Tai Pruce-Zimmerman is an accountant and chess enthusiast (and major patzer!). For most of his life he has been obsessed with both statistics and with chess. In recent years, he has spent a lot of time combining these two fascinations, and analyzing chess statistics in a variety of ways. This blog is the result!
You can expect to see lots of analysis of chess prodigies, simulated results of major tournaments, scores, and frequency, of various different openings. And plenty of other concepts as well. If it is a form of chess analytics, it will probably show up here eventually!
One thing you WON’T find here is chess instruction, or much analysis of individual games. There are plenty of other places for you to improve your own chess skills. The focus here is on large sample sizes and broader statistical analysis. So if that sounds intriguing to you, then please follow along!
The author can be contacted by email at email@example.com