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  • Board 1, Syston 3 v Wigston 4, 28/10/14

    All moves in 80 minutes. I started well, then his f5 freed his position.  I looked long and hard at lines starting with Qd5+, but could only see lines that looked complex; Houdini tells me that playing it on move 19 would have won the piece ou... | Bővebben

    • Sid_Hawkins
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 74 megtekintés
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  • my rules

    be nice dont swear say hello :)(: yolo hahahaha | Bővebben

  • Principiante: Mates básicos

    Alguien apenas iniciado en el ajedrez sabe mover las piezas y los movimientos especiales, pero a la hora de dar mate no sabe que hacer. Aquí se presentarán los mates más basicos, el mate con dos torres, el mate con dama y el mate con una torre.... | Bővebben

    • luk358
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 64 megtekintés
    • | 1 hozzászólás
  • Game vs. Kaminisod

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  • Fischer Fever

    The most riveting world chess championship ever by far was when Fischer won the title in 1972. First, the rules were bent to accommodate him in the inter-zonals, because he had not participated in the zonal championships.  Next, he won the last ... | Bővebben

    • SanjeevTakru
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 115 megtekintés
    • | 3 hozzászólás
  • BTCL Round 2

    Hey everybody! Here are the schools that will be paired against each other this Saturday at 12 pm Central on live chess, we hope that chess.com will be done with their labeling so that the games will be able to be viewed this time! The first tea... | Bővebben

    • BigTenChess
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 278 megtekintés
    • | 4 hozzászólás
  • CHESS TACTIC: SNAKE

    Snake is a special combination of a knight, bishop and a Queen. The source of power of this special tactic is sacrifice. You can set traps,pin and skewer to minimized the movement of your opponent. Other suggestion is to attack early as possibl... | Bővebben

    • Reverberation
    • | 2014.10.28.
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  • Amateur thoughts

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    • tjajab
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 73 megtekintés
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  • Staying tactically sharp

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    • NM linlaoda
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 452 megtekintés
    • | 5 hozzászólás
  • AI Factory Chess Free Level 11 撃破!!

    AI FactoryのChess FreeのLevel 11を倒しました!! (^o^)/ { やったね!! ) 実を言うと、一回「待った」をしました。 なので、本当は「負け」です・・・。(しかも、今まで10回くらい挑戦して全敗... | Bővebben

    • MetalPhaeton
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 81 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • Thoughts....

    Well, it's been forever since I blogged last, and now is better than later, but like they say, better late than never! Right now there is just a ton of stuff runnin through my mind, and you know how sometimes you feel better after writin' stuff d... | Bővebben

    • SpotlessStar
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 172 megtekintés
    • | 10 hozzászólás
  • My 10/25/2014 Tournament Games

    Hi all  Here's my analysis from my latest OTB tourney. All the games were G/70 with a 5-second delay.  After each move I recorded how many minutes were left on a player's clock and have included this in the games, so that's what the numbers ar... | Bővebben

    • SJFG
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 101 megtekintés
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  • ChessTV: Flashback to a Hack Attack October 6, 2014

      Catch all the shows on ChessTV! | Bővebben

    • zealandzen
    • | 2014.10.28.
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    • | 8 hozzászólás
  • Win in 6

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    • Guerau
    • | 2014.10.28.
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  • Tashkent GP 2014 Round 7

    Analysis of today's games where Gelfand probably feels like Capablanca (but not in a good sense) and Karjakin winning a good Sicilian against computer-obsessed Giri. See the detailed comments here: http://www.alexcolovic.com/2014/10/tashkent-gp-... | Bővebben

    • GM alexcolovic
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 243 megtekintés
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  • Analysis of Game Against Andrew Paulley - 28/10/2014

    This game was played at lunchtime today with my friend, Andrew. He previously had an almost-mating attack, which I had averted barely. At this point, it doesn't look like I can do much to get out of this really dangerous position, and time is runn... | Bővebben

    • tmminzart
    • | 2014.10.28.
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  • not finishing

    What do you do when an opponent will not finish..14 days per turn..has no chance to win and won't move just to spite you? He makes millions of other moves with 20 games a day but not this one!! | Bővebben

    • aglaroth
    • | 2014.10.28.
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  • My 3rd FIDE rated tournament series

    The tournament is a below 1600  and in my next round i met a lower rated player in my next round and my final round of my first day i got lost to a lower rated opponent terribly   in my 4th round played with another rated player and i won o... | Bővebben

    • naveenmurugan
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 106 megtekintés
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  • Training programme to reach 2200

    As I wrote in my previous post, my goal is to reach a 2200 rating within 3 years from now. Before facing the challenge head-on, answering the following question seems important to me: What does it take to be a 2200 player? Of course 2200 players ... | Bővebben

    • Littlewave2
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 173 megtekintés
    • | 3 hozzászólás
  • Evan BYRNE in Gorey Guardian...

    Evan BYRNE savours Munster win - Gorey Guardian 28 Oct. 2014 Evan BYRNE travelled to Limerick last weekend to take part in the 1st. under 13 open of the season, the Badminton Munster Open. Evan BYRNE went all the way in the singles, defeating  ... | Bővebben

    • Manu-Trainer
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 85 megtekintés
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  • Great tactic

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    • chess_drive
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 53 megtekintés
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  • How I crushed some norwegian

    I play this game on chess zone where there are no names and ratings. There is only opponents country. I like to play such chess. Because opponent's rating don't influence on your moves. Your opponent can be beginner or grandmaster. I played few ga... | Bővebben

    • McArchuk
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 140 megtekintés
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  • Puzzle: White to move and win

    This position occured in a game, on which although I blundered the opening, I gave it a try till the end. White has an advantage, but how can he win the fastest way? The puzzle is yours, feel free to comment and tell me if something is wrong :) R... | Bővebben

    • sncorfu
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 148 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • What's wrong with this move? Even chess stars err

    At amateur level most chess games are decided by big tactical mistakes. The average game on chess.com lasts only about 25 moves. If I look to my own games the picture is quite similar. I also noticed that when you do not make big mistakes, you w... | Bővebben

    • michelhoetmer
    • | 2014.10.28.
    • | 135 megtekintés
    • | 0 hozzászólás
  • How to Solve Chess Puzzles #19

    I share my thoughts while trying to solve 3 chess puzzles. Feel free to quickly pause the video before I share what I'm thinking with each chess puzzle if you'd like to solve them on your own. http://youtu.be/sZ57K1RPhXU | Bővebben