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= Chess =
 
= Chess =
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== Openings ==
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A big part of "serious" chess is the opening theory.
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* [https://www.chess.com/openings Openings on chess.com]
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* [http://www.chessgames.com/perl/rerolpxe Opening explorer on chessgames.com]
  
 
== Fabrice's chess games ==
 
== Fabrice's chess games ==

Revision as of 10:05, 10 June 2019

Contents

Chess

Openings

A big part of "serious" chess is the opening theory.

Links

Fabrice's chess games

I'm currently (since 9 February (2015)) playing on the fantastic, free-software platform, lichess (see en.lichess.org/@/laussy). I won my first tournament there on 4, January (2018) in the U1700 Blitz Arena, following a streak of terrible losses allowing me to compete in such low-rated competition.

Tournaments I won

Sicilian defense

My first game. I was waiting for someone to send me a parameter for a computer code by email, and started playing crappy blitz chess on the internet. I decided this was a loss of time and decided to play at least 10 minutes games (as compared to lightning that go 1 or 2 minutes in all) and to analyze them. During my first game came the parameter by phone, disrupting me quite a lot, but I won anyway as starting from a neutral rating, I was matched against an easy opponent.

  1. 23. e5 is a blunder, the released defence of the knight on d2 is not compensated by 23... Qxd2! 24. Qxe7?? since Qg2#.
  2. 31... Rad8 is the loosing move.

King's gambit

Links

More links

(For storing, not own-content related)

Gallery