Monday, July 15, 2019

Chess Notes

Opening Theory:
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/26/Game513967468.html

Garry Kasparov - Ulf Anderssen
https://lichess.org/study/Vgkj2WfI/tdsyPqMv

Lasker - Thomas (focus on the DEFENSIVE POSSIBILITY - 9...Bxe5)
When you are defending your King, and Material is even, you should trade.
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/26/Game485392765.html

"Is this a real game?" Someone asked me about an interesting puzzle that came from this game.
The puzzle starts after Black plays 24...Ka6

http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/25/Game418585375.html

Shirov-King:
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/25/Game399494750.html

Endgames, and More (Wednesday Morning):
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/25/Game395080296.html

Mr. O and The Loose Pieces
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game226730843.html

Hungarian Defense: A Simple Solution. Note the Rxf7 idea.
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/24/Game310387187.html

No Space = Many Knight Moves = Problems
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/24/Game334610796.html

The "Never Move Pawns" principle (warning, this is an exaggeration, you have to move pawns sometimes).
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/24/Game311280093.html


A Question from Two Students
https://lichess.org/study/QqicBUjV

More on the Winawer (Part 2 or 3?)
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/24/Game308513171.html

Question about d4 c5
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game233991640.html

French Winawer
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game232896656.html

Defending against the Fried Liver Attack
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game230928468.html

Practice the White Opening: Queen's Gambit
http://chessprep.com/qgcdplayer

Tarrasch - Alapin
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game225397890.html

The 10 Move Game - Only Pawn Moves?!
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/22/Game158317828.html

Bonus game, similar:
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/22/Game158951437.html

Coordinate Training Daily Warmup Drill:
https://lichess.org/training/coordinate

The Great Scissor's Mate Attacking Game:
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/22/Game145935515.html

Mikhail Tal - NN: Mikhail Tal takes a Knight on f6, then a Bishop on g7 after losing his Queen, in a Classical Dragon (spoiler alert!).
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/22/Game139648234.html

2 Rook Checkmate: Walking The Dog (Beginner Level)

http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/23/Game224080203.html

A long, not so interesting, game.
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/24/Game334976765.html

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Older Stuff

July 15-19 Notes
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/19/Game8483484.html

Mate in 21:
http://view.chessbase.com/cbreader/2019/7/19/Game32547937.html

More Notes:
https://lichess.org/study/7ViJut5e

2019 June 10-13 Notes
Click Here

More Notes: https://chessprep.com/2XsYPPe

En Passant Review: https://lichess.org/learn#/15