queen

Didn't find what you are looking for? Click here to search with Google

  • queen2060
    Online Mar 27, 2009

    queen queen | XY road, Finland

    Joined: Mar 27, 2009

  • queenmazira
    Online Dec 12, 2011

    Queen Queen | Jakarta, Indonesia, Indonesia

    Joined: Nov 20, 2011

  • miszAshley
    Online Jan 1, 2012

    Queen Queen | Philippines

    Joined: Dec 31, 2011

  • julyRUNNE
    Online Mar 27, 2012

    QUEEN QUEEN | july, Brazil

    Joined: Mar 3, 2012

  • QUEEN902
    Online 4 hrs ago

    QUEEN QUEEN | AUCKLAND, New Zealand

    Joined: May 13, 2012

All Articles

Articles


  • Chess And Presidential Elections

    • GM Gserper
    • Jan 21, 2017, 11:41 PM

    During the 2016 presidential election, many Americans got caught between a rock and a hard place. Indeed, since both candidates had flaws, it was very difficult to make a choice. I wish we had an...

  • How To Understand Chess Openings

    • IM Silman
    • Jan 18, 2017, 10:05 PM

    The Chess.com member alaskan asked:  “I would like to focus more on understanding rather than on lines, but almost all the opening books I can find focus on lines rather than on general ideas, so where...

  • The Curse Of Undefended Pieces

    • IM Silman
    • Jan 11, 2017, 6:20 PM

    Over the years, I’ve looked at tons of games played by low-rated Chess.com members (games by low-rated players are often extremely instructive). In many instances I see undefended pieces on both sides. And,...

  • Carlsen Plays Chess On His Birthday

    Most people like to celebrate their birthdays and most of my readers like to play chess. Have you ever wondered what happens when you combine these two great things and play chess on your birthday? Well, recently...

  • Learning Chess Patterns Is Easy

    • IM Silman
    • Dec 29, 2016, 8:11 AM

    I recently noticed an article that tried to clarify what a pattern is. I found it quite agonizing since the writer didn’t understand patterns but was trying hard to isolate exactly what it was (a noble...

All Blogs

Blogs


  • A BUST TO THE KING'S GAMBIT, R. J. Fischer

    A BUST TO THE KING'S GAMBIT by U.S. Champion Bobby Fischer International Grandmaster   The King's Gambit has lost popularity, but not sympathy. Analysts treat it with kid gloves and seem reluctant to demonstrate...

  • Advanced Opening Analyses in Bughouse: The e6 - Nc6 System

    • Sorsi
    • Jan 22, 2017, 3:59 PM

    This is maybe the most complicated system with so many variants. So lets getting started with the diagrams. This is the most common position you can get in this setup. Here white has 2 main choices: 1)bd2 2)...

  • Space Chess Is Here, But No One Is Playing

    • Aarao
    • Jan 22, 2017, 8:45 AM

    The three-dimensional version of the game was around long before Star Trek.   If Lieutenant Commander Spock is known for one thing, it’s his signature Vulcan handsign for “Live Long and Prosper.” But if he’s known...

  • Simple, Clean Chess in Philly

    Crossposted at Chess^Summit, the official sponsor of the Pittsburgh Pawngrabbers.   It's not foolproof, but seeing what one can achieve in chess just by playing natural moves is always fascinating. Sometimes, the...

  • Game Analysis: White vs Hashim Alhadi

    I've been having some really complex games lately where the 30|0 time control does not offer even close to enough time for me to analyze the position. So I've decided to make a blog where I post the non-engine analysis...

All News

News


  • Rapport Beats Carlsen; Aronian Bounces Back

    Richard Rapport was the sensation of the day as he defeated Magnus Carlsen beautifully in round eight. Wesley So still leads the Tata Steel Chess Tournament's masters group going into the second rest day. Photo:...

  • Carlsen Misses Mate In 3 vs Giri

    Today Magnus Carlsen missed a checkmate versus Anish Giri, and with it, a great opportunity to move to "plus three." Wesley So drew his game as well and continues to lead the masters section. It's quite...

  • MVL, Nakamura Falter In Thrilling PRO Chess Rivalry Week

    Rivalry week in the Professional Rapid Online (PRO) Chess League was packed with thrilling and competitive crosstown and cross-country matches whose results often hung on a single game, or even a single blunder...

  • Rapport Spoils Brilliancy, Loses To So

    Richard Rapport was on his way to scoring a great win versus Wesley So, but then he blundered away the game. In round three of the Tata Steel Chess Tournament, Sergey Karjakin and Wei Yi...

  • MVL Perfect, Leads Migraines To PRO Week 1 Win

    In an action-packed season opener, the powerhouse board ones proved their worth. Four out of four scores from GMs Maxime Vachier-Lagrave and Li Chao and 3.5 and 3 points from GMs Wesley So and Shakhriyar Mamedyarov (who...

=

Online Now