This game was a team match game between Five for Fighting(which I currently joined to avoid slight inactiveness ) and Chess-0-Matic(which I`m an admin of). It was played between me(mid 1100) and a mid 1500( sourabhagarwal1 ). I won the game ... | Read More
The game I`m about to show you is a game I just finished recently. It was between me and a 1400(A friend on chess.com named Samsch). His best wins were him beating 1900 "regularly"(no timeouts) and a 2000 on time(he says that guy`s rating is now d... | Read More
Hello! It`s been a long time since I put up a blog but I go to middle school. Anyways, let`s go to the main part of my blog. The French Def. is played the moves e4 e6.
The opening came from a correspondence match Lo... | Read More
Today`s blog is on the Zukertort opening. The Zukertort is played by the move Nf3.
Some commonly seen moves after Nf3 are:
Nf6- Can transpose to Petrov Defense
d5- The QP defense; the move I do as black when playing ... | Read More
Today`s blog will have a game that you`ll be surprised at. This game was played by J.H. Blackburne in a exhibition of simultaneous blindfold play in which he announced a forced mate in 16.( If black played differently at any point, he loses more q... | Read More
Today, I`m doing an endgame postions blog series thanks to the school library book Learn Chess Quickly by I.A. Horowitz (no, I`m not a beginner but an amateur and I`m 11.) We`ll start with one with black winning with heavy amount of material but a... | Read More
Legal Trap can arise from the moves:
This trap is named after Sire de Legal. Blackburne, British master and one of the world`s strongest players in the latter 19 th century,employed this trap a lot.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/L%C3%A9gal_Tra... | Read More
Now here is a game with a "shocker" :
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This game was unrated in live chess and it was against a 1700 in blitz. I found a way to win. After this game, the opponent because I had to go.
^ That was the loss and the game I had to leave in.... | Read More
There are many different lines, here are a few to look at:
Fianchetto Traditional, Nimzowitsch Var., and Tinman`s Line:
Spassky System and Kasparov Var,:
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