The Grand Prix Attack Bb5 System with GM Perelshteyn

Rocking the Ruy Lopez with GM Kritz
Posted on August 19,2013 By William in Strategy & Game Review, Chess Openings. The Ruy Lopez is the most popular chess opening in the history of the game. The Ruy Lopez, also known as the Spanish Game, has been played by nearly every world chess champion in the last few hundred years and continues to enjoy immense popularities at all levels in the 21st century. So just why does everybody like to play the Ruy Lopez so much? Although the Ruy Lopez has been studied very deeply and the theory is extensive, chess players are sti[…]

Damian Lemos vs Magnus Carlsen – Analysis by Damian Lemos
Posted on August 15,2013 By GM Damien Lemos in Strategy & Game Review, All Articles w/ Videos. In this game GM Damien Lemos analyzes one of his games played against GM Magnus Carlsen. This game is from World Youth Chess Championship Under14 , played in Halkidiki, Greece. 2003.By the time this game was played both players were 13 years old. You’ll find a tough Kings Indian defense worth analyzing. The game showcases the two 13 year old prodigies battling heads in an ultra aggressive style. If you want to learn more about the King’s Indian D[…]

King’s Indian Defense by GM Kritz
Posted on August 12,2013 By William in Strategy & Game Review, Chess Openings. The King’s Indian Defense is the most double-edged response for black against 1. d4, by far maintaining the most decisive results of all the queen pawn opening systems. The reason for this is very simple – black immediately creates imbalances in the position by allowing white to create a large space advantage in the center (normally with pawns on c4, d4, and e4) while black calmly develops his kingside fianchetto and plans a targeted strike in th[…]

Carlsen vs Vallejo – Closed Sicilian Domination
Posted on August 08,2013 By William in Strategy & Game Review, Chess Openings, All Articles w/ Videos. Carlsen opens with 1. e4 and Vallejo-Pons responds with the Sicilian Defense with 1. ..c5, however from there the opening takes a strange twist in move order and ends up with a Closed Sicilian by Carlsen. It seemed that black got the worst of the opening because he essentially wasted an important tempo with an early ..a6 and also white managed to achieve an annoying way of stopping black from castling early in the game. Carlsen achieved a sizable[…] is a producer of thousands of free chess articles and free chess videos by FIDE chess masters. They recently released the renowned Empire Chess series that has been taking the chess world by storm. Please consider checking out their chess blog and chess shop with tons of free updated previews.

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