Originally posted by vzografosHere is one:
Do you know of any websites with comprehensive chess openings (and possibly some commenting on them)?
I use chessops and the chess openings explorer from chessgames.com but they are rather limited.
I used to use the chess database from chessbase but their recent UI re-incarnation is rather poor. It is easier for that matter to search on the openning ...[text shortened]... ather not touch a chess engine during gameplay (one can get tempted ).
So any suggestions?
Originally posted by sonhouseI like the "Play like a GrandMaster" link they have. I played Portisch - Petrosion 1964 on the white side and score 41.33% which is a surprise... I must have seen the game somewhere before without knowing it.
Here is one:
Originally posted by tharkeshtimeforchess.com/gamesexplorer
www.365chess.com/opening.php seems to have a larger collection of games then www.chessgames.com/perl/explorer
but, as i just found out, http://www.chess.com/explorer/ has still the largest of the three above.
they are quick to use for opening repertoires, but actually i also wonder, whether there exist better options out there.
someone know ...[text shortened]... e a game browser i never managed to find? and i mean some gamebrowser that is not called 'gp'