CHESS ILLUSION: CASTTLE!??

AWARDCHESS
AWARDCHESS
Jul 12, 2008, 7:51 PM |
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2nd July 2008, 07:17am
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Are we really need keep in mind the Castle at every chess game? 

Or, it's just a stamp?

Maybe, it is a kind of Chess Illusion!?

How many times you find at your games that you really  has a biggest Question: to castle, delay the castle, or hold your most strong peace at the starting central position, as a Commander-in-Chief! 

My practice changed my stamps of chess mindset, from traditional views to more creative ones! 

Actually, I do not like play 35 well known moves from Spanish Defense, or something  alike... It is a boring!!!

 

On the way to avoid some of the standards, I started play all First Moves from starting position. And I got a new nice experiences! 

 I wish to hear you, soon!.. 


2nd July 2008, 07:37am
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by transpositions
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My practice changed my stamps of chess mindset, from traditional views to more creative ones! 

 AWARDCHESS,

Speaking of creative positions and castling, take a look at this position from a variation of the Scotch game.

White to move

I hope you enjoy this one as much as I did.


2nd July 2008, 07:39am
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O-O-O Beautiful.
2nd July 2008, 08:05am
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My computer refused to play your solutions, but I hope, that 0_0_0+, and Win the Rook!

 Nice double attack! 


2nd July 2008, 08:08am
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"I do not like play 35 well known moves from Spanish Defense, or something  alike... It is a boring!!!

 On the way to avoid some of the standards, I started play all First Moves from starting position."

 

The only difference now is that you're playing from scratch, but your opponent is playing well known moves! When you play a move to "get out of book" you better be sure you're getting out of your opponent's book and not just your own!


2nd July 2008, 08:17am
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I got a big experience to play at very unusual out-breathing Chess Positions!..

It help me at many- many cases, because I has a confidence to orient better at unknown zones, here...  And my partners got some big problems after just a few first moves!

I offer the open battle field! And some my partners enjoy it as well, as I did!..


2nd July 2008, 08:48am
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by woodencardboard
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That's why Fischer created 960 chess. He took the back rank of both players' back row and scrambled the pieces at random, with a few limitations. It completely removes opening memorization, and I think it makes the game more enjoyable.


2nd July 2008, 08:54am
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I prefer traditional chess game set up!

And traditional sexual values, as well...

But some people always in search, they are rebels alike...  

But it not mean, that the God will approve, what we are doing, so far...


2nd July 2008, 09:11am
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by transpositions
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   Right! 0-0-0+, check to the Black King with White Rook at d1 and simultaneous attack on Black Rook at b2 with White King.

   Chess is beautiful, no.


2nd July 2008, 09:27am
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Most of us are rebels at some point, and that is good. Only rebels can improve the world. Those that aren't will adjust themselves, while rebels adjust the world around them.

It is not hard to see where inventors must stand. 


2nd July 2008, 10:07am
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 Good point! I was just  shining to say so!..

But not all chess rebels can choose a right chess castle!! 

Some of then self- banned, some jailed, after that...

Maybe we have a right chess rebels! and left over ones??! 

Some chess rebels devote own skin and soul for the human society benefits, some for own gold seat... 

I am sure, that we have  a right chess discussion, here!