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  • Display Glitch in Chrome?

    Up until now, my chess.com has been working fine, until a recent game. My d7 pawn was right in front of the White king after he pushed e2-e4. Additionally, any moved with the queen were illegal. Although legal moves were enforced, there was nothin... | Leer más

  • Puzzling on how to get that castled king

    It's always nice to pry open files and checkmate a castled king. If you solve the puzzle, you'll get the whole game plus my analysis, and see how black gets into dire straits by a combination of (1) pointlessly attacking my pieces when there is no... | Leer más

    • john4000
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 99 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios
  • checkmates

    that is the funniest checkmate | Leer más

    • Alec_CA
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 104 vistas
    • | 4 comentarios
  • Chess.com - Seven Years

    To celebrate my seventh year on chess.com, enjoy this classic Géza Maróczy game. Maróczy was, at his peak, among the world's top grandmasters. His defensive style spurred him to winning records against the leading attacking players of his day,... | Leer más

    • benws
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 508 vistas
    • | 3 comentarios
  • Sharks vs Nor'easters Week 7 USCL

    Needed to run the table to make the playoffs the sharks continued to play with momentum in week 7.   Marcel chose not to the play the opening "Manly" but finished the game off like a real brute!  Let me introduce one of our new secret weapon... | Leer más

    • MiamiSharks
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 2279 vistas
    • | 1 comentario
  • NYC/Brooklyn Chess

    I've lived in NY for over three years now. There used to be a great club on Thompson street to play chess but it's closed now. I've never played in a tournament, but would really like to. Does anyone know where I can play long/ rated games in the ... | Leer más

  • Irritating play

    Why aren't players punished, when they walk away from the game, when in "check" and still under the clock???.....causing the other player to have too wait for the clock to "time out" ??It's really irritating...??? | Leer más

    • tomkane32
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 104 vistas
    • | 2 comentarios
  • Game 8 - 2014 World Chess Championship - Viswanathan Anand vs Magnus Carlsen

     This is game 8 from the 2014 World Chess Championship match between defending champion Magnus Carlsen of Norway, and challenger Viswanathan Anand of India. This world chess championship match (rematch), held in Sochi, Russia, is historic. It's t... | Leer más

  • Carlsen-Anand 2014, Game 8

    Still anyone doubting Carlsen's preparation? An easy draw with black is more than a proof of the hard work he'd done before the match. Here's the analysis of today's game with some thoughts on analysing openings: http://www.alexcolovic.com/2014/... | Leer más

  • MOBY CHESS Carlsen -Anand "Pradedančiųjų Didmeistrių" klasė

    Sveiki ,mano mieli Kolegos , o ypač -Kolegės , jeI tokių čia yra.Šiandien mane labai sukrėtė žinia apie jauną gražią studentę ,kuri "tranzavo" iš Šilutės į Klaipėdą , o atsidūrė Minijos upėje. Gerai būtų ,kad mielos merginos... | Leer más

    • mobidi
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 99 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios
  • Nog een partij

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    • StachR
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 90 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios
  • NEW TEAM MATCH CHAMPIONSHIP!

    A NEW TEAM MATCH CHAMPIONSHIP IS GOING TO START ON JANUARY 20th.. THE NAME OF CHAMPIONSHIP IS "GTO TOURNAMENT".. Divisions would be form each Year bewteen January 1 and January 10, Selection would be base on previous year tournament results, f... | Leer más

  • Great Lose-what mistake made me to lose

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    • Rakshic
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 135 vistas
    • | 2 comentarios
  • How To Make Incorrect Moves And Win?

    Sometimes strong players break the rule and win the game afterwards Why does happen? -Does it mean that the chess rules it doesn't work in some positions? or maybe there are exception?  here is free video lesson for you all. i will explain abo... | Leer más

    • go13ers
    • | 18/11/2014
    • | 114 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios
  • Have A Merry Christmas Season !!

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  • USCF Game 67(W): Kindred-Begley

      Round four I win a quick victory in 21 moves, but despite its short length my opponent Daniel Begley made it a complicated and interesting game. He was rated 1624 with a high of 1638. The game became really complicated in the middle game with ... | Leer más

  • My games at the Cajun Chess Houston Open 2014

    Looking at these games now, my mistakes seem so obvious.  Apparently, looking at a computer screen in my down time is not the same as sitting across the table from a real life opponent and staring at a tournament chess board for three hours. In ... | Leer más

    • Fission_Z
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 170 vistas
    • | 2 comentarios
  • Arkansas Memorial Game Studies

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    • Aquilarion
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 105 vistas
    • | 1 comentario
  • Yes, you can become a chess master, here's how: part 8

    Last time, I left of with this position, and I offer the concluding moves as the game was quickly drawn. The draw helped my team win the match, but there were some potential winning chances here for me.   My video lesson 001 teaches you imp... | Leer más

    • NM aww-rats
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 624 vistas
    • | 1 comentario
  • The Bore-ling Wall: Carlsen-Anand Game 7

    Today's game was not very exciting to me. From start to end it seemed clear to end in a draw. I was left wondering what Carlsen's match strategy was-- hope for a blunder? tire Anand out for the next game? -- since I could not figure how white coul... | Leer más

    • IM dpruess
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 910 vistas
    • | 10 comentarios
  • USCF Game 66(W): Kindred-Cao

                  Round 3 was an amazing game. Maybe my favorite game out of all my USCF games so far, at least top 5. It was a real war that had both of us gunning for mate as the game ended, he was just a half step behind. As I checkmat... | Leer más

  • 2014 World Mind Games Final Game 3 - Gnab digs in to draw - now down to the wire...

    Today's game saw Gnaburits walk into some deep preparation by Katz and gang. Katz got the type of position that he plays best, a small, durable edge with chances for Black to go wrong. With a clever pawn sacrifice, Gnab unleashes his bishop pair t... | Leer más

    • CM juniortay
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 462 vistas
    • | 4 comentarios
  • Crazy glue!

    Sometimes we say that a piece is the "glue" in the position. Look at that big guy on g6! Taking care of business! | Leer más

    • kharv
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 116 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios
  • Beautiful Chess Compositions #3

    Part III: This was shown to me by a friend. What is white's decisive blow? (Max Euwe, 1927). MATE IN 2  Part IV coming soon! | Leer más

  • I dwell in longings of one

    I dwell in longings of one while another keeps me in his ambitions  I am only an image in the mirror, behind the mirror is someone else  I am easily attained by one yet am in another's words of prayer  I have become the destiny of one whi... | Leer más

    • mian_125
    • | 17/11/2014
    • | 108 vistas
    • | 0 comentarios