Hello, everyone, and welcome to something very, very different. I’m gonna be your host, Chess Grandmaster Yasser Seirawan for the next 40 minutes, 60 minutes. I’m gonna do an online lesson, something that, well, maybe is very unusual for Chessbrah. So as we begin our, let’s say, lesson today, one of the things I think […]
[Mike] Ooh it’s on our side, all right. We got four plus three fans time format. Let’s see what you got, you Canadian. That’s what we like to see on stream. All right, all right. I can play this. I don’t have a very large opening repertoire maybe up to here and that’s about where […]
I’m joining the pool here. All right so starting with 1,100. Weaknesses everywhere. Weaknesses everywhere. In games like this, look at him. So this okay… so this is what it’s like. You guys are probably seeing other games you know like League of Legends stuff like that where you start at sort of like zero […]
We’re going to have some fun today. Today’s itinerary is a blitz speedrun so I started 1,200 and there’s no provisional so I’ll be gaining like you guys. I’ll be one of you know just… [John] That’s the whole idea. [Eric] There’s no big jumps. I have to just grind it out. I still think […]
Magnus Carlsen, whose full name is Sven Magnus Øen Carlsen Born on 30 November and is 28 years old in Tønsberg, Norway. Magnus Carlsen or professional chess players get the title Grandmaster in 2004 and aged 13 years over 4 months. Magnus Carlsen or the number 1 chess player in the world has the highest […]
Preparing for bishop fiancetto Preventing his dark bishop going to g5 Opening a square for knight development Taking his h5 pawn will only activate his rook and dark bishop diagonal Developing my knight It is unwise to take his e5 pawn as it opens the d file while my king is not yet castled Waiting […]
Morning all, I found a very interesting historical game of Magnus Carlsen when he was just 12 years old. It was in the Politiken cup of 2003, played in Copenhagen and his opponents was Hans K. Harestad. Okay so Magnus kicks off with e4 and Hans played e5 after Nf3, Nc6 we see Ruy Lopez, […]
www.chess24x7.co.nr Rule 1: White pawns are moving in the upward direction Rule 2: It’s white to move and checkmate in 1 move Rule 3: The pawn can be promoted to any piece.
Rule 1: white pawn is moving in the upward direction Rule 2: It’s white to move and checkmate in 1 move. Rule 3: The pawn can be promoted to any piece. It’s white to move, and checkmate black in exactly 3 moves.