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CaroKannSaruman
CaroKannSaruman
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CaroKannC6
CaroKannC6
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carokann72
carokann72
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carokann10godani
carokann10godani
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carokannkingsindian
carokannkingsindian
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    • • Caro-Kann Defense

      • Caro-Kann Defense Like the French, the Caro-Kann Defense (1. e4 c6) prepares d5 on Black's second move to challenge White's e4 pawn. The Caro-Kann is extremely solid, but not as dynamic as many of Black's other defenses against e4. Compared t... | Read More

    • Can you handle CaroKann middlegame positions?

      A great way to learn openings (or even simply improve in general) is to solve hard middlegame positions.               Leave a comment and click "tracking comments" to be alerted when I post the solution in a few days!Solution:...... | Read More

      • linlaoda
      • | Feb 24, 2016
      • | 2610 views
      • | 27 comments
    • A Missed Brilliancy, Magnus Carlsen vs. Anish Giri, Norway Chess 2015

      If World Champion GM Magnus Carlsen had found 38.Bf7+!!, we would use "Carlsen's Immortal" etiquette for this game. For now, "Carlsen's Immortal" is Magnus Carlsen vs. Sipke Ernst 2004 Corus (Group C) CaroKann Classical. He started the tournam... | Read More

      • Haggard-CC
      • | Jun 19, 2015
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    • Chess Structures in Practice - CaroKann Formation

      I write this blog to share some of the ideas from my book Chess Structures, published earlier this year. Each blog posts expands upon some of the concepts shown in my book, by analying a recent game amont strong players. Just like many of you, I... | Read More

    • The Amateur Analyzes his game Post2

      The Amateur Analyzes his game part2 Hello chess.com community im here again for my game blog. As usual, no computer analysis is used in the annotiations.Just plain old me analyzing the games and sharing some insights as to what drives me to play s... | Read More

      • konhidras
      • | May 7, 2014
      • | 954 views
      • | 2 comments