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MamaBear6
MamaBear6
Location: West Jordan, United States
Joined: 4/30/14
Last Online: 4/30/14
Points: 0 points
troffa1
troffa1
Location: SLC, Ut, United States
Joined: 10/18/12
Last Online: 11/21/13
Points: 0 points
Troff
Troff
Location: United States
Joined: 3/15/11
Last Online: 3/15/11
Points: 0 points
KaydenTroff
KaydenTroff
Location: Utah, United States
Joined: 12/7/09
Last Online: 7/22/14
Points: 704 points
Piecefulchaos
Piecefulchaos
Location: Salt Lake Valley, United States
Joined: 8/21/09
Last Online: 7/20/14
Points: 62 points


    • Top 100 Juniors Chess Player July 2014

      Rank Name Title Country Rating B-Day 1  Giri, Anish  g  NED 2750  1994-06-28 2  Rapport, Richard  g  HUN 2701  1996-03-25 3  Yu, Yangyi  g  CHN 2670  1994-06-08 4  Fedoseev, Vladimir  g  RUS 2668  1995-02-16 5  Artemiev, Vladislav... | Read More

      • gludug
      • | Jul 20, 2014
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    • The Mayor's Open!

      I was the 4th seed of a 10-player field in the Open division of the Mayor's Open; a chess tournament that took place in Hammond, IN on July 19th, 2014 at the Jean Sheppard Community Center. There were other scholastic divisions as well that were n... | Read More

    • Breaking even in St.Louis Invitational

      After my amazing success in Chicago Open, I travelled back home to St.Louis to play in the prestigious 2014 CCSCSL Invitational GM from May 28- June 5, 2014. This event was a very special one for me, as it was a closed invitational, which drastica... | Read More

      • aspired
      • | Jul 1, 2014
      • | 1221 views
      • | 6 comments
    • Tie for the Title in Chicago Open!

      Multitasking is never an easy task, and that's the problem I face everyday splitting my time between college classes in Lindenwood University and chess. So,I decided to devote all my summer break  for chess, which led me to plan to play in five t... | Read More

      • aspired
      • | Jun 8, 2014
      • | 1250 views
      • | 3 comments
    • Beating Inferior Openings. 4.Bc4 in the Four Knights

      Cyrus Lakdawala writes in his book The Four Knights: Move by Move that black players who open with 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 are likely to be poorly versed in Four Knights theory because they encounter the Ruy Lopez (that begins with 3.Bb5) more often tha... | Read More

      • sputnick
      • | May 31, 2014
      • | 295 views
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