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cro777
Member since May-27-03 · Last seen May-26-15
CRO stends for Croatia and 7+7+7 are winning cards.

CHESS AS A COMPLEX DYNAMIC SYSTEM

Chess has all the qualities of a complex system:

1) the abundance of elements,

2) hierarchy,

3) there is a so-called "chaos zone" where it is impossible, in principle, to predict the direction that the system would develop in certain positions. (These are positions in which human intuition is the best recipe).

MODERN OPENING STRUCTURES ARE FIRMLY LINKED TO A MIDDLEGAME PLAN OF ACTION AND SOMETIMES YOU EVEN HAVE TO TAKE THE EVENTUAL ENDGAME STRUCTURE INTO ACCOUNT! (Arthur Yusupov)

„As a rule, typical middlegame positions are closely associated with a specific opening variation, so that to study them is to study the opening at the same time.

The best method of studying typical middlegame positions is to select appropriate games and analyse the plans (the tactical and strategic precepts and ideas) employed in them.“ (Mark Dvoretsky)

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   cro777 has kibitzed 7042 times to chessgames   [more...]
   May-26-15 Joaquim Manuel Durao
 
cro777: Two chess legends passed away on May 21st 2015: the legend of Portuguese chess Joaquim Manuel Durão and the French chess legend César Boutteville. Durão was 13 times Portuguese champion, represented his country in ten Chess Olympiads, and was president of the Portuguese ...
 
   May-24-15 L Binet Tapaszto vs C Boutteville, 1964
 
cro777: César Boutteville passed away at age 97 in Versailles, France on 21 May 2015. He won six times French Chess Championship and represented France seven times in Chess Olympiads from 1956 to 1968. This is his notable game.
 
   May-24-15 Cesar Boutteville
 
cro777: French chess legend César Boutteville passed away at age 97 in Versailles, France on 21 May 2015. He would have been 98 years old today. Boutteville won six times French Chess Championship and represented France seven times in Chess Olympiads from 1956 to 1968. He was renowned for ...
 
   May-24-15 Jobava vs Nakamura, 2015
 
cro777: Jobava had good chances to hold by playing 67.Kd5 [DIAGRAM] 67...Kg8 68. Nxg6 Rxg6 69. Rxh5 Rg4 70. Ke5 [DIAGRAM] Nakamura believed that he is still winning after 70... g6 71. Rh1 Kg7, but this is theoretically drawn position.
 
   May-23-15 David Navara (replies)
 
cro777: Navara has just won his 7th Czech Championship. The event took place from 15-23rd May in Havlickuv Brod, Czech Republic. http://chess-results.com/tnr161123.... Navara - So match (4 classical games), the main event of the ČEZ CHESS TROPHY 2015 chess festival, takes place between 13 ...
 
   May-23-15 T Sammalvuo vs J Horvath, 2015
 
cro777: Instructive endgame From the 15th Thai Open (April 2015) GM Alex Baburin selected the position after 59...Re7+ for his endgame analysis: [DIAGRAM] 60.Kf4? "I suspect that most players, including GMs, would play this move without much thinking, while in fact it's a losing mistake.
 
   May-22-15 L Dominguez vs Nakamura, 2015
 
cro777: Nakamura surprised Dominguez with the Kalashnikov Sicilian. "I was not expecting to get this opening at all. I couldn't remember much during the game." (Dominguez). The game was theoretical. Dominguez introduced a novelty on move 17. Position after 16…Nxb4 [DIAGRAM] The diagram ...
 
   May-22-15 FIDE Grand Prix Khanty-Mansiysk (2015) (replies)
 
cro777: 73...Ra4 was also winning with the same idea.
 
   May-21-15 Irina Baraeva
 
cro777: <Penguincw: It can't be her.> Of course. The difference is in one letter (Baraeva and Barbaeva). Irina Baraeva, born 1995, is a Woman International Master. She recently played for the University of Belorechensk at the Russian Team Championship (Women) 2015. ...
 
   May-21-15 M Vachier-Lagrave vs Karjakin, 2015 (replies)
 
cro777: The sideline 12.a3 was Maxime's home preparation (previously he tried the main line 12.Qb3). 12. a3 a6 13. Bf1 Re8 14. e5 Nfd5 15. Nc4 Ba7 16. g4 Bg6 17. Bg5 de5 18. de5 h6 19. Bh4 b5 20. Na5 Qc8! [DIAGRAM] The chances are equal. White has several good moves here (21.Nc6, 21.Bg2). ...
 
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