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  • 実戦解説:ただより高いものはない2

    皆さんこんにちは!今回も、某チェスサイトで見つけた試合から色々と学んでいきたいと思います。この試合は、持ち時間15分+1手1秒加算で行われました。 Anonymous (1984) VS Anonymous (2112)... | Read More

  • USCF Game 64: Nickel-Kindred

      Another King’s Island Open tournament begins. I would be in the U1700 division beginning with a rating of 1658. I began this tournament with more confidence than I did 2 years ago when I started my first U1700. This maybe was over confidence... | Read More

  • Tactic of the Week

    Only move when you see the whole line... seeing the first move does not count! | Read More

    • NM linlaoda
    • | Nov 17, 2014
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  • My favourite games

    This game I played in the championship of my University. I had to play with white pieces against KMS who had Elo rating of 2084. You might be interested how everything happened. Timecontrol:30 m. | Read More

    • ArturUA
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 110 views
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  • Gabrielle vs HEHS

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    • iforkyou
    • | Nov 17, 2014
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  • Montana Closed 2014, Round 1

      Based on my good performance in the Open Championship in the spring I was invited to compete in the state Closed Championship in October. There were ten of us, and all would be tough opponents for me. In fact, I was the lowest rated of the g... | Read More

    • MrMayor
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 107 views
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  • Carlsen-Anand 2014, Game 7

    122 moves of torture end in a draw. Anand will have less energy for tomorrow's white game, Carlsen happy with the pressure he put. And we discovered he can play theoretical lines as well. Detailed analysis and download of all all commented games... | Read More

  • Game 7 - 2014 World Chess Championship - Magnus Carlsen vs Viswanathan Anand

    This is game 7 from the 2014 World Chess Championship match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway, and challenger Viswanathan Anand of India. As it turns out, this game is the 2nd longest world championship game ever (122 moves). Thi... | Read More

  • Anand, what are you doing?

    This is the sixth game of the match for the world championship. Black to move. Anand made here 26... a5-a4 and after a difficult defence finally lost. Look at board. Why Anand not played 26...N:e5? | Read More

    • ArturUA
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 121 views
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  • ادمها

    ضمن سلام به همه دوستان وبا احترام به جامعه شطرنج نه به دلیل شطرنج باز بودن خود بلکه به دلیل اینکه کسی که شطرنج را بفهمه زیر نمی مونه منظور... | Read More

  • Game 2 - Open Deal vs Magnus 10 Years Old. What went wrong even more???

    I'm playing such bad chess..... How did I let such an advantage slip?!?! Well, I'll try again tomorrow... | Read More

    • OpenDeal
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 114 views
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  • History of Chess Part – 2 and next webinar

    “All rook and pawn endgames are drawn” is a chess quote that was often attributed to the great chess player (and doctor) Siegbert Tarrasch. However, this statement is far from being absolutely true and rook endgames NOT ALWAYS easy to play... | Read More

  • Tutorial - The Free TD Software Vega

    I recently created a YouTube tutorial for new or aspiring tournament directors using the free tournament direction software, Vega. The tutorial is included at the bottom of this post, and you may also watch it directly via my youtube channel linke... | Read More

  • Mat in 7

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    • StachR
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 82 views
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  • CHESS BASICS : THE LOOP-8 TACTIC LEADS TO CHECKMATE

    The loop-8 tactic is just one of the other variations in chess from a simple king's knight variations. Loop-8 in the sense that there are 8 variations of this tactic that was made, developed and enhanced by other chess mentors. This tactic takes ... | Read More

  • I wanna start a Belieber group!

    I was looking for a Justin bieber group but i couldnt find one. I searched for "Beliebers", "Boybeliebers", "Justin Bieber" or "Bieber". Does anyone knows if there is a group for beliebers? Because if there isnt then i might start one. But im new ... | Read More

  • puzzle 110 white wins

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  • The Opposition

    The difference between drawing, losing and winning | Read More

    • Ronliv
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 101 views
    • | 3 comments
  • Simul with Aussiedj

    Hi everybody! On Thursday at 5PM (Sydney/Australia time) I will be running a simul. I will only allow Under 1000 in online chess or live standard to play this simul, unless you're invited. Here are more details If 1-5 players join, the time cont... | Read More

    • aussiedj
    • | Nov 17, 2014
    • | 155 views
    • | 2 comments
  • fun game against claire on new sparkchess

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    • biffrod
    • | Nov 16, 2014
    • | 108 views
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  • rook ball in the corner pocket on facebook's chesspro

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    • biffrod
    • | Nov 16, 2014
    • | 123 views
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  • *Update

    Hi everyone, I have not been on, active, or free very much due to school. I have loads to do and chess is slipping through the cracks as more important things like Math, Latin, Science, etc. I still love chess and if you were talking with me you'... | Read More

  • 2014 World Mind Games Final Game 2 - Gnab outprepped Katz!

    IM Gnaburits forges ahead 1.5-0.5 in the 2nd match game (best of 4) with excellent opening preparation.After establishing a clear advantage following the hammer blows 21.f5! and 23.d6!!, Katz had no chance despite messing things up following his p... | Read More

  • Founding a chess club

    Does anybody have some good advice for starting/founding a new chess club? i just want to share my love for chess with my community and maybe get competitive. For now i just want to be a sociable event. | Read More

    • TRON84NH
    • | Nov 16, 2014
    • | 102 views
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  • Amazing Discounts in Chess.com University. Save up to $250!

    Chess Friends, We are offering amazing discounts (Christmas presents?) to Chess.com University patrons who took our first online chess camp (featuring super-GM Boris Gelfand) live and to those who studied our Chess 012, Chess 013, Chess 014, and... | Read More

    • GeniusKJ
    • | Nov 16, 2014
    • | 709 views
    • | 2 comments