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T. Cookson, 2236
V. Perevozchikov, 2243

1/2-1/2

See game 143653




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Wikichess is an open chess repertoire. Anyone can contribute by submitting or modifying articles. Each chess position could be explained and related (who played it first, what are the good moves then and why, what are white chances...)

Here you'll learn from experienced correspondence chess players. Each article can be updated by a same level or stronger player than previously (or by the last contributor himself).

At last, members can search all games played on FICGS matching with any line in the repertoire. Feel free to register (it's free), and help us to build the largest chess repertoire !



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[May 21]     Stepan Pech :     e4 e6 d4 d5 Nc3 Nf6 e5 Nfd7 f4 ...
[May 21]     Guy Cesbron :     c4 e5 Nc3 Nf6 Nf3 Nc6 e4 Bb4 d3 ...
[May 21]     John Dyson :     e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 Bb5 a6 Ba4 Nf6 d3 ...
[May 21]     Darren DiAlfonso :     e4 e5 f4 exf4 Nf3 g5 h4 g4 Ne5 ...
[May 21]     Jiri Mach :     d4 d5 Nf3 Nf6 e3 e6 Bd3 c5 b3 ...



Last lines created :


[May 21]     Stepan Pech :     e4 e6 d4 d5 Nc3 Nf6 e5 Nfd7 f4 ...
[May 21]     Guy Cesbron :     c4 e5 Nc3 Nf6 Nf3 Nc6 e4 Bb4 d3 ...
[May 21]     John Dyson :     e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 Bb5 a6 Ba4 Nf6 d3 ...
[May 21]     Darren DiAlfonso :     e4 e5 f4 exf4 Nf3 g5 h4 g4 Ne5 ...
[May 21]     Jiri Mach :     d4 d5 Nf3 Nf6 e3 e6 Bd3 c5 b3 ...



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At the highest level, most moves are produced by the alliance human-machine, correspondence chess players being helped in their games by databases & chess engines like Stockfish, Komodo or Houdini (formerly Chessbase engines starting with Rybka, Fritz, Shredder, Deep Junior and so on).

Google Deepmind's AlphaZero could bring new ideas and evaluations in our chess opening books within a few years but chess theory is solid and should resist to A.I. attacks for a while. Meanwhile, we still can use it in our games without any fear.

There is no such wiki available for the game of Go as the lines are not linear as in chess, of course there can't be one for gambling games like poker texas hold'em, omaha 8 or blackjack as well but there are numerous websites where players give advice on how to play these games, also you may find odds calculators on many poker blogs, other gambling websites and casino forums that can also help you to find the most trustable and the best casino online & all over the world.


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Zidu, Jan     (CZE)        [member # 1330]

Correspondence chess : 2467       GM

Ranked  #  46   in the rating list.

Rating history :   2471 2474 2463 2463 2463 2467 2467




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I am 53 years old, married, born and living in Prague - the capital of the Czech Republic. I have been playing CC since 1995. Since 2012, I have held the position of President of the Czech CCA. I got these CC/ICCF titles: IM (2005), SIM (2009) and GM (2011). My current CC/ICCF rating is 2604.


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