The Kibitzer is a monthly column which has appeared since June 1996 for the excellent magazine website, The Chess Cafe. From then up to January 2014, I wrote 212 columns and more have been added since.
The series deals with opening theory, current affairs in chess, historical topics, or whatever I feel like writing about! In 2013 I started a new index page for the most recent articles.
Following a break for site redesign, the series resumed with article 213 in mid-July 2014. You now need to be a subscriber to the site to read the articles.
Please note that free archive files of The Kibitzer are mostly no longer available so I have removed the links from my tables of columns.
Also some of the old articles linked to game files which were lost when the Chess Mail site changed hosts. I regret it is not possible for me to supply these files or to comment on previous articles, so please do not ask.
Please do not expect me to answer queries about old articles as: (a) I am very busy; (b) I may no longer have the original source material to hand; (c) My views and chess theory can both change with time.