Category Archives: English Defence

Czech Open A 2013 Rd7-IM Kislik E(USA)

TWIC 977 Pardubice Gallery
IM Kislik(USA) has been based in Hungary for several years now. This is his instructive round 7 victory. IMs Kislik and Battey(USA) are two of a handful of foreign players based in Hungary.

Hard thinking


US results
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SNo Name FIDE FED Pts.
57 IM Smith Bryan 2456 USA 5
91 WGM Nemcova Katerina 2382 USA 4
109 IM Kislik Erik Andrew 2345 USA 5
125 IM Battey Alexander 2304 USA 4.5



Kislik,E (2345) – Sochacki,C (2459)
English Defence 4…f5[A40]
Czech Open A 2013
Pardubice CZE (7.40), 25.07.2013

Position 1
The technical phase has began as white has a clear extra pawn. What do you recommend for white?

White to Play

30…Rc8
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Budapest TCh 2012-13 Monday League Rd6 Feb 4 2013

I drew my game and was lucky not to lose as my opponent showed me too much respect.

RAC played UKSE in a 6 board team match(unrated).

One of our players did not show up. When I left, RAC had 2 wins and 2 draws with our board 1 still playing trying to grind out a g3 Queen’s Indian with a space advantage.

I played rather horribly and on the walk back to the metro with my teammates I walked right into a low-hanging street sign and gave my head a good bashing which caused a good burst of laughter. Such was my evening.

The only good thing (apart from not losing) about the day was that before the round I found a little used book shop and bought two cheap Hungarian chess books.

Here’s the game.

Yip,M (2062) – Rinyu,J (1996)
English Defence[A40]
BTCH Div IV (6), 04.02.2013

Position 1
White is fully committed to a kingside attack having just sacrificed the a-pawn  after 26…Qxa4. How should white continue the attack?

White to Play

26…Qxa4