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  • It is all the Bull's Fault.

    Tatiana Kosintseva, being one of the top seeds of the Women’s World Championship, was eliminated in the second round by Yelena Dembo being more than one hundred points lower rated. The endgame that we will look at happened in the first game of t... | Read More

  • A Rare Line in the Grunfeld

    razorblade12 asked: Ever since I have started playing chess over a year ago, I have always come unstuck when playing against 1.d4 as Black. Is there any defense that you recommend I could use that would suit my style of play? Dear razorblade: T... | Read More

  • Why I am in love

    If chess be the food of love, play on Yelena Dembo! Yelena's gifts are on full display in this chess.com game against Richard Hayden, hardly a slouch at 2130. One day, when all the stars are in alignment, even I might be able to try give her a... | Read More


    • One Summer with the Gruenfeld

      In recent years an old side-line has gained considerable popularity against the Gruenfeld: the move 7.Qa4+ in the classical exchange variation has appeared with increasing frequency at the top level since 2011. It has been played by Kramnik agains... | Read More

    • Surviving in the World of chess.com

      Lately, I have some doubts about chess.com's anti-cheating system. I will present you a case where an account closure was IMO done in haste, probably by an automatic system of chess.com. The account macidm was closed and the account name ca... | Read More

      • HappyMrT
      • | Apr 11, 2012
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    • The just think to do

      Lately, I have some doubts about chess.com's anti-cheating system. I will present you a case where an account closure was IMO done in haste, probably by an automatic system of chess.com. The account macidm was closed and the account name ca... | Read More

    • Scotch or Scotch Gambit?

      I used to play Scotch Gambit as white a lot in my early years. 1.e4 e5 2.Nf3 Nc6 3.d4 exd4 4.Bc4 - with some success against school level and weak club players. Another one with an easy recipe for success: develop pieces, make a big tactical mess ... | Read More

      • EdwardT2
      • | Mar 2, 2012
      • | 4197 views
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    • Seratus File Chessbase (1)

      No. Judul Pengarang Edisi 1 Starting Out: Queen's Gambit Accepted Alexander Raetsky & Maxim Chetverik 2007 2 Starting Out: The Nimzo-Indian Chris Ward 2007 3 Starting Out: Rook Endgames Chris Ward ... | Read More

      • Pujakelana
      • | Dec 29, 2011
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