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Thursday, November 26, 2009
I think it's a good question because of it's amount of multiple answers. What I think is that good amateurs prefer to play in a positionnal approach, because it's more easy to get into it, and the more better you are, the more chances you'll play tactical chess, at least I know more GM which plays like Kasparov than GM which plays like Karpov. Maybe I am wrong, but that's my point : I want to see if it's a general rule that can give you indications on your opponent.... Read more >>>
Thursday, November 05, 2009
An old game where I was unfamiliar with the opening Black played. I just had to play along. In one particular situation, I played a rook sacrifice to sustain my momentum, and in the end, it worked. :)
Would love to get some feedback..... Read more >>>
Saturday, October 17, 2009
Recently, I am feeling a slight improvement in my attacking play. It seems that with increasing regularity, I am creating situations that lead to a good material winning combination or encourage blunders from my opponent. Of course, I am still far from as good as I want to be but it is a great feeling when you can sense that you have smashed down a wall that had been hindering your play.
The game I have posted here is one that illustrates my recent boost in confidence with attacking play. I decided to post it so that people could enjoy it, and I maybe offer advice about my overall game.
Thanks... Read more >>>
Wednesday, September 30, 2009
I thoroughly enjoy the skill variety of opponents and the great level of play shown by so many of the users of this site. I am particularly impressed with the level of play of the youngsters. I had two interesting games with eight year olds who showed significant capacity at two minute speed games. As a player with a rating of 1961, I enjoy playing people at all skill levels and the enthusiam shown for the game. As a player of the game for 50 years now, I have never lost the urge to play chess and this site allows me to continue my interest with people from all over the world. I wish others enjoy the game as much as I do.... Read more >>>
Thursday, September 24, 2009
I am in the middle of a game with someone and I am not a very good chess player. I was wondering if anyone knew of an online tool that would allow me to set up my current game (5 moves each) and then get advice from a computer on what to do next. Most of he simulations start from the beginning and do not allow you to set up a game in progress.
Any suggestions?... Read more >>>
Monday, September 21, 2009
When the good Admininistration shut out the chat for everyone, where everybody seems participating in socializing, the camaradarie and appetite of players seems lost when it was closed, i remember the days when sometimes there are arguments but with humor, it seems everyone is happy of the outcome even though many times racial is the topic, there are points that they wished to impart. Now, all players seems so silent and we dont know if they are still around!? We cant seems to ignore the fact that we are all brothers in this world yet though far apart we had contact with each other through ideas of chess. This is only our opinion when we want that we can bring back the joys of brotherhood.... Read more >>>
Thursday, September 17, 2009
Sicut erat in principio…
I first learnt how to play chess about 35 years ago. If I remember rightly, there was a programme on the telly about the game which was in black and white, and illustrated various games using stop animation. If, again, my memory isn't too faulty, the commentator always described castling as a tricky move. My Dad bought me a chess set one day and taught me how to play the game along with the first few moves of the dear old Giuoco Piano.
I was a bit miffed when one of my friends played an opening which didn't respond to the Giuoco Piano and annoyed with him for saying that he (or someone) always won with the opening in question. Her did win, but this particular opening is probably difficult to tackle for a lot of players if your opponent is being excessively defensive.
Curiously enough, when I started playing online chess last week, one of my opponents played the same kind of opening. Whether it has a name, I don't know, but it appears to be ... Read more >>>
Sunday, August 30, 2009
I am a casual player and can not beat the chess training software on the advanced level about 1 in 3 games. Any idea what ballpark playing level that put me in?
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Monday, August 17, 2009
Hi, I am team captain of the team Peace request all off you to joined my team Peace .I request joined to play more and more game and accept good challenge.Request to joined only intrested and regular player and members of the chesshere.com thanks and regards.... Read more >>>
Tuesday, August 04, 2009
The smartest of the two minds playing a chess game don't matter, the best of the two strategies does. Don't feel stupid cuz you lost a game terribly.... Read more >>>
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