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cro777
Member since May-27-03 · Last seen Mar-03-15
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 6896 times to chessgames   [more...]
   Mar-03-15 Anish Giri
 
cro777: Regrettably, Giri's world chess championship hopes dented at the FIDE Grand Prix in Tbilisi. Failed to win promising positions. Anish: "That's what this GP has all been about for me."
 
   Mar-03-15 Nigel Short
 
cro777: It seems that a friendly GM is Yasser Seirawan.
 
   Mar-02-15 Magnus Carlsen
 
cro777: Magnus Carlsen's blog February update. It feels great finally to have had a few weeks at home, and still have time to both relax and prepare for the next event the Gashimov Memorial in Shamkir, Azerbaijan. Next week I’m off to Barcelona and the week after to Cannes for my main ...
 
   Mar-02-15 Graham K Burgess
 
cro777: The safest option against the Nescafe Frappe Attack is 8...Nbd7. Black heads immediately to to hit the Bc4. 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. Nc3 axb5 6. e4 b4 7. Nb5 d6 8. Bc4 [DIAGRAM] 8... Nbd7 9. Nf3 Nb6 10. Bd3 g6 11. b3 Bg7 12. Bb2 O-O 13. O-O Ba6 [DIAGRAM] "Black has
 
   Mar-02-15 S Williams vs T Chapman, 2011 (replies)
 
cro777: The Nescafé Frappé: is it Gold Blend or totally stewed? 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 c5 3. d5 b5 4. cxb5 a6 5. Nc3 axb5 6. e4 b4 7. Nb5 d6 8. Bc4 Opening Explorer [DIAGRAM] "This line as yet has no official name (except "Zaitsev line with 8 Bc4"). It is generally referred to as simply "The Hack ...
 
   Mar-01-15 Robert James Fischer (replies)
 
cro777: <OCF> Rob Weir used data mining software, the computational process of discovering patterns in large data sets (in this case a database of chess games). He extracted games from all World Chess Champions and calculated the percentage of the games for each player in each ECO ...
 
   Mar-01-15 Shams chessforum (replies)
 
cro777: <Shams> It seems that you are also interested in the English Defense against the English Opening. Indeed, 1...b6 is a popular reply to 1.c4. If White continues in the spirit of the English Opening (without a trasposition into the English Defense main line 1.c4 b6 2.d4 e6), ...
 
   Feb-28-15 Bunratty Chess Festival (2015) (replies)
 
cro777: <The famous drinking tournament of Bunratty. Longer time controls?> Simon Williams: "Maybe we should do re-run of Bunratty? A Whisky and Guinness drink every 10 moves? Half an hour game."
 
   Feb-28-15 Rauf Mamedov
 
cro777: Rauf Mamedov, the 2015 champion of Azerbaijan, is likely to replace Wesley So at the 2nd Vugar Gashimov Memorial which should take place from 16-25th April in Shamkir, Azerbaijan. Wesley So will compete at the USA Championship which is scheduled for March 31 to April 14 in Saint ...
 
   Feb-25-15 Domdaniel chessforum (replies)
 
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