chessgod101
Please login to view all of the forum content.

Current date/time is Wed Dec 02, 2020 10:23 pm

Search found 35 matches for 1

2020 World KO Engines Champs Rd 3 Draw...

2020  World Engines KO Champs is 100% complete Tournament winner is Brainfish 210520 64 (Stefan  Zipproth) who won a tight 12 game match with the strong engine Stockfish 060620 64 by the score of 6.5-5.5 ….Brainfish played extremely deep and accurate chess for the entire length of the tourney will its evaluation being at times slightly deeper than most of its opponents…(why I don’t know… could be an especially good compile) Very pleased for Mr Stefan Zipproth as he has produced many high quality Brainfish (Stockfish) compiles for many year and they have added a lot to the chess engine testing community….Stockfish Dev (Jellou) had a very long and nice run…lost in a playoff match…Shashchess 11 (petro) had a great run…..Moonfish 130320 had an amazing run coming out of nowhere to finish in the top 4 playing amazingly solid and strong chess…The Soviet engine LousChess 210420 x64 had a amazing run making the top 4 playing very interesting and solid chess thru the tourney….. Raubfisch GTZ21d1 (3bks) had a excellent run in the KO tourney…playing excellent strong and aggressive chess with two Raubfisch engine making it into the final 64 entrants…Eman had a nice tourney crusing into the final 64 with quite a few entrants but was unable to make much headway after that in the rare air of the strongest engines in competition. S_XPro-NN 1.0 64 had an amazing run…Solid and strong with not many major mistakes made…..So again Congrats to Brainfish 210520 x64 Champion for 2020!!  Smile  Wink

chess pgn files
mediafire.com file/gg7lmnig2a3s662/2020_KO_Champs_Round_%25237_draw.7z/file

2020 World KO Engines Champs

Round #7  Draw---------


Stockfish 120520 64 (Jellou) 0.0
Stockfish 060620 64. 0.0




LousChess 210420 64-X 0.0                                     Death #1                  
ShashChess 111219 64 NNC 0.0                                   Death2




S_XPro-NN 1.0 64 (1Bk) 0.0                                                           Death#3
BrainLearn 6.0 64 (sb) 0.0




Raubfisch GTZ21d1 (3bks) 0.0
Stockfish 050319 64(SFGD) 0.0                                                                                        Death#6



===============================BOTTOM   HALF======================================


CorChess 5.1 050320 64 0.0                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
Moonfish 130320 64 0.0




Raubfisch GTZ21d3 x64cc 0.0                                                              Death#9
Honey XI-r1 0.0




ShashChess 11.0 64(Petro) 0.0              Death #10
Brainfish 210520 64 (sb) 0.0





Stockfish 140620 64. 0.0                                                                   Death#12
Stockfish 131218 64(DCT) 0.0
by supersharp77
on Fri Nov 06, 2020 5:02 am
 
Search in: Engine Tests
Topic: 2020 World KO Engines Champs Rd 3 Draw...
Replies: 2
Views: 372

2020 World KO Engines Champs Rd 3 Draw...

Note: SF NNUE engines and their engine explosion arrived mostly too late for the tourney..

2020 World KO Engines Champs
The Great 128 Chess Engines Are now revealed for 2020-2021….These are mostly stockfishes with some suprising new entrants and first timers into the Elite “Great 128” Schooner 2.1…SF Develpoment (many), Eman (4-5), Sugar NN ..SugaR X_pro NN.. Raubfisch (3) Stockfish 11, Stockfish Polyglot, McCain X1 makes a return appearance Komodo 11.01, Komodo 14, iCE v3.0 makes the cut, Pariss engines (3) Human Engine (who have been lights out all year) (2)left Corechess engines (couple)…rofchade 2.202 makes the grade…Deep Synapse RZ6.5, SfLMR08071MZ makes a return trip….SF7 and SF 8 SE.. ShashChess (3-4 versions) is playing great chess..Louschess 210420 and SF Tiger blast into the Great 128 LeelaToga (LeelaFish) fights its way into the 128..SF NNUE x64 solid and strong.. Playfish is getting the job done..Betafish 1.2.1 makes an amazing run…Lazer v1.7 joins the Elites.. Fairy Stockfish 10.3 and v11.0 make the grade…S_MCTSL has arrived to the 128!! SF 050116 (Orca) somehow fights into the 128…Numerous Brainlearns (3-4) make the cut…3 Thinksfish engines roll into the 128.. 2 ASMFish engines and 1 pedantfish engine fight their way into the 128…Nayeem and Asubzero (XX) get it done. mFishW2018 arrives along with Hekastockfish 160320…Ethereal 11.25 and Fritz 17 x64 (npopcnt) join the Elites.. Cfish (Goby) and Extendfish break thru..Fire 5 and Fire 7.1 ease into the last 128…Moonfish 130320 and Gull (syzgy) make the cut…Bluefish XR7..SF XR7 and Black Diamond (SF) are still standing…Keyvan 2708 Is one of the suprises of the tourney so far..a great run.. Komodo ver 4 no-sse somehow makes it thru…Aristides and Symphysodon 220517 make it thru.. Toltec 180916 and Gull 3.1_JV Scorpio v3.07 NN is playing deep and strong (but not exciting) engine chess at present..congrats to Scorpio author..SF240520MZ again proves its power…Engine Honey Xi-r1 and SugaR RC1 arrive… Stockfish 7a Ltb x64 makes the 128 for the first time SugaR Pro rp joins the top level..Brainfish 210520 and Matrix R x64…SF Matefinder 8 and Fritz 16w32 claw into the 128…Xiphos v0.6 gets thru a tough draw and proves its “World Class Standing” Congrats Xiphos!! Rick v48-9 makes an amazing run to reach the 128..Al Qahtani X1 x64 claws its way in…Cfish 210818 get it done Stockfish X 090420 solid and strong..Equinox 3.30 x64mp and Hiarcs 13.1 MP x32 somehow gets to the final 128..Once again Hiarcs Proves its incredible strength with solid match play skills…what an amazing story…Hats off to The Legendary Hiarcs Chess Engines… Smile Wink

mediafire.com file/yd926ebxqiwyiyf/2020_KO_Champs_Round_%25234_draw.7z/file

Round #4 Draw---------

McCain X1 0.0
CChess_1.1 230417 x64 0.0



Stockfish 130120 64(Visvez) 0.0
Komodo 11.01 64-bit 0.0



Pariss V1 0.0
HumanEngineB151119 64-G 0.0




iCE 3.0 v658 x64 0.0
Stockfish 120520 64 (Jellou) 0.0



CorChess 6.0 140620 64. 0.0
Stockfish 150620 64 (Xoto) 0.0



Aristides 1.1 64 720gcc (std) 0.0
Stockfish 060620 64. 0.0




rofChade 2.202 NOP 0.0
Stockfish 09-02-2020 x64 0.0





Deep Synapse RZ6.5 64bit 0.0
Sf_LMR080717MZ 64-TC 0.0



Stockfish Polyglot 180320 64 0.0
Stockfish 7 64 0.0



Eman 5.60 64-bit (2bks) 0.0
ShashChess Pro 1.0 64-P 0.0





Stockfish 020520 64 (Xu) 0.0 Death #1
LousChess 210420 64-X 0.0




SugaR-NN 061119 64 0.0
SF NNUE v7 64. 0.0




BetaFish 1.2.1 64 0.0
PlayFish 041119 64 0.0




Raubfisch X42d3 x64aa 0.0
ShashChess 111219 64 NNC 0.0 Death2



S_XPro-NN 150120. 0.0
CorChess 5.0 040120 64. 0.0



Stockfish SSE 110916 0.0
Stockfish Polyglot 11 64 0.0



Cfish 8 64 POPCNT(Goby) 0.0
Laser 1.7 0.0




Fairy-Stockfish 10.3 64a 0.0
S_XPro-NN 1.0 64 (1Bk) 0.0 Death#3





S_MCTSL 220319 32. 0.0
Stockfish 050116 64(Orka) 0.0





SugaR-NN 310719 64 0.0
Stockfish 140520 64(Pro-x) 0.0 Death#4




Betafish 1.0 64 (orig) 0.0
BrainLearn 6.0 64 (sb) 0.0




Schooner 2.1 NON-POPCNT 0.0
ThinksFish 1.03a 32-bit 0.0



Stockfish 040320 64(Proton) 0.0
BrainLearn 5.2 X 64-bitxx 0.0



MateFinder 021218 64 0.0
ThinksFish 1.02 32-bit (BB) 0.0



SugaR 1.6.1 64(MCTS) 0.0
pedantFishW_2017-05-02 . 0.0




Black Diamond XR7 0.0
Raubfisch GTZ21d1 (3bks) 0.0




Nayeem 10.0 64 0.0
A-SubZero1 5.0 (XX) 0.0



BrainLearn 030619 64+B 0.0
ThinksFish 1.0.1 32-bit(ECO) 0.0 Death#5




Komodo 14.1.1 64-bit 0.0
McCain X4 0.0




Stockfish 050319 64(SFGD) 0.0 Death#6
mFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0



HekaStockfish 160320 64a 0.0
CyberNez 1.0 x64. 0.0




Eman 5.62 64-bit (bks) 0.0
Stockfish 11 64. 0.0


===============================BOTTOM HALF======================================


CorChess 5.1 050320 64 0.0
Ethereal 11.25. 0.0




Raubfisch X42d2. x64 (2bks) 0.0
Fritz 17 x64 (No popcount) 0.0





Cfish 300417 64(Goby) 0.0
ExtendFish 64 0.0




ShashChess 6.2.4 64 MCTS 0.0
Brainfish 090218 64 (ECO) 0.0 Death# 7



asmFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0
Fire 5 x64 0.0




asmFishW_2018-01-22_base 0.0
Tiger SF 170620 (4bks) T 0.0 Death#8




Moonfish 130320 64 0.0
Gull x64 (syzygy) 0.0



CorChess-NN 111119 64 0.0
Stockfish XR7 FD 0.0



Bluefish XR7 FD 0.0
Raubfisch GTZ21d3 x64cc 0.0 Death#9




Symphysodon 220517 64. 0.0
Komodo64 no-sse Version 4 0.0




Toltec 180916 x64 0.0
Keyvan 2708 . 0.0



BrainLearn 7 64 (2bks) 0.0
Gull.3.1_JVx64a 0.0



Scorpio 3.07 NN wb 0.0
PeperZen1 090819 64 0.0




S_XPrO 161018 64 0.0
SF240520MZ 32 (2bks) 0.0




HumanEngine 151119 64 T 0.0
Stockfish 070120 64(Lantov) 0.0




Stockfish 040718 64Voyager 0.0
Honey XI-r1 0.0




Brainfish 080219 64. 0.0
SugaR RC1 64. 0.0





Blue Honey XR7 FD 0.0
Stockfish 7a Ltb x64 (Lbase) 0.0




ShashChess 11.0 64(Petro) 0.0 Death #10
SugaR PrO rP 64 0.0





Peper 7.7.7 64 (2bks) 0.0
HIARCS 13.1 MP x32 0.0




Brainfish 210520 64 (sb) 0.0
BrainLearn 8.0 64 (2bks) 0.0



Matrix R x64Bit. 0.0
SugaR-NN 260719 64 0.0




Fritz 16 w32-X 0.0
Equinox 3.30 x64mp 0.0



Stockfish MateFinder 8 64 0.0
Stockfish 311216 x32(Mingw) 0.0




Xiphos 0.6 NO-POPCNT 0.0
LeelaToga v0.21.0- -v0.5. 0.0




Brainfish 080220 64 (Bk) 0.0
Rick v48-9 0.0





Fairy-Stockfish 11 64. 0.0
Al Qahtani X1 x64. 0.0 Death#11




Stockfish 140620 64. 0.0
Stockfish X 090420 64 (2bks) 0.0 Death#12





Stockfish 300919 64(Bench) 0.0
ShashChess 7.0 64 (Tal)(MC) 0.0




Eman 4.00 64-bit 0.0
Cfish 210818 64 N 0.0



Eman 3.93 64-bit 0.0
Fire 7.1 x64 0.0



Eman 3.40 64-bit 0.0
Stockfish 131218 64(DCT) 0.0


[/url]

Round #4 Draw---------

McCain X1 0.0
CChess_1.1 230417 x64 0.0



Stockfish 130120 64(Visvez) 0.0
Komodo 11.01 64-bit 0.0



Pariss V1 0.0
HumanEngineB151119 64-G 0.0




iCE 3.0 v658 x64 0.0
Stockfish 120520 64 (Jellou) 0.0



CorChess 6.0 140620 64. 0.0
Stockfish 150620 64 (Xoto) 0.0



Aristides 1.1 64 720gcc (std) 0.0
Stockfish 060620 64. 0.0




rofChade 2.202 NOP 0.0
Stockfish 09-02-2020 x64 0.0





Deep Synapse RZ6.5 64bit 0.0
Sf_LMR080717MZ 64-TC 0.0



Stockfish Polyglot 180320 64 0.0
Stockfish 7 64 0.0



Eman 5.60 64-bit (2bks) 0.0
ShashChess Pro 1.0 64-P 0.0





Stockfish 020520 64 (Xu) 0.0 Death #1
LousChess 210420 64-X 0.0




SugaR-NN 061119 64 0.0
SF NNUE v7 64. 0.0




BetaFish 1.2.1 64 0.0
PlayFish 041119 64 0.0




Raubfisch X42d3 x64aa 0.0
ShashChess 111219 64 NNC 0.0 Death2



S_XPro-NN 150120. 0.0
CorChess 5.0 040120 64. 0.0



Stockfish SSE 110916 0.0
Stockfish Polyglot 11 64 0.0



Cfish 8 64 POPCNT(Goby) 0.0
Laser 1.7 0.0




Fairy-Stockfish 10.3 64a 0.0
S_XPro-NN 1.0 64 (1Bk) 0.0 Death#3





S_MCTSL 220319 32. 0.0
Stockfish 050116 64(Orka) 0.0





SugaR-NN 310719 64 0.0
Stockfish 140520 64(Pro-x) 0.0 Death#4




Betafish 1.0 64 (orig) 0.0
BrainLearn 6.0 64 (sb) 0.0




Schooner 2.1 NON-POPCNT 0.0
ThinksFish 1.03a 32-bit 0.0



Stockfish 040320 64(Proton) 0.0
BrainLearn 5.2 X 64-bitxx 0.0



MateFinder 021218 64 0.0
ThinksFish 1.02 32-bit (BB) 0.0



SugaR 1.6.1 64(MCTS) 0.0
pedantFishW_2017-05-02 . 0.0




Black Diamond XR7 0.0
Raubfisch GTZ21d1 (3bks) 0.0




Nayeem 10.0 64 0.0
A-SubZero1 5.0 (XX) 0.0



BrainLearn 030619 64+B 0.0
ThinksFish 1.0.1 32-bit(ECO) 0.0 Death#




Komodo 14.1.1 64-bit 0.0
McCain X4 0.0




Stockfish 050319 64(SFGD) 0.0 Death#6
mFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0



HekaStockfish 160320 64a 0.0
CyberNez 1.0 x64. 0.0




Eman 5.62 64-bit (bks) 0.0
Stockfish 11 64. 0.0


===============================BOTTOM HALF======================================


CorChess 5.1 050320 64 0.0
Ethereal 11.25. 0.0




Raubfisch X42d2. x64 (2bks) 0.0
Fritz 17 x64 (No popcount) 0.0





Cfish 300417 64(Goby) 0.0
ExtendFish 64 0.0




ShashChess 6.2.4 64 MCTS 0.0
Brainfish 090218 64 (ECO) 0.0 Death# 7



asmFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0
Fire 5 x64 0.0




asmFishW_2018-01-22_base 0.0
Tiger SF 170620 (4bks) T 0.0 Death#8




Moonfish 130320 64 0.0
Gull x64 (syzygy) 0.0



CorChess-NN 111119 64 0.0
Stockfish XR7 FD 0.0



Bluefish XR7 FD 0.0
Raubfisch GTZ21d3 x64cc 0.0 Death#9




Symphysodon 220517 64. 0.0
Komodo64 no-sse Version 4 0.0




Toltec 180916 x64 0.0
Keyvan 2708 . 0.0



BrainLearn 7 64 (2bks) 0.0
Gull.3.1_JVx64a 0.0



Scorpio 3.07 NN wb 0.0
PeperZen1 090819 64 0.0




S_XPrO 161018 64 0.0
SF240520MZ 32 (2bks) 0.0




HumanEngine 151119 64 T 0.0
Stockfish 070120 64(Lantov) 0.0




Stockfish 040718 64Voyager 0.0
Honey XI-r1 0.0




Brainfish 080219 64. 0.0
SugaR RC1 64. 0.0





Blue Honey XR7 FD 0.0
Stockfish 7a Ltb x64 (Lbase) 0.0




ShashChess 11.0 64(Petro) 0.0 Death #10
SugaR PrO rP 64 0.0





Peper 7.7.7 64 (2bks) 0.0
HIARCS 13.1 MP x32 0.0




Brainfish 210520 64 (sb) 0.0
BrainLearn 8.0 64 (2bks) 0.0



Matrix R x64Bit. 0.0
SugaR-NN 260719 64 0.0




Fritz 16 w32-X 0.0
Equinox 3.30 x64mp 0.0



Stockfish MateFinder 8 64 0.0
Stockfish 311216 x32(Mingw) 0.0




Xiphos 0.6 NO-POPCNT 0.0
LeelaToga v0.21.0- -v0.5. 0.0




Brainfish 080220 64 (Bk) 0.0
Rick v48-9 0.0





Fairy-Stockfish 11 64. 0.0
Al Qahtani X1 x64. 0.0 Death#11




Stockfish 140620 64. 0.0
Stockfish X 090420 64 (2bks) 0.0 Death#12





Stockfish 300919 64(Bench) 0.0
ShashChess 7.0 64 (Tal)(MC) 0.0




Eman 4.00 64-bit 0.0
Cfish 210818 64 N 0.0



Eman 3.93 64-bit 0.0
Fire 7.1 x64 0.0



Eman 3.40 64-bit 0.0
Stockfish 131218 64(DCT) 0.0
by supersharp77
on Fri Oct 09, 2020 7:16 am
 
Search in: Engine Tests
Topic: 2020 World KO Engines Champs Rd 3 Draw...
Replies: 2
Views: 372

Goi opening book

kramnik wrote:https://chess.massimilianogoi.com/shop/goiopeningbook/

9/3/2020, book updated:

- Goi.bin 389 MB

- Goi.ctg 1.23 GB - positions 18.773.469


September, 4 2020: In this update many lines for Black for the Semi-Slav and the Four Knights Opening have been fixed, plus alot of games have been added.

By now the lines for any opening up to the 10th move are so accurate that I can tell this book is not anymore only adviced for blitz games but for correspondence chess too, if you strictly follow the green moves (CTG version). In facts I have checked them and fixed them for years versus the strongest opponents books and players using a serie of always more powerful tools; the last one in this list is the stabels monster machine with the newest Stockfish and 126 threads.

I feel pretty confident to tell that the BIN version is slightly stronger because of a Fritz crazyness in which the interface makes move the engine unaccordingly to the book, while its Polyglot counterpart is directly connected to the UCI engine, therefore it forces to move with its variants. The BIN book in Droidfish is also slightly better on the first move for White as it shows the correct percentage, unlike the CTG one (this issue is present only in the White first move anyway, just set Book Randomization to 50% if you have the CTG version and you are good to go).


Move #1 stats:
Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Move1stats



Goi opens 1.c4 (English opening - A10), 1.e4 (King's pawn opening - B00) and 1.d4 (Queen's pawn opening or Queen's pawn game - A40) as White, 1 ...e5 to 1.c4 (English opening - A20), 1 ...e5 to 1.e4 (King's pawn game - C20), 1 ...Nf6 to 1.d4 (Queen's pawn game - A45), 1 ...Nf6 to 1.Nf3 (Reti opening - A05), 1 ...e5 to 1.g3 (Benko's Opening - A00), 1 ...e5 to 1.b3 (Nimzovich-Larsen attack, modern variation - A01) and 1 ...d5 to 1.f4 (Bird's opening - A03) as Black.

I've considered the Sicilian defense not enough productive as Black because the book received too many losses and the positional evaluation score was too high for the White right from the start.


A $ 30 book is a robbery, for that price you can shove your books in one place! DON's books are really worth the price, because the books are really strong and the soul is put into them.
by ChessBotWasp
on Fri Sep 04, 2020 3:08 pm
 
Search in: Opening Books
Topic: Goi opening book
Replies: 36
Views: 10763

Goi opening book

https://chess.massimilianogoi.com/shop/goiopeningbook/

9/3/2020, book updated:

- Goi.bin 389 MB

- Goi.ctg 1.23 GB - positions 18.773.469


September, 4 2020: In this update many lines for Black for the Semi-Slav and the Four Knights Opening have been fixed, plus alot of games have been added.

By now the lines for any opening up to the 10th move are so accurate that I can tell this book is not anymore only adviced for blitz games but for correspondence chess too, if you strictly follow the green moves (CTG version). In facts I have checked them and fixed them for years versus the strongest opponents books and players using a serie of always more powerful tools; the last one in this list is the stabels monster machine with the newest Stockfish and 126 threads.

I feel pretty confident to tell that the BIN version is slightly stronger because of a Fritz crazyness in which the interface makes move the engine unaccordingly to the book, while its Polyglot counterpart is directly connected to the UCI engine, therefore it forces to move with its variants. The BIN book in Droidfish is also slightly better on the first move for White as it shows the correct percentage, unlike the CTG one (this issue is present only in the White first move anyway, just set Book Randomization to 50% if you have the CTG version and you are good to go).


Move #1 stats:
Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Move1stats



Goi opens 1.c4 (English opening - A10), 1.e4 (King's pawn opening - B00) and 1.d4 (Queen's pawn opening or Queen's pawn game - A40) as White, 1 ...e5 to 1.c4 (English opening - A20), 1 ...e5 to 1.e4 (King's pawn game - C20), 1 ...Nf6 to 1.d4 (Queen's pawn game - A45), 1 ...Nf6 to 1.Nf3 (Reti opening - A05), 1 ...e5 to 1.g3 (Benko's Opening - A00), 1 ...e5 to 1.b3 (Nimzovich-Larsen attack, modern variation - A01) and 1 ...d5 to 1.f4 (Bird's opening - A03) as Black.

I've considered the Sicilian defense not enough productive as Black because the book received too many losses and the positional evaluation score was too high for the White right from the start.
by kramnik
on Fri Sep 04, 2020 9:34 am
 
Search in: Opening Books
Topic: Goi opening book
Replies: 36
Views: 10763

The Eight (The Eight #1) by Katherine Neville

Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Img_2266

The Eight (The Eight #1) by Katherine Neville

PDf:
https://www.up-4ever.org/475bxycidbhv
OR
https://mega4up.com/hffvckk8iv0c
by Gag
on Sun Aug 09, 2020 8:38 am
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: The Eight (The Eight #1) by Katherine Neville
Replies: 0
Views: 106

My Uploads - Huge Chess Material

qwerty wrote:Bombastic Bird #1 - https://mega4up.com/c4o57jl8wl7i
                     #2 - https://mega4up.com/iacm49hwwzbx
Is this the full CBFT or SDVL ?


it is mp4
by SBlex
on Mon Jun 29, 2020 9:45 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: My Uploads - Huge Chess Material
Replies: 5
Views: 877

My Uploads - Huge Chess Material

Bombastic Bird #1 - https://mega4up.com/c4o57jl8wl7i
                     #2 - https://mega4up.com/iacm49hwwzbx
Is this the full CBFT or SDVL ?
by qwerty
on Mon Jun 29, 2020 6:53 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: My Uploads - Huge Chess Material
Replies: 5
Views: 877

Jacob Agaard Gambit Guide, Video Courses

Hi guys today sharing you with Jacob Agaarads Mega Bundle of Gambit Guide, so it is divided in two parts one in 1.e4 lines and other are 1.c4, 1.d4 and etc
So today I am sharing 1.e4 one, which has total 51 dvds so I will upload 5 parts each one consisting 10dvds


1.e4 #1 - 1-10 - http://khabarbabal.online/file/NmMwYm

Regards to original uploaders,
Original file is of 6.02 GB in immortal forum, but I will upload it in parts
by SBlex
on Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:38 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: Jacob Agaard Gambit Guide, Video Courses
Replies: 7
Views: 959

My Uploads - Huge Chess Material

New Uploads

Chess Informats - https://mega4up.com/41y7ekm88v2q

1000+ Chess Databases (PGN) - https://mega4up.com/jmvfi69b4ncd

Evans Gambit (My Personal Repertoire) - https://mega4up.com/4i3wf5csmvfl

Bombastic Bird #1 - https://mega4up.com/c4o57jl8wl7i
                     #2 - https://mega4up.com/iacm49hwwzbx

Attacking the Long Castled King, Valeri Lilov - https://mega4up.com/8bmzhxogcr6w

Attacking the Short Castled King, Valeri Lilov - https://mega4up.com/o5d0yk8ngpjw

Beat London System (My Personal Repertoire) - https://mega4up.com/omuvmtos5mon

Jacob Agaard, Basic Positional Ideas - http://khabarbabal.online/file/MmUxMj


Pass would be, SBlex or SBlex The Great
Regards, Original Uploaders
by SBlex
on Mon Jun 29, 2020 3:14 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: My Uploads - Huge Chess Material
Replies: 5
Views: 877

I Became an IM - The Bulmaga Method

noname2003 wrote:Hello,  the last file isn't working


All 3 links are working I just checked. Do what I said above in my post...do this yourself and I guarantee it will work it only takes a few seconds.

For each one of the 3 links in Jiri's post #1 do this:

1) first copy the link (right click and copy) then paste the link into a word document or somewhere.
2) Now manually remove/delete the adfly/spam bit from the start of the link to leave just the real zippy link starting with "https://www76.zippyshare.com......etc
3) Now copy the real zippy link into a new browser and it will work.
by gambit_man
on Thu May 21, 2020 11:32 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: I Became an IM - The Bulmaga Method
Replies: 13
Views: 1926

IM ANDREY OSTROVSKI TUESDAY TRAINING

Thanks for your sharing.

I downloaded the Training Tuesday Fischer and the Ruy Lopez #1, after merging the file, I could not find the extension of the file whether it's rar, zip, MP4 or whatever.

Can you help? Thanks.
by dtbk
on Thu Apr 30, 2020 7:58 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: IM ANDREY OSTROVSKI TUESDAY TRAINING
Replies: 3
Views: 1217

Immortalchess Is Back

IM SURE I WELL RECEIVE LOTS OF MINUSES FIR THIS BUT WHY HAS A GREAT FORUM BECOME AS A KINDERGARTEN WITH SO MANY CHILDISH POSTS ?
CheesGod HAS GIVEN YOU A GREAT PLACE HERE AND HAS TRIED / IS TRYING TO REESTABLISH WHAT WAS THE #1 FORUM AGAIN AND YOU LOT ACCT LIKE SQUABBLING UNGRATEFUL BRATS ,,, WHICH IS WHAT STARTED TO HAPPEN ON Immortal forum BEFORE IT ENDED ...SMALL CLICKS OF SWOLLEN HEADED FOOLS THAT WOULD NOT TOLERATES OTHERS HAVING POINTS OF VIEWS THAT DIFFERED FROM THEIRS
LET Chessgod do what he can in his own time and appreciate what we have here please
by tishanddash
on Wed Oct 16, 2019 3:36 am
 
Search in: Announcements
Topic: Immortalchess Is Back
Replies: 272
Views: 43373

Advanced Chess Tactics - Lev Psakhis

XChess1971 wrote:Anybody has this advanced chess tactics? Thanks in advance!


???

The zippyshare link in post #1 is well alive.

What is your question supposed to mean?

Can't you read properly or are you too lazy to skip through the thread and search for a working link?

Unbelievable!

schachuzipus
by schachuzipus
on Mon Sep 23, 2019 8:25 am
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: Advanced Chess Tactics - Lev Psakhis
Replies: 10
Views: 4692

¿Que libro de ajedrez quieren?

Ignoremos al troll eso es lo mejor en estos casos como dice aqui:
http://www.chessgod101.com/t9170-que-es-un-troll-en-internet

capablack wrote:¿Que libro de ajedrez quieren?

Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Los-mejores-libros-ajedrez-300x217

El titulo lo dice todo, si alguien quiere un libro pidalo aqui si yo lo tengo es suyo y si alguien mas lo tiene tambien lo puede compartir.
Una tercera opcion es comprarlo en grupo y escanearlo.
Bueno piensenlo alli le dejo la idea.

PD: Yo tambien pedire el libro que quiero


En lugar de eso hay temas importantes como la falta de libros nuevos por eso he credo este tema.
Como dice en el, post #1 si alguien tenemos tres opciones: Yo quiero poner enfasis en la tercera opcion: Formar un grupo entre los interesados para comprarlo, luego escanearlo y compartirlo entre los aportantes.

Saludos
by capablack
on Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:03 am
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: ¿Que libro de ajedrez quieren?
Replies: 21
Views: 7874

Naiditsch’s Tournament Preparation Guide – The Naiditsch Method

ChessCaissa wrote:NEW LIVE LINK:
zippyshare.com/v/CCbO7Av7/file.html

Password: CAISSA


thank you for this upload, just wanted to point out that upload contains Naiditsch Method 2, not #1 Very Happy
by rook69
on Fri May 17, 2019 12:43 pm
 
Search in: General
Topic: Naiditsch’s Tournament Preparation Guide – The Naiditsch Method
Replies: 36
Views: 9417

Tactics Training - Judit Polgar: How to improve your Chess with Judit Polgar and become a Chess Tactics Master by Frank Erwich

PDF (9.4 mb):
zippyshare.com/v/upgyifcd/file.html
http://rgho.st/6Tgsyg6kt

Thanks to the original uploader! sunny

Judit Polgar is known for her aggressive chess style, which makes her a perfect role model for this tactics training series. One hundred training exercises are offered, in which the strongest female chess player in the world blows her opponents off the board with sparkling tactics. The puzzles start at a moderate level, and then gradually get more difficult. Are you up for the challenge? Judit Polgar (1976) is regarded as the strongest female chess player in history. For more than 25 years (1989-2015) she was ranked #1 in the Women's World Rankings. In 2005 Polgar became # 8 of the world, which was her highest ranking on the Men's Rating List.

About the author (2016)
Frank Erwich (1984) is an experienced (national) chess coach in the Netherlands, winner of twelve Dutch national youth championships and has a Master's Degree in Psychology.

Bibliographic information
QR code for Tactics Training - Judit Polgar
Title Tactics Training - Judit Polgar: How to improve your Chess with Judit Polgar and become a Chess Tactics Master
Author Frank Erwich
Publisher New In Chess, 2016
ISBN 905691670X, 9789056916701
by ChessCaissa
on Thu Apr 04, 2019 8:56 am
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: Tactics Training - Judit Polgar: How to improve your Chess with Judit Polgar and become a Chess Tactics Master by Frank Erwich
Replies: 5
Views: 2990

LEARN CHESS THE RIGHT WAY

Hello my friends. I'm looking for vol 4and 5 of this series which are very good. Please if you have these two books upload that ,pleassee.many many thanks.



The Polgar Way to Better Chess!



Learn Chess the Right Way is a five-volume chess puzzle book series aimed at the novice, beginner and intermediate level player, using the unique methods of the award-winning coach and former world champion Susan Polgar. It introduces the most important checkmate and material-winning tactics, as well as defensive techniques to the new chess player. Each of the five volumes consist of over 500 puzzles.

Book 5 focuses on learning how to find the right continuation in critical positions of a chess game. In the first four books of this series, the reader was introduced to all the most important, basic elements of chess tactics to win material or to checkmate.



The first part of this book includes learning about special, more advanced themes such as “Zugzwang,” “Intermediate Moves,” and “Pawn Power.” Building on the knowledge acquired throughout this book series, in the second part of this volume, the reader can practice on familiar patterns. However, just as in the real game situation, there will be no hint which patterns to look for.



The goal is simple. Find a way to either checkmate or gain material. In most of the puzzles, you will need to think 2-4 pairs of moves ahead to find the correct solution.

With over 40 years of experience as a world-class player and coach, international grandmaster Susan Polgar has developed the most effective way to help young players and beginners – Learn Chess the Right Way. Let her show you the way to understanding the most common and critical patterns and let her show you the way to becoming a better player.
About the Author
SUSAN POLGAR is a winner of four Women’️s World Championships and the top-ranked woman chess player in the United States. She became the #1 woman player in the world at 15 and remained in the top 3 for over 20 years. In 2013, she received the U.S. Coach of the Year Award and the following year, she was named the Chess Trainer of the Year by the International Chess Federation (FIDE). Under her guidance, SPICE chess teams at both Texas Tech University and Webster University have won a combined six consecutive National Division I Collegiate Chess Championships.
by mohammad mehdi khoshouei
on Wed Mar 27, 2019 1:19 pm
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: LEARN CHESS THE RIGHT WAY
Replies: 3
Views: 1213

Improving the Endgame Technique: Same-Colored Bishop Endgames (Book 1) by Valery Aveskulov (Author), Dmytro Kharuzin (Illustrator), Roman Jiganchine (Editor)

adnan wrote:Thanks a lot, this was book #1,  is there book # 2?


Here is book 2, PDF plus PGN:
http://rgho.st/6Pysl4KqQ

Password: CAISSA

Thanks to the original uploader at Immortalchess.net and also to the producer of the two PGN versions (I seem to recall that it was kingfisher6.) sunny
I do not remember whether this PDF was produced from the Kindle edition or from Forward Chess. If so, perhaps the original uploader was gambit_man, so big thanks to him! sunny

Being an adherent of Mark Dvoretsky's method of coaching, I support his idea about the optimal way to study chess endgames. First, one needs to study the theory of a given type of endgame; secondly, a player needs to improve his or her practical skills with exercises. Nowadays, it is not a secret, that a lot of players ignore studying endgames. But since you are already reading this text, you are not one of them. Evidently, the question, that forced you to find this e-book, is "how to improve one's endgame skills?". You have already found some good books on the endgames and probably have read some of them, but you have an understandable fear, that when this or that endgame happens in your own game, you can forget most of what you have read. So, the next step is to turn the adopted knowledge from above-mentioned books and other sources - into your unconscious knowledge. Remember, that modern time controls do not give a chance to think deeply when you get to the endgame. Intuition plays a primary role in such conditions. Geniuses already have a good intuition, the rest of us should train a lot!
This e-book will provide you with a lot of exercises to achieve the goal. You will see both simple basic things and then more and more difficult examples, in which even deep analysis does not answer the question of “is this winning or drawn?”. Most examples in the book were given to author's students during the lessons and together they have been finding more and more improvements, interesting ideas, refutations and so on. The e-book provides quite a good quality of analytics, since hours were spent for most of examples. But even considering this, you can read there, that holes are possible. Author does not claim to close the topic; he just opens the veil of OCBE, shares his thoughts and gives concrete advice about how to take decisions in OCBE.
After reading this e-book you will definitely feel a desire to enter to OCBE much more frequently than you used to do earlier!

Product details
File Size: 19138 KB
Print Length: 468 pages
Publication Date: June 21, 2018
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
by ChessCaissa
on Mon Mar 25, 2019 8:11 am
 
Search in: Chess Books
Topic: Improving the Endgame Technique: Same-Colored Bishop Endgames (Book 1) by Valery Aveskulov (Author), Dmytro Kharuzin (Illustrator), Roman Jiganchine (Editor)
Replies: 11
Views: 2672

Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
apucaya wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile


#1 is already uploaded.
Check out http://www.chessgod101.com/t7535-punishing-positional-mistakes-part-1-arne-jochens


Yes, it has been uploaded but there is no way to download the video (at least from my end). May we request for a download link for 1 and 3? Thank you! cheers
by orlyboy
on Sun Jan 20, 2019 10:28 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
Replies: 20
Views: 3693

Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

apucaya wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile


#1 is already uploaded.
Check out http://www.chessgod101.com/t7535-punishing-positional-mistakes-part-1-arne-jochens
by NorwayChess
on Sun Jan 20, 2019 3:45 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
Replies: 20
Views: 3693

Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have {#}3{/#} and {#}1{/#} that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile
by Guest
on Sun Jan 20, 2019 12:50 am
 
Search in: General
Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
Replies: 20
Views: 3693

Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 1 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Big Thanks for that, waiting for the third part
by Amelung
on Fri Jan 18, 2019 1:29 pm
 
Search in: General
Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
Replies: 20
Views: 3693

Back to top

Page 1 of 2 1, 2  Next

Jump to: