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cro777
Member since May-27-03 · Last seen Mar-27-15
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 6947 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-27-15 AylerKupp chessforum (replies)
 
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   Mar-26-15 Milan Momic (replies)
 
cro777: <Milan wishes everyone to know that it was he, and not Pal Benko , who was first to use what is now called the Benko Gambit. He met and played Benko in Atlanta and it was during the next round that Momic used it against a high rated player. Momic calls it the Volga Gambit.> The
 
   Mar-25-15 M Stolberg vs Botvinnik, 1940
 
cro777: Botvinnik’s winning method. GM Igor Smirnov used this game as an example of Botvinnik's winning method. The starting position (after 15.f4) of Smirnov's analysis: [DIAGRAM] http://chess-teacher.com/botvinnik-... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1rR...
 
   Mar-23-15 M Sebag vs N Pogonina, 2015
 
cro777: Pogonina lost a theoretically drawn rook endgame. Position after 55.Rxh4 [DIAGRAM] This endgame is a draw. Pogonina made a serious mistake by playing 55...Rb2 (she should have played 55...Ra6). After 55...Rb2 the endgame is theoretically won for Sebag (White mates in 40).
 
   Mar-23-15 The World
 
cro777: Maxime Vachier-Lagrave: "Who said endgames are boring? Try challenging me @DefiezMaxime!" The current position: https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAx6CIX...
 
   Mar-23-15 The World vs Naiditsch, 2014 (replies)
 
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   Mar-22-15 B Khotenashvili vs Huang Qian, 2015 (replies)
 
cro777: Déjà vu ("already seen"). Huang Qian before the game (later she left the game in tears): http://sochi2015.fide.com/images/st... (Add text to the photo) At the 2010 Chess Olympiad (Women) in Khanty Mansiysk (Russia), Huang Qian's game was crucial for the outcome of the match ...
 
   Mar-20-15 D Daulyte vs M Socko, 2015 (replies)
 
cro777: Daulyte is an International Master (and Woman Grand Master). Immediately before this tournament she won the 15th International Chess Festival Mediterranean Flower 2015 which took place from 1st to 7th March in my home town Rijeka, Croatia. http://www.cvijet-mediterana.com/wp...
 
   Mar-19-15 Shams chessforum (replies)
 
cro777: At the ongoing FIDE Women's World Chess Championship, WGM Deimante Daulyte in a decisive game tried 9.Nb3!?, an interesting idea in the "Universal System" of the French Tarrasch: 1. e4 e6 2. d4 d5 3. Nd2 a6 4. Ngf3 Nf6 5. e5 Nfd7 6. Bd3 c5 7. c3 Nc6 8. O-O g5 9. Nb3 [DIAGRAM] At the
 
   Mar-19-15 FIDE Women's World Chess Championship (2015) (replies)
 
cro777: <Natalia Pogonina: The operator of the World Women Chess Championship knows what close-ups to choose during the live broadcast!> https://pbs.twimg.com/media/CAdgHek... Kashlinskaya lost to Shen Yang in Round 1 play off. http://sochi2015.fide.com/images/st...
 
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