here is my coverage on the Australian Open.
About the tournament:
We have the highest rated player ever to play in an Australian Open tournament. Ni Hua (2680) We have also had GM Igor Khenkin before, in 2013.
So obviously, this is th... | Read More
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... | Read More
On Thursday at 5PM (Sydney/Australia time) I will be running a simul. I will only allow Under 1000 in online chess or live standard to play this simul, unless you're invited. Here are more details
If 1-5 players join, the time cont... | Read More
My 2nd Brilliancy game played today, although he had heaps of chances to draw. Please comment
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Wow, I played 2 fantastic games today. The other one my highest win against a 1800, and this one I played a solid draw. I think my opponent had winning chances. What do you think? Please comment
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Adypady02, is holding a simul. Here is his message to everyone:
The first simul of the group Simultaneous Games hosted by me will be tomorrow (26/06/2014) at 11:00 am EST (Eastern US &Canada timezone) (not good for all my aussie friends becau... | Read More
I have made a schedule for the Junior International Cup 2015!
You might be thinking, What is The Junior International Cup and how can I join it?
For more info, go to this link http://www.chess.com/news/signups-for-2015-junior-international-cup-... | Read More
Gee, I should get this reviewed ASAP, because I'm having a rough time deciding between 5. Bc4 or 5. Bb5. I see most GM's play Bb5, but I continued on playing Bc4 but until Daniel King in a DVD said why Bb5 is better. The Bishop on c4 is killing, b... | Read More
100th friend: JJmar
150th friend: Noobdog
Another note, for the friends I don't know very ofte, I will take off my list. | Read More
I went to a tournament recently,
and I was paired up with top seed in the early stages of the tournament.
Not that I had done spectaculary well before I was paired up with top seed.
His name is Brodie McClymont.
He's not titled, but I'm sure... | Read More