Chess959 Movement

 Thinking starts at move 1 (No Memorization Required!)


    • How to think in chess?

      This question has the broadest possible range. At one extreme it refers to the immediate problem facing every chessplayer with an ounce of fight left in him- what move to play next on the board. At the other extreme it refers to the lifelong probl... | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 19, 2016
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    • My favorite Larsen games (Part 1)

      All annotations made by A. Yuce (Welsh Correspondence Chess Federation member, ICCF: 2132) | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 19, 2016
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    • Goals In Chess

      Anyone who has grown out of the toddler stage and is reasonably capable of independent action can set a goal. Of course, these goals will be endlessly varied, depending on the circumstances which arise and upon the personality of the one setting t... | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 19, 2016
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    • Albert Pinkus: The Indiana Jones of Chess

      A second later, I was up in panic, heart pounding, eyesstaring fearfully into the blackness around. Something was inthe hammock with me: some "thing " that crawled. A snake!What else of that size crawled? Any second I expected thestrike-it was as ... | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 19, 2016
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    • Chess960 Opening and Middlegame Principles

      Chess960 Opening Principles #1: Develop your own forces to good positions as fast and effectively as possible, while trying your hardest to stop your opponent from doing the same.Explanation: It is not difficult to see that the most favourable poi... | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 19, 2016
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    • My draw against Sergey Volkov (GM) 2611 (A chess960 game)

      Feel free to send your human analysis. | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Mar 10, 2016
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    • Vladimir Simagin (Part 1)

      Following correspondence game played by Simagin elegantly. Annotations made by me without using any engine. | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Jan 10, 2013
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    • Botvinnik'’s Training Games

      No other player was as famous as Botvinnik for his opening preparation until Kasparov came upon the scene. This reputation was in part the result of a life-style that never failed to make a deep impression on people. Botvinnik was known to be a ve... | Read More

      • miriskra
      • | Jan 4, 2013
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