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For discussion of videos to add, structure of video interface, tags/labelling conventions
How could I forget... - Yusupov's "Chess School" series of books
- Chess/Schachnovelle by Stefan Zweig (includes two real, full master games, according to bosspotato). A very well known novel that has been reprinted for years.
- Endgame Virtuoso by Vasily Smyslov (all-time classic endgame book). - Chess for Dummies by James Eade. (latest ed, as always)
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NB: I made a note of this in several places, but for brevity's sake, let's assume we always use the latest edition for each one of these books.
I've started adding tags for games featured in famous chess books. I think it would be cool to complement the readings of a keen chess learner with videos on the same games. I have a very large col
In a number of videos in the library the presenter will often spend the first few minutes talking about channel updates or other (mostly irrelevant) subjects. This is fine, but not really relevant to
Awesome! I will only do this for the Scholastic Center, though I'm thinking of doing it for OnlineChessLessons.net as well (since that hosts a number of video authors, who make very high quality video
yep the author field is free to edit
I think we need to standardise tag order to some extent. This has some usability benefits. Only the first few tags are shown when a user mouseovers a video. A core principle in UI design is that users