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Hi Yury, First of all let me congratulate you on creating this wonderful website, filled with lots of much required information with respect to basics, openings etc. I love it. I think I will be visiting ...
... 1.Nf3 can transpose to many different lines including e4 ones such as Sicilian Defence. King's Pawn openings however are more committing and very drawish on highest level. Remember, Kramnik's play as Black ...
... in chess. It seems like venerable opening and defenses of old times are giving way to new ones. In particular, it seems that Queen Pawn Openings are now much more used,including several variations, for ...
Hi Nigel Hanrahan, glad it was helpful!
Good, sensible advice! Tactics, openings and review of your own games with a view to finding the weakest link. ...
Every chess player should know this. This is a nice rook ending indeed.
... you messed up around move 8 or 9 with a move that looks natural but turns out to be losing. And I simply do not have time to memorise openings. Studying loads of grandmaster games is doing just that? ...
... from openings to endgame and tactics, etc. and 2. Online Chess Lessons Videos (even bigger variety of topics) (http://www.onlinechesslessons.net/shop/product-category/chess-dvds/empire-chess/?affiliates=ymark) ...
thanks a lot fr d info!infact searchng info on openings! :) tnx again ...
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. ...
"...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 ...
... 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 ...
... 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 ...
Memorization is at least as important as most of the reasons listed here. If you can't memorize endgames, openings, latest theory, the rest is for naught. ...
...Probability of “ YOUR” Winning ADVANTAGE in the "30 Seconds" Chess GameS is to HAVE a: (1). FIXED knowledge of END GAME basics (2). VAST "Know-How" MASTERY of chess TACTICS (3). MEMORIZED Chess Openings ...
Hello John, for openings you need to focus on just those that you're actually playing in your games. There is no need to study all openings in the book. However the ones that you do play, you should know ...
Dear John Moyer, “Chess Openings Theory and Practice” (1964) is a nice book. I used it myself. However, it’s more than half a century old.Much of the analysis is dated. In any case one cannot learn up ...
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