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Saturday, May 4, 2013

Interview With Pradeep Kumar

Here I Have Interviewed  Pradeep Kumar From Chennai With FIDE Rating 2252 .

1] How old were you when you learned to play chess? and who was your first coach ?
= My father was my fast coach i started playing chess at age of 11 .

2] Is chess your career ? If Yes How Does Online Gaming Help You?
=  Yes chess is my profession right now..playing online is for fun and getting new friends abroad,,sometimes i check my opening preparation by playing online.

3] What Is Your Goal Or Ambition ?
= Of course to become Grand Master ,short time is to become an IM . I have Only one norm so looking forward to get two more norms. 

4] What Are your outside interests ?
= I love Watching cricket & tennis and listen to music .I just Love Sports.

5] Who do you think is your top/best opponent ?
=  Game with vishy (Vishwanathan Anand ) was dream come true in 2005..My crucial game was with           GM zherebukh yaroslav where i need a win to get IM norm which i did made it .

6] What Is Your Advice To Begginers ?
= Read as many books as possible avoid playing online..practice in chess board rather than a hard on chess basics,,complete chess course book and yours first move book.

7] Which Was The Best Tournament That You Won ?
= Stood Second In National U-17.  First in State in U-20. Represented India In World And Asia.
    Won the second UKCA Open Held at Mangalore.

Thank You For Joining us. We Wish You All The Best For you Future . Let All your Dreams Come True .

Thursday, April 18, 2013

Chess Quote of The Day

Magnus Carlsen (2012).jpgI started by just sitting by the chessboard exploring things. I didn't even have books at first, and I just played by myself. I learnt a lot from that, and I feel that it is a big reason why I now have a good intuitive understanding of chess. 

 -  Magnus Carlsen

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Friday, October 5, 2012

Sacrifice Pieces?

How many pieces are you willing to sacrifice? In July 2002, a 12-year-old IM named Sergey Karjakin provided us one way to answer that question. In this tremendous 20-move miniature, Karjakin plays not just a chess game, but paints a work of art resplendent with multiple piece sacrifices and forcing lines. It highlights the boy's tactical genius and Fischer-like exploitation of not-so-obvious weaknesses. Frame it.

When this game was played in July of 2002, Karjakin was just 12 years of age. Just one month later, Karjakin would become the youngest Grandmaster ever at 12 years and 7 months exactly.

IM Sergey Karjakin vs IM Vasily Borisovich Malinin: "Kids Play the Darndest Things" (game of the day May-13-07) - Sudak UKR 2002 - Scotch Game: Modern Defense (C45), Steinetz variation

[Event "Sudak UKR"]
[Site "It"]
[Date "2002.08.07"]
[Round "7"]
[White "Sergey Karjakin"]
[Black "V Malinin"]
[Result "1-0"]
[ECO "C45"]
[WhiteElo "2523"]
[BlackElo "2434"]
[PlyCount "39"]
[EventDate "2002.08.02"]

1. e4 Nc6 2. d4 e5 3. Nf3 exd4 4. Nxd4 Qh4 5. Nc3 Bb4 6. Be2 Nf6 7. O-O Bxc3 8.
Nf5 Qxe4 9. Bd3 Qg4 10. f3 Qa4 11. bxc3 O-O 12. Nxg7 Kxg7 13. Bh6+ Kxh6 14.
Qd2+ Kh5 15. g4+ Nxg4 16. fxg4+ Qxg4+ 17. Kh1 d6 18. Rf6 Qg5 19. Be2+ Bg4 20.
Bxg4+ 1-0

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Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Interview With Babbarsher

New Interview with Babbarsher[does not like to reveal his/her name] With the FIDE rating 2200+

Himalaya:How old were you when you learned to play chess? and who taught you first?
Babbarsher: At around age 7 from my dad

Himalaya:Do you have any other interest rather than chess?
Babbarsher: Basketball and i hate cricket, love to watch football , tennis , basketball.

Himalaya:Who's Your top opponent?And who's you favorite player?
Babbarsher: My favourite player is Garry And top Opponent id alexander areshchenko a strong GM with rating 2671.

Himalaya:Is chess your career ?How does chesscube play a role in it?
Babbarsher: Yes I am a professional chess player Chesscube is just a Pastime.

Himalaya:What is your goal or ambition in your life?
Babbarsher: To Become An IM.

Himalaya:Have you won any real tournaments?
Babbarsher: 2010 under-25 india champion.

Himalaya:And finally,What is your Advice to begginers?
Babbarsher:Dont go after the openings, play your natural game.

Sunday, August 26, 2012

Chess Quotes On Mistakes(blunders)

With this mistake I deprived myself of the possibility to make a contribution to the treasury of chess art.
                                                                        Garry Kasparov

My opponents make good moves too. Sometimes I don't take these things into consideration.
                                                                         Bobby Fischer

Confidence is very important – even pretending to be confident. If you make a mistake but do not let your opponent see what you are thinking then he may overlook the mistake.
                                                                        Viswanathan Anand

Friday, August 24, 2012

Final_legend Interview

One Of my Best friend Final_Legend[Chesscube id. likes to remain anonymous] Who's Fide rating 2087 Joined us for a Interview.

Himalaya:How old were you when you learned to play chess? and who taught you first?
Final_Legend: My coach  Ameer PS and thejkumar Ms at d age of 11.

Himalaya:When did you start playing competitive international chess?
Final_Legend: At the age of 15 Nethaji International Open chess championship.

Himalaya:Who's Your best opponent?And who's you favorite player?
Final_Legend:  Best Opponent...Thejkumar sir indeed..Favorite player Anand nd Carlsen!

Himalaya:Did ChessCube Improve Your Game?In What Way?
Final_Legend: Chesscube has improved my game a bit mainly my opening and speed.

Himalaya: Is chess your career ?What is your ambition?
Final_Legend:  Maybe u can say ambition is to be the CEO of citi bank!

Himalaya:What is your Advice to begginers?
Final_Legend:  Practise Makes one Perfect.Take it as a Passion....Be an chess At the maximum..thats it...

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