The lion: a flexible opening system
This post is going about one of my favorite chessopenings: The lion.
The lion is invented by Leo Jansen and Jerry van Rekom. First there was only a black lion, later there also came a white lion.
The lion-sys... | Read More
(Image courtesy of D. Sharon Pruitt)
The Spring Open was two sections, Open and Reserve (under 1950). I asked my husband which he thought I should play, and he said, "You'll learn more in the Open, maybe, but I think you'll enjoy yourself more ... | Read More
A good opening repertoire doesn’t need a great amount of lines to study, sothat you can be successful. Generally, most sources on opening repertoires for white tend to fall into one of the two categories: either they suggest popular mainstream l... | Read More
This is a game against Broyson that turned out to be confusing, in a way such as I was not sure what my opponent was planning. However I started to panick as I did not know what was going on.
This has now open my eyes to the fact, be more pr... | Read More
Hello All and welcome to the 4th session of my series where I analyze the games of Chess.com members,
Today I will go over the 8 games that were sent to me to be analyzed. The games all had different ideas and concepts that are crucial for a good... | Read More