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    • Two Knights 4.Ng5. Part 1

      Hey, today im gonna focus on the Two Knights 4.Ng5 variaton which starts after 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Ng5. This variation is popular on all levels, from beginner to grandmaster. In part 1 i'm gonna look what happens if black doesn't play 4.... | Read More

    • Italian Game, Two Knights Defense, Fried Liver Attack and other responses

      Fried Liver Attack arises from Italian Game. Here are explained ideas behind the opening  From this interesting position which can be called Knight Attack (after 4.Ng5), black can enter Traxler Counterattack (called also Wilkes-Barre ... | Read More

    • Fried Liver Attack - Black's Defensive Moves in the Two Knight Defense

      Hello Chess Fans, The Fried Liver Attack is a common and aggressive variation of the Two Knights Defense. Many players have described black's outcome as "Fried", "Destroyed", "Decimated" and "A really bad game for black".  In this article we'll ... | Read More

    • The Two Knights Defense - Playing 1.E4 - E5 2.Nf3 Opening Variations

      The Two Knights Defense is the third in a series of articles reviewing black's second move after 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3.  It continues with 2...Nc6 3. Bc4 Nf6 and can be frought with theory, from white's Fried Liver Attack with 4.Ng5, to black's respons... | Read More

    • Traxler Variation

      For many years I have been playing 1.e4 e5 with Black and, like for many other players, I always had some doubts what to play against the Italian (2.Nf3 Nc6 3.Bc4) as in many lines play might become a bit dry because of the ensuing symmetrical paw... | Read More

      • RobertRis
      • | Feb 5, 2015
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  • 1936 in chess

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    In January 1936, the All-Russian Trade Union Tournament finished after six months of steady play.  The event had 700,000 participants.  Georgy Lizitzin and Vitaly Checkover tied for 1st place. On January 4, 1936, the 16th Annual Hastings Christ... Read More »