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SadLittleTurtle vs Deductionist in kcFJGbCs : C61 Ruy Lopez: Bird Variation. Deductionist vs mmaattrriixx in RMkkere1 : C41 Philidor Defense #3. Deductionist vs Katchow in Uj88T0Wi : C01 French Defense: Exchange Variation. Iron_Master vs Deductionist in V782Kphx : A00 Van't Kruijs Opening. Deductionist vs kissygirl in 55SuwnHM : B07 Pirc Defense: Byrne Variation. Deductionist vs deinzyl in tb6DX1BO : B25 Sicilian Defense: Closed Variation, Traditional. Diogen613 vs Deductionist in aq6Q5KGu : C23 Bishop's Opening. Misha19701309 vs Deductionist in Cb27KAHj : A01 Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Modern Variation #4. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF / Generate images.

Misha19701309 vs Deductionist in Cb27KAHj : A01 Nimzo-Larsen Attack: Modern Variation #4

Anon. vs Deductionist in ZjP9nn1D : C61 Ruy Lopez: Bird Variation. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF / Generate images.

Anon. vs Deductionist in ZjP9nn1D : C61 Ruy Lopez: Bird Variation

Deductionist vs Ridder in NWRTe6u4 : C01 French Defense: Exchange Variation. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF / Generate images.

Deductionist vs Ridder in NWRTe6u4 : C01 French Defense: Exchange Variation

Marco753 vs Deductionist in rXlL9iV6 : C30 King's Gambit Declined, Classical Variation. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF / Generate images [Event "Rated game"][Site " "2016.10.08"][White "Marco753"][Black "Deductionist"][Result "0-1"][WhiteElo "2057"][BlackElo "1680"][PlyCount "46"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "480+0"][ECO "C30"][Opening "King's Gambit Declined, Classical Variation"][Termination "Normal"][Annotator "lichess.org"] 1. e4 e5 2. f4 Bc5 { C30 King's Gambit Declined, Classical Variation } 3.

Marco753 vs Deductionist in rXlL9iV6 : C30 King's Gambit Declined, Classical Variation

Nf3 d6 4. Bc4 Nc6 5. c3 Nf6 6. d4 exd4 7. cxd4 Bb4+ 8. Bd2 Bxd2+ 9. Dheitkam vs Deductionist in CrE6mB2i : A21 English Opening: King's English Variation, Reversed Sicilian. Selassie88 vs Deductionist in XEbn5GaB : C64 Ruy Lopez: Classical Variation. Deductionist vs cy-bot in igsyAshs : B10 Caro-Kann Defense. By positional play a master tries to prove and exploit true values, whereas by combinations he seeks to refute false values ...

Deductionist vs cy-bot in igsyAshs : B10 Caro-Kann Defense

A combination produces an unexpected re-assessment of values. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF. Deductionist vs cellycel75 in K3W8XaB7 : C39 King's Gambit Accepted, Kieseritzky Gambit, Cotter Gambit. Deductionist vs achmaz1355 in fpmxKQk5 : C15 French Defense: Winawer Variation, Fingerslip Variation. Dfin92 vs Deductionist in 49kSggnJ : D37 Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation.

Some people think that if their opponent plays a beautiful game, it’s okay to lose.

dfin92 vs Deductionist in 49kSggnJ : D37 Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation

I don’t. You have to be merciless. Dfin92 vs Deductionist in 49kSggnJ : D37 Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation. Deductionist vs chalomaria in DBEoeYF7 : C34 King's Gambit Accepted, Becker Defense. Deductionist vs thenowhereman in yHr28sFf : B40 Sicilian Defense: French Variation. Deductionist vs yonioliel in Dq3HRIBl : B02 Alekhine Defense: Scandinavian Variation.

These are not pieces, they are men!

Deductionist vs yonioliel in Dq3HRIBl : B02 Alekhine Defense: Scandinavian Variation

For any man to walk into the line of fire will be one less man in your army to fight for you. Value every troop and use him wisely, throw him not to the dogs as he is there to serve his king. PGN Download annotated / Print-friendly PDF. Deductionist vs geo0032002 in M3OMj7Kt : D37 Queen's Gambit Declined: Three Knights Variation. Deductionist vs Valera7777 in Mvqc1kpM : B00 Ware Defense. Chess is the art of analysis.

Deductionist vs Valera7777 in Mvqc1kpM : B00 Ware Defense

Deductionist vs Andreios in PyRdSOXc : B01 Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation #2. Chess is like a language, the top players are very fluent at it.

Deductionist vs Andreios in PyRdSOXc : B01 Scandinavian Defense: Modern Variation #2

Talent can be developed scientifically but you have to find first what you are good at. Galal's Personality Report. Neuroticism Neuroticism refers to the tendency to experience negative feelings.

Galal's Personality Report

Those who score high on Neuroticism may experience primarily one specific negative feeling such as anxiety, anger, or depression, but are likely to experience several of these emotions. People high in neuroticism are emotionally reactive. They respond emotionally to events that would not affect most people, and their reactions tend to be more intense than normal. They are more likely to interpret ordinary situations as threatening, and minor frustrations as hopelessly difficult. Deductionist vs Glay in kdKavITk : D00 Queen Pawn Game, Levitsky Attack. Chess Openings: Ruy Lopez. The United States Chess Federation - Ten Tips To Winning Chess. By International Grandmaster Arthur Bisguier Getting Started Chess is a game of strategy and tactics. Each player commands an army of 16 chessmen --- pawns and other pieces (the king, queen, bishops, knights, and rooks).

A well-played chess game has three stages. In the opening, the players bring out their forces in preparation for combat. As play proceeds, each player will capture some of the opponent's men; often, the capturing pieces are immediately recaptured. You're Ready to Go! It's time for you to take a look at these ten tips to help you learn some simple ways to win more games: Look at your opponent's move. Don't rush. 1. GalalFahmy vs lepijoca in 9hs3P9Kx : C30 King's Gambit, Declined, Queen's Knight Defence. GalalFahmy vs landlubber in xSO6LkmS : A00 Van 't Kruijs Opening, General.

KnowEm Username Search: Social Media, Domains and Trademarks. » 100 Ways to Increase Brain Power and Think Like a Genius! Want to think like Einstein? Use these brain boosters to increase brain power for faster learning, better memory, sharper thinking, out-of-the-box problem solving, more efficiency and productivity and enhanced creativity…and get you thinking like the great thinkers. Don’t make working your brain a chore! These are fun, they keep life interesting and best of all, don’t take any extra time (you might have to give up some TV, but you’ll love the results). Meditate: the #1 brain exercise! Stress clouds your thinking, so relieve stress with meditation. Work on being ambidextrous. Keep a journal.Write down ideas as soon as you have them and return to them often.Simplify, declutter and organize your living and work space.Take a class in something you’ve never explored.Take several 10-minute brisk walk-breaks throughout the day.Learn to spell backwards.Change the furniture placement and art/accessories in your home.Learn to play a musical instrument (and read music).

Galal_Fahmy vs TheMagBumper in etPzWLET : D20 Queen's Gambit Accepted, General. [Event "Rated game"][Site " "2014.12.07"][White "TheMagBumper"][Black "Galal_Fahmy"][Result "0-1"][WhiteElo "1494"][BlackElo "1232"][PlyCount "52"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "240+0"][ECO "D20"][Opening "Queen's Gambit Accepted, General"][Annotator "lichess.org"] 1. d4 d5 2. c4 dxc4 { Queen's Gambit Accepted, General } 3.

Nc3 b5?! { (0.25 → 0.78) Inaccuracy. The best move was c6. } (3... c6 4. e3 b5 5. a4 b4 6. Ne4) 4. a4? Galal_Fahmy vs sammy1 in 4NtRCTCL : C50 Four Knights Game, Italian Variation. Galal_Fahmy vs ilie in hDsZpipD : D00 Queen Pawn Game, General. GalalFahmy vs dmcfh in OgdUvP9m : B20 Sicilian Defense, Bowlder Attack. [Event "Rated game"][Site " "2015.01.13"][White "GalalFahmy"][Black "dmcfh"][Result "0-1"][WhiteElo "1343"][BlackElo "1701"][PlyCount "120"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "300+0"][ECO "B20"][Opening "Sicilian Defense, Bowlder Attack"][Annotator "lichess.org"] 1. e4 c5 2. Bc4 { Sicilian Defense, Bowlder Attack } Nc6 3. Qh5 g6 4. Qxc5 Bg7 5. Qd5 e6 6. Galal_Fahmy vs maryam-1365 in gk9Gft39 : C55 Italian Game, Two Knights Defense. Brain Pump - Learn something new.

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And nowhere do we fail at the art of presence most miserably and most tragically than in urban life — in the city, high on the cult of productivity, where we float past each other, past the buildings and trees and the little boy in the purple pants, past life itself, cut off from the breathing of the world by iPhone earbuds and solipsism. Right now, you are missing the vast majority of what is happening around you. Explore more. Web pages, photos, and videos. How to Analyze People on Sight by Elsie Lincoln Benedict and Ralph Paine Benedict. Free Online Chess. Creative Writing.