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Why does black gain from this "center fork trick"?

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Why is 1. d4 2. c4 3. b3 so bad for white?

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Description of rectangular opposition in Silman's Complete Endgame Course

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When to play h5 (or h4 with white) in fianchettoed position for black

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An important and interesting Bishop endgame

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Two Knights of the Caro-Kann: 2.Nc3 vs 2.Nf3

6 votes

Insufficient material draw on lichess.org

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Development problems for black after f4 in French Defence

5 votes

Precise skills connected with rating value

5 votes

Franco-Sicilian Defense Theory

4 votes

What is White's main plan in Sicilian Keres variation?

4 votes

How to realize this +2 evaluation in the Ruy Lopez, Steinitz defense

4 votes

Why won't elite players like Nakamura play a (fair) game against AlphaZero just to see how it goes?

4 votes

How difficult is it to win a winning endgame against an engine?

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Strategic plans for Black in Fianchetto Variation of KID

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Lasker (?) on strategy and tactics

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Why not 7.Bb4+ before playing Ne7 in the French Defence: Advance, Paulsen Attack?

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Does the King's Indian Attack need the e5 pawn push to attack on the kingside?

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Reach this position in four moves

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A FM needs training help too

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Knights on c3 & f3, bishops on d3 & e3 - what is this called, and is it sound?

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Looking to improve my tactics and possibly develop an opening repertoire at the beginner/intermediate level

2 votes

Material vs positional advantage: does Stockfish give good advice?

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Why does Stockfish evaluate this Lichess puzzle position as so advantageous for Black?

1 vote

A weird way to play the Advance French?

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Up to which rating is my strategy in the opening is applicable?

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Would there be more decisive games if we began to see stalemates as checkmates? And hence more "interesting" chess?