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CRUSH 1. e4! | Nimzowitsch Defense

242 • Bosburp •
  1. == Introduction ==
  2. Section 1: 3. d5 Linksspringer Variation
  3. Linksspringer Variation 3. d5 with 4. c4
  4. Linksspringer Variation 3. d5 with 4. f4?
  1. Bosburp

How to Study Chess!

1150 • Kyle-and-Jess •
  1. How to Study Chess
  2. How to Identify Your Weaknesses
  3. Annotating Master Games
  4. Annotating Your Own Games
  1. Kyle-and-Jess
  2. jessieu726
  3. kyle11878

Sicilian Accelerated Dragon | Full Repertoire

490 • Monnt •
  1. == Introduction ==
  2. == Variations Overview ==
  3. == Main Lines ==
  4. Modern Variation
  1. Peng_Dehuai1898-1974
  2. Monnt
  3. Dr_KaspEvil

Quick Tips to Improve Your Chess: Part 1

39 • Kyle-and-Jess •
  1. Introduction
  2. Loose Pieces Drop Off!
  3. Let Your Knights Be Cowards
  4. Own Your Center
  1. Kyle-and-Jess
  2. jessieu726
  3. kyle11878

How to Sacrifice!

147 • Kyle-and-Jess •
  1. Introduction: General Ideas and Rules of Sacrificing
  2. How to Sacrifice: Carsten Hoi - Boris Gulko
  3. How to Sacrifice: Vlastimil Hort - Lev Alburt
  4. Unsound Brilliancies: Carl Hartlaub - Fleischer
  1. Kyle-and-Jess
  2. jessieu726
  3. kyle11878

1. e4! Crushing the Classicals! Vol.1

109 • Dr_KaspEvil •
  1. Start
  2. Crushing Classicals; (Intro)
  3. Crushing Classicals; (5. ...Nxe4)
  4. Crushing Classicals; (5. ...Nb4 and 5. ...Be7)
  1. Dr_KaspEvil

L'écossaise avec les blancs

43 • kenzo_thetiger •
  1. Chapitre 1 variante avec d6 direct
  2. Chapitre 2 variante d'echange avec Cxd4
  3. Chapitre 2 B : variante avec d6
  4. Chapitre 2 C : variante avec Df6
  1. kenzo_thetiger

1. e4! Demolishing ...d6! Vol.2

27 • Dr_KaspEvil •
  1. Start
  2. Demolishing ...d6; (Intro)
  3. Demolishing ...d6; (3. ...e5)
  4. Demolishing ...d6; (3. ...Nbd7)
  1. Dr_KaspEvil

Talk to your pieces! Developing plans I

1596 • NoseKnowsAll •
  1. Introduction
  2. What is a piece?
  3. Talk to your pieces
  4. Beginners talking to pawns
  1. NoseKnowsAll

Caro-Kann avec les blancs

18 • kenzo_thetiger •
  1. Chapitre : 1
  2. Chapitre : 2
  3. Chapitre : 3
  4. Chapitre : 4
  1. kenzo_thetiger

Be bad sometimes

17 • MiladLouak0 •
  1. A trap in the 2.Bd3 opening
  2. A trap in the b5 opening
  3. A particular line in the suicide opening
  4. A certain player's trap in the 2.Bd3 line
  1. MiladLouak0

Caro-Kann Defense like a BOSS!

469 • miguelcnardelli •
  1. Intro
  2. Caro-kann trap
  3. Continuation of Caro-Kann Trap
  4. How to avoid these traps?
  1. Peng_Dehuai1898-1974
  2. Bosburp
  3. miguelcnardelli

Candidates & Women's Candidates 2024: Annotated Games

222 • Lichess •
  1. Caruana, Fabiano - Nakamura, Hikaru
  2. Firouzja, Alireza - Praggnanandhaa R
  3. Lei, Tingjie - Tan, Zhongyi
  4. Vaishali, Rameshbabu - Koneru, Humpy
  1. Lichess

Winning in the Middlegame: Lead in Development

122 • Kyle-and-Jess •
  1. What is a Lead in Development (and How to Win With it)?
  2. Open the Position: A Composed Position
  3. Open the Position: The Opera House Game
  4. Open the Position: Garry Kasparov - Ulf Anderssen
  1. Kyle-and-Jess
  2. jessieu726
  3. kyle11878

7Q Method

33 • tactics3553 •
  1. What Problems do I have
  2. Chapter 1a
  3. Chapter 2
  4. Chapter 3
  1. tactics3553
  2. Kapkun

11 Opening Traps with 1.e4

42 • WIM kaissapy •
  1. Alekhine's Defense: - Trampled Cavalry
  2. Caro-Kann Defense: - Pawn Punishment
  3. 11 Opening Traps with 1.e4
  4. Caro-Kann Defense: - Smothered King
  1. WIM kaissapy