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tingelingjr
tingelingjr
Location: Sweden
Joined: 6/24/15
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Albin_killer
Albin_killer
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bine111
bine111
Location: Bosnia-Herzegovina
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chupacabraa
Location: Ze, Bosnia-Herzegovina
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chris_albin
Location: United States
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    • Analysis of the Albin Countergambit

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    • Albin theme match

      I can be persuaded to join big clubs (like, say, banks), but it's tough to get me to join a smaller sub-club (like, say, the bank's Christmas program). I joined chess.com years ago, but it took a long time to find a home within the home. The Unso... | Read More

    • Mourning for Magnus Carlsen: Norway Chess Day 1

      I'm only writing this now because I didn't have time to do so right after the round ended, so...here goes. (Also, I started this a few hours ago and then left it, which means I'm not really this far behind) Well, I'm pretty sure NO ONE expected N... | Read More

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    • The Hardest Game to Win Is a Won Game

      It is one of Lasker's chess wisdoms that "the hardest game to win is a won game". This became pretty true at my last 7-round-robin tournament and if I look at my games, I should have scored at least 6.5 points. Anyway, I think there were some ver... | Read More

      • kurze15
      • | Jun 1, 2015
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    • The Krejcik Immortal

      The Austrian master Josef Krejcik was a favorite of my old chess teacher, probably because he played several instructive miniatures (the chessgames dot com database includes 10 Krejcik games of 10 moves or shorter). His best game was an Albin, an... | Read More


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  • Englund Gambit

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    The Englund Gambit is a rarely played chess opening that starts with the moves: 1. d4 e5?!Black's idea is to avoid the traditional closed queen's pawn games and create an open game with tactical chances, but at the cost of a pawn. The gambi... Read More »

  • Showalter, Jackson Whipps

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    In 1890, Jackson Whipps Showalter (1860-1935) won the United States Chess Association’s 3rd Annual Congress Championship tournament in St. Louis.  Shortly after this tournament in 1890, he lost a match to Max Judd by a score of 7-3... Read More »

  • Albin, Adolf

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    Adolf Albin (1848-1920) was a Romanian chess master (born in Bucharest) who learned the game at age 23.  In 1872 he authored the first chess book written in Romanian, Amiculu Jocului de Schach.   He played in his first international... Read More »