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Professional chess player: Pillsbury

Antonio Ventura Gude

Artículo escrito por: Antonio Ventura Gude , publicado: Sunday, August 7th, 2016
Categorias: Gude's Corner

professional chess player
If you liked it, share it! :)The professional chess player: Pillsbury… From all indignities that a professional chess player must go through to earn a living, one of the worst would be getting inside a cubicle full of gadgets. Getting inside? Hiding. That was what the great American champion Harry Nelson Pillsbury had to do in one of the “Turkish” Ajeeb. A chess automaton like many others did before him. Our man spent some time like…
Professional chess player: Pillsbury
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Chessbase: The tool for chess players

Alberto Chueca Forcén

Artículo escrito por: Alberto Chueca Forcén , publicado: Sunday, August 7th, 2016
Categorias: Gude's Corner

chessbase
If you liked it, share it! :)Chessbase… Chessbase is one of the largest chess corporations in the world and a major reference in applied technology to chess. They undoubtedly offer unique tools and this has made Chessbase something well-known for all the chess players. It offers many services and products, which include several products that facilitate the learning either through database managers. An example is the latest Chessbase 13. In it, you can work with a…
Chessbase: The tool for chess players
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Wijk aan Zee (Tata Steel tournament)

Antonio Ventura Gude

Artículo escrito por: Antonio Ventura Gude , publicado: Sunday, July 24th, 2016
Categorias: Gude's Corner

Wijk aan Zee
If you liked it, share it! :)Carlsen sprints in Wijk aan Zee… After a few anodyne rounds in the Wijk aan Zee that ended in draws, Magnus Carlsen, the undisputed number one in worldwide chess, has stepped the accelerator. This kind of performance, which is perfectly known in the performances of the worldwide champion, marks a curious competitive phenomenon. In the last two years, the tournaments of Carlsen have been characterized with warm beginnings. They have…
Wijk aan Zee (Tata Steel tournament)
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London Chess Classic and Ivan Bukavshin

Antonio Ventura Gude

Artículo escrito por: Antonio Ventura Gude , publicado: Sunday, July 24th, 2016
Categorias: Gude's Corner

London Chess Classic
If you liked it, share it! :)London Chess Classic: What some say of others and others, of some… Recently, there was a dissemination of a video in which the participants in the London Chess Classic gave their opinions on their most qualified opponents. With short answers preferred, if possible, one-word answers. With regards to the champion, for example, the most abundant adjectives used on him was “star”, “prodigy” and “talent”. Michael Adams is considered “technically strong”…
London Chess Classic and Ivan Bukavshin
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