Chess is a game of strategy and smarts, so it doesn’t actually matter how experienced your opponent is: If you can out-think them to the very last move, you can claim a victory every time. Here are just five questions to ponder during your next chess game. Which Game Are You Playing? Chess actually has three games in one. The opening game involves your first few moves and can immediately establish yourself as an offensive or defensive player. You can also win or lose in the opening. So be watchful! The middle
Let’s say you want to use the clock for USCF tournament with 1st time control 30 moves in 90 minutes, 2nd time control, Game in 60 minute, all with a 5 second delay. Setting time controls that work for USCF tournaments is a bit tricky on the Garde clock, until you know what you’re looking for. On Page 8 of the manual, there is a Preset 10. This Bronstein method is not the same as delay, but is for the most part equivalent. It adds the delay after your move for the next move. So
BROOKLYN CASTLE from Rescued Media on Vimeo. Amidst financial crises and unprecedented public school budget cuts I.S. 318 in Brooklyn, New York has assembled the best junior high chess team in the nation. Brooklyn Castle follows five chess team members for one year, and documents their challenges and triumphs both on and off the chessboard. See the full write up here ChessHouse and Chess4Life are helping fund the movie due out in 2012.