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12 posts found

Game analysis - gameska #1

I thought I was preparing a super tactico with a3 for my oponent.....he fell for it...YES!!!...a quick and confident Na4 and he resigned...lets take a look at my 0-0-0 game in the analysis mode.....WH

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - Ive got a secret that is no longer a secret, I am a genius and I am here to prove it. #127

I read it when you posted it continuosly and what has left in me is that you had done the comparisons only.
We can say that a rook at a certain position on the board is 5'o'clock for instance and th

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - Ive got a secret that is no longer a secret, I am a genius and I am here to prove it. #23

cool idea, I find some of your work shared in here interesting

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - Chess performance and I.Q. #11

chess and iq = fish and apple - they both are to eat but completely different things ( animal and fruit vs test and game) at the same time and meant to enhance your perception

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - Why Are You Here? #5

@Lil_Puppet
Dont do it. You will hurt yourself by force this way.

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - super_game #1

When I see grandmasters playing, I often see them sacrifice material in the opening with white pieces for the initiative. It always amazes me how they do not recapture the pawns but play an active mov

by GrandMaster57
Game analysis - amazing strategic bullet game #1

First you win 2 bishops by playing Nh6 and Na6, then you give them back for a pawn, and then you win the game by zugzwang.
https://lichess.org/uwrE1dvn/black#0

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - endgame tips #6

amazing tips guys, keep posting them and in the end we can have a good guide of how to play the endgames.
12. King vs King, Rook Pawn and Bishop of opposite colour than pawn's promoting square is a

by GrandMaster57
General Chess Discussion - endgame tips #1

Hi guys, I want to know some tips "rules" for playing different kind of endgames.
Like opposite colours bishop mostly leads to a draw, or knight endgame is a pawn endgame.
Recently I have heard G

by GrandMaster57
Game analysis - tactical_game #1

This game I lost on time but it was actually one of my finest games I have ever played. There are many interesting tactics flowing because white had allowed it.
I was playing black.
https://lic

by GrandMaster57