Ruth Haring, GM Bobby Fischer  

    42:00- What should we know about legendary Ukrainian GM, Yefim Geller? 
    Mentioned: GM Boris Spassky 

    44:00- Mark Taimanov was a world class pianist and chess player both. What else distinguished him from his chess contemporaries? 
    Mentioned: I was the Victim of Fischer, Vspominiaia-Samykh-Samykh, GM Eduard Gufeld, Chessgames.com Taimanov-Matulovic “Caveat Emptor” 

    53:00- What should we know about GM Yuriy Averbakh? 
    Mentioned: GM Boris Spassky, GM Lubomir Kavalek 

    59:00- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com. They offer a huge video library with instruction on every phase of the game. 

    1:00:00- Patreon mailbag question: “What book would Andy love to write that he hasn’t written yet?”

    1:03:00- What does Andy think are the most  important factors in which of his books sell the best? 

    Mentioned: GM John Fedorowicz, GM Arthur Bisguier, GM Pal Benko: My Life Games and Compositions, Magnus Carlsen: 60 Memorable Games, Pawn Structure Chess, Chess Fundamentals, Episode 240: Pawn Book Championship with Neal Bruce 

    1:12:00- Patreon mailbag question: What does Andy think of the World Championship match? Has Magnus been out of form recently? 

    1:19:00- Thanks as always to Andy for sharing his immense chess knowledge. You can check out his latest books here:
    500 Chess Questions Answered 
    Smyslov, Bronstein, Geller, Taimanov and Averbakh 

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    Donate — The Perpetual Chess Podcast
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    • 1 hr 27 min
    EP 251- John Hartmann is back!

    EP 251- John Hartmann is back!

    John Hartmann is the Editor of US Chess’ Chess Life and Chess Life Online, and the host of the podcast, Cover Stories with Chess Life. He was recently named the 2021 Chess Journalist of the Year by the Chess Journalists of America, the second consecutive year he received this honor.

    When John last visited the podcast, US Chess was just coming to grips with the financial impact the pandemic would have on the organization. 18 months later, I am happy to report that John is back to give a more upbeat assessment of the state of the US Chess Federation. John is also an expert in chess computers - he built his current chess computer from scratch! John shares some fascinating tidbits about how top players use engines these days. Lastly, although it is not his top priority, John tries to work on his own game when time permits. While he prefers to think of himself as a #chessamateur instead of a #chessimprover, his online blitz rating is at an all-time high, and he always has useful book recommendations for improvers. So as always, there is much to learn from John Hartmann in this interview! Please read on for all of the details, plus timestamps and relevant links. 

    0:00- We begin by catching up on the financial health of US Chess, which hit some tough times during the pandemic. 

    Mentioned: Cover Stories with Chess Life with GM Alex Lenderman, Episode 179 with John Hartmann (John was also on episodes 60 and 120), John Rockefeller III Endows US Chess National Tournaments

    20:00- Has John read any good chess books lately? Are chess books truly, finally, in decline? 

    Mentioned: Episode 4 with IM Kostya Kavutskiy, On the Origin of Good Moves by IM Willy Hendriks, Everything and Less: The Novel in the Age of Amazon, JJ Lang, IM Levy Rozman, Agadmator, FM Robert Shlyakhtenko, Dr. Christopher Chabris 

    42:00- Patreon Mailbag Question: “What was the most instructive chess book John has ever read?”

    Mentioned: Chess Steps Method Workbooks, Episode 241 with FM Peter Giannatos, Everyone’s First Chess Workbook by FM Peter Giannatos, Rakhmanov’s Secrets of Opening Preparation 

    53:00- Perpetual Chess is also brought to you in part by AImchess.com. Check out the site, and if you decide to subscribe use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. 

    53:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don’t forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well!

    54:30-What is John doing to work on his own games? 

    Mentioned:Jacob Aagaard’s Killer Chess Training, Botvinnik: One Hundred Selected Games, GM Sam Shankland on Cover Stories with Chess Life, IM John Watson 

    1:02:00- What are the most recent developments in the advancement of chess engines? 

    Mentioned: Stockfish 14.1, Leela 0.28.0, 2021 Russian Championship Superfinals, Vitiugov - Andreikin, Chessify, GM Maxime Vachier-Lagrave, GM Ian Nepomniachtchi, Skolkovo Innovation Center

    1:11:00- How will Chess Life Online be covering the World Championship? 

    1:15:00- Thanks to John for joining us! 

    For more information about US Chess and Chess Journalists of America upcoming seminars, go here: 
    https://new.uschess.org/news/cja-continuing-education-series-announced

    For US Chess annotated games from the US Championships, go here:
    https://lichess.org/study/iLDop9iy

    Follow John on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/hartmannchess?lang=en

    Email John at John.Hartmann at Uschess.org 


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    • 1 hr 22 min
    EP 250- FM Asa Hoffmann

    EP 250- FM Asa Hoffmann

    This week FM Asa Hoffman joins us for an interesting talk. Asa is an author, speed chess specialist, and New York City chess legend. Like Bobby Fischer, Asa was born in 1943, and both spent their formative years in NYC. With such shared history, Bobby Fischer is one of the many chess legends with whom Asa had personal encounters and blitz battles. In fact, Asa has met every chess World Champion who came after Max Euwe! He also has beaten Fischer in a famous blitz game, and once defeated Gata Kamsky in a rapid game. In our interview, Asa sheds light on the personality of Bobby Fischer and tells a few of his favorite stories from his encounters with countless chess legends who have passed through New York. Please read on for more details, timestamps and relevant links. 

    0:00- What are Asa’s memories of Bobby Fischer? How does the current chess moment compare to the Fischer boom?
    Mentioned: Hans Kmoch, Al Horowitz, Sylvia Miles, GM Yasser Seirawan, Bernard Zuckerman, Asa Hoffman vs. Bobby Fischer (blitz, 1963) 

    13:00- Who are the strongest blitz players Asa ever played?
    Mentioned: GM Valentin Arbakov, GM Roman Dzindzichashvili, GM Yasser Seirawan, Polgar sisters, Episode 185 with IM Stuart Rachels, IM Jorge Sammour-Hasbun, GM Nicolas Rossolimo 

    19:30-After Fischer won the World Championship in 1972, did Asa ever see him again? 

    22:45- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com. They have a huge library of opening, middlegame, and endgame instructional videos, as well as a free blog. 

    23:45- Asa tells some more stories from playing against Fischer, as well as describing many of the classic NYC chess venues. 

    29:00- Why did Asa decide to drop out of Columbia University to pursue chess? 

    31:00- What was Asa’s involvement with the movie Searching for Bobby Fischer? 
    Mentioned: GM Nona Gaprindishivili lawsuit against Netflix 

    33:00- What did Asa do to improve at chess?
    Mentioned: Mike Valvo, IM Greg Shahade, John Fernandez, GM Gata Kamsky, GM Julio Becerra, GM Michael Rohde, IM Jay Bonin 

    39:00- Patreon Mailbag Question: What was Asa’s most memorable game against IM Jay Bonin? 
    Mentioned: Active Pieces by IM Jay Bonin and Greg Keener 

    43:00- Perpetual Chess is also brought to you in part by AImchess.com. Check out the site, and if you decide to subscribe use the code Perpetual30 to save 30%. 

    43:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessable.com. Check out what's new from them here: New Chess Courses Online - For All Levels- Chessable.com Don’t forget to subscribe to the How to Chess podcast as well!

    45:00- What were Asa’s highest stakes blitz matches? 
    Mentioned: IM Cris Ramayrat, Episode 193 with Tom Murphy, GM Fabiano Caruana, GM Robert Hess, GM Alex Lenderman, GM Irina Krush 

    51:00- Patreon Mailbag Question: When will Asa’s memoir be published and will it be available as an e-book? 
    Mentioned: Dr. Frank Brady

    53:00- Asa has met every world champion since Max Euwe. What are his most memorable interactions?
    Mentioned: GM Miguel Najdorf, Edward Lasker 

    57:00- Asa tells a few stories of fights and muggings at NYC gaming establishments

    1:02:00- In addition to chess, Asa plays Scrabble, bridge, poker, and backgammon, and he dabbled in betting at horse racing as well. What is Asa’s 2nd best game after chess? 

    1:04:00- Has Asa had any non-chess jobs?
    Mentioned: Al Horowitz 

    1:06:00- Has Asa played GM Maurice Ashley? Did he ever see GM Viktor Korchnoi in New York? 
    Mentioned: GM Anatoly Karpov, GM Maxim Dlugy, IM Anatoly Lein 

    1:09:00- Did Asa ever play GM Samuel Reshevsky?  
    Mentioned: GM John Fedorowicz 

    1:12:30- Asa's World Championship thoughts

    1:14:30- What are Asa’s favorite chess books? 
    Mentioned: Masters of the Chessboard by Richard Reti, The Psychology of the Chess Player by Reuben Fine 

    1:18:00- Why did Asa stop betting on horse racing? 

    1:22:00- Thanks to Asa for joining the show! You can reach him via his chess.com profile her

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Book Recap #20- Discussing GM Viktor Korchnoi's Chess Is My Life with John Fernandez

    Book Recap #20- Discussing GM Viktor Korchnoi's Chess Is My Life with John Fernandez

    We are back for another edition of Chess Books Recaptured. This month we take a brief break from discussing books that are focused on chess improvement and discuss the eventful, insightful, autobiography, Chess is My Life, by legendary GM Viktor Korchnoi. Korchnoi, of course, was a 4 time Soviet champion, who eventually emigrated to Switzerland, and twice challenged GM Anatoly Karpov for the World Championship. 
    My guest co-host this month is John Fernandez. In addition to being an old friend of mine, John is a member of the US Chess Executive Board, a USCF expert, and was an early admin and employee of the Internet Chess Club. By day, he works as a Senior Vice President of Marketing at Glia, and he is also the father of twins. John has had some memorable interactions with GM Korchnoi, so it was great to hear those, as well as to discuss the book of this legendarily irascible chess figure. As you will hear, this 2 hour podcast only scratches the surface of Korchnoi’s legacy, so you might want to click through to some of the links below, which are given with timestamps. 

    0:00- Why did we pick Korchnoi’s Chess is My Life?
    Mentioned: Book Recap #17 of Bronstein’s Zurich 1953, Korchnoi’s Best Games Volume 1 and Volume 2

    5:30- We go over Korchnoi’s amazing chess resume and exceptional life story. 
    Mentioned: Caruana-Korchnoi 2011 

    15:30- Perpetual Chess is brought to you in part by Chessmood.com 
    Chessmood offers a huge library of instructive videos. You can hear GM Avetik Grigoryan on Episode 192 of Perpetual Chess. Be sure to subscribe to their YouTube channel here. 
    16:00- Perpetual Chess is also brought you in part by Chess.com! 
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    17:00- We read a few excerpts from the Preface (by Kasparov), the Foreword(by GM Sergey Ivanov) and the Prologue by Korchnoi himself and discuss Korchnoi’s playing style. 
    Mentioned: Book Recap #1 Life and Games of Mikhail Tal, Closing Gambit, Episode 235 with Joe Posnanski  

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    31:00- We each draft our top 5 storylines from Chess if My Life, starting with Korchnoi’s difficult upbringing.
    37:00- We discuss the insanity of the 1978 World Championship Match with Karpov. 
    Mentioned: Korchnoi’s Mirrored Glasses, YouTube footage of the match 
    51:30- Why did Petrosian and Korchnoi hate each other?
    56:00- How was the Korchnoi-Fischer relationship? 
    1:01:00- Did Korchnoi know the rules of castling?
    Mentioned: Korchnoi-Karpov Game 21 1974, Bagirov-Korchnoi 1960
    1:07:00- Patreon mailbag question- “Korchnoi had a rules issue in a game with a young Magnus Carlsen- What happened there?”
    Mentioned: Photo and Reddit Thread about Korchnoi-Carlsen 2004 
    1:13:00- Korchnoi played Maroczy while he was dead! How was the game? 
    Mentioned: Maroczy/Robert Rollans vs. Korchnoi 1985, Lichess analysis here 
    1:18:00- Korchnoi played Che Guevara! 
    1:20:30- What were Korchnoi’s interactions with Tal like?
    1:24:30- Korchnoi lived in New York for 2 years!? 
    1:27:00- Korchnoi on Nimzowitsch!
    Mentioned: Book Recap #18: Talking Aron Nimzowitsch’s My System with IM Christof Sielecki 
    1:31:30- John discusses his own involvement in one of Korchnoi’s most legendary displays of poor sportsmanship 
    Mentioned: Reddit thread about Korchnoi-Polgar incident
    1:41:00- Coming next month-- recapping the allegedly excellent book for newer players:  A First Book of Morphy 
    1:43:00- Thanks to John for helping out! 
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    • 1 hr 53 min

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