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About Chess - Chess Instruction, Chess Games, Chess Tips, Learn to Play Chess, How to Play Chess

About Chess - Chess Instruction, Chess Games, Chess Tips, Learn to Play Chess, How to Play Chess
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Chess Tactics Explained in English: Ward Farnsworth's Predator at the Chessboard Chess Teacher Lessons Chess Teacher Lessons Chess Teacher Lessons is about free chess instructions and exercises for teachers and players. The site contains more than 100 chess lessons and can be found at it's own domain since January 2010. The original site was running on WordPress, but at the moment you are looking at the Google Sites version. This will be our new home. The third rank defense The third rank defense is the most important defense in the king and rook versus king, rook and pawn endgame. There is already a lot of information about this position available on the internet, for example in the Philidor position on Wikipedia and I will limit this post to some additional information which probably helps to really understand this position. First of all it is important to understand that the weaker side strives to capture the pawn or to exchange the rooks while being in a position that the pawn can be stopped.............. --> Read further at the third rank defense

Welcome to The best Online Sources To play and Learn I love playing chess and collecting chessboards and like everything else, my enjoyment of the game has moved online. As well as playing installed software chess games, I also have some favourite chess websites where I like to meet other players from around the world for a game or two. After all, it gets boring eventually playing against a computer. Sometimes, it’s good to play against a real live human being. So here are some of the places where I like to play chess online. But one place which I will not talk about is Yahoo Games (in case anyone starts getting worked up in the comments). So here’s the three places I use for my chess fix : ItsYourTurn I wrote about ItsYourTurn back in September last year and it’s great for playing chess. I personally have 10 games going on at one time – I make one move on each game every morning then I don’t go back to it until the next morning. If you feel like upgrading to a paid membership, it costs $29.95 per year. Flash Chess III Email Chess

Echecs en amateur All About Cheerleading and Cheerleaders, Cheers, Uniforms, Photos and More Levon Aronian Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Levon ou Lévon Aronian (en arménien : Լևոն Արոնյան) est un joueur d'échecs arménien, né le à Erevan (RSS d'Arménie, URSS). En mars 2014, son classement Elo est de 2 830 points, faisant de lui le 2e joueur mondial, le sixième joueur à dépasser les 2 800 et le numéro 1 arménien[1]. Progression vers le Top 10[modifier | modifier le code] En 1994, il devient champion du monde des moins de 12 ans à Szeged avec 8 points sur 9 possibles, devant d'autres futurs grands maîtres, comme Étienne Bacrot, Ruslan Ponomariov, Francisco Vallejo Pons et Aleksandr Grichtchouk. En 1997, Aronian obtient le titre de maître international. En 2000, Aronian obtient le titre de grand maître international. En 2005, Aronian partage la première place du tournoi Gibraltar avec Zahar Efimenko, Kiril Georgiev, Alexeï Chirov et Emil Sutovsky. Depuis 2006[modifier | modifier le code] Levon Aronian en 2011 Levon Aronian en 2012 Une partie[modifier | modifier le code]

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