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It is no secret that knowing how to play endgames is very important. Especially in the present day, with so much information about openings, access to coaches and special training in tactics, it is worth ...
2. 10 Greatest Endgame Plays
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Endgame is one of the most important and at the same time complicated parts of chess. It appears simpler than the Middlegame or the opening, but it is very misleading. Every tiny mistake maybe decisive ...
3. 10 Ways to Improve Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... people prepare the opening and the middle game so hard that coming out alive to an endgame is a really difficult task. However, experience shows that most games reach all kind of different endgames and ...
4. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
(Articles/Training Techniques)
...  2. Great ability to remember things easily Chess trains your memory, whether we talk about learning openings, endgames or just basic motifs. Any chess aficionado, no matter his level, is able to remember ...
5. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
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... but who has listened? Not many. It is true that today you need to know theory in order to survive the opening, but it should not take all the time you have for training. Knowing by heart theoretical endgames ...
6. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
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...  5. Attack and Defense 6. Common Endgames 7. Ideas and Principles for Further Improvement It used to be a very confusing and time consuming process requiring an expensive coach, bunch of software ...
7. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... To reach those 2000 elo, you should be a balanced chess player with all elements of chess developed well. That means you have to work on openings and endgames even if you hate it. 10. You don’t have ...
... endgames when its weakness is greatly felt by the side that has it. However, that sounds easier in theory than in practice and sometimes, even if you had reached an endgame where your opponent has an isolated ...
... or even if they will occur. However, once you get started in the world of endgames you’ll discover how many useful tools you have at your disposal in the last phase of the game. In this article we are ...
10. 5 Things to Do for Breaking 2000 ELO
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... our own plan. With this we conclude this article with tips for novice players who do not have plenty of time to work on their chess. As you can see we have not mentioned studying endgames, which is important ...
11. 10 Chess Patterns Every Player Should Know
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... queen’s trade. In this position there is no way for black to check white, without exchanging the queens. This is a very important chess pattern in queen endgames that you should always remember! Black ...
Having a well prepared opening repertoire is one the main goals that a chess player should work for. From a very early age we are told that studying openings is not as important as studying endgames for ...
... in which you failed to play the opening correctly. 5. Endgame knowledge In these days, when most players are so well prepared, we suggest you take a look at the most important endgames such as rook ...
14. 10 Steps for Getting Good at Chess – Fast
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How do you become a strong chess player? Everyone wants to learn a secret recipe that will help getting good at chess fast! Should you work on tactics? How much time should you be spending on endgames? ...
... endgames? It actually goes far beyond that. The No. 1 mistake has to do with the core of chess understanding. Are you making the same mistake? The chances are high you do. Find out for yourself!  ...
16. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 2200 to 2500
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... to positional ones. And, in order to increase your level, you will have to study and learn all of them. You should also get a good knowledge of the endgames, not only in order to know how to handle a ...
17. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 1600 to 2200
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... and learning the basic endgames should help you reach 1600. Up to this level, you shouldn’t focus too much on theory. It’s very important to have the basic concepts of chess very clear. From now on, ...
... just a few examples. Being able to obtain winning endgame positions is very important for a chess player of any level. Another important ability is to convert endgames with just a slight edge into clear ...
In order to become a complete player, one must learn how to play the endgames at a reasonable level. Learning endgames is not easy for everybody. Many consider it to be boring, compared to the world of ...
20. 5 Ways to Beat a Chess Master
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... In the opening, you should probably play the lines you know best and don't worry about your opponent's knowledge. Here we are talking about the theoretical middle-games and endgames. It is a good idea ...
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