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  • Minority Attack: Turn Your Pawns Into Weapons's Thumbnail

    Minority Attack: Turn Your Pawns Into Weapons

    IM Silman Aug 11, 2016, 2:56 AM

    ih8sens (real name: Matt Nicholson) is a national master rated 2329. He asked the following: “I have a position that I’m curious about. The majority of players I’ve asked believe that Black...

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    The Budapest Gambit Revisited

    IM Silman Jan 4, 2010, 12:52 AM

    The Budapest Gambit Revisited 33speedo asked: Hi I was wondering what your opinion is about the Budapest gambit for white and black? Dear 33speedo, In an earlier article on chess.com I mentioned that I personally...

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    Fischer - Tal (1959)

    NM ih8sens Aug 23, 2008, 12:43 PM

    As promised, a very nice game between one of the, if not the, best chess players of all time, 'Bobby' Fischer and Mikhail Tal, still renowned for his dangerous tactics.  This game shows something about Tal...

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    FAQ With ih8sens

    NM ih8sens Mar 24, 2016, 7:32 AM

    Pretty much every day I get a message or two on here asking one of a small handful of questions.  I tend to ignore these messages because they're silly, but I decided to look a bunch over today and write a blog. Here...

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    My Path to FM - Week 7

    NM ih8sens Mar 11, 2016, 12:17 PM

    Already on week 7! Crazy eh? For those who want to review "The Plan" feel free to click here.  And for those who have been reading a little more closely, you'll know that I've taken a small break from tactical problems...

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    Good knight, bad bishop

    NM linlaoda Mar 3, 2016, 7:23 AM

    Most of the time, the bishop is superior to the knight by 0.25 points (or so!)However, this is a very superficial statement that does not apply to all positions. Sometimes the knight has the last laugh:   *Answer*White...

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