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Attacking Chess

  • International 
  • Formed: Jun 1, 2011
  • In this group, our motto is "Attack, Attack, Attack!". We will focus on playing attacking chess throughout our matches.

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  • Hi, 1300-1500 rated pls join. http://www.chess.com/groups/team_match?id=464326

    by RavindraBabu 6 weeks ago

  • 154.

    by RavindraBabu 7 weeks ago

  • thx for joining.

    by RavindraBabu 8 weeks ago

  • Hi! Thank you for the invitation!

    by Sityak 8 weeks ago

  • Playing chess has many aspects that can be useful in everyday situations like planning, concentration and combinations. You learn to win but also to lose and to be creative. Judit Polgar

    by elvis_contreras 8 weeks ago

  • Setbacks and losses are both inevitable and essential if you're going to improve and become a good, even great, competitor. The art is in avoiding catastrophic losses in the key battles. Garry Kasparov

    by elvis_contreras 8 weeks ago

  • Don't be afraid of losing, be afraid of playing a game and not learning something. Dan Heisman

    by elvis_contreras 8 weeks ago

  • Experience and the constant analysis of the most varied positions builds up a store of knowledge in a player's mind enabling him often at a glance to assess this or that position. Alexander Kotov

    by elvis_contreras 9 weeks ago

  • To have a knight planted in your game at K6 is worse than a rusty nail in your knee. Efim Bogolubow

    by elvis_contreras 2 months ago

  • The king, which during the opening and middlegame stage is often a burden because it has to be defended, becomes in the endgame a very important and aggressive piece, and the beginner should realize this, and utilize his king as much as possible. Jose Capablanca

    by elvis_contreras 2 months ago