Kingscrusher vs ChessNetwork (Jerry) – Epic Blitz Battle!
Posted on May 8, 2012 by William in All Articles w/ Videos, Blitz/Bullet Chess, Strategy & Game Review

This video covers an absolutely insane blitz chess battle, featuring two of today’s best YouTube chess personalities: Kingscrusher as white and the ChessNetwork as black. I thoroughly recommend my readers/fans to check out these two awesome YouTube chess channels. This game starts off with Kingscrusher playing e4 and subsequently responding to ChessNetwork’s Sicilian Defense with the Closed Sicilian Attack (notably employing a variation with Nf3 that Boris Spassky used to play in the 1960s and […]

Dynamic Imbalances: Material vs Position
Posted on May 7, 2012 by William in Classic Games (Pre 2010), General Chess Articles, Strategy & Game Review

Dynamic imbalances are what separates chess from math because equations in chess are always multi-dimensional. In a practical chess game, you must always evaluate a position with respect to material, positional, and temporal considerations. When two players each strive to create maximum tension on the board and refuse to capitulate in any form, imbalances are guaranteed to appear. One player may play aggressively and sacrifice a pawn (material) to gain compensation by seizing the initiative […]

Chess960 Live Blitz Video – willstewart vs eruditional
Posted on May 6, 2012 by William in Blitz/Bullet Chess, Strategy & Game Review

As white, I played quickly to clamp black’s Ba8 with 4. d5 and 5. d5 which lead to a space advantage for white. 10. …c6! really confused me as I realized my position was very loose in the center. I decided to sacrifice a pawn for development and retained good play in the center. 14. …Ng4 was inaccurate and allowed white to regain the pawn on d5 with an initiative in the center. Based on […]

What to Play if White Avoids the Dzindzi Indian
Posted on May 5, 2012 by GM Ron W Henley in All Articles w/ Videos, Chess Openings, Strategy & Game Review

Having played the Dzindzi Indian for many years and recently published an exhaustive analysis in DVD and book form, I am frequently confronted with the following question “What do you do if white plays 1. d4 g6 2. e4?” as then it is no longer possible to play the Dzindzi Indian. And it is definitely a good question, as for one reason or another your opponent doesn’t always cooperate with your plans. The answer is […]

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