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Chess for Life, Matthew Sadler Chess, Natasha Regan
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29th February 2016
Matthew Sadler

Alekhine’s Themes – Major piece warfare

One of the most enjoyable books I’ve read in the past couple of years is “Learn from the Legends – Chess Champions at their Best” by Mihail Marin (Quality Chess). Marin takes 9 great champions – Rubinstein, Alekhine, Botvinnik, Tal, Petrosian, Fischer, Karpov, Kortchnoi and Carlsen – and examines a particular facet of their play read more…

25th February 2016
Matthew Sadler

Welcome!

Hi everybody, and welcome to my new website! First of all, a big thank you to my brother’s web design company “6/8 Innovation” and of course to my brother in particular. I could never make anything look as nice as this!  This article is a quick way to get you started by pointing you right read more…

"The secret of my success: with every move I force the opponent to think for themselves!"

- Alexander Alekhine

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I am a Chess Grandmaster and writer, and one of England's top players. When I am not doing my job as an IT Consultant in Holland, I try to fill my free time with as much chess as possible

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Writing and discussing chess has always been one my passions. I review chess books in a regular column for New in Chess magazine and have written 6 books myself. I also contribute to chess videos regularly.

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"How many moves do I consider when analysing? Only one, but it's always the best one!"

- Emanuel Lasker

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