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Larsen Ideas in the semi-slav

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What is the number of legal positions in a chess game?

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Studies that have been cooked by computers

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Is "Rdxd2" algebraic chess notation valid?

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Who was A. Karu? (played Paul Keres)

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Why is the Ruy Lopez such a common opening?

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Castling during the endgame

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Endgame technique: How to win with rook + g and h pawn vs rook?

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Has any other grandmaster gone as long undefeated like Capablanca?

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Can solving lots of mate in one (or two) problems be beneficial?

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Which chess variant has the largest board?

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Rook and minor piece endgames, with pawns

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Is there any benefit at all to a rooks' pawn opening?

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Max Lange Attack - Materials to Study

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Is castling possible with a pawn promoted to a rook?

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Chessbase products - difference

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From which top class game is the endgame motive?

7 votes

Why Qe1 in the KIA? Why not Re1?

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During the Revolutionary and Napoleonic Era, what was the rule for stalemate in France?

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Dvoretsky's Endgame Manual vs Fundamental Chess Endings

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Why is en passant only possible on the first opportunity?

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Marshall Defense 1.d4 d5 2.c4 Nf6 — transpositions

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Which Book should I choose

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What are the possible terms for interference in the bishop endgame?

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How could I have extracted an opening advantage in this Owen's defence game?

3 votes

KID fiancetto variation - reason for c6 after Nd7

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XiangQi (Chinese chess) textbook or video tutorial

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R+3P vs B+N+3P ending. Win or draw, and plans for both players

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How to improve my early endgame / late middlegame?

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Tarrasch defense with 6. dxc5