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  • Wei Yi vs Lázaro Bruzón - Immortal Chess Game

    This round 2 game from the 6th annual "Rural Credit Cup" held in Danzhou, China easily makes the list of best chess games ever played. 16-year-old super talent Wei Yi of China plays white against Lázaro Bruzón Batista of Cuba. The chess game was... | Tovább

  • Some interesting games.

    To people that have arrived at my blog:  Hi, people who are here to look at my openings for an upcoming tournament. Enjoy!  Hi, people who are here out of curiosity of my games. Enjoy!  These are just some games from ICC, I'll be adding more ... | Tovább

  • Inception in Chess

    Below is a nice game submitted by Zigwurst:   Try to find the best move.Hint: Where does Black's knight want to go?   Did you find the answer? This is the part where "inception" happened, hopefully asking yourself the guiding question led ... | Tovább

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  • Vault Prep

    Vault Prep is the most trusted source for tutoring in Los Angeles and Santa Monica. | Bővebben

    • vaultprep
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 62 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • Experimenting With Blog Stuff

    Okay, blog fans, you will find that this post is entirely devoid of chess information. Sorry about that. I got back from my vacation and trying to catch up with work has left very little time for anything chess related (the absolute horror). But ... | Bővebben

    • PaulEChess
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 240 megtekintés
    • | 1 hozzászólás
  • religião!!!

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    • camiladoce
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 90 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • um caso absurdo e curioso !

    https://br.noticias.yahoo.com/blogs/super-incr%C3%ADvel/mendigo-que-come-ratos-assusta-moradores-de-cidades-na-esc%C3%B3cia-212605072.html | Bővebben

    • camiladoce
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 164 megtekintés
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  • The Ideal Chessplaying Age

    Is it really true that the ideal age for an average top chessplayer is 25? If the answer is "no", it's not far off. Why? Because the human brain (sorry for the "depressing" fact!) starts to deteriorate when one is 27 years of age. No, it usually... | Bővebben

    • smith8800
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 204 megtekintés
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  • CUCC Tournament Round 3 Analysis

    My first and only game won in the CUCC Tournament. I felt like my moves were pretty good but my opponent made a few inaccurate moves that led me to a good position. There wasent too much variations i could come up with. At the time i did not know... | Bővebben

    • mickyski09
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 133 megtekintés
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  • Odd little overwork cheapo

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  • Lucky

    Unexpected move ... Thinking for some time ... Try something else. Got lucky. | Bővebben

    • achja
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 153 megtekintés
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  • Creating and Exploiting Targets - Part 2

    Hello Chess Fans, Welcome back to part 2 where we'll continue training your Nose to Sniff-Out TARGETS to use as Focal Points of attack.  It's Your Mission in chess to find Exploitable Weaknesses, either a pawn or a piece, that can be attacked mu... | Bővebben

    • Samantha212
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 202 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • My Favorite ChessPlayer: Super Nezh!

    RASHID GIBIATOVICH NEZHMETDINOV(born Dec-15-1912, died Jun-03-1974, 61 years old) Russia       Rashid Gibiatovich Nezhmetdinov was born in Aktubinsk, then part of the Russian Empire and now known as Aqtöbe, in Kazakhstan, into a poo... | Bővebben

    • NM CraiggoryC
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 650 megtekintés
    • | 7 hozzászólás
  • Basic tips for people rated under 500

    I'm not a very strong chess player but I'll help those who are very new to chess. First of all, control the center. Those are e4, e5, d4, d5. Develop your pawns and minor peices first like knights and bishops and then majors like rooks and queen. ... | Bővebben

    • kkarla
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 238 megtekintés
    • | 1 hozzászólás
  • Live chess 7-1 g/15

    This game starts out with a kings gambit declined. Around move 5 or 6 it seems like white may be in a small bit of trouble but it's resolved fairly quickly leaving white with a lead in development and in space. Around move 13 white has all their... | Bővebben

    • katclaws
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 75 megtekintés
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  • Statics vs Dynamics

    One of the prerequisites for sustained progress in any challenging field is an effective feedback loop that goes something like this: Perform --> Receive Feedback --> Reflect on the Feedback --> Make Changes --> Perform Again.   I'v... | Bővebben

    • Chessmo
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 146 megtekintés
    • | 1 hozzászólás
  • ♞ 41 recordings, 19 playlists

    Hello everyone, I published 38 recordings last month, and 3 Today. I have 19 playlists about the games. They are blitz-games, so most videos are shorter than 10 minutes.  Have a nice day | Bővebben

    • gbnmvfx
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 57 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • Let's See the future!

    Nice Tool! Thanks allesmedvesek!Please to share his message to you!"Hello John, I made a program for predicting results in team matches, maybe you will like it. check it out here: http://www.chess.com/blog/allesmedvesek/lets-see-the-future Hav... | Bővebben

    • johanpalmaer
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 113 megtekintés
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  • Winning Against a Higher Rated Player in Standard

    It's always fun. Post your games in the comments! Here's mine with an analysis. | Bővebben

    • apapneja
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 106 megtekintés
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  • Xie Jun (Eighth Women's Word Chess Champion)

    Xie Jun Eighth Women's World Chess Champion                 Xie Jun was born October 30, 1970 in Baoding, Hebei. She is a chessgrandmaster from China. She had two reigns as Women's World Chess Champion, from 1991 to 1996 and again... | Bővebben

    • Apache15
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 91 megtekintés
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  • Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess

    Page 22. "Let's see how checkmate is accomplished and how your opponent might escape it. "Observe the difference between the two positions in each of the groups below: For the second diagram I was unable to put a caption. Here it is: "... | Bővebben

    • Apache15
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 95 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • USCF Ratings

    You can put your USCF rating here. Mine is 914 | Bővebben

    • kkarla
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 80 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • Partida analisada no. 1: espaço e mobilidade

    Jogando uma partida de 15m+3s no playchess, meu oponente (com um rating muito superior ao meu) esmaga minha siciliana dragão hiperacelerado. A falta de espaço e mobilidade é claustrofóbica desde o início: minhas peças nunca deixam as três p... | Bővebben

    • Narazadd
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 137 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • Kramnik City Once Again: Dortmund R4

    Breaking: Kramnik beats Meier and takes lead in Dortmund once again! OK, so we all sort of expected him to beat Meier, but is he really going to get an eleventh title? Nisipeanu does have 3/4, but there isn't much hope for him -- oh well. Aside ... | Bővebben

    • smith8800
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 95 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • chess tips

    Here are some things I like to do when I am playing someone way better than me. LOOK for any way to checkmat quick get the game over with. Take your time unless your playing speed chess think of ever move as your last  Do not be wreckless they... | Bővebben

    • knightguy33
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 76 megtekintés
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  • A Tactical Shot Finishes a Positional Game

    Probably my best tactical shot succeeded in the today's round of the Sparkassen Chess Meeting Open. In a Maroczy Bind structure, I slowly increased the pressure and after the exchanges of rooks, my queen controlled the only open file. Probably the... | Bővebben

    • kurze15
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 100 megtekintés
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  • My immortal game

    http://www.chess.com/livechess/game?id=1202176273 | Bővebben

  • Improve your position

    Sometimes waiting for your opponent to make a mistake in a superior position | Bővebben

    • Ronliv
    • | 2015.07.01.
    • | 83 megtekintés
    • | 1 hozzászólás