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Chess Notes By Edward Winter

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There is much debate in the Chess world about what the shortest game ever actually was. A number of games have been played which were over in only one or two moves, but all of these games ended in forfeiting, which is not something that will usually happen with beginners. Games with beginners will usually play out as the beginners are usually not able to see ahead enough in the game to tell what is coming and besides, it is usually more valuable for the beginners to actually see what happens with a checkmate. There is still much debate about what the shortest possible game in Chess is, … Read More

Chess Notes By Edward Winter

chessLearning chess online has become increasingly popular with online games that help you learn while you play. Online chess games are server based games. In an online chess game, chess server records the players’ moves against each other via internet. There are several online chess portals, which enables people to register themselves to learn and play online chess by paying some small amount of money or which can based on their own conditions. Registered players can use all the services of the portal.

While nobody likes to lose a key piece, there are times, however when it makes sense to sacrifice one of your pieces. If an opponent’s piece is taking up a spot that you need open, putting one of your pieces in a position to lure his piece out to capture you is one way to move your game forward. Since you will be losing a piece, be … Read More

Chess Notes By Edward Winter

chessLogic is the best way to decide between choices. A logical approach bypasses your emotions and all their associated problems. You can still choose to follow your feelings if you prefer, but at least now you know the reasoned and wisest choice. Children who play Checkers (also known as Draughts) soon discover that someone who plays logically will beat another player who chooses to move pieces at random.

New rules were necessary. In his book, Enki Bilal had imagined a contest featuring a boxing match that lasted 12 bouts, followed by a game of chess. But in these modern times, you can’t market a new sport that lasts 5 hours,” writes Rubingh in an email interview. Also, it is more exciting to have rounds alternating as the fighters will otherwise have to be under physical pressure all the time,” he adds.

Ms. Hou’s five-move loss to a player she outranks … Read More

Chess Notes By Edward Winter

chessGarry Kasparov was among the privileged few who got to watch the third game of the world title match from a VIP seat. His old rival and sometimes frenemy” Viswanathan Anand and his former protégé, Magnus Carlsen produced one of the finest fighting draws in chess history for his delectation.

Carlsen did not respond exactly. He had to swap the knight of course, allowing black a cramping pawn on d4. He was already taking a fair amount of time at this stage. After the knight trade, he moved his Queen’s Bishop to an unusual diagonal and then he pulled his queen back to an unusual square. At the end of this process, black was slightly better.

They are doing it in increasing numbers. And the good news is that they have higher disposable incomes, and very specific needs not relevant to a broader market. By creating a line of infoproducts … Read More

Chess Notes By Edward Winter

chessa game played on a chessboard by two people who maneuver sixteen pieces each according to rules governing movement of the six kinds of pieces (pawn, rook, knight, bishop, queen, king), the object being to bring the opponent’s king into checkmate.

Such games have a positive impact on individuals. As you coordinate between the hand and eyes, the games increase your reasoning power and concentration as well. Every game is designed keeping in mind the type of audience. It is mandatory to abide by the ratings for the benefit of the users’ understanding about the game.

It means they can move anywhere along a straight line and stop wherever you want. On a subsequent turn, they can change direction, but still move in a straight line up to where you decide to stop. Source: page 137 of Dynamic Chess by R.N. Coles (London, 1956). In the 1966 Dover edition, the … Read More