|Lichess Feedback - somebody can't wait#2|
Maybe his house was on fire, or his wife got angry.
|General Chess Discussion - 1. e4 ( book move ) depth 64 analysis#8|
3 Nd2 was the favourite move in the time of Karpov, especially in his games against Korchnoy. Nowadays 3 Nc3 is more in vogue. Also 3 e5 already recommended by Nimzovich has made a revival.
|General Chess Discussion - 1. e4 ( book move ) depth 64 analysis#6|
If every move from the starting position leads to an equal position, then there is no best move. Former correspondence chess world champion Hans Berliner was of opinion that 1 d4 would be winning for…
|General Chess Discussion - chess development#3|
Fully agree with #2. Stay away from bullet and blitz. Play classical and rapid only. Use all your time. In the next 15+15 game you ended with more useless time on your clock than you started with. S…
|General Chess Discussion - 1. e4 ( book move ) depth 64 analysis#3|
Any position, including the starting position can only be a win, a draw, or a loss. Generally >+1 corresponds more or less to a win for white and <-1 to a win for black. Hence +0.2 probably is still a…
|Game analysis - Looking for a little feedback#7|
Let us look at another example https://lichess.org/Hb6uwIne/black#27 Why do you play 14...Be6? Your central pawn e5 is under attack. Why not defend it with 14...f6? After he gives his check 15 Nc7+…
|Game analysis - Looking for a little feedback#5|
Sorry my bad. So... why did not you take the free pawn 12 or 13 Qxd6? An extra pawn especially a central pawn with no apparent compensation is enough to win a game by itself. The plan is to exchange …
|Game analysis - Otb game played yesterday with an abrupt finish#4|
A splendid tactical shot.
|General Chess Discussion - I analysis blackburne varition ( depth 55)#2|
11 Nxb5 is interesting.
|General Chess Discussion - Do you like my opening, which is a variation of the Smith Moria Gambit?#11|
If you want to sacrifice the b-pawn, then 2 b4 or 2 Nf3 and 3 b4 makes more sense.