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  • RCA course "Intermediate Package"

    There’s a stage in your chess progress when you can’t leap forward anymore. Instead you should be persistent and have a steady growth. This package will help you to improve your skill: A Steady Growth Package: Don’t underestimate its valu... | Mehr lesen

    • go13ers
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 126 Aufrufe
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  • RCA course "Beginner Package"

    REMOTE CHESS ACADEMY COURSE~ Beginner's Package ~All chess players need to understand about some "Basic Knowledge" in chess game. Only then will development become surer, easier and even faster. This package will help you to improve your understan... | Mehr lesen

    • go13ers
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • Puzzle 002

    Another puzzle from one of my games. | Mehr lesen

    • Zifre
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 94 Aufrufe
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  • Puzzle 001

    A slightly modified puzzle from one of my games. | Mehr lesen

    • Zifre
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • Game 3 - OpenDeal vs Magnus 10 Years Old. Another horrible game

    Another horrible game, even worse than the first two. This time I went for an attack that was failed to begin with... sigh... | Mehr lesen

    • OpenDeal
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • Knight VS Bishop

    Knight serves closed game but Bishop serves open long matches. If you like to use them together as equal power,you should prefer open game strategy rather than closed because knights have a little strong power in closed games. | Mehr lesen

  • 2 Incoming BIG brand new chess.com competitions Please read!

    Hi everybody! I should keep announcing this every now and again. I have 2 of now the newest and growing chess.com competitions.  1. The Junior International Cup (Under 18 World League)  The 2015 competition started a few days ago, to make it... | Mehr lesen

    • aussiedj
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 108 Aufrufe
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  • How to Punish The Queens Gambit Declined

    In chess you want to open the position  in the opening if you want to win game. Chess is very Drawish so if you dont open the position in the opening it would be very drawish for the rest of game if both sides play correctly. Now to show a game... | Mehr lesen

    • gluestix
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 154 Aufrufe
    • | 5 Kommentare
  • Gambito smit- morra (1400-1650)

    http://www.chess.com/tournament/entrenando-con-el-gambito-smit--morra | Mehr lesen

    • eduardo8
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 110 Aufrufe
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  • Check it out

    http://www.chess.com/forum/view/scholastic-chess/exciting-2014-chess-olympiad-games-part-1 | Mehr lesen

    • gluestix
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 111 Aufrufe
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  • Why do top players prefer 6. Be3 in the Najdorf?

    Why do master players nowadays prefer 6. Be6 to 6. Bg5? I'm wondering if anyone has insight into the thought process of titled players regarding this- maybe a top player themself could answer this best. Do they prefer it because: A: 6. Bg5 would ... | Mehr lesen

    • quak170
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • 2014 World Mind Games Final Game 4 - Gnab whacks Katz to emerge 2014 World Mind Games champion!

    IM Alexander Katz, in a do-or-die attempt to win with Black, repeated his home-concocted 8...Bd7!?  in the Pirc Austrian Attack,  which had paid dividends in the qualifying event against Gnaburits. However, this time, Gnab was well-prepped and w... | Mehr lesen

    • CM juniortay
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 687 Aufrufe
    • | 7 Kommentare
  • Beautiful Chess Compositions #4

    Part IV: What is white's fastest checkmate? Beware of stalemate! (Johannes Kohtz & Carl Kockelkorn, 1875).  MATE IN 5 Part 5 coming soon! Check out my previous puzzles!   | Mehr lesen

  • USCF Game 68(L): P.Miller-Kindred

                  It is round 5 and once again I made it to the money round. At the time I thought it was for small money of about a $100 or so, but as it turned out the game was for about $450. Unfortunately for me, my opponent was very ... | Mehr lesen

  • YACP 2

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    • iyahdub
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • BTCL Round 2 Results and Round 3 Pairings

    Hey friends Here they are at last!  In Round 2 many upsets occurred: UW Oshkosh beat Michigan State 4.5 to 0.5 UMN Twin Cities beat Penn State 4.5 to 0.5 Northwestern upset UW Madison 3.5 to 1.5 U of Illinois CU beat U of M Ann Arbor 4 to 1... | Mehr lesen

  • SCU - High School Invitational 2014

    SCU Chess Club held our 2nd High School Invitiational tournament on Fri 14-Nov-2014, with 30 students from 2 local schools competing against a solo club member. The 7 round Swiss-Style competition demonstrated some good play, and great sportsmansh... | Mehr lesen

  • Difference between 1700 player and 2000 player

    What do i do to go from 1700 to 2000 | Mehr lesen

    • ramyasugan
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 167 Aufrufe
    • | 4 Kommentare
  • Understanding Critical Squares

    In my newest article on NextLevelChessCoaching.com, I talk about the concept of "critical squares". Critical squares are defined as "any squares on the board that are attacked and defended the same number of times". Read the article to learn how ... | Mehr lesen

  • The Ruy Lopez Opening

    A diagram of the Ruy Lopez opening for white. | Mehr lesen

    • CC_The_Goat
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 126 Aufrufe
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  • Interchess #05B

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    • MPe3k
    • | 18.11.2014
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  • Opening Theory for Magtown: Anand-Carlsen Game 8

    Magnus Carlsen, known for avoiding opening theory, and prefering to defer the battle in chess to equal middlegames, today rattled off a very well-prepared sequence of moves to achieve a clear equality with black, and a fairly quick draw. Here are... | Mehr lesen

    • IM dpruess
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 962 Aufrufe
    • | 10 Kommentare
  • Display Glitch in Chrome?

    Up until now, my chess.com has been working fine, until a recent game. My d7 pawn was right in front of the White king after he pushed e2-e4. Additionally, any moved with the queen were illegal. Although legal moves were enforced, there was nothin... | Mehr lesen

  • Puzzling on how to get that castled king

    It's always nice to pry open files and checkmate a castled king. If you solve the puzzle, you'll get the whole game plus my analysis, and see how black gets into dire straits by a combination of (1) pointlessly attacking my pieces when there is no... | Mehr lesen

    • john4000
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 103 Aufrufe
    • | 0 Kommentare
  • checkmates

    that is the funniest checkmate | Mehr lesen

    • Alec_CA
    • | 18.11.2014
    • | 107 Aufrufe
    • | 4 Kommentare