Arduino Smart Chess Board with LCD Display

♪ The creme de la creme of the chess world…♪ This is a stand-alone version of our magnetic switch chessboard demonstration. We also have a more detailed video using a computer-connected version. NVE GMR magnetic switches at the heart of the chessboard are the “kings” of proxmity sensing. The magnetic switches are activated by the […]

Ván cờ BÁ ĐẠO dâng xe vào mồm – ván cờ tướng đỉnh của mọi thời đại

Hi everyone and welcome back to the introductory chess channel that specializes in the collection of real battles for you to love the chess and friends.

Mẹ Hiểu Lầm Suýt Nữa Thì Hạt Tiêu Không Vào Được Đội Tuyển Quốc Gia Cờ Vua – Táo Xanh TV

CHESS TRICK: SIBERIAN CHESS TRAP | DEADLY CHESS TRICK

Hi Guys! So today we’ll be looking at the Siberian trap. It is a deadly trap played by Black against White’s e4 opening and if applied successfully we’d be able to deliver an easy checkmate to white, so without wasting any time let’s move ahead with the trap White moves pawn to e4 We move […]

Cờ tướng đỉnh cao | Hai Xe Chậm Hơn Một Chốt | Two Car Slower One Good

Hello to all of you and you! The award of the God of Smiling Flag 2016 took place from January 22 to January 24, 2016 held in Guangdong, China This is a quick chess tournament, the participating players are all guests, most of them are the kings of China Yes, today would like to introduce […]

Chessgame “King Hunt” Analysis : Edward Lasker vs George Alan Thomas (1912)

Hi, Assalamualaikum I will explain and analyze with you the game between Lasker against Thomas. This game is called as king Hunt so the game Start by d4. This is a queen pawn opening So usually if if someone play with this d4 pawn, the game will be slow and Positional play from both side. […]

Mynnnat Chess: “A Creative Trap!” – Karpov vs Taimanov, Leningrad 1977

Hello and welcome to Mynnnat.com – Creativity through games, chapter 88: “A Creative Trap!” Anatoly Karpov, born 1951 in Russia, became Grandmaster at the age of 19 and won more tournaments than any other chess player, so far. In 1977, he was considered almost invincible after winning nearly every event he played. It was then […]