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See our picks. A young woman wakes up in a mysterious wintry woods and finds a strange decaying building. She looks out the door and sees an identical woman dressed in black approach. Startled, the girl rushes up the stairs and finds a chess set. She picks up an oddly-shaped chess piece and a flash of white light consumes the space. The young woman, now dressed in black, wakes up in the woods again, approaches the decaying building and sees herself dressed in white run up the stairs.

She enters the building and looks out the door and sees her double dressed in white slowly approach the building. The girl runs up the stairs again and finds the chess set with the pieces now moved. The room flashes white. The young woman, dressed in white again, awakes in the woods, approaches the building, and enters. She goes upstairs and and uses the strange chess piece to win the game and end the time loop. Sign In. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends.

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External Sites. User Reviews. User Ratings. External Reviews. Metacritic Reviews. Photo Gallery. Trailers and Videos. Crazy Credits. Alternate Versions. Rate This. A young woman awakes in a mysterious woods and discovers she is trapped in a time loop. Director: Colin Denhart.

Writer: Colin Denhart. Star: Brantley Goodrich. Added to Watchlist. Photos Add Image. Edit Cast Credited cast: Brantley Goodrich Edit Storyline A young woman wakes up in a mysterious wintry woods and finds a strange decaying building. Genres: Short.Caissa's Web offers the most advanced web-based chess playing interface on the Internet.

Additionally we offer the ability to play chess virtually anywhere with our iPhone chess application. Live Online Chess Overview Video. Most live online chess sites require you to download and install software. Caissa allows you to play live, real-time chess using only your web browser. This provides the additional flexibility of accessing your Caissa account from any computer with an Internet connection: your friend's computer, the library, a cyber-cafe, etc.

During a live chess game, you are able to constantly monitor the quality of your Internet connection. If a disconnection occurs, you will be notified to wait while your connection to the game is automatically restored. If you experience unusual Internet delays lagyour game clock will be automatically adjusted for these delays.

Caissa does not limit you to playing one live game at a time. You can play multiple simultaneous games in different windows on your screen. Additionally, you can have multiple windows open in which you are playing a game, watching a game, chatting, etc. All currently playing chess games are listed and easily accessible for viewing in real-time. You can chat or "kibitz" with other Caissa members watching the same game.

When choosing an opponent for a live online chess game, human and computer opponents are clearly delineated. Choose from computer opponents of different skill levels and playing styles.

You can choose to play the computer in an unrated game if you just want to try out some new strategies. When playing a live game, you can stick to the traditional game of chess, or challenge an opponent to a game of Chess All aspects of Caissa, including live online chess, are compatible with Chess rules such as starting positions and Chess castling.

You can challenge your opponent to a chess game with a specific chess opening. Once the game is paired, the game will begin from the last move of the specified opening. A great way to keep in touch with family and friends all over the world is to play them in a game of chess on Caissa's Web and use the built-in chat facility to catch up on the latest news.

Or, use the chat to get to know the new friends you will make from the international membership of Caissa. Quickly challenge an opponent to a game using pre-set fast or slow chess game time controls. You can also create any time control you want using the custom time control option. You can even give your opponent one time control and yourself a different one. Every live game is saved to a central database so that you may search for and review any game you have played.

Live Online Chess

All of your games are saved to your own Scorebook which lists your games and allows you to views details about the game and play back the moves. Live Online Chess Caissa's Web offers the most advanced web-based chess playing interface on the Internet. Connection status and lag updates. Multiple simultaneous games. Watch games in real-time.

Play human or computer opponents. Play Chess or Chess Challenge based on a specific opening. In-game chat. Pre-set or custom time controls. Every game saved for later review. Link to Caissa Social Networks.We cover all of the major chess tournaments from around the world. The Chess Website provides lots of tools to improve your chess game. We also have a list of additional sites that we support. The first few moves in the chess opening lays the foundation for every chess game.

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Most of the chess openings have been named and analyzed for hundreds of years. It is important if you want to be successful in chess to be familiar with some of the most popular openings and understand the theory behind the moves. Chess strategy is what makes chess such a beautiful game. After the memorized opening moves are played and each player starts to unfold their plan, the real chess begins to take place. Everyone likes to study opening theory and learn end game techniques but the middle chess game is where most games are won and lost.

Welcome to the chess end game strategies page. Here you can find helpful tips on various end game concepts and positions, as well as practice against the computer to see how well you understand the ideas discussed here. Caissa Info is a leading developer of innovative chess software for the PC and the mobile market.

We market and sell our products world-wide, both directly and through our resellers. Caissa Info traces its roots all the way back towhen the development of Caissa Assistant, our chess database powerhouse, was started.

Since then we have expanded in all directions. Home About us Products Blogs Contact us. No One can win a game of chess by moving forward only. Sometimes one has to move backward also to get better move.

About Us Caissa Info is a leading developer of innovative chess software for the PC and the mobile market. Contact Us Address : Caissa info.Click to open free account on lichess. In the upper right side of the window in lichess. Click to join Caissa Chess Club on lichess. Click to join the Caissa Arena Event 1.

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You must have an account in www. Registration is free and you should do it in advance. P lease do this in advance too. Fill the registration form in this page. Once the payment is processed we will send you the tournament password.

Players will be automatically paired based on their rating, score and other parameters. Players must be waiting on the tournament page in between games click "Go back to tournament" after every game you finish or you won't be paired.

Players don't need to play for the 2 hours, they will be allowed to stop and rejoin whenever they want. The tournament will be played online, at www. There will be 4 qualifying eventsto be played on:.

Players will be paired with anyone close to their ranking as soon as they finish a game. In this way, waiting times are minimized but players might play a different number of games.

A won game gives you 2 points, a draw 1 point. The top 12 players of each event will be awarded GP Points. The winner will get 12 points, the runner-up 11 points, the 3rd place gets 10 points and so on until the player in 12th place, who will receive one point. Winner and runner up of each qualifying tournament. If in any event a player who was already qualified makes it into the top 2, their qualifying slot will pass to the 3rd placed player and so on.

In case of tie, a 3rd game will be played, with colours determined by drawing of lots. If this third game is a draw, the higher seed player advances. AlbertoMuniz qualified 12 2.

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Chanintelligent 9 5. Henryli 8 6. Klemtonius 6 8. CaissaMatthew 4 ConstantinXiao09 3 KaydenChan 2 The 8 non directly qualified players with most GP points. Trophies will be awarded to best 3 players.Learn great traps, turn losses into draws and draws into wins! Sergei Tkachenko, a member of the Ukrainian team that won the 5th World Chess is a cruel game. We all know that feeling when your position has Size of the board: 34,5 x 34,5 x 2,5 cm Size of the field : 38 x 38 mm Height of the King: 68 mm Height of the Pawn: 32 mm.

Wooden chess set size 48 x 44 x 5 cm, King 90 mm, felt base, weight 2. Figures Tournament Staunton No. Board size: 48 x 48 x 2. Chess wooden - folding. Figures tournament Staunton No. Chessboard inlaid natural mahogany. Wooden chess set size 54 x 27 x 6 cm, King 98 mm, felt base, weight 2. Metal charge. Weight : 2,5 kg. Very nice and practical Royal Chess. We recommend especially for children. Chessboard and figures made of wood. Exclusive version of Ambasador ChessChessboard and figures made of wood.

Wooden chess set. Very nice set of chess. Wooden casket with a very nice cast metal figures.

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Wooden chess pieces - Staunton No 4 in material blue bag King 86 mm, pieces weighted by metal, weight 0. Wooden chess pieces - Staunton No 4 in wooden case King 80 mm, pieces weighted by metal, weight 0. Catalog Enabled filters:. Field dimension. Board dimension. Color of black figures.

Chessboard color. Height of the King. Folded Chessboard. Tournament size.This video covers how to start and play a game of Chess, the ideas behind the creation of Chess, and the rules for how to establish a starting board position. Reviews the Java and Non-Java interfaces for Caissa and why you should use one and not the other in certain situations. Provides an overview of correspondence chess features and the basic functions for starting a game, making moves, and ending a game.

Covers the correspondence game waiting list and how to start games by choosing a name from the list or placing yourself on the list. Covers correspondence game challenge features including sending challenges to other members and responding to incoming challenges. Covers correspondence game configuration options such as selecting a board, selecting pieces, and choosing how moved pieces will be indicated.

Covers correspondence game if-then moves, a handy function for speeding up game play by having your response played automatically when your opponent makes an expected move.

Provides an overview of live game features and the basic functions of challenges, waiting lists, and display options. Covers live game challenge features including sending challenges to other members and responding to incoming challenges.

Instructions for how to put yourself on the waiting list, the various options such as time controls and rating ranges, and how to choose a player from the waiting list. All games played on Caissa are saved to a results table. This video reviews how to sort and filter that table based on handles, ratings, and length of game, as well as how to view details of a game. Covers how live chess games can be viewed and commented on in real-time, with the option of opening multiple windows for viewing more than one game at a time.

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Reviews the many configuration options that you can use to customize your live game-playing experience including types and sizes of boards and pieces, challenge filters and the ability to play multiple simultaneous games. Covers all of the functionality of the PGN Editor including entering games and moves, adding commentary, and outputting the games in a viewable format. Covers how to use the Chess Game Viewer to make your chess game easily accessible by importing and viewing PGN game files.

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It is probably already installed — if not, it can be downloaded at the Adobe website. The videos work best with broadband connections DSL, Cable. Dial-up connections may result in a slower viewing experience. If you do not hear audio when playing the videos, make sure the audio functionality on your computer e. The links below will open a separate flash video window.

How to Play Chess Chess Chess Video Tutorial 8m 9s This video covers how to start and play a game of Chess, the ideas behind the creation of Chess, and the rules for how to establish a starting board position. More How to Play Chess videos coming soon! Correspondence Chess Correspondence Chess Overview Video 12m 49s Provides an overview of correspondence chess features and the basic functions for starting a game, making moves, and ending a game.

Correspondence Chess Waiting List Video 7m 15s Covers the correspondence game waiting list and how to start games by choosing a name from the list or placing yourself on the list. Correspondence Chess Challenge Video 8m 58s Covers correspondence game challenge features including sending challenges to other members and responding to incoming challenges.

Correspondence Chess Configuration Video 6m 5s Covers correspondence game configuration options such as selecting a board, selecting pieces, and choosing how moved pieces will be indicated. Correspondence Chess If-Then Moves Video 3m 41s Covers correspondence game if-then moves, a handy function for speeding up game play by having your response played automatically when your opponent makes an expected move. Live Online Chess Live Online Chess Overview Video 6m 1s Provides an overview of live game features and the basic functions of challenges, waiting lists, and display options.

Live Online Chess Challenge Video 8m 33s Covers live game challenge features including sending challenges to other members and responding to incoming challenges. Live Online Chess Waiting List Video 2m 47s Instructions for how to put yourself on the waiting list, the various options such as time controls and rating ranges, and how to choose a player from the waiting list.

Live Online Chess Watch Games Video 4m 8s Covers how live chess games can be viewed and commented on in real-time, with the option of opening multiple windows for viewing more than one game at a time. Live Online Chess Configuration Video 6m 30s Reviews the many configuration options that you can use to customize your live game-playing experience including types and sizes of boards and pieces, challenge filters and the ability to play multiple simultaneous games.

Link to Caissa Social Networks.Learn great traps, turn losses into draws and draws into wins! Sergei Tkachenko, a member of the Ukrainian team that won the 5th World Chess is a cruel game.

We all know that feeling when your position has Wooden chess set size 48 x 44 x 5 cm, King 90 mm, felt base, weight 2.

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Wooden chess, folded. Tournament Standard. Inlaid chessboard - mahogany. Wooden chess set size 54 x 27 x 6 cm, King 98 mm, felt base, weight 2. Wooden chess set.

Our Grunwald themed chess set is designed around the historic battle which took place near the village of Grunwald - thus its name. The Teutonic Knights are represented by the white pieces while the Polish-Lithuanian army is made out of the black pieces. Very nice set of chess. Wooden casket with a very nice cast metal figures. Tournament Chess No. The special production method gives them a beautiful gloss and professional, attractive appearance.

Figures Tournament Staunton No. Board size: 48 x 48 x 2. Figures Wooden Staunton No. Very nice and practical Royal Chess. We recommend especially for children. Chessboard and figures made of wood. Figures made from marble powder, Handpainted, glued felt.

The height of the King: Wooden carved chess set, a mix of Indian silhouettes with Polish technology performance. Exclusive version of Ambasador ChessChessboard and figures made of wood. Catalog Enabled filters:.