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Nf3-Nf6
Nf3-Nf6
Location: Spain
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nf6651
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  • Who Was The Greatest Chess Theorist?

    Axorcist wrote: “My question is this: Who do you consider to be the greatest chess theorist of all time? I have never read a good review on who really had the most influence on the development of knowledge in our beautiful game. Was i... | 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

  • Overextending Your Pawns

    The Chess.com member JN wrote: I took up chess about a year ago when a friend introduced me to the game. Since then, he and I have taken to playing quite often; we typically play about four or five days a week, two or three games in a sitting. ... | Read More

  • A Squid Plays Chess

    Chess.com member Squid22 wrote: “I played 5.Nb5 to be obnoxious. It wouldn’t be hard to make this knight move harmless (5...d6, and then I’ve just wasted a move). However, my opponent played 5...a6. That moves looks natura... | Read More

  • The Opening Boomerang

    Every chess player knows about two inevitable opening catastrophes: scholar's mate and the Fried Liver Attack. I still remember my shock when in one of my first tournaments I played what looked like reasonable moves and yet the resulting position ... | Read More


    • Let’s Bughouse! Playing Against the Sicilian, Part 1

      Bughouse has a well-deserved reputation for being an extremely tactical game. The values of all the pieces are lower than in normal chess, and sacrifices are extremely common. Unfortunately, all the wild-and-crazy, combinatorial excitement often o... | Read More

      • chriswsh
      • | Sep 24, 2016
      • | 120 views
      • | 4 comments
    • Budapest Gambit( Also start of the Journey of Unusual Openings; Part 1)

      Hey everyone! Here is a game where I face the Budapest Gambit( 1.d4 Nf6 2. c4 e5?!)! ENJOY! | Read More

    • Openings for Development

      White   1.e4    Black has a few responses to this that are worth knowing a bit about.   1.e4 e5  2.f4!? The King's Gambit   I suggest the King's Gambit for white. It is the most aggressive opening and it is one of the most exciting... | Read More

    • 2016 September Seattle Chess Club Quads

      I came to Seattle Chess Club on Saturday morning, late as usual. The TD, Fred Kleist, had to move around some people so that he could fit me in the second quad. The people in my quad were Peter O-Gorman, Vignesh Anand (luckily his first name isn't... | Read More

      • anshulcgm2
      • | Sep 20, 2016
      • | 248 views
      • | 26 comments
    • Column Plan Chess to IM Juan Röhl

      United States and China shine in Baku The powerful US team triumphed in the Olympic Games held in the city of Baku, Azerbaijan. The American team consisted of GMs Fabiano Caruana, Hikaru Nakamura, Wesley So, Samuel Shankland and Ray Robson, and a... | Read More

      • juanrohl
      • | Sep 20, 2016
      • | 121 views
      • | 0 comments

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