Q&A with GM Simon Williams & IM Richard Palliser
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Q&A with GM Simon Williams & IM Richard Palliser

Firebrand English GM Simon “Ginger GM” Williams has teamed up with renowned theoretician IM Richard Palliser to produce The Iron English Chessable course, presenting a dynamic and easy-to-play repertoire that was a favourite of 3-time World Champion Mikhail Botvinnik. It’s also been a favourite of Simon’s ever since his father taught him it when he was 6 or 7 years old. At 19:00 CEST this Thursday 1st October both authors will be giving a Q&A session here on chess24. As a Premium member, you can ask a question simply by posting it in the comments below.




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    Ubilava on Carlsen’s changing style

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    A glance across the pond

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    Carlsen = Norway + Houdini

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    Capablanca, Rd 1: Ivanchuk holds off Dominguez

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    U.S. Championships kick off in St. Louis

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  • Interviews May 8, 2014 | 9:51 AM 0

    Kramnik: I don’t care about being the best

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  • Features May 7, 2014 | 4:36 PM 3

    Capablanca Memorial about to begin

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  • General May 6, 2014 | 8:49 PM 2

    Giri last piece in Norway Chess 2014 jigsaw

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