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21 Days to Supercharge Your Chess

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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 ...
thanks for the article .. helps the learners :) ...
Thank you to all who responded and helped in clarification of #15 :lol: The revised #15 is now states the following historic facts:
Good luck my fellow chess player! Wish you to win more games!
here i learned how to start my chess career. thank you ...
You should make some changes in your game or/and the way you play. What time control is the game? Why you lose? Time, blunders, tactics? I would recommend you reading http://www.thechessworld.com/lear
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That's a good suggestion. I think another useful exercise for kids (maybe a little older ones) will be the "knight tour". That is take a knight, put it on an empty chess board and try to go through all ...
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... old is at the perfect age to learn. Have FUN! ...
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... year olds. I've started recently with my two year old just naming the pieces with her. She loves it! And my 4 year old is excited to learn also. ...
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What a great story! Yes, all your need to do is get your child started and they will learn by playing and playing. Thanks for writing in! ...
... imagination, creativity, and so on. I have written an article on Benefits of Chess: http://www.thechessworld.com/learn-chess/4-healthpsycology/109-benefits-of-chess-game ...
... do and have him run through it with you. He'll learn a lot by teaching you! ...
Great parallels between problem solving in chess and putting those concepts to work in real life situations as well. My husband as taught my 6 year old how to play and I still haven't learned myself. Looking ...
Very interesting point. I like the way you highlighted the student's question and what it meant. I'll be interested to read about how problem solving skills learned from playing chess transpose in reel ...
... should be embraced by us all. Otherwise society will devolve to lowest common denominator. We are already headed that way. Learning to survive in a chess game is the first crucial step towards being a ...
... that anyone could learn to play well! I'm so glad to hear that you still play. And didn't you find that experience with your father to be incredible? For me, it was a very bonding experience with my f ...
Great article! I could really picture the child in my mind's eye as I read the story. I don't know how to play Chess but this makes me want to learn! ...
Very good question. There is plenty of advice in the book. Concentrating your presence in the current moment is one. Pandolfini says: play the board, not the person. Just see it as a fun, learning experience, ...
This is a strong article. John Herron consistently delivers well rounded chess learning advice. That is why I personally use and recommend all students of chess buy, use, and prosper from the articulate ...
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