Chess links week roundup #45/2009

As you – readers of this blog – know, one of a weekend days is dedicated to regular weekend tactic puzzle. Usually it is Saturday. But as weekend consists of two free days for most of us, I was thinking about publishing a more or less regular post also on Sunday. And as a theme for these posts I chose weekly selection of links from chess blog I read regularly.

OK, let’s start with the first edition now!

Chess master of bust published three nice videos of the simul of former chess world champion Garry Kasparov which was held in Antwerp this October. It is interesting to see Kasparov in action again and if you want to improve your chess ending skills, then you should watch these videos carefully.

The latest experience of Rolling Pawn with the Moscow variant of Sicilan (1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 d6 3. Bb5) has been described in his post about the last round of the tournament organized by his club.

Chessex started to try KIA opening as white. He posted two games of him, so if you are interested in gaining some experiences about this particular opening you can read A KIA game played yesterday and Another game using KIA posts on his blog.

Have you read anything interesting on chess blogs last week? You can share the links in the comments section below.

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