King's Indian Defence (part 2)

King’s Indian Defence (part 2)

The King’s Indian Defence is a common chess opening. It arises after the moves: 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 Black intends to follow up …
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King's Indian opening with Bg2 (part 1)

King’s Indian opening with Bg2 (part 1)

The Fianchetto Variation in the King’s Indian 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.Nf3 Bg7 4.g3 0-0 5.Bg2 d6 6.0-0, is named for White’s development of his …
(10 votes, avg: 3.80/5)
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Sasikiran - Negi

Sasikiran – Negi

Sasikiran and Negi are the two top Indian chess talents. Here is their game from AAI chess tournament
(2 votes, avg: 4.50/5)
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Fabiano Caruana - Viktor Laznicka

Fabiano Caruana – Viktor Laznicka

Analysed game from the AAI tournament, Fabiano Caruana and Viktor Laznicka.
(3 votes, avg: 4.67/5)
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Nakamura - Ivanchuk

Nakamura – Ivanchuk

Nakamura and Ivanchuk finished draw in Bazna Chess 2011.
(3 votes, avg: 4.33/5)
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Karjakin - Carlsen

Karjakin – Carlsen

Karjakin and Carlsen finished draw in a Caro Kann during the Bazna chess tournament. Analysis by GM Henrik Danielsen.
(4 votes, avg: 4.50/5)
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Hector - Wesley So

Hector – Wesley So

A victory for Wesley So to reach shared first at the Sigeman chess championship. Analysis by GM Henrik Danielsen.
(4 votes, avg: 4.25/5)
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Carlsen - Radjabov

Carlsen – Radjabov

Just like in the Candidates matches, we saw Queen’s gambit on the board. After a strong theoretical beginning the game of the third round of …
(2 votes, avg: 3.00/5)
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Nakamura - Nisipeanu

Nakamura – Nisipeanu

Nakamura won the chess encounter against Nisipeanu from round 2 of the Chess Grand Slam. Analysis of the game by GM Henrik Danielsen.
(1 votes, avg: 5.00/5)
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Wesley So - Grandelius

Wesley So – Grandelius

The biggest Swedish chess talent Grandelius was victorious against Wesley So at Sigeman 2011. Analysis of the game by GM Henrik Danielsen.
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