Six Years, Months and Days

By CEO National Master Evan Rabin “6-6-6” is not always unlucky contrary to popular belief. It is important to celebrate milestones as every we publish gratitude posts for every 100 additional Facebook likes. If one avoids artificial barriers, he can accomplish a lot. Six Years ago, I left corporate America to cofound Pillar Sales and teach …

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Magnus Carlson’s Defense for 2023 FIDE

By Haoyuan Mo, 2022 Intern What happens next? With the conclusion of the Fide candidate’s chess tournament on July 7th, the event’s champion Ian Nepomniachtchi gets the opportunity to challenge Magnus Carlsen to a dual at the next world chess championship in 2023. This upcoming event has a lot of attention as Nepomniachtchi is not …

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8 Things I Learned From Failing To Get A WIM-Norm

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This is a guest article by my amazing girlfriend WFM Alessia Santeramo. She writes about her recent experience at a closed OTB Classical Chess Tournament. Check Alessia out on her Twitch & YouTube and leave her a follow :-). Enjoy! Finally, I’ve played my first OTB tournament after 2,5 years of just playing online chess. […]

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