Here is a Superb game Bobby lost-But frankly, I dont know where on earth he went wrong.
Robert James Fischer vs Wolfgang UhlmannBuenos Aires (1960) · French Defense: Winawer. Advance Variation (C19) · 0-1
1. e4 e6
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Today, id like to share an instructional game with notes on one simple way to overcome a defensive player who simply digs in and waits for you to go and get him, hoping you might overextend your position. hope you enjoy this game from round one ... | Read More
Anand manouverings 'sham'ooverings!
it is my considered opinion Vishy (whom i admire very much) is playing boring safe manouvering chess and has done so from the inception of this match literally burying any hope of winning. He lacks HUNGER to W... | Read More
Everyone has one memorable game they regret slipped through their fingers as the sands in the hourglass pass time.
My such regrettable opportunity occurred 42 years ago when i was 19yrs old. was playing Grandmaster Lothar Schmidt of West Germa... | Read More
Peter Parr, a Father of Chess in Sydney Australia passed away last week.
A Chess Jourrnalist, An international Chess Arbiter,A Captain of The Australian Olympiad Team, Peter Parr did it all.
i tried to find a game lost to Peter, yet i did fin... | Read More
This is my game from Round 1 of the New South Wales Country Teams Championships which my team won and I dedicated to my 19yr old sons memory. If you know any teenagers who seem gloomy just ask them if they are okay ok?
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Many many years ago I played the Grunfeld Opening and was able to put a piece on pris which could not be taken .
My next move I put another piece on prise and my opponent would lose if either piece was captured .
Then on my next consecutive m... | Read More
Okay. So why the picture of the Elephant with a ball?
Well I was just contemplating that in Chess you must "keep your eye on the Ball".
It is simply not enough to learn openings like a parrot. Parrots dont play top chess.
If your opponent makes... | Read More
Chess Poem Battlefield of Life I make this pledge to you alone, that I shall serve your royal throne. My silver sword, I gladly wield. Squares eight times eight the battlefield. With knights upon their mighty steed the front line pawns have vowed... | Read More
I purposely tried to be creative and a wee bit entertaining in my notes.
In this 3 minute game I drew on my early memory of Irving Chernevs book " Logical Chess Move By Move and emulated his teachings.
I also used the tip I got from former Au... | Read More