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  • CHECKMATES OF THE DAY - 02.24.2015 - day 76

    World Champion Magnus Carlsen beat the best Israeli player, Grandmaster Boris Gelfand in Nice in 2010: White to move and checkmates in 1: World Champion Ruslan Ponomariov won against the best English player Grandmaster Michael Adams in Moscow ... | Bővebben

    • IM attilaturzo
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 492 megtekintés
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  • Why Having Divorced Parents and a Deadbeat DadSucks

    Ever remember being able to have parent input on two subjects? Like, when you know that one parent might be stricter on one thing then you strategicall yapproach the other to get the response you want? Gone. That is just a minuscule reason why hav... | Bővebben

  • Daily Puzzle - 2/24/15 - Mate in 3

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    • chessgm8
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 85 megtekintés
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  • Develop, Develop, Develop

    For the students of KLA Chess Club, a title I, K-8 charter school located in southeast San Diego.   I'm noticing in our weekly games that some of us are creating attacks way too early. It is like going into a fight with half of your weapons. U... | Bővebben

  • Wexford Chess Jnr. Champ.

    The Co Wexford Spring Chess Competition for Primary Schools took place at the Brandon House Hotel, New Ross last Saturday. Organiser Seamus Halpenny was delighted with the huge turnout of children from throughout the county. They travelled from Du... | Bővebben

    • Manu-Trainer
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 81 megtekintés
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  • General observations about Rook.

    Towards the end game. It is good play to double your Rooks that is to place them one before the other on the same file thus they sustain each other mutually. It is also good play to get command of an open file that is to place your Rook on the fil... | Bővebben

    • softpetals
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 89 megtekintés
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  • Best Book on Multi-Piece Endgames: Endgame Strategy by Shereshevsky, a Review

    This is a fantastic book. It is the first book that people pointed me to, when I was trying to improve my endgame play. The problem was: I learnt theoretical endgames but I was usually outplayed because of my opponent's knowledge of plans and ide... | Bővebben

  • February 23: UN peacekeeping mission to Ukraine is possible – said German Foreign Minister Fra

    This is Ukraine today – February 23: UN peacekeeping mission to Ukraine is possible – said German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier February 23 – 2 Ukrainian military were killed and 10 injured in the ATO area in the last 24 hours, ... | Bővebben

    • Osokor
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 73 megtekintés
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  • February 20: Ukraine's example shows well that the position of halting nuclear power is not justifie

    This is Ukraine today – February 20: Ukraine's example shows well that the position of halting nuclear power is not justified – the former General Director of NATO, George Robertsonin February 20 – 2 Ukrainian military were killed and 3 woun... | Bővebben

    • Osokor
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 69 megtekintés
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  • General Observations concerning the Queen.

    1. She should rarely be employed to attack or defend any point if it can be done with a subordinate. 2.If played out into the game in the beginning she can be attacked by inferior pieces and is compelled to retire with the loss of many moves and ... | Bővebben

    • softpetals
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 114 megtekintés
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  • :O

    . . . .....!! | Bővebben

    • achmaz92
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 121 megtekintés
    • | 6 hozzászólás
  • Games of great players

    You can also post your games with analysis here. | Bővebben

    • brainhacker26
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 122 megtekintés
    • | 2 hozzászólás
  • nature of chess player

    nature of chess player is difficult puzzle , can't be solve by any way .I played with many people online not only at chess.com but many other site .. all chess players have common nature ....... they aren't social . they hate to speak , don't want... | Bővebben

    • mohamed_sade
    • | 2015.02.24.
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  • How to Win an Equal Position

    A very common scenario is reaching a roughly even position where you need to win. This could be when playing a weaker player or when you need a win to get a podium finish, etc. I think that there are 4 important ways that one can try and win equa... | Bővebben

  • General Observations regarding the King.

    Regarding the King. Generally King should be castled on the King's side early in the game beacuse he is less subject to an attack and better able to repel one that side than the other. Nevertheless, it frequently happens that by castling on the Q... | Bővebben

    • softpetals
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 118 megtekintés
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  • یک نفر در آب

      آی آدم ها که بر ساحل نشسته شاد و خندانید   یک نفر در آب می سپاد جاااان | Bővebben

    • arghavan1368
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 79 megtekintés
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  • باور کنید...

        باور کنید! حال و هوایم مساعد است   این شایعات، شیوه ی بعضی جراید است   یک صبح تیتر می شوم: این شخص... {بگذریم}   یک عصر خوانده اید... و ... | Bővebben

    • arghavan1368
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 78 megtekintés
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  • Five Miracles of Yuri Averbakh

    This game was played in a double round-robin playoff for the 1956 USSR Championship. Averbakh and Spassky were both tired after the main tournament, and this obviously showed. Annotated by Yuri Averbakh. | Bővebben

    • Spektrowski
    • | 2015.02.24.
    • | 748 megtekintés
    • | 3 hozzászólás
  • Livestreaming "Titled Tuesday" Tournament Today at 2pm EST!

    (Alliteration in the blog title! Woohoo! ) Now that "Titled Tuesday" has a bigger prize pool this month, I feel that people are going to have even more reasons to be interested in watching it and seeing the thoughts and viewpoints of the titl... | Bővebben

  • puzzle #2 (hard)

    I think this is the coolest puzzle I have ever made!!! I make you solve all var. Var #1 Var #2 Var #3 puzzle 1.2 why the rook can not be on g3 | Bővebben

    • krzysztof7
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 137 megtekintés
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  • The Case for Mars

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    • eternaldude
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 131 megtekintés
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  • Peel me off the ceiling of the ACC

    File under N for nightmare. How many times can I squander a winning advantage? Lots of times. Here's a snap Stockfish-assisted review of tonight's club game. I'd like to say that this was primarily another psychological failure, wit... | Bővebben

    • scsiduck
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 138 megtekintés
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  • puzzle #1

    Hi I am making puzzles and hope you like them. | Bővebben

    • krzysztof7
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 120 megtekintés
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  • Must Know Traps Against the Caro-Kann Defense - Part 2

    In my first article on the Caro-Kann Defense, I explained the basic tactics of defending against this opening as white.  In this article we will focus on The Tricks & Traps that are often found and executed ...if you know what to look for.... | Bővebben

    • Samantha212
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 152 megtekintés
    • | 7 hozzászólás
  • El Trono de Judas - Vuestro Rey

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    • Jaketxelo
    • | 2015.02.23.
    • | 130 megtekintés
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