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1. How to Unlock Your Grandmaster Mind
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Understanding the game of chess is not something exclusive to the world top players. Chess can be understood by all chess fans and enthusiasts who are willing to learn new things about the game every day. ...
2. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
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... and his conclusion is that he had a plus 5, then he has learned nothing from that game. In the fast times we live in people want quick results and answers but this is also a bad habit. It is much better ...
3. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
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... “Chess you don’t learn, chess you understand”! Basically, what it means is that it takes a longer time until all the information and experiences you have of the game start coming together as a whole and ...
4. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
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... of the game is more forced than 1.d4, the theory has been developed even further and nowadays you would need to learn quite an amount of theoretical lines in order to survive. Now that we have explained ...
...  Kasparov’s attacking style is similar to Bobby Fischer’s. Indeed Garry studied Fischer’s games and perhaps learned a thing or two.  Najdorf variation of the Sicilian is a very sharp opening, and ...
6. 5 Tips for Improving Your Chess
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... the rule of 33%. That is, you should spend 33% of your time with chess players much stronger than yourself, 33% of the time with players of your level and 33% with those lower rated. We learn a lot from ...
Chess is all about following patterns in certain structures. Each pawn structure has its own particularities and there are standard ideas and plans that we can apply regardless the opening we choose. In ...
8. 5 Things Chess Players Should Focus on in 2017
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... rating by 100-200 points, achieving a norm or learning a new opening system, etc. Keep in mind that the short term goals are the stepping stones that are needed to achieve those long term goals. For example, ...
9. Realizing the Space Advantage
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... the advantage: We recently learned that the rule of “avoid trading pieces” does not apply when it comes to trading heavy pieces (queens + rooks). Actually, it may as well be that trading the rooks and ...
10. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
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... before learning the arithmetic. That will just delay everything. This is a common problem that many chess players are facing. They may be proficient at one element but seriously lacking in another. ...
... in long time control games. It is important to realize what type of time control you are playing, and don’t make moves rapidly in classical chess. If you learn to do that, you will only benefit from playing ...
12. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
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... yet. Here are the 10 reasons you’re not 2000 rated yet! 1. You don’t learn from your mistakes Learning from your own mistakes is a step one to improve your game. It doesn’t matter if you are 1200 ...
13. 6 Things to Keep in Mind to Find Best Moves
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Every chess player wants to learn how Grandmasters make those incredible moves. Do they have a special set of rules they follow to find the moves that win games, tournaments and even World Championship ...
14. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1600 players
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...  Learn to play fast in the opening. Most development moves are equally valuable. Do not over think normal decisions when it comes to the first phase of the game. Remember that the main objective in the ...
15. 5 Tips to Build Your Own Chess Training Program
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... focusing on understanding middle game ideas but you’ll be learning openings as well. You can also solve exercises from a manual of positional chess exercises. 3.Back to Tactics Arriving on Wednesday ...
16. 5 Ways to Start Thinking Like a Grandmaster
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... and “wait” for the opponent to (wrongly) start the first attack. 3. Overestimation of one’s position Learn to appreciate defense as you appreciate attack. Very often the art of attack is rightly praised, ...
... will learn What and How to study in order to maximize your results. You will be given an easy-to-follow, discrete, and well tested analysis plan that can be applied to any type of chess position. You ...
... up and learns. What else is worth a look? There is a sharp theoretical battle in Sicilian between Kramnik and Gelfand. It is not every day that Vlad would play 1.e4. Here he was certain, Boris would be ...
The endgame is one of the most difficult aspects for a chess player to learn and train. This is because of the nature of the endgame itself; you prepare for scenarios that you don’t really know when, where ...
20. 5 Things to Do for Breaking 2000 ELO
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... to your chess learning. Here are 5 tips you can follow in order to make some (quick) drastic change: 1. Tactical Workout Solve tactical exercises in order to obtain a sound combinational vision. Having ...
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