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... have enjoyed reading this article and learned something new about such positions. Thank you for reading and feel free to share your thoughts with us!  ...
2. 10 Must-Know Checkmates
(Articles/Middle Game)
... of tactical combinations and are able to instantly identify them. Today we will learn 10 must-know checkmates. Checkmate #1: Checkmate #2: Checkmate #3: Checkmate #4: Checkmate ...
3. Prophylaxis
(Articles/Middle Game)
... your own ideas that matter on the chessboard. One of the first things we are told when we learn chess is that we should always ask ourselves the question “What does my opponent want to do with his last ...
... Bd7-c6. We hope you have enjoyed reading this article and learned more about IQP positions.  ...
... style not only over the board, but also in accordance with the time you have to learn theory. In this article we will show you a practical way to handle the Sicilian Dragon. Looking at the games of Gata ...
6. Starting an Attack: 5 Things to Know
(Articles/General Information)
... are an offensive player by definition, try to avoid going crazy in any position just because you like to attack. Learn to play in the spirit of the position and develop your “feeling” for the type of moves ...
We are always on the look to learn new opening ideas to surprise our opponents in the future. It doesn’t really matter whether it is an opening that we play or not; we see someone playing something and ...
8. 5 Ways to Improve Your Positional Play
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... given by the pawn structure. Learn to “read” it and you won’t have to waste a lot of time anymore in order to find the correct plan. Studying the most important types of pawn structures and seeing games ...
9. 3 Best Games of the Week - 47
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... of the top players is great nevertheless and they employ many interesting ideas that we can try to learn from them. Game 1: First, we are going to take a look at Vassily Ivanchuk’s win over World Champion ...
10. 10 Ways to Improve Your Openings
(Articles/Openings)
... your chess career. In this article we are going to talk about the first phase of the game and how you can work on it. It’s true that learning theory might get boring, but it’s imperative in order to obtain ...
11. 10 Ways to Improve Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... adapt well to the positions that arise. 6. Study the classics Chess has a rich history. What can be better than to learn from those who reached the very top? Study the games of Capablanca, Botvinnik ...
12. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... Grandmasters. More and more parents become interested in the game and want their kids to learn chess, whether it is in order to start competing or just for fun. Why has it suddenly become so popular and ...
13. 3 Easy Steps to Start Improving at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... If you ask me, what is a single most important thing that guarantees success – I will tell you with 100% certainty its persistency. Indeed, you may not be working in the most efficient way and learning ...
14. How to Unlock Your Grandmaster Mind
(Articles/Training Techniques)
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. ...
15. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
(Articles/General Information)
... 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 ...
16. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... “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 ...
17. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
(Articles/Openings)
... 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 ...
19. 5 Tips for Improving Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... 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 ...
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