|Game analysis - Throwing away an entire rook for a nasty mate!#2|
Well done! That's a clever tactic!
|Game analysis - Why take back with a/h pawn ?#9|
Correct - in this case you can also see how it weakens the e pawn for the duration of the game.
|Game analysis - Why take back with a/h pawn ?#5|
Qf2 wolfseed, at least that is what I see. I second jonesmh's answer, but it will be interesting to see some positions where you saw that.
|General Chess Discussion - * Silly Question About Sharing Studies and Etiquette * #2|
Hey Daniel, If you use the same study with them then they will see each other's comments. You could just clone your studies, and then share them with the coaches individually. I don't think anyone…
|General Chess Discussion - Can't get out of that zone#17|
A lot of good advice here I would echo the following things: 1. Logical Chess is a great book (as recommended by someone else here) and will be good for you based on the kind of mistakes you are ma…
|General Chess Discussion - Gratitude to Thibault and Lichess Team!#6|
Thank you for all the hard work - this site rocks!
|General Chess Discussion - Mythological punishments as chess variants! (Browser game)#8|
Thanks for your response.
|General Chess Discussion - Mythological punishments as chess variants! (Browser game)#3|
This is really incredibly clever! May I ask what language you have built this in? Again, great work!
|Game analysis - How to avoid tactical blunders#9|
These were difficult tactics to spot so don't be too harsh on yourself. As for improvement - one of the most effective ideas I've found is to create a study for myself where I keep all the tactics tha…
|Game analysis - Cool Checkmate#2|
That's a pretty checkmate!