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  • Bilbao Masters 2016 - Carlsen Wins (Who Else?)

    Wrap up of the Bilbao Masters, won by Carlsen. It is getting increasingly impossible for other players to win a tournament when Carlsen is playing. The full article at http://www.alexcolovic.com/2016/07/bilbao-masters-2016-carlsen-wins-who.html | Read More

  • The "Win a Piece" Variation

    One of the trickiest openings I know, is what I call the "Win a Piece" variation of the Caro-Kann. Full credit for developing the opening should be given to Colorado's infamous NM Brian Wall; developer of such crazy openings as the "Fishing Pole" ... | Read More

  • The Polgar Method

    GM Susan Polgar has had phenomenal success at chess training, both as a former prodigy and as the award-winning coach of SPICE.  The proof of her method’s effectiveness can be seen in the records she set (including former Women’s World Champi... | Read More

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    • 10mio
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Denker: Round 1

    Okay, everybody, here is the first installment of my Denker game records. My opponent: NM Gunnar Andersen, of Colorado. His rating: 2225. And now, here is the game itself; ponder at will: I would like everyone to feel free to comment on this gam... | Read More

  • Bonesy's Blitz Analysis #4

    Today's game was vs a player I have a 20% win rate against.  I've been working on being more disciplined in how I play key moves in my blitz games and it's been helping a lot in my overall results.  Prior to my latest resurgence, I would waste... | Read More

  • Fighting Chess at the SD Teams

    My most recent tournament was a rollar-coaster I will never forget. I have had more than one memorable tournament over the past 6 years I have played tournament chess. I have had everything from brillant victories to shocking blunders. I have see... | Read More

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    • tliju
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Double Attack 23

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    • DAlbanesi
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • THE REVENGE - AUGUST,S UAT BLITZ-TOURNAMENT

    1ST PLACE -    2NS PLACE-      3RD PLACE -    ONLY FOR MEMBERS OF THE GREATEST UNIKAT-AUTOMAT TEAM | Read More

  • Is Daniel Rensch Jewish?

    Hello, does anyone know if International Master, Daniel Rensch is Jewish or not? I can't find a definitive answer online and I don't know if "Rensch" is a Jewish surname. He talks like a Jew, but hasn't got the typical Jewish phenotype (he looks G... | Read More

  • Double Attack 22

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    • DAlbanesi
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Best film

    What do you think is the best film Alien or predator | Read More

    • Neil666
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • JEWS RULE!

    Whether you like it or not, Ashkenazi Jews have been, are, and always will be the best chess players! Why? Because the Ashkenazim have the highest IQ out of all the races. Deal with it! | Read More

  • Revelation 3: Letter to the Church in Philadelphia

    7 "And to the angel of the church in Philadelphia write, 'These things says He who is holy, He who is true, "He who has the key of David, He who opens and no one shuts, and shuts and no one opens": 8 I know your works. See, I have set before you ... | Read More

    • MugoNyam
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Adi Developer Reviews | Freelanz Blogger | Local Search Engine in Bangalore

    Adi Developers Reviews in Bangalore Developers in Bangalore is thriving due to the existence of many IT companies in and around Bangalore. It is the brain child of Mr. Adi Reddy is Adi developers and this organization had a very humble beginning.... | Read More

  • Absolutely non-logical and depressive time calculation

    Absolutely non-logical and depressive time calculation!!! I premove 2-3 moves and even it doesn't help me to win any time! More than that I even have less time than an opponent. How could it be explained? Am I punished for my not perfect Interne... | Read More

  • Mating Puzzle

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  • Evaluation and Planning - in depth

    I did some research on Positional Evaluatioin and Planning that I wanted to share with you. It's what I have learned from the Chess.com video series by GM Meli Khachiyan on Evaluation and Planning; the book Amateur's Mind by IM Jeremy Silman; and... | Read More

    • JerkyRobot
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Rook Endgame.

    No 1.Saavedra Position.White to play and Win.Author-F Saavedra Year-1895 | Read More

  • 7/30/16 (Day 2, 6:25 p.m. edition)

    Very soon, I will be getting ready for the Opening Ceremony and the photo session. Some people may not really like picture time, but I'm looking forward to it. Okay. Done with that. I enjoyed it and got to know some of the States who are going t... | Read More

  • One of my best mates!!

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  • Join Tourney, 600-1280, 2 place left

    Please join this tournament, its rating betwen 600 and 1280. Its 3 days/move and it starts immediatly   2016 ajedrez total: https://www.chess.com/tournament/2016-ajedrez-total | Read More

  • Johnny versus GMs

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  • Seafair Open 2016: Bambi kicks again

    [image from disneyclips.com] This tournament marked my two-year anniversary of returning to competitive chess.  I hoped to get back to Expert, but alas, that's not how it went.  My round 1 opponent didn't show up.  I think the Seattle Chess C... | Read More

  • Game-2

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  • How to blunder a winning position

    Just played a game with a longer time control than I normally play online and I encountered a guy playing what I guess is a variation of the Pirc. We played two games, and I am reasonably happy with my play in both of them. I won the first and los... | Read More

    • andgranath
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • How to find best moves in chess?

    You may find an excellent combination that seems to be winning. Unexpected opponent's resource may change everything, though! It is the third part of the series dedicated to the core algorithm of making effective decisions in chess. A game of c... | Read More