Hello ChessMood Family!
Welcome to the Best Games of May contest.
Under this post, we invite you to post your best games that you will play in May.
The Prize fund is 650K Moodcoins which is equal to 650$.
The 1st prize - 200k
The 2nd prize -150k
The 3rd prize- 120k
The 4th prize - 100k
The 5th prize - 75k
The winners of April's contest are:
1st place - Keok Woltek
2nd place- Dark Lord
3rd place - Abhi Yadav
4rd place- Fahad Rahman
5th place - Sriram M
Good luck with your games and keep the Right Mood!
#Right Mood - Right Move
Dear pro members I just now heard the good news I qualified for the second title in cc. The Correspondence Chess Master title. Great thanks to the Grandmasters of chessmood who helped me greatly with my repertoire. The videos was of great assistance.
I believe I found my own voice.Also watch this space my target is the IM cc title.
I have started to record a new course. How to play against Petroff Defense.
The 1st section is ready
Avetik "Petroff Crusher" Grigoryan
P.S Until we don't finish with all sections, please don't write about of Nc5 line or what if Black goes 0-0-0 :)
At the same time feel free to ask your questions about the uploaded section.
For me I just love Fischer. It made me cry for more than an hr when I saw "Pawn sacrifice" and " Fischer Against the World". I was playing North Zone University event and my friend asked me to show the movie Pawn Sacrifice. I showed him and he watched it and when it was in the very end. I left the room and it was night and I was on street crying.
I only analised his few games like Game of the Century but I dont know I am very connected with him and his attitude. I do studied 18 hours a day in order to get a level of 1600 in just 2 month from beginner.
I just love him. I miss him.
He is my idol. He inspired me to study whole day.
The interesting this about me I am emotional but I dont cry so easily. Even when someone die I don't feel tears. For example when my grandmaa died I did not felt cry but when I think of him I feel cry. Because the first game video I saw was him and he was playing Suzen (Bc4 setup f4 f5 plans I think) against Najdrof.
For me if I see any chess player die no matter what's their age is. I just feel like cry.
I just dont wanna see any chess player die before the age of 100.
When we do chess puzzles in a book are we supposed to time ourselves and if we don’t solve the puzzle by that time look at the solution, or stay concentrated on that puzzle until we physically come up with the solution? What is the correct way? I myself always want to solve it myself without looking but many puzzles escape me.
Hello guys as everyone knows how coronavirus is spreading which makes tournament cancel atleast for 3 months which means online chess is the only way but we don't get as strong players with long time control right? So as I read in the famous book "Who Moved My Chesse" [Suggested by Avetik sir in Facebook group] we need to sniff the danger and find new ways so I decided to create a new club In chess.com for players 1800+ in fide and started to play tournament yesterday was our first tournament where we even have a 2723 playing . So it will be great if you can also join the club. Thanks in advance