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  • I Have No Idea How I Won's Thumbnail

    I Have No Idea How I Won

    IM Silman Jul 20, 2017, 2:11 AM

    The Chess.com member ostria wrote: I wonder if you would take a look at one of my games. I won, but the thing is I have no idea how! I made simple moves through the game and I am sure we both made many mistakes,...

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    Dancing

    batgirl Jul 12, 2017, 11:18 AM

    Johannes Jacobus van Oosterom       Joop van Oosterom, the Dutch business and chess maecenas, died in October of 2016.      The Association Max Euwe of Monaco,...

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    Bronstein's Recipe For Attacks

    GM Gserper Jul 8, 2017, 11:24 PM

    Most of the classical attacking games have a similar scenario: the winner brings his pieces close to the opponent's king and then sacrifices something to deliver a winning combination. But what can you do if your...

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  • Tips to become a Grandmaster!!!'s Thumbnail

    Tips to become a Grandmaster!!!

    VigneshRar Jul 23, 2017, 10:09 PM

    1) Channel your inner Joseph before the round 2) Offer a draw on move 1 against higher rated opponents to piss them off. 3) Give your opponents gifts to get in their head. 4) Remove your opponent's glasses so that...

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    Bronstein-Simagin, 1946- A Fantastic Game!

    kamalakanta Jul 22, 2017, 7:43 PM

    In 1946, Bronstein was 22 years old. He was nearing the height of his powers, five years away from contesting a match for the World Championship against Mikhail Botvinnik!   David Bronstein   (1924-2006)   His opponent,...

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    Aman wins the Canadian Open

    ChessBrah Jul 22, 2017, 10:54 AM

    In Canada, it is always a lottery as to whether we will even host the Canadian Open – a tournament which used to be a marquee event on the national chess calendar. This year the tournament was hosted in Sault Ste....

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