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The Queen's Gambit is one of the oldest and most reputable 1.d4 openings for White. Unlike 1.e4 openings, the Queen's Gambit usually evolves into a strate...
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10.When you see a good move, look for a better one. – Emanuel Lasker 9.A good player is always lucky. – Capablanca 8. Vasily Smyslov 7.Avoid the crowd. Do your own thinking independently. Be the chess player, not the chess piece. – Ralph Charell 6.Susan Polgar 5.Help your pieces so they can help you. – Paul Morphy …
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5 Best Chess Openings for Black. Infographics Designed for the iChess.com
A game from the recent Thoresen Chess Engines Competition shows that computers can play interesting games too
The great thing about playing chess against a human as opposed to a computer is the psychological factor. When analyzing why you lost a game, (also called "doing a post mortem") a lot of what you learn is as much about self knowledge as...
Learn some of the most common variations in the Ruy Lopez opening that you can try for your next game of chess.
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