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  • A Farewell!

    My favorite writer Hemingway, in his excellent "Moveable Feast," wrote about starting a day of writing: "All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know." This advice came to my mind as I neared the time to... | Read More

  • Master Files 3.5

    Master Files 3.5 Contents Introduction Staying Protected The Importance of a Pawn Break How to Beat a Grandmaster The Twelve Puzzles of Christmas Introduction Hello fellow Chess.com members, and Merry Christmas! As a young child I learned... | Read More

  • Blunders in Modern Play, The End

    Today we will wrap-up the topic of blunders in modern play with three endgame examples from the recent Topalov vs. Laznicka match. The traditional Sachova Corrida Novoborska match, which took place in Prague, featured six games between these two t... | Read More

  • Blunders in Modern Play, Part 4

    Several weeks ago I played in an excellent tournament organized by Dr. Walter High in North Carolina. The US Masters tournament attracted an extremely strong field with many GMs including Mamedov, Ramirez, Shabalov, & Jankovic - just to name f... | Read More

  • Converting Advantage According to Kramnik, End

    Today we will wrap up the series on how to convert an advantage according to Kramnik. This article is the seventh installment on this topic. Last week I showed you several of my games from the recent World Open, where I had a chance to practice wh... | Read More

    • True #1

      Uno considera que todo lo que puede pasar, ocurrira sin importar la intervencion que hagamos, ya que, para el destino eso ya lo contemplo. Si creemos eso, entonces nuestras partidas de ajedrez estan destinadas a perder por el simple hecho de que;... | Read More

      • Nivekzen
      • | Jul 14, 2015
    • Stupid GM moves--would you have done that?? Part 2--potpourri

      Curiously, the first two selections both see the winning player as Ian Nepomniatchi as the beneficiary of unexpected blunders by GM opponents...in the same tournament. Obviously some of that is due credit to the pressure he exerted, but still, it... | Read More

      • kcsmith169
      • | Dec 7, 2013
      • | 1 comment
    • Franturi

        Am sa ma folosesc de acest blog pentru (sper) a reusi sa expun, exprim ganduri ce de ani buni zac in mine, intre: a-mi exprima profunzimea a ceea ce cuget si bunul simt al ratiuni care ma oprit de fiecare data spundu-mi ca nimic din ce as putea... | Read More

      • neagab
      • | Jul 17, 2013
    • Pedro Areal - Jorge Ferreira

      Pareceu-me que um sacrificio era promissor, mas ele encontrou a refutação. Mesmo que não encontrásse havia lances simples que questionavam fortemente o sacrificio. Falta de energia para avançar no cálculo mas talvez também a fuga em frente ... | Read More

      • PedroAreal
      • | Jan 29, 2013
    • KIMPLODES: Initiative--Part III of IX, A Way to Analyze Games

      I - Initiative; one of those "mysterious" concepts, but usually you recognize it when you see it. A simple system for evaluating each element of KIMPLODES KIMPLODES offers a structured way to think about your game. Basically, I look at each el... | Read More

      • kcsmith169
      • | Dec 27, 2012
      • | 1 comment