When Will the Chess World Get the Match It’s Dying to See?
Magnus Carlsen Is the King of Chess’s Computer Age
The Beautiful, Stunning Move That Won Magnus Carlsen the World Chess Championship
A Crossword Constructor Explains How to Spot a Plagiarized Puzzle
What’s Fact and What’s Fiction in Pawn Sacrifice?
How Merl Reagle (1950–2015) Changed the Way American Crosswords Were Made
Why You Shouldn’t Mourn the Passing of the New York Times Chess Column
Magnus Carlsen Is the World’s Best Chess Player, but He Shouldn’t Be the World Champion
Who’s the Most “Crossword-Famous” Person in the World?
How could two crossword constructors come up with puzzles that are almost exactly alike?
Will KenKen be the next Sudoku or a passing puzzle fad?
Who writes better crossword puzzles, humans or computers?