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1. Developing The Sense of Danger
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... be done by analyzing your own games and trying to find your weaknesses. You have to draw your own conclusions and decide what part of the game you have to work on. Most players work on tactics; this ...
2. 10 Must-Know Checkmates
(Articles/Middle Game)
Checkmate is an ultimate goal of the game. Ability to deliver a checkmate is closely tied to tactics. It is a very important skill that chess players of all levels, and especially those under 2200 should ...
3. Prophylaxis
(Articles/Middle Game)
Chess is a game of ideas, where the players have to carefully build their position and find weaknesses in the other player’s camp that will allow them to break through. It is easily understood why being ...
Strategy plays a big part in a chess game. In positions where tactical play is absent, the players with a superior strategical thinking tend to outplay their opponents. It is often seen that inexperienced ...
5. 6 Greatest Grandmaster's Upsets
(Articles/General Information)
Do you think Grandmasters always outplay the lower rated competition? Think again. Even the greatest players like Garry Kasparov may lose to those 300 points lower rated. Can a Grandmaster lose to a Master ...
6. 7 Best Games by Richard Reti
(Articles/General Information)
Richard Reti was one of the top players in the world from 1910s to 1920s. Reti was a classical combinative player. His favorite opening was King’s Gambit. He beat many strong players including Jose Raul ...
The Sicilian is the number one enemy for 1.e4 players. Nowadays it’s almost impossible to play against the Sicilian without having a strong theoretical preparation. This approach requires a long time to ...
8. Starting an Attack: 5 Things to Know
(Articles/General Information)
... account. Most amateurs like to attack no matter what and start it out of nowhere, without taking any preparatory steps. This might work against weaker players, but against a strong opposition it is rarely ...
... weakens the king’s side. This opening move rank 6th by popularity. Bird opening is not something you will see very often on GM tournament, but nevertheless it’s a good choice for many club players. Today ...
... has increased considerably in recent years. The impact of 3.g3 against the Sicilians with 2…e6 (1.e4 c5 2.Nf3 e6 3.g3) was big, with many top players trying it and writing the theory of the line with every ...
11. ChessBase Magazine #175 - Review
(Articles/Reviews )
... of them are annotated (several by the players themselves). There is also a round by round video commentary by Danny King. It’s not easy to choose one among the many for this review. In terms of sporting ...
12. 5 Ways to Improve Your Positional Play
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Chess players are constantly on the look for new “recipes” in their quest of getting better at chess. Some players think that they should give a lot of importance to the opening, others to tactics and ...
13. 10 Greatest Endgame Plays
(Articles/Endgame)
... of the greatest masterpieces played by Alexander Alekhine, Jose Raul Capablanca Tigran Petrosian and few other greatest players.  Want to improve your game? Start with the endgame. Game 1: Game ...
14. 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 ...
15. 10 Ways to Improve Your Openings
(Articles/Openings)
... moves that you have to know), but it can be useful in certain situations. 3. Analyze the positions after the theory ends Many players analyze their lines with the computer and, if all the moves ...
16. 10 Ways to Improve Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... improve you have to find a self-balance and try every possible method until you discover what works best for you. Remember that not only do chess players differ on the playing style, but also the circumstances ...
17. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... teaches us to trust our instincts! 5. You develop you creativity This might sound weird to you, since chess players are often seen as calculated people who constantly use their logic in the choices ...
18. 3 Easy Steps to Start Improving at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Many chess players are struggling to improve. They spend countless hours researching different “effective” ways to study, finding coaches, reading books, courses, etc. etc. Chess improvement is a straightforward ...
19. 10 Ways to Improve Your Calculation Skills
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... positional players are able to get strong/winning positions and then fail when the opponent starts shooting desperado moves in order to survive? In other words, in order to reach a higher level, your ...
... are achieved, for an IM title you need to make three IM norms in tournaments. This basically means scoring a certain amount of points against titled players (there must be at least 3 foreign players too), ...
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