I have found that the fastest way to improve in chess is to analyze the games you have played, especially those you lost, and find your errors. Then hopefully in the future you will not make the same mistakes. I have been testing free software t... | Read More
Carlsen did a great job of proving what Anand had said a few days ago: if someone wants a draw against the Sicilian, it can be found too. He played very clearly and comfortably to keep Anand from ever developing any real play-- until an equal endg... | Read More
What did we just witness??? I've never seen a game like this. A piece of my chess world has been turned on its head.
I feel certain that Carlsen's moves in this game were nigh-suicidal. Anand played almost all the moves I wanted him to play/would... | Read More
Well, it looks like Magnus is satisfied with the lead he has, and the World Championship title, and will not be looking to win any more games in this match.
Here's the video "analysis" of today's "game:"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c8QBdSmM... | Read More
This game was not as rich or exciting as games 3-6. I hope that there will be more dramatic games in the next few rounds.
Here's the video analysis:
And here's a pgn viewer for the game and variati... | Read More