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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 !

Openings most analyzed :

Traxler counter-attack   ,   Latvian gambit   ,   Kingston defense

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[Apr 18]     Piotr Wiaderek :     e4 e5 Bc4 Nf6 Qe2 Bc5 c3
[Apr 18]     Jordi Domingo :     d4 d5 c4 dxc4 Nf3 c5 Nc3
[Apr 18]     Emile Trigance :     e4 c5 d4 cxd4 Bd3 Nc6 a3 g6 Nf3 ...
[Apr 18]     Mateia Benone :     g3 d5 Bg2 c6 e3 e5 d3 Nf6 f3 Bd6 ...
[Apr 18]     Jose Ortiz :     g3 d5 Bg2 c6 e3 e5 d3 Nf6 f3 Bd6

Last lines created :

[Apr 18]     Piotr Wiaderek :     e4 e5 Bc4 Nf6 Qe2 Bc5 c3
[Apr 18]     Jordi Domingo :     d4 d5 c4 dxc4 Nf3 c5 Nc3
[Apr 18]     Emile Trigance :     e4 c5 d4 cxd4 Bd3 Nc6 a3 g6 Nf3 ...
[Apr 18]     Jose Ortiz :     g3 d5 Bg2 c6 e3 e5 d3 Nf6 f3 Bd6
[Apr 18]     Jose Ortiz :     e4 e5 Nf3 Nc6 c3 Nf6 d3 a5 Bd2 ...

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[Sep 20]     Thibault de Vassal :     A. Anderssen - L. Kieseritzky (Immortal ...

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.

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Finally, chess may be compared to some of the popular eSports. The most common comparison is with the game Starcraft, where the player has to be both strategic and quick-minded. The eSport scene have grown in a rapid pace the last years and nowadays the major offline events are very common.

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Marciz, Alexander     (RUS)        [member # 11810]

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