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... the French, if not in the more known ways, we have shown how Topalov has his own way of making it more dynamic and tactical. Of course there is still theory to research, but these games can serve as guidelines ...
42. The Czech Benoni: Explained
(Articles/Openings)
... for all three results. In this Czech Benoni the second player is not looking for a “sound position” close to equality, but aiming to fight for the initiative and avoid the well-known paths of modern theory ...
Nowadays, when the flow of information is open for everyone and theory is so deeply developed in the most popular openings, the move 1...g6 as response to 1.e4 has become trendier. The main reason is “to ...
... the initiative from very early in the game. His most known contribution to openings theory is the world famous “Keres Attack” against the Scheveningen. Looking through his games, we can see he liked to ...
45. Karpov on Bishop Endgames
(Articles/Endgame)
... theory. For example, when you have the bishop pair, the main points to remember are these: Your pawns should be in the same color as your opponent's bishop in order to reduce the mobility ...
46. 3 Best Games of The Week - 29
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
For this week’s edition we have chosen three attacking games that have a nice tactical finish. The first one was played by the American Grandmaster Gata Kamsy in Cappelle la Grande. He used his favorite ...
... that if we talk about Zvjaginsev, we must talk about his own contribution to the opening theory. The creator of the 2.Na3 against the Sicilian which he employed for the first time against Khalifman (and ...
Opening theory advances at super speed nowadays. One idea is played today, and tomorrow players from all around the world already have the eye on it and the engines running in order to find antidote and ...
... that the “theory” always considered to be plain equal have been proven to be very effective in practice. An example is the Hungarian variation about which we wrote some time ago. You can review it here. ...
50. ChessBase Magazine #170 Review
(Articles/Reviews )
... For reasons of space I have given it in brief, but commented on the opening phase in detail for the sake of readers less familiar with theory. I have also added a couple of comments from Kavalek and Carlsen ...
51. Chesspublishing
(Web Links / Chess Books)
An online publisher of chess opening theory. ...
52. Opening Theory
(Category)
53. Italian Game
(Comments)
This short, clearly structured and systematic presentation of the Italian game is excellent for me as an opening theory newbie and more helpful than how it is written in my chess book. ...
... them all. Then and only then, once you start understanding why textbook moves are made, should you crack open a specific book containing theory on your opening. ...
Yes, I think current opening theory (I'm not a tremendous opening expert) believes that d4 lines are more flexible and less committing especially starting with moves like 1.Nf3. For example games with ...
"Definitely memorizing theory wouldn't hurt you chess." Definitely, memorizing theory wouldn't hurt your chess." Good article, thanks! ...
... peer-reviewed, published RSPM intelligence test. I made that score in less than 10 minutes for 60 questions. Citing a few cases, does not make a correlation, nor does it make it legitimate theory. Einstein ...
Amazing!It's nice to know,these endings... and its very helpful for someone new to ending theory,that by learning to deal with the most common endings that you will be able to apply it in games that get ...
Amazing!It's nice to know,these endings... and its very helpful for someone new to ending theory,that by learning to deal with the most common endings that you will be able to apply it in games that get ...
60. On The Eve
(Comments)
... that are seen only after a careful examination. Here is one of them. http://www.thechessworld.com/learn-chess/48-reviews-/310-what-is-new-in-theory-nov2013 All the other games were bitter battles. When ...
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