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miscritssk
miscritssk
Location: Israel
Joined: 7/28/16
Last Online: 7/28/16
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gamesick
gamesick
Location: Canada
Joined: 7/22/16
Last Online: 7/27/16
Points: 0 points
Dandvadan
Dandvadan
Location: Sofia, Bulgaria
Joined: 7/21/16
Last Online: 7/21/16
Points: 0 points
gamesagis
gamesagis
Location: Greece
Joined: 7/19/16
Last Online: 7/19/16
Points: 0 points
VaxaGames
VaxaGames
Location: Serbia
Joined: 7/18/16
Last Online: 7/28/16
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  • If The Board Says ATTACK, Then ATTACK!

    The Chess.com member kergnou said: “Can you take a look at my games and give me some advice?” Jeremy Silman: Okay, I’m going to review one game that shows many of your weaknesses. However, this game is actually one of the ... | Read More

  • Cannibal Chess Players In The Avocado Jungle Of Death

    The Chess.com member rosyflamitto said: “I usually blunder a lot, mainly in middlegames. Will you please look at few my games and give me some advice?” Jeremy Silman: Before continuing, a word to those reading this article: I am ge... | Read More

  • Longer Time Controls Are More Instructive

    The Chess.com member JerryPapada wrote: “My name is Jerry, I’m 15 years old, from Greece, and I’m trying to find a way to bump up my rating. I need to find what is missing from my games.” Jeremy Silman: Playing 3-0 games ... | Read More

  • Touch-Move Rule Adventures

    I am probably a lucky guy, because I never had any "touch-move rule" episodes in my whole chess career.  Don't get me wrong, it happened numerous times in my games that either I or my opponent touched a wrong piece at a wrong time, but i... | Read More

  • A Straight Flush In Chess

    Last week's article caused a significant response and dispute. It looks like our readers were split into two camps based on their viewpoints of the importance of classical games. Our member kingcobra07 summarized the standpoi... | Read More


    • Crazy idea

      Crazy ideas, or in other words sacrifices, seem like a bad idea. Yet they can produce good results. Sacrifices work best if used alongside pins, skewers, double attacks, discovered attacks, and even forks. They need to be planned and executed well... | Read More

    • Taking on the Big Guns in the World Open

      The summer of 2015 was a fantastic first World Open performance for me in the U1800 section, where I scored six of nine points and walked away with an all time high rating of 1753. Since that peak last summer, I've found myself in a retooling... | Read More

      • Chessmo
      • | Jul 24, 2016
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    • New week, new game – A lucky draw

      As a part of my plan to get better at chess I am writing these blog posts at least once a week, analyzing one of my games. Since it is a saturday, and the weather in Sweden is at its best, I have opened myself a bottle of the local brew "Gbg beer ... | Read More

      • andgranath
      • | Jul 23, 2016
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    • my games and videos studios

      https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/2538595/ https://scratch.mit.edu/studios/2418541/ these are my game packs.these are updated everyday but not in weekends. | Read More

      • hkp08
      • | Jul 22, 2016
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    • Dangerous Decoy Quiz

      Hi Chess Friends, I've taught a couple of lessons on decoy tactics recently and realized that they're often overlooked in chess literature, compared to more popular tactics, like forks and pins. It's not unusual for my opponents and I to miss the... | Read More

      • CoachJKane
      • | Jul 17, 2016
      • | 1129 views
      • | 8 comments


  • Soltis, Andrew

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    Andrew (andy) Solits is an American grandmaster.  In 1979, Soltis began writing a monthly column called “Chess to Enjoy” for Chess Life magazine.  It is the longest running column in that magazine.  In 1980, Soltis was awarded the G... Read More »

  • Danish Gambit

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    The Danish Gambit is an ultra-agressive opening for white. It is not commonly seen in tournament play since lines have been found to blunt it. It is still occasionally seen in amateur play though. In this gambit white sacks 3 pawns for one, hoping... Read More »

  • Why you should almost never advance the soldier on f7!

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    You know in chess, your entire army works as a team!! But sometimes  a piece rebels against the king. They are out to cause trouble! Either that or they made the wrong move at the wrong time! In this case the f7 pawn made the same mistake! Or the... Read More »

  • Sacrifices

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    A great example by Nakumura Proving why he is in the top ten. Now Lets take an example from Viswanathan Anand. Two neat examples of fine players in the top ten. Always look out for interesting continuations/ possibilities. Do you have any games ... Read More »

  • Chess games

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    I know this won't help you learn more but it might be nice to look at game. I made these games all up okay? And I am not perfect so feel free to point out a mistake   That was pretty exiting?!? Just don't move your Queen to early. Read More »