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Saturday, August 14, 2010
Players who timeout more than 10% of their games should be removed from the site.... Read more >>>
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
chess is life. life is a game of chess. chess is indeed a game.a game of chess could take a life time. but a lifetime without chess is like a game without life.dre r 2 types of chess players: dose hu play chess n dose hu live chess. hw cn one play chess n live chess at dsame time ... Read more >>>
Thursday, May 20, 2010
Sunday, April 25, 2010
Which is better? Realtime chess or correspondence chess? I am looking for all kinds of opinions! ... Read more >>>
Friday, April 16, 2010
It is a question can chess change your life ?Simple answer no.But if you think in this competitive world , their is lot of problem and tension and their is lot of solution of each problem but any solution of the tension i think no... Because mantle tension need peace ....Peace of mined .... and some how given some time to the chess it gives lot of peace. Please write some thing about ...Can chess change your Life ? ... Read more >>>
Friday, January 08, 2010
I have not been playing chess very long, but have developed an interest in speed chess as it is a more thrilling experience for me. Here is a game i just finished with a higher rated player. Im playing black...
Logically i would have made very different moves but under the pressure of the clock my scope of depth was naturally limited.
What do you think of the game???
Would you sacrifce pieces for positional and psychological advantage as this will surprise the oponent?... Read more >>>
Tuesday, December 01, 2009
The Hippo is 1. e4 Nh6
I am posting what I think is the natural (not neccesarily best) proggression if you play this opening against someone whe has never heard of it. Please comment on what you think would be more natural or how you think the game would progress from here.... Read more >>>
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 >>>
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