Arnav290308
16 araw ang nakalipas
Oh that's cool
AP3660
17 araw ang nakalipas
We will also be hosting practice arenas on weekends.
AP3660
17 araw ang nakalipas
For all who won yesterday we will be giving you prizes in school
AP3660
Mar 3, 2021
Yes good luck
AlphaWolfStar
Mar 3, 2021
Good luck y’all for Chess Open 2021
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URGENT  Solve...Magnus Carlsen Quits Chess

URGENT Solve...Magnus Carlsen Quits Chess

AP3660 | Abr 1, 2021
Source : Agadmator Youtube Magnus Carlsen has announced that he will be quitting chess after this spectacular loss to  Max Deutsch the "Superlearner" who learned chess in 3 years Try and win the game for Max Drag the pieces to solve Watch the Chess24 video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQw4w9WgXcQ&t=0s Watch the Agadmator video at : https://youtu.be/_jx_jySDkN0 (No joke) Note : This game was played in 1852 by Adolf Anderssen and Jean Dufresne. It is called the "E...
Are you smarter than a computer? Puzzle 1

Are you smarter than a computer? Puzzle 1

AP3660 | Mar 29, 2021
Chess Puzzles that computers can't solve  Try and solve this puzzle that cannot be solved using a chess computer. Comment down below if you managed to solve it. Puzzle  Difficulty : Medium White to move and draw Drag the pieces to make a move Chess.com Analysis Depth 20 : Evaluation = -7 Latest version of stockfish on Lichess Depth : 30 Evaluation : -9.5 Source : St Louis Chess Club
Find the most forcing moves

Find the most forcing moves

AP3660 | Mar 5, 2021
Forcing moves win the game I spotted Achyuth (classmate) playing chess in our class. Just as our teacher arrived, I saw him defeat his opponent with a spectacular combination. Decided to share it with you all. Find the most forcing moves below and win the game for Achyuth. Remember forcing moves are moves that force the opponent to respond in a certain manner.  Look for checks, captures and threats. Achyuth vs Lichess player A great win by Achyuth
Forcing Checkmate

Forcing Checkmate

AP3660 | Peb 27, 2021
Find the Mating Attack 6 move puzzle
GIIS Chess Open 2021

GIIS Chess Open 2021

AP3660 | Peb 23, 2021
Hello everyone : The GIIS Chess Club is elated to announce that the registrations for the much-awaited GIIS Chess Open 2021 have finally opened! The tournament is only open for GIIS Students. It is open for all ratings. The details are as follows: Date : 27 March 2021Time : 10 am - 4:30 pmTournament Type : Swiss System, 15+0 (Every participant will play 6 games)Fee : 15 SGD (inclusive of GST)Categories : Players will be assigned to groups based on their RankingsVenue : SMART Campus Level ...
Christmas Chess Puzzles

Christmas Chess Puzzles

AP3660 | Dis 25, 2020
Happy Christmas Everyone,  Below are a few Christmas themed chess puzzles I collected. Have fun solving them.  Christmas Tree White to mate in 2 Christmas Candle (HARD) White to mate in 3
5 Peculiar Checkmates Part 2

5 Peculiar Checkmates Part 2

AP3660 | Nob 30, 2020
A continuation of part 1 (which featured 1, 2 and 3 move mates), this part 2 will feature harder checkmates. Have fun and don't forget to comment. Some points to remember before doing the puzzles : 1. Always start by observing the consequences of your opponent's last move (it should be visible with the squares highlighted in a light orange hue) 2.Understand the difference between forcing moves and non-forcing moves. Forcing moves force your opponent to reply in a certain manner. 3.First l...
5 Peculiar Checkmates Part 1

5 Peculiar Checkmates Part 1

AP3660 | Nob 29, 2020
Hello everyone,  Below are 5 peculiar checkmates I have collected from my past games. Try to find the mating patterns. Drag the pieces to solve. Hope you have fun solving them !! Comment down in the comment section on what you thought of the puzzles. Remember these points for solving the puzzles : Always start by observing the consequences of your opponent's last move (it should be visible with the squares highlighted in a light orange hue) Understand the difference between forcing mov...
Chess Club 2020-2021

Chess Club 2020-2021

AP3660 | Okt 26, 2020
Hello everyone,  The GIIS Chess Club has begun for the year of 2021. Here are the members/organisers : President  - Ishan IngolikarVice President  - Aryan PadhyeSecretary - Srikar PeesapatiChess Director - Pranay TiwariLogistics and Finance - Pranav AgarwalMarCom - Shrutikhaa KatakamDesign - Prarthana Rao Stay tuned for the exciting tournaments and chess festivals ahead. Feel free to drop a note in the club / a message to me if you have any suggestions.  Thanks