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The beginner
Member since Dec-09-04 · Last seen Jun-12-16
Love chess. Wich i was better at it, still trying to improve.

I am also collector of chess books. If you have any good recomendations, or just want to discuss good books about chess i am very interested.

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   The beginner has kibitzed 338 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Dec-31-15 John Bartholomew (replies)
 
The beginner: He also has some good instructional videos on Youtube. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6...
 
   Feb-25-09 Chessmaster (Computer) (replies)
 
The beginner: <YoungEd> I belive chessmaster 11 has some new annotated games. There is a new section by josh Waitzkin phycology in chess or something. So id say it was worth it. Chessmaster is the best package for anyone wanting to improve their play if they are beginner or ...
 
   Feb-22-09 Vyzmanavin vs Ehlvest, 1984 (replies)
 
The beginner: White is down a piece + 2 pawns. so there has to be found something that will eather give checkmate, or at least win back the material white is behind. I tryed a while to make Rxe7 work, or Qe3 with the threat on e7, or even Bxh6 to lure the h8 rook away. However i couldent get
 
   Feb-12-09 F Vallejo Pons vs Leitao, 2005 (replies)
 
The beginner: Pretty easy for a thursday. almost all of it is forced.
 
   Feb-09-09 Lusgin vs M Joffe, 1968 (replies)
 
The beginner: This was a litle hard for a monday. Its obvious the answer is Bxf7 with Ng5+ But there are still a few black responses to calculate to the end to make sure everything turns out in favor of white. As others have show every line leads to eather mate, or loss of the black ...
 
   Jan-28-09 A Naumann vs W Teerapabpaisit, 2008 (replies)
 
The beginner: Found it pretty easy. Very similar to yesterday.
 
   Jan-12-09 K Beddar vs N Arosemena, 2008 (replies)
 
The beginner: I think 13 Rxc6 was the losing move.
 
   Jan-08-09 Anikaev vs A Khasin, 1990 (replies)
 
The beginner: Got it. Not the actual move order as played in the game. but the d5 with Na5 to follow up. Its not so hard once we see the white threat Bxe6. There is only 1 way to defend it that also produces some play. All other way moving a rook, king, or knight to protect e6, dosent seem
 
   Dec-24-08 A Kosten vs Chandler, 1991 (replies)
 
The beginner: <akj68> I think its because after BxR, RxB. The white king position is very weak. White can only defend the mate threat by advancing his g pawn, or walking his king towards the open center, any of those two would make his king position even more weaker.
 
   Dec-23-08 Santa Claus (replies)
 
The beginner: Dear Santa I wich everyone a happy cristmas :-)
 
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