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Long Island Chess Club
The Chess Angle
The Chess Angle is the official podcast of the renowned Long Island Chess Club in NY. We discuss chess, tournament play, and improvement at the amateur and club level. New episodes drop on Sundays. Web: Twitter: @TheChessAngle. Email: [email protected] Thank you for listening & we hope you win your next game! 
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 41 ratings
Great podcast quick question
This is a great podcast with good content. My question is I know the host does not like using ratings on OTB tournaments I am looking to be going to my first tournament if they are looking for my skill rating what should I tell him or her?
I’m 1800 on chess.con via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/01/23
Good but could be better
I like the topics covered and who this podcast is aimed at but the host repeats himself so much that it’s really exasperating.
the real runny via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/17/23
Highly recommended!
Great Chess podcast, especially for adult improvers. I’m about 1600 FIDE and always get something from every episode.
Zemanjaski via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/07/23
Recent Episodes
This is an updated version of the very first episode of this podcast, "Chess Openings and the Club Player." We cover: The main goal of the opening System and thematic openingsIs there an advantage to having the white pieces?Should you play complicated, theoretical openings?The importance of a...
Published 05/21/23
We cover: Touch moveTrapped piecesDoes playing through Master games really help?Is a knight on the rim always dim?Should you move the same piece twice?Speculative vs. combinational sacrifices"Shuffling" movesInitiative vs. developmentReferenced: Winning Chess Tactics (Amazon)Introduction to...
Published 05/14/23
Published 05/14/23
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