Fried-Liver
Mastering the Fried Liver Attack: Strategies for Success
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Unleashing the Entertaining Fried Liver Attack in Chess OpeningsThe Fried Liver Attack is a captivating and dynamic chess opening that often puts Black in a precarious situation. This opening can be spotted in the Italian Game, where White develops the bishop on c4. Here, Black faces two choices: advancing the bishop to c5 or opting for the two kni...

London-System
Chess Openings The London System
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

"The London System: A Popular Opening Choice for Club-Level Players"Unlock the secrets of the London System, a beloved opening that holds a special place in the hearts of club-level players. With its straightforward development plan, this opening offers a seamless journey into strategic brilliance. Versatility reigns supreme as it adapts effortless...

Bishop-Opening
Simple & Powerful Bishop’s Opening
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Mastering the Bishop's Opening: A Gateway to Unbeatable Chess Beginnings If you're seeking an opening that guarantees an unassailable start to your games, the Bishop's Opening emerges as your ultimate choice. This strategic gem opens doors to a world of possibilities, allowing White to flex its muscles and exert immediate pressure on Black's positi...

Chess-TRICK
Chess TRICK in the Opening | Confuse Your Opponents with 1.e4
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Strategic Opening Brilliance: Puzzling Your Foes Dive into a realm of tactical finesse guided by the expertise of Angelo Kesaris, a seasoned chess trainer. In this captivating video lesson, Angelo unveils an artful opening trick that promises to bewilder your opponents during the crucial opening stage. Prepare to wield your opening repertoire with ...

Scandinavian-Defense
Complete Chess Guide To Scandinavian Defense
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

The most aggressive first move of white is 1.e4. If Blacks don't know what to do exactly against it, then they will face many problems. In this comprehensive guide to Scandinavian Defense, I would like to introduce you to this opening, which is a credible answer against the whites' plans. Chess Opening Guide | Scandinavian Defense The opening 1. e4...

Garry-Kasparov
Beast of Baku: Garry Kasparov
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Garry Kasparov is from Baku Azerbaijan and lives at the United States, Grandmaster, and former World Chess Champion. He was born on 13 April 1963 and his peak rating is 2851; achieved in 1999. One of his students, none other than GM Magnus Carlsen, managed to break his record after many years, in 2013.It is also impressive that Garry was ranked wor...

Nimzowitsch-Larsen-Attack
Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

If you're searching for an aggressive, universal, and unknown system with White pieces then Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack (1.b3) is the right choice with you. Continue reading this article to learn the main ideas and how to use them successfully in your future games. After the first move 1. b3 we have the Larsen's Opening. This is also called the Nimzo...

Evans-Gambit
Decoding the Evans Gambit: A Tactical Journey through Chess Openings
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Navigating the Italian Game: Exploring the Evans Gambit The best and most solid response to the first move 1.e4 is 1...e5. This choice has strong strategic value as Black aims to secure equal space at the center of the board and then develop their pieces harmoniously around the sturdy point e5. It's challenging for White to establish a significant ...

Scotch-Trap
How to Play the Scotch | Excellent Chess Opening For Beginners
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

Unleash Your Chess Potential with the Dynamic Scotch Game Strategy Are you a chess enthusiast aiming to enhance your opening repertoire and elevate your tactical prowess? Delve into the captivating realm of the Scotch Game, a vibrant and strategically potent chess opening that promises to redefine your playing experience. Designed with both beginne...

Mikhail-Tal
The Magician from Riga: Mikhail Tal
Angelo
Chess Blog (English)

 Mikhail Tal was Latvian grandmaster and the 8th World Chess Champion. He born at 1936 and passed away at 1992. Few months before he died he manage to win Gm Garry Kasparov in a blitz game! His strong points was the creativity, imagination, and aggressive chess style. We can say that his combinations was daring but all people around the world ...

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