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Black just played the wrong move Rg6. White played a clever move and forced Black to resign.
Geared up for the rapids to start tomorrow in Leuven. If this pic won’t go viral, what will? Good luck to you guys!
The highly-anticipated return of chess legend Garry Kasparov is real. The king of the kings was back in real action and rated chess competitions by playing in St. Louis Rapid and Blitz chess tournament.
After a nine-year war on the beaches of Troy between the Danaans (Greeks from the mainland) and the Trojans; Greek win the war with a trick. They built a huge wooden horse and sail away from Troy as if in defeat. They hinted that the horse was a gift for the Trojan great warriors and a votive offering for a safe journey home.
My good friend and experienced chess coach Aggelos Kesaris (from Greece) has prepared a nice article for you. This is a review of the great victory by Magnus Carlsen in the recent super tournament in Bilbao (Spain).