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Interseting try and learn the 2,3 or 4 move check mate.....quite easy if you can listen to instructions easy... ;-) ...
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I went through the article till the end and it is very helpful for the one who wants to learn chess. my special thanks to TheChessWorld and to the auther. thank you ...
You are mostly correct that in most even somewhat complex middle games position it is almost impossible to find absolutely the best move on the board. However, in some positions with forced variations ...
45. Chess Love Story
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The first time i played and learn a bit about chess is when i was 11 years old, my first cousin try to teach me, and I learn fast. I would say chess is a very interesting and challenging game to play. ...
Hi Nice website & blog & nice puzzle from your game. Out of interest what did you play? It is always good -if tough- to learn from your mistakes! :-) ...
Ya never thought about qeen vs 2 bishops. But of course thats totally correct guess you learn something new every day. ...
lol, nm i'll never get to learn it. For amatures bishop knigt forced win is the hardest. But it's actually queen vs rook thats the hardest "forced" win(in a neutral position where the queen can't be lost). ...
awesome learning thank you very much could you please teach us the notorious Queen vs Rook endgame in this way? maybe the impossible became posiible ...
... if I fail, I have learnt something. I believe there's a typo when you refer to the Bishop at C7 in the medium triangle? ...
51. Two Bishop Checkmate
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This page is about Two Bishop checkmate, however we do have an article about 13 Checkmates You Have to Know: its here http://www.thechessworld.com/learn-chess/9-training-techniques/114-13-checkmates-y ...
52. Two Bishop Checkmate
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i hv learned it long time ago, but urs is very clearly explained. tks a lot. :-) ...
... move following this advance and is called an `en passant` capture. See http://www.thechessworld.com/learn/basic-chess-rules for the diagram, look in Pawn category. ...
54. Live Chess!
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thanks for being such a gracious host. I have learned a lot from losing games on here and winning some too already. keep up the good work! Regards, Mark ...
... A gut knowing what to do at giving moment. Your oppontent wil guide you to a point To where and when to play defense Or offense. These things cannot be taught It through playing you will grasp and learn ...
... and try to understand the moves for yourself. Then you can read annotation and compare the author's conclusions with your own. That way you will learn much more and will understand the game much better. ...
I'm not sure that I have ever posted techniques of chess analysis according to N. Pogonina. You can check here: http://thechessworld.com/learn-chess/40-natalia-pogoninas-articles or visit her site at  ...
Thanks my chess friend. I'm glad you enjoyed the game and if you learned something new from it I succeeded. This game is pretty unusual because queen is being exchanged for 3 minor pieces which start to ...
Actually, solving tactics is another good way to improve fast, give it a try: http://www.thechessworld.com/learn-chess/33-problems/156-chess-tactics-study-2-mate-in-2 ...
hey I suppose you are right on most things, but I did learn chess without actually studying it. I played with my dad when I was 8, at the beginning I lost always, then at around 12 I started winning some ...
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