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    Andreas P | Florida, United States

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    jimsta26 endgame | St.leonard,M.D., United States

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  • Don’t Mock The Mockingbird

    • IM Silman
    • Dec 8, 2016, 4:33 AM

    This week we’re going to look at the games of the Chess.com member Mockingbird2, who is majoring in chemical engineering but thinks he can become a chess master in another two years. At the moment he’s...

  • Key Moments In Time: Lasker’s Last Stand

    • IM Silman
    • Dec 1, 2016, 1:27 AM

    Most of us know that the legendary Emanuel Lasker was a philosopher and a world class mathematician — he earned his doctorate in math in 1902 and published a theorem which, even today, is critically important...

  • The World Championship Deja Vu

    [Note: GM Serper reflects on the first half of the 2016 world chess championship.] At the time of this writing, the first part of the world championship match is over, and the score is still even: 3-3....

  • Carlsen vs Karjakin: The Final Countdown

    The most awaited chess event of the year is right in front of us, and there is definitely no lack of forecasts. Both professional players and amateurs have their opinions about the coming world championship...

  • Blunders That Give Us Hidden Gold

    • IM Silman
    • Nov 3, 2016, 2:31 AM

    The Chess.com member QueensConquerer wants to know what I think about his game. JS: I’m going to be honest. This game is a total mess, with one blunder following another (from both sides). However, blunder-games...

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  • Follow the Chessdouche

    Low level chess that you can make fun of! Opening blunders and endgame disasters. Tricky knights galore. Regular uploads.  Check it out on Youtube

  • Beat the dutch stonewall

    I guess one of my favorite openings to meet as white is when black plays the dutch. I often gets into open war and there will be no gloves on then. I love it to the core of chess in my heart and soul. Even high...

  • 自戦記解説-part2

     こんにちは、skramchiです。本当は先に「Queen vs. Rook」に関するエンドゲームの記事を書くつもりだったのですが、エンド本(SILMAN'S COMPLETE ENDGAME COURSE や、PANDOLFINI'S ENDGAME COURSE、チェスクラシックス・シリーズから④終盤の基礎知識、⑦終盤の300題など。どれも良書です。)を読みながら書くつもりが、ほかに読みかけのチェス本があったことを思い出してしまい、完全に放置されて手つかずに……。そのうちしっかりと考察して記事にしたいと思います。    今回もまたモノポールさんとの対局の解説です。Time-Controlは45|45。結果はモノポールさんの勝ちでした。    それでは詳しく解説していきます。 1.d4...

  • Chess Puzzles #23

    This video covers 3 chess puzzles from Tactics Trainer. Illustrated are the solutions to each in addition to some variations I considered. Can you go 3/3 by finding the correct solutions to all of them? The first...

  • Of Fortresses and that infamous Game 12

    This post is inspired by a recent vlog that was posted by Jacob Aagaard and Nikos Ntirlis on the Quality Chess blog. If you haven't already seen it, and all their previous posts, you really should do so as it seems...

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