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  • BadBishop51
    En línea Apr 27, 2015

    Bad Bishop | Memphis, Estados Unidos

    Se unió el: 7 jun. 2008

  • Bad_Bishop_Jones
    En línea Apr 7, 2014

    Bad Bishop Jones | London, Inglaterra

    Se unió el: 15 dic. 2013

  • Steenberg123
    En línea Sep 21, 2016

    Bad Bishop | Worcester, Sudáfrica

    Se unió el: 26 jun. 2015

  • A Farewell!

    My favorite writer Hemingway, in his excellent "Moveable Feast," wrote about starting a day of writing: "All you have to do is write one true sentence. Write the truest sentence that you know." This advice came...

  • Heritage in Modern Play, Part 4

    Today we continue our topic of classic heritage in modern play and we'll study one of Capablanca's favorite positional methods - restricting the opponent's bishop. We will analyze only one particular instance of...

  • Converting Advantage According to Kramnik, End

    Today we will wrap up the series on how to convert an advantage according to Kramnik. This article is the seventh installment on this topic. Last week I showed you several of my games from the recent World Open,...

  • The Bishop's Show: King Activity

    We continue our series on bishop endgames and today's topic is king activity in bishop endings. Getting the king into the center should be an aim in most endgame positions. Usually, in bishop endgames the defending...

  • Study Plan For Intermediate Players: The Endgame!

    • News
    • 30 sept. 2011 17:10

    Target Skill Range: Intermediate (Rated 1400-1799) Arrive at your final chess destination with the knowledge you need to win! Tasks: Increase your knowledge of fundamental endgames. Improve your endgame technique. Complete...

  • Light & Dark : A Visual Guide to Crazyhouse

    Light & Dark: A Visual Guide to Crazyhouse (visual ideas behind the moves in crazyhouse and bughouse) mastertan 2016 In light of the increasing amount of activity of crazyhouse chess, I’ve decided to write...

  • Daily Review 2016-11-30

    For my 30/11/2016 Blitz games I thought I was playing quite well for a win and two losses. Bad oversights in calculation after good opening positions. Game 1: White to Move Here I missed the very nice 19. Ned6...

  • Weak and strong pieces in bughouse

    • Sorsi
    • 26 nov. 2016 11:11

    In this post i am going to talk about the pieces value in different situations. Most players already know the pieces value in bughouse as it is: N/B/R = 2p Q = 4p As in chess this value of course depends very much...

  • Review: Modern Repertoire against the Italian Game by Boris Avrukh (Modern-Chess.com)

    I've always wanted to write reviews for the books or articles that I like but never got around to doing so. Well, until today that is. Writing a genuinely good review is hard work as it means that the reviewer has...

  • Daily Blitz Review 2016-11-22

    In my 3 daily blitz games I had 2 wins and a loss, though not particularly good in standard and I feel I botched a winning position. Game 1: Black to Move Having experimented with the English for Black, I panicked...

  • Carlsen Wins Rapid Playoff, Defends World Championship

    It was about time. Just like in the classical portion of the 2016 world championship, GM Magnus Carlsen got several promising positions against GM Sergey Karjakin in the rapid playoff.  The difference? Today...

  • Ding Holds Marathon Game vs Caruana; All Draws In Sinquefield

    Today served as a brutal yet soporific reminder that a well played game of chess is ultimately a draw. By far the most interesting game of the round was GM Fabiano Caruana vs GM Ding Liren. Caruana tried...

  • Anand Bounces Back As Topalov's Slump Continues In London

    Viswanathan Anand bounced back from his round-four loss and defeated Veselin Topalov the next day at the London Chess Classic. The Indian GM won a knight-vs-bad-bishop-endgame after more than six hours...

  • GM Walter Browne, 1949-2015

    The chess world is suddenly without one of its most illustrious and longtime stars. GM Walter Shawn Browne, a six-time U.S. champion, died in his sleep Wednesday at the age of 66. He was perhaps the most dominant...

  • Introducing: WIM Iryna Zenyuk

    I am very pleased to introduce chess.com's new columnist for Fridays, WIM Iryna Zenyuk! Iryna moved from the Ukraine to the USA in 2001. She was soon strong enough to be competing in the U.S. Women's Championship....

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