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Catalan game is an opening that combines Queen‘s gambit and Reti in one. Catalan was employed by many strong players including ex-world champions Vladimir Kramnik as well as Vishy Anand. It is also popular on the club level and maybe a good opening choice for many. Here are some of the best games on This […]
Our first game is the recent victory of Carlsen over the former World Champion Vladimir Kramnik. A quiet Ruy Lopez (Berlin variation) in which Carlsen shows how he can set problems for his opponents even in quiet positions that are close to equal. Kramnik did not react in the best way to Carlsen’s a4-a5 idea […]
Kramnik needs no introduction. He is one of the most elite chess players during the past decade and keeps going strong. Kramnik’s most significant accomplishment is taking away the world championship title from Garry Kasparov, in 2000. Kramnik kept the title till 2007, when he was defeated by Anand.
Here is another cool article written by the WGM Natalia Pogonina, where she continues the nemeses and customers theory and talks about three basic chess characters as Positional, Tactical and.. Calculator. Natalia also analyzes her game against 2448 FIDE rated WFM (!?). One of the reasons behind the “nemeses and customers” theory is that each […]