Emanuel-Lasker
Emanuel Lasker's Wisdom: When Good Moves Aren't Enough
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

In our discussion on chess strategy today, I'd like to introduce a rule that holds immense potential for improving your gameplay. When it comes to chess, you might excel in the opening phase of the game. You've learned various opening strategies and traps, and you've become proficient in navigating the initial moves. However, as you advance in your...

Traxler
Exploring the Traxler Counterattack Chess Opening Variation
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

The Traxler counter-attack stands as a widely used defensive opening. Moreover, it ranks among the top aggressive choices for Black, while White is content with employing the Italian game. The Traxler counter-attack primarily arises from the Two Knights Defense employed by Black, after White seeks to transition the game into an Italian game. Black ...

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Mastering the Italian Game: A Journey Through Centuries of Strategy
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

The Italian Game stands as one of the oldest recorded chess openings. Its roots trace back to historical manuscripts like the Göttingen manuscript. Chess luminaries of the 16th century, including players like Damiano and Polerio, as well as Greco in 1620, shaped its evolution. Greco is credited with solidifying its central line. This timeless openi...

Makogonov-Rule
Chess Strategy Breakthrough: Makogonov's Rule & the 50% Mistake Fix
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Introduction Are you ready to elevate your chess strategy and gain a tactical edge that's been used by the masters? In this article, we're delving into the remarkable concept known as Makogonov's Rule, a strategic principle that promises to revolutionize your gameplay. Named after its creator, Grandmaster Vladimir Makogonov, this rule has the power...

1.e4-e5
Exploring Open Game Strategies: In-Depth Analysis of 1.e4 e5
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

 Mastering the King's Pawn Opening: Unleash the Power of 1.e4 Embark on a journey of strategic brilliance with the King's Pawn Opening, a timeless choice that has stood the test of time. In the realm of chess, the opening move 1.e4 stands as a beacon of tactical opportunity, igniting the flames of a fierce battle right from the start. Strategi...

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World Chess Championship Championship 2023
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

How important is the World Championship Match? "It's important, but it's not everything, so I wouldn't overestimate that". by Ian Nepomniachtchi General Information The grand stage of the 2023 FIDE World Championship Match unfolded against the breathtaking backdrop of Astana, Kazakhstan, spanning from April 9th to May 1st. The esteemed affair ...

Danish-Gambit
Unleashing Chaos: The Danish Gambit's Dynamic Brilliance
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

If you want to consistently win chess games, focus on not only developing your pieces but also impeding your opponent's progress. To achieve this, you must upset the balance of the position, often involving a pawn sacrifice.A pawn sacrifice early in the game is known as a gambit. The purpose of gambits is to expedite your piece's development. Today...

Vienna-Gambit
Vienna Gambit Demystified: A Winning Strategy
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

In this lesson, we'll explore a highly aggressive opening for White. Whether you're a beginner, intermediate, or advanced player, the Vienna Opening offers an exciting choice. Let's start by focusing on the Vienna Game, following these moves: 1. e4 e52. Nc3 f4. It's possible to transition from the Bishop's Opening into the Vienna Game. However, I d...

Caro-Kann
Mastering the Caro-Kann Defense: A Comprehensive Guide
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

The Caro-Kann Defense is a solid yet counterattacking system. Our slogan could be: "Play a positional game, or if you attack too early, we'll crush you!" This opening, defined by the moves 1.e4 c6, was developed by Horatio Caro and Marcus Kann in the late 19th century. It provides Black with a resilient defense while maintaining opportunities for c...

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Chess Cheating Online Drama
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

I'd like to confess something. My most difficult times is when I play on chess.com against 1500 to 1700 players! They do play amazing chess and they NEVEN blunder anything at all. Their cheating abilities are in the next level because they don't make the first computer moves; but one of the best. In the same time, chess.com anti-cheating control is...

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