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About This Game This magical game of kings and queens will teach you how to play chess. Think fast and solve any math problem in no time!

Tap a chess piece to make a move. The more you play, the sooner you'll become the chess master!

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Main features of Magic Chess: favorite logic game of the Magician World; magic pieces: wizards and magical creatures; increasing level of difficulty: think through each your move; living figures with bright graphics and effects; great opportunity to train tactics and logical thinking. Fantasy creatures become alive in this world of magic and invite you to the endless journey. Start the chess game today and develop your logical thinking in order to be the next chess champion!

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Overall Reviews:. Recent Reviews:. Review Type. Date Range. Nc6 Bd5 Rf8 Bxb7 Nxb7 Rg3 Rxf7 Re3 Nd8 Re7 dxc4 White can force the exchange of Rooks with Rd1 Rd4 Rxd4 cxd4 Rxa7 with an easy win. Rd1 Ng5 Rxa7 Rxc4 Ra6 Rc2 Rxb6 c4 Kg2 Ng4 Of course moving the King out of the check to the g file is fine two, but this simplifying combination seemed simpler to me.

Rxd2 Rc6 Rc2 Magic on the Diagonals. The top U. Her most exciting victory came against Maia Chiburdanidze of Georgia, an English Opening duel between two former women's world champions. A careless pawn move allowed Polgar to cast a magical spell along the long diagonal a1-h8 with spectacular sacrifices. Polgar - Chiburdanidze. Nf3 Nf6 2. Qc2 5. Qxc3 c5 7.

Bb2 d6 9. Bb7 Rg1 e5 Bh3 Nf4 Provoking the next mistake. Fatally weakening the long diagonal. The queen on c3 supported by the bishop on b2 can now "look" as far as the square h8. After the correct The knight sacrifice, opening the long diagonal, had to be calculated accurately.

Obviously, after Qxf4 wins. But after Polgar had to see the astonishing interference Black placed all her hopes on this move with the idea Re8 and black wins. A stunning follow-up, catching the black king in a mating net. Nxc3 Forced. Kxf7 [On Rxf7 Qh8 mates. Winning slowly and surely.

Interestingly, Polgar, drilled in mating finales in her youth, missed Rc1], for example Rb3 and the rook goes to mate on h3; or Be4 and white wins. Re3 The rook made it to the open file. Nd8 Rf4 Rxc4 Rxa7 the b6-pawn falls soon. Simplifying into a clearly won rook endgame. Polgar back on top form By Malcolm Pein 08 Nov Zsuzsa now Susan Polgar, the former world champion returned to active play at the Chess Olympiad after a long break during which she started a family.

Polgar led the US Women's team to a silver medal, the first medal of any kind to be won by an American team at a Chess Olympiad. Her reappearance coincides with the temporary retirement of Judit, the youngest and strongest of the three chess-playing sisters, who has recently given birth to her first child. The USA defeated China who won team gold in their individual match and further upset the form book by finishing ahead of Russia who were lead by European champion Alexandra Kosteniuk.

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The US team captain and manager Paul Truong secured sponsorship for the team. The tournament was a triumphant return for Polgar who made a great score of She won the silver medal for her performance on the top board. Like in her previous three Olympiads when she represented her native Hungary, Polgar played all the games and she has an unrivalled record of 56 games at Olympiads undefeated. Polgar won two more medals, a gold medal for most points scored and another gold for the best overall performance in the Women's Olympiad.

N ostalgia. Champions come and go and we wish them well. But before they say the final goodbye, we demand another masterpiece. Nf3 Nf6 2.

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Qc2 5. Qxc3 c5 7. Bb2 d6 9. Bb7 Rg1 e5 Bh3 Nf4 Provoking the next mistake. Fatally weakening the long diagonal. The queen on c3 supported by the bishop on b2 can now "look" as far as the square h8. After the correct The knight sacrifice, opening the long diagonal, had to be calculated accurately. Obviously, after Qxf4 wins.

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But after Polgar had to see the astonishing interference Black placed all her hopes on this move with the idea Re8 and black wins. A stunning follow-up, catching the black king in a mating net. Nxc3 Forced. Kxf7 [On Rxf7 Qh8 mates. Winning slowly and surely. Interestingly, Polgar, drilled in mating finales in her youth, missed Rc1], for example Rb3 and the rook goes to mate on h3; or Be4 and white wins. Re3 The rook made it to the open file. Nd8 Rf4 Rxc4 Rxa7 the b6-pawn falls soon. Simplifying into a clearly won rook endgame.

Polgar back on top form By Malcolm Pein 08 Nov Zsuzsa now Susan Polgar, the former world champion returned to active play at the Chess Olympiad after a long break during which she started a family. Polgar led the US Women's team to a silver medal, the first medal of any kind to be won by an American team at a Chess Olympiad.

Her reappearance coincides with the temporary retirement of Judit, the youngest and strongest of the three chess-playing sisters, who has recently given birth to her first child. The USA defeated China who won team gold in their individual match and further upset the form book by finishing ahead of Russia who were lead by European champion Alexandra Kosteniuk. The US team captain and manager Paul Truong secured sponsorship for the team.

The tournament was a triumphant return for Polgar who made a great score of She won the silver medal for her performance on the top board. Like in her previous three Olympiads when she represented her native Hungary, Polgar played all the games and she has an unrivalled record of 56 games at Olympiads undefeated. Polgar won two more medals, a gold medal for most points scored and another gold for the best overall performance in the Women's Olympiad. N ostalgia. Champions come and go and we wish them well. But before they say the final goodbye, we demand another masterpiece.

Their tactical skills did not diminish with age and they gave us a memorable performance. A vintage Polgar!

Where others look to increase a small positional advantage, the Polgar sisters go after the king. The weakening of the long diagonal allows a beautiful combination. Developing the knight Nc6 gives black a good game. A good idea, but the wrong move-order. Black should have played: Qe7 Be4 dxe5 Bxb7 and only now Creating mating threats. Wrong would be Kxe2 dxe5 Kxf7 Bf6 white wins; and on This wins slowly.

Interestingly, Polgar who was drilled in mating finales, missed to swing her rook from a1 to h3, for example: Be4 wins; Rb3 and the rook goes to mate on h3; Nd7 Bxd7 wins. Rb3 and black gets mated.