Chess Studies


  • 2 years ago · Quote · #21

    Rise_Of_Nations

    There might be variety of reasons. I am now closing in on 1500, i.e I have increased around 130 points in 5 tourneys(from 1370 to 1492). My main problem is my stamina, i get tired easily by the end of the tournament. I think you tend to take the matches here at chess.com very lightly. Anyways, sorry for the timeout.

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #22

    gokuandritesh7809

    no prob i see that u r already playing 4 online matches please challenge me a online match once u r free i would really love to play with u and congrats for ur 1492 one i always knew u would cross 1500 by looking at some of ur games

  • 2 years ago · Quote · #23

    gokuandritesh7809

    by the way u should see my standard record in that lost matches interestingly 80 matches were lost against both comp hard and impossible combined with these two i played a lot at the start of my chess.com account

  • 17 months ago · Quote · #25

    Rise_Of_Nations

    I guess its time I revived this forum :) @ Darkbluelord,

    Yeah, that's an incredible variation you posted, which I forgot to add. Thanks! Here's the line in game format for those who are interested :) 

    Please keep posting more studies :)


  • 16 months ago · Quote · #26

    Rise_Of_Nations

    This one isn't really hard,  but its incredibly interesting.

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #27

    adumbrate

  • 16 months ago · Quote · #28

    Rise_Of_Nations

    Nice puzzle @skotheim2 , when you first look at it, you get a feeling you'd have to throw b6 and c5, but it's really difficult to calculate when :)

  • 4 weeks ago · Quote · #29

    ArtificialSelection

    Rise_Of_Nations wrote:
    I guess its time I revived this forum :) @ Darkbluelord, Yeah, that's an incredible variation you posted, which I forgot to add. Thanks! Here's the line in game format for those who are interested :) 

    Please keep posting more studies :)


    I think the win is easier?  Black just needs to force the white king into the corner (otherwise White loses the rook pawn) and then play Qb6 (if not already there), followed by Qc7 and Qc8#?

     


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