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  • 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

  • World's Greatest Drag Race 2 Freelanz Blogger

    World's Greatest Drag Race 2 Published on Aug 24, 2012 It's back! The World's Greatest Drag Race returns with nine of the world's best supercars, sports cars, and muscle cars for 2012 facing off in an epic quarter-mile sprint for glory... and u... | Read More

  • Why Apple May Finally Double the Storage of Its Cheapest Phones

    Why Apple May Finally Double the Storage of Its Cheapest Phones The next iPhone may not be as spectacularly different as many had hoped, but it could come with a feature than many have been clamouring for: more storage space.That's the report f... | Read More

  • Reviews of Adi Developers - Freelanz Blogger

    Adi Developers is a name to reckon with in the real-estate field in Hyderabad and Bangalore Adi Developers Reviews  Adi’s North Lake project is the extravagant residential project standing out from rest in all aspects. Optimal use of space an... | Read More

  • What is the most extremely chess?

    Friends, all of you knows this big and beauty chess sets , big chairs , big tables that the players using in the tournaments.....But, pls, you knows, that for an ordinary hobby player the things are not the same...Pls, is interesting to know, what... | Read More

  • Game of the day Rd 5 British Chess Championship 2016

    An excellent game between GM Fodor and IM Palliser   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbQZ3eVjqxM | Read More

  • نوبتی نشی

    یه روز داخل مترو صندلیم رو به یک پیرمرد نورانی دادم. در حقم دعا کرد و گفت: «جوان دعا می‌کنم پیر شی اما هیچ وقت نوبتی نشی.» سوال کردم: «حاجی... | Read More

  • How should we play training games?

    Today I continue to write about my daily experiences in the 21 days to Supercharge your chess course.  You can read about the past days: Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, Day 5, Day 6, Day 7, Day 8, Day 9  My goals:  1. I want to s... | Read More

  • How can you play with an International Master?

    Would you like to play against an International Master? I am Attila Turzo, an International Master and Chess Coach and I would like to invite you to play with me in 2 simuls on the LIVE chess.com server with 30 15 time control. I created a... | Read More

  • The Scandinavian Defense... the unusual yet powerful opening

    The Scandinavian Defense was indeed the first opening I learnt, but at first it seemed unusual to me. What would you actually DO with this Scandinavian Defense opening? Giving up a pawn for nothing? A beginner would be baffled with why they actual... | Read More

    • Chesspawn5
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • The Scandinavian Defense... the unusual yet powerful opening

    The Scandinavian Defense was indeed the first opening I learnt, but at first it seemed unusual to me. What would you actually DO with this Scandinavian Defense opening? Giving up a pawn for nothing? A beginner would be baffled with why they actual... | Read More

    • Chesspawn5
    • | Jul 30, 2016
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  • Bonesy's Blitz Analysis #3

    I'm back to provide commentary and some analysis on what I consider to be my most interesting blitz (3 minute) games.  I doubt players rated over 2100 will find much here, but for the rest, let me know what you think. This is not normally th... | Read More

  • Scandinavian Defense Part 3

    Welcome back! The games keep rolling in, so I have to be specific in what we will discuss here. Two games this morning, and quite spectacular ones I might add. However, since they are 55 resp. 74 moves, I will focus on the most important parts ... | Read More

    • BobBishoen
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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  • Blitz Chess #364: Nimzo-Indian: Fischer variation

    This is a blitz chess game I played as black with time control 5|0. The opening played was the Nimzo-Indian Defense, Fischer variation. One of the most important questions in chess is "Should I trade queens?", especially since without them on boar... | Read More

  • Tim's Tournament Book Blog XIV: Bled 1931

    Bled 1931By Hans KmochTranslated from Russian by Jimmy AdamsCaissa Editions, 1987259 pagesBled 1931, along with San Remo 1930, together constitute the crowing achievement of the career of the fourth chess champion of the world Alexander Alekhine.... | Read More

    • SLBM1959
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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  • My Games 24-29/7/2016 - Learning from Mistakes

    Hello everyone, now I'm going to post two games I played recently in this site. I'm a defensive player, and my hobby is to accept sacs and gambits and defend (or sometimes, tortured) for a long time. In the first game, I played waaay too passively... | Read More

    • williamn27
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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  • Fishing Pole VS Icelandic Gambit... Which is better for black?

    The Fishing Pole is a well known (If i say so myself) trap used my quite a few people playing black. The reason why this trap is so effective is because 1. It ruins white's castling position for a quick win. 2. Even if the trap doesn't work it r... | Read More

    • Chesspawn5
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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  • Some of those squares need protected

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    • thomsjrj
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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  • The Championship! Finally!

    After chasing the goal of "club champion" for many years, I have finally done it :-)  I have placed 2nd and 3rd several times, often in fact, but until this one I have never managed to get the title. Half a point clear of the field, I managed 6.... | Read More

    • BorgQueen
    • | Jul 29, 2016
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