Doom Index

Class: A
Classsort descending Topics Title
A Praxis Club Games - Andrew Pickering at work
A Tactics Preparation for Combinations
A Praxis Lessons from Tartakower
A Praxis Lessons from Petrosian
A Strategy Space and potential (mud, mud, glorious mud)
A Openings The Deadly English
A The Closed Sicilian
A Praxis Dr.Dave's Adventures at East Devon 2016
A Praxis Steve Homer at work
A Praxis Dr.Dave's Adventures at East Devon, 2014
A Strategy Who's afraid of the Big Bad Minority attack?
A Praxis Meat and potatoes
A Openings You know when you've been Benko'd
A Openings Spanish Torture? The Ruy Lopez
A Endings Double Bishop Endgames
A Praxis Chunking in patterns of GM thought
A Strategy On manoeuvres
A Strategy New starting formations (Tabi'at)
A Openings Taimanov's Legacy
A Praxis Dr.Dave's Further Adventures at East Devon
A Endings How to mate with Bishop and Knight
Class: B
Classsort descending Topics Title
B Openings The Bogoljubow Paradox
B Praxis Dr.Dave's Adventures at East Devon, 2000
B Endings Bishop Endgames
B Endings Basic Rook Endgames
B Openings Slav or Semi?
B Openings The Ideas behind the English Opening
B Openings Five Sicilians from club play
B Openings The Ideas behind the King's Gambit
B Strategy Weak squares
B Openings SuperMac!
B Endings Studies and problems
B Praxis Club Games - Mark Blackmore on a roll
B Praxis Club Games - Steve Webb at work
B Openings The Variations of the King's Gambit
B Praxis Lessons from Rubinstein
B Endings Two weaknesses
B Praxis Lessons from Larsen
B Strategy Doubled c-Pawns
B Openings The London System
B Praxis Lessons from Capablanca
B Attack The Theory of Steinitz
B Strategy Bishops: good, bad and both.
B Openings The Hypermodern Approach
B Openings Dr.Dave's Adventures with the Blackmar-Diemer Gambit
B Openings The Ideas Behind the Modern Defence
B Strategy Planning
B Openings The Modern Italian Game
B Praxis Contempt for Pawns
B Strategy Mysterious moves
B Strategy The Queen's-side attack
B Attack Capablanca - Master of the Attack
B Tactics Strategy and Tactics
B Strategy Pawn mobility
B Openings The Queen's Gambit Accepted/Isolated Queen's Pawn
B Openings The Sicilian Defence
B Praxis Lessons from Lasker
B Openings The French 'Little Centre'
Class: C
Classsort descending Topics Title
C Strategy Weak pawns
C Benonis
C Openings The Petroff Defence for Beginners
C The Solid Sicilian
C Openings Beating the Anti-Indians
C Endings Ruy Lopez, Exchange Variation: White wins
C Strategy Pawn formations
C Openings The secret arts of castling
C Openings The Caro-Kann
C Openings Playing Black against Queen's-Pawn Openings (3): without c2-c4
C Praxis Lessons from Bobby Fischer
C Openings Tales of the Unexpected: dealing with Unorthodox Openings
C Tactics Blunders at East Devon
C Praxis Lessons from Mikhail Tal
C Openings Playing White against odd Black defences after 1.e4
C Strategy Schematic thinking
C Endings A Rook Ending: Capablanca-Janowsky
C Openings The Colle System
C Strategy Opposite-coloured Bishops in the endgame and the middle-game
C Openings Moller
C Openings Playing Black against Queen's-Pawn Openings (1) Cambridge Springs
C Attack The Very Slow King's-side Attack
C Strategy Exchanging to Win
C Praxis Chess with Attitude
C Endings Rook Endings in Practice
C Openings Playing Black against Queen's-Pawn Openings
C Praxis Compensation for material?
C Openings The French Defence for Beginners II: Key Variations
C Openings Playing White against odd Black defences after 1.e4 (3)
C Openings Custer's Last Stand
C Openings Gambits
C Openings Playing Black against Queen's-Pawn Openings (2): Semi-Slav and Exchange
C Openings Playing White against odd Black defences after 1.e4 (1)
C Openings Playing White against odd Black defences after 1.e4 (2)
C Openings The Dutch Stonewall
C Praxis Chess style
C Praxis Safe and solid?
C Openings The Swiss Defence
Class: D
Classsort descending Topics Title
D Strategy Kings and Queens
D Openings Nineteenth-Century Openings
D Openings A first opening repertoire
D Openings Playing 1.d4 for juniors
D Endings Mate with the Two Bishops
D Endings Mate with Two Bishops
D Tactics Essential checkmate patterns
D Strategy Rooks on ranks and files
D Endings MiddleGame Endings and Endgame Openings
D Openings Playing Black against King's-Pawn Openings (1.e4)
D Openings No More Old Stodge!
D Openings The Italian Game for beginners
D Endings Rook Endings in Theory
D Praxis General Middlegame Advice
D Strategy The Fianchetto: a user's guide
D Praxis Bruce Rowston at work
D Praxis Lessons from Morphy
D Openings Minor Opening Mistakes
D Praxis A disaster in the Stonewall
D Openings The Ulvestad Variation of the Two Knights' Defence
D Endings Outside passed Pawns
D Endings General advice on the endgame
D Endings Exchanging into King Endings
D Endings Queen against Pawn
D Endings Winning a drawn endgame
D Praxis Cool Tips
D Openings Choosing an Opening Repertoire
D Strategy Knight outposts
D Openings No more Old Stodge! (2)
D Tactics Lessons in Philidor's Defence
D Tactics Get your eye in -- basic practice in noticing attacks
D Attack Attacking the castled King
D Tactics Vukovic's mates
D Openings Four Choices in the Opening
D Openings The French Defence for Beginners I: Key Ideas
D Tactics A course in chess tactics
D Openings Ten rules for the opening
D Tactics Upon the pin
D Openings Minor Openings
Class: G
Classsort descending Topics Title
G misc Morphy vs Steinitz
G Praxis Lessons from Judit Polgar
G Praxis Lessons from Anand
G techie 404 Not found
G techie 403 Forbidden
G Openings Opening workshop 2018 part 2
G Openings Opening workshop 2018
G style Lessons from Boris Spassky
G style Lessons from Karpov
G Praxis Lessons from Kramnik
G Praxis Lessons from Carlsen
G misc Exeter Club Championship & Rapidplay Tournament 2012-2013
G Praxis Club competitions
G Praxis Exeter Chess Club RAPIDPLAY Championship 2016-17
G Praxis Exeter Chess Club Championship 2016-17
G misc Said the Elephant to the Bishop...
G Coaching Free chess coaching videos online
G Praxis Club Championship 2015/16
G Endings Who would win in a fight between a lion and a bear? (endgame fortresses)
G Tactics Blunder-proofing your game
G misc The chess family tree
G Openings Openings Workshop 2013
G misc Duck Chess
G Openings ECO Opening codes: list with variation names
G misc Going back in time
G Strategy Middlegame gym
G Praxis Lucky escapes
G misc An ABC of chess
G Praxis Random Chess Advice
G Praxis Club games
G Tactics Shredder/Chess Tutor Daily Chess Puzzle (IFRAME)
G misc Chess Coaching Summer 2011 (updated 23rd August)
G Tactics Erro ergo sum: analysis and error
G Praxis What's wrong with club players? An MOT for us all
G Praxis How do Chess-Players Think?
G Tactics The Improving Annotator
G The Art of Analysis
G misc How to play chess
G misc PDF versions of handouts
G Praxis Exeter Chess Club Simul 1995
G misc Chess Notation
G Praxis What makes a difference?
G Praxis Shakespeare Annotates
G Praxis Is there luck in chess?
G Praxis Two Open Games
G Tactics Visualization/Analysis in Chess
G Praxis Clock control
G misc Levels ratings and grades
G Praxis A chess glossary
G Praxis Assess Your Chess
G Praxis The Art of Analysis, Part 2
G Tactics Practical Tactics
G Openings A la carte
G books CHRISTMAS BOOK REVIEW: last minute gifts for the unimproved player
G misc Play through PGN collections
G Praxis Why do we lose?
G Coaching Book review: Danger in chess - Avni
G Coaching Chess and Psychology
G Praxis The Great BICS Internet Chess Match
G Coaching Coaching Summer 2014
G Praxis Time trouble
G Openings Opening Workshop 2015
G Praxis DGT XL clocks
G misc This page intentionally left blank
G Lessons in Philidor's Defence - live action version
G Praxis Exeter Club Championship Rapidplay Tournament 2013-2014
G techie a Perl script to convert FEN chess positions to human-readable diagrams
G misc Knight's Tour
G Dr.Dave's Adventures at East Devon, 2013
G Praxis The Art of Analysis, Part 1
G Endings Passed Pawn Pandemonium
G Tactics Tim's Tactics
G blog Test Theme Page
G misc Semi-Random Baseline Chess
G Praxis Club Championship 2014/15
G Praxis To take is a mistake - tension in the chess position
G Praxis The pieces at their best