7 Chess Blogs and Resources Every Beginner Should FollowChess, like any other game can be improved only with constant practise and frequent exposure to the developments in the game. In this digital era, there is an overdose of information and we have compiled a list of 7 chess blogs which is a must follow to keep abreast of the happenings.1.ChessVibes (https://chessvibes.com)ChessVibes is said to be the world’s largest chess community. By following this blog, you can learn new chess strategies, tactics, read book reviews and news including rule updates and tips!Apart from the blog posts, one of our personal favorites is the daily puzzle which is a unique puzzle everyday for you to solve.2. Chess Daily News (https://www.themaven.net/chessdailynews)This blog is written by Susan Polgar who among various credentials, is also the first World Chess Champion in history (male or female) to win the triple-crown (Blitz, Rapid and Classical World Championships).Through her blog, she brings updates, fair and time objective daily chess news and information from around the world.3. Ginger GM (https://www.gingergm.com/blog)Ginger GM is a chess media publishing company that prints Chess books and DVD’s which was started by Grandmaster Simon Williams with International Master Simon Ansell. Reading this blog provides deep insights about chess and comments on games played from the perspective of a Grand Master.4.Chess Club and Scholastic Centre of Saint Louis (https://saintlouischessclub.org/blog)The Chess Club and Scholastic Centre of Saint Louis is an educational organisation and one of the best premier chess facilities in the world. Their goals are to elevate the game of chess throughout the community and to introduce chess to children and adults. Recognizing the cognitive and behavioral benefits of chess, the Chess Club and Scholastic Center of Saint Louis is committed to supporting chess programs. Their blog resonates with their mission and is a worthy read.5. Learning Chess (https://learningchess.net/blog/)Essentially an online chess tutor for beginners, professionals and children, they strive for popularising chess as a game and a personal development tool. Following this blog will give an understanding about Scholastic Chess and how chess offers strategic development support for kids. With a playful interface, one never gets tired of reading this blog.6. The Chess Improver (http://chessimprover.com)The Chess Improver is an independant and non aligned site founded by GM Nigel Davis and written by chess teachers and enthusiasts. The focus is on chess improvement rather than news updates.The articles are also categorised by the author name which makes it easier to follow a particular writer and keep pace with him/her.7. Chess Kids (http://www.chesskids.com.au/blog/)Chess Kids empowers children to learn the timeless game of chess with tools that keeps kids motivated to learn and improve their Chess skills. The blog is frequently updated and has a vast archive of tactics and puzzles.