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@Rob Watson, I think you mess up between Benko Opening and Benko Gambit ...
The idea that the Robatsch/Rat/Modern defence are between the best openings for black is simply ridicolous! :lol: ...
Agree . e4 or d4 or any other opening move there are lot of variations and lot of lines and lot of ideas behind these openings. If you are a chess player you never say that d4 player is a defensive player ...
It quite pleasing to take note of several. Openings. ...
Dear Jim Rickman, It’s hard to arrive at consensus on the issue of names. Both Ruy Lopez and Spanish continue to be used for the well-known e4 e5 opening. In some cases place names have given way to names ...
"Once you learn and understand an opening system, you will be able to play it much better." What an amazing bit of observation this is... ...
"...openings with player names are slowly being changed to location names." I fail to see an official concerted effort to make such changes. ...
This is extraordinarily superficial commentary on the opening. And it's totally inaccurate to say that Queen Pawn openings are favored by passive, defensive players. What a silly misleading comment, and ...
Opening becomes more important for more advanced chess players 1800-2000 ELO +. For players below that level tactics and endgames win chess games. ...
I agree, the opening is important, but no more so than the midgame, or the endgame, or tactics, or checkmates. The winner of the game is usually the most well-rounded player. ...
Myth 4 More opening means, you know what to do without wasting time on analyzing each move. You can even win material and put pressure right from beginning Myth 5 Win increases motivation to reach at top ...
Dear James B. The Grob is still played at OTB and CC level. There are thousands of games in databases. Recently it was tried against Jakovenko who went on to win, though. Check out the update on the opening ...
... deeply annotated games, studies and problems. There is a special section on Benko’s openings by John Watson. http://www.amazon.in/Pal-Benko-Life-Games-Compositions/dp/1890085081 You may check out a review ...
Theoretical concept is essential to consolidate strategies and tactics on the board, especially in the opening game, that dialectical process continues with the middle phase and then the final, to checkmate, ...
good opening ...
Houdini it`s not free man...& others...
I find the opening book of some lower-rated programs is superior to Houdini and that tactical ability or positional play can be as good or better too. But, where Houdini, and perhaps other 3000+ programs, ...
Dear friend, A lot of thought has gone into the wording of the title and the choice of books. Do read the opening lines and reflect on them. “Chess is fun. You don’t need loads of theory to understand ...
... of King Pawn openings, especially, games with 1.e4 e5. In closed games with 1.d4 his oeuvre does not have enough to offer. Also, this book goes too far in simplifying principles of play and offers less ...
A very good beginner's book that teaches the basic rules of thumb in the opening, middlegame and endgame, with direct, aggressive games by a legend as examples, is "A First Book of Morphy" by Frisco del ...
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