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  • How not to deal with suspicion of cheating

    “Chess has seen many cheating incidents in recent years, and as a result it's almost impossible for a player to score much better than his rating without being suspected of cheating.” I wrote this in my report on the “c... | Read More

  • IRAN

    in the name of God This text was written to raise foreign friends Information I'm sorry if there are mistakes in the text Some foreigners think that the Iran is desert But I wanted to show that this is not true and Iran  is Beautiful country a... | Read More

    • mmmmmmmkh
    • | May 30, 2015
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  • King and Pawn Endgames - Controlling Key Squares

    Hello Chess Fans, Welcome back to the next article in the King and Pawn Endgame series.  Today we will focus on Controlling Key Squares.  A Key Square, also known as a Critical Square, is a square that if occupied by the king can FORCE his ... | Read More

  • Puzzles from great games between Yaacovn and Nouki

    These are puzzles from three games between two great bullet players; GM Nouki and IM Yaacovn: | Read More

    • vc153415
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Improving in Tactics

    Are you interested in getting better at tactics, but not seeing any improvement? I feel your pain, but think I have the answer for you. I have taken chess tactics quite seriously for over two years now. On chesstempo.com, which I highly recommend... | Read More

    • PaulEChess
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Dave Chappelle - Killing Them Softly

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    • danhertz
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • 5/29 as black, 45/45 (loss)

    Have at it, folks.  I know where a few things went wrong.  I thought I was winning for awhile.  We'll see if you agree. | Read More

    • zirtoc
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Danish Gambit Guide (+Variations)

    Danish Gambit Analysis of different variations and continuations in the Danish Gambit, primarily for private use but might be useful for others out there!  _______________________________________________________ | Read More

    • Vas87thRD
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • When Should'nt you Resign?

    The chess.com forums run rife with topics about how people's opponents should have resigned and in almost all cases i agree with the complaitant, a lot of times it is such a waste of time to keep playing on down a queen or a piece. So for the past... | Read More

  • Recent Staunton Gambit tourney Game

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    • hbeck
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Why is it important to analyze thoroughly in the middle game?

    It should be taken in consideration that chess is not an easy game but you can convert it to a simple one if you have the ability to analyze each position in the middle game.To analyze well,start by looking at all chess squares and your pieces and... | Read More

  • Ion Crucion - Cadeiras

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    • Delac
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • June Livestream Challenge: Raise Blitz Rating from 800 to 2200

    Wow I haven't written one of these blog post things in a while... Hey everyone! I am setting up a bit of a challenge for myself during June. The goal is to raise a 2nd account's blitz rating from a starting point of ~800 (non-provisional) to 220... | Read More

  • Tactical tools in check

    Dear reader.  This blog is under building. Please give me time. Thanks Welcome dear reader. This blog is a effort to try and cover all the tactical "request" that you need to know in chess, to becom a chessplayer over 1900. It is NOT the poin... | Read More

    • Gnuzeen
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Solve the puzzle #10.

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    • 2007chess
    • | May 29, 2015
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    • | 1 comment
  • whatsapp

    hello frinds pleas add me on your whatsapp00966537426568 | Read More

    • najmalkhan
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • The Immortal Game 960 ?

    Most everyone is familiar with "The Immortal Game" from classical chess. I venture to say that at some point we will see a 960 game just as astonishing. It will probably happen in our lifetime. I for one will certainly be on the look out. At some ... | Read More

  • CHECKMATES OF THE DAY - 05.29.2015 - day 170

    World Champion Tigran Petrosian won against Rafael Kakiashvili in the Georgian Championship in Tbilisi in 1945: White to move and mate in 1: World Champion Mikhail Tal beat Harry Pohla in Parnu in 1971: White to move and mate in 5: Our rea... | Read More

  • Bullet Game 4

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  • Pawn storms

    Please can you help me defend against a pawn storm pls? Also, it would be helpful to know how to post games. | Read More

  • Pawn storms

    Please can you help me defend against a pawn storm pls? | Read More

  • Hey guys :)

    Hey y'all, i'm from San Diego and found my old account here now that its summertime and got more time to waste on the computer :P My favourite chess player is Bobby Fischer, and I'm about 1900 USCF but never really played online before this so hop... | Read More

  • Small Earth 1v1, #3

    https://www.warlight.net/MultiPlayer?GameID=8800226 I moved to Iceland a turn too late, then I forgot 5 + 2 + 5 = 12 and that I should keep getting card pieces; capturing two extra territories to have a single turn of +14 on our borders might hav... | Read More

    • Haiku575
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • Guiroma 1v1

    https://www.warlight.net/MultiPlayer?GameID=8800060 This template, I consider myself average at. I lose some, I win some. Andy903 is a more consistent player than I am, so he deserved the win.  His sixth and seventh picks, the ones he received,... | Read More

    • Haiku575
    • | May 29, 2015
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  • More tactics training

    Today I read about a new tactics training website [1] from chessbase, and I decided to try it right away. At first sight it looks nice. A pleasant chessboard and ready to solve the first puzzle, whether registered/joined or not. Having tried it ... | Read More

    • achja
    • | May 29, 2015
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