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21. 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 ...
22. 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), ...
24. 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. ...
25. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
(Articles/General Information)
Chess players are unique persons compared to other areas of the society. A chess player, no matter his level, is absorbed by the game and, even when he is not playing, his thoughts are very often in the ...
26. 7 Reasons Why Magnus Carlsen is World Champion
(Articles/General Information)
Magnus Carlsen has been dominating the chess scene for the last few years and has established himself as one of the strongest (if not the strongest) players at the moment. By winning many prestigious tournaments ...
27. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... this but a professional coach will surely help you, a lot. Even Grandmasters hire seconds and training sessions with strong players. An outsider will be more critical with your play and point the areas ...
28. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
(Articles/Openings)
... players did it and it should be the aim for everyone, in order to not limit your horizons and play different kind of positions. Not to mention that it also makes you a less predictable opponent, which ...
... the 8th Game was important. Both players overreached themselves in trying to beat each other and it was Carlsen who blundered in the end, giving Karjakin a brief lead in the match. I would have liked to ...
... has won so many games here as black, perhaps attacking players simply don’t handle it well. 8. Gruenfeld Defense 1. d4 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 d5 4. cxd5 Nd5 5. e4 Nc3 6. bxc3 Bg7 ...
31. 5 Tips for Improving Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Seems like you are doing everything correctly, but you still struggle improving at chess? That's not something unusual and happens to the best of us. There are few typical things that chess players are ...
32. 10 Best Games on Dutch Defense
(Articles/Openings)
... was never a super popular opening especially on the top level. Nevertheless, many strong players including Alexander Alekhine, Bent Larsen and Paul Morphy used this opening with a great success. Currently, ...
33. Grandmaster Sacrifices the Queen
(Articles/Middle Game)
... by. Chess has had several players famous for their sacrificial style, with Tal being perhaps the most notorious among the classics, but Shirov and Topalov also produced some fantastic gems. The most ...
34. 5 Things Chess Players Should Focus on in 2017
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... to keeping track of progress and staying motivated. 2. Working on fundamentals Many chess players struggle to improve because they are lacking certain simple things which disallow them from making ...
35. Realizing the Space Advantage
(Articles/General Information)
One of the most important elements of the positional struggle in a chess game is the element of “space”. Now, between amateurs and club players this aspect is often underrated or misjudged. In this article ...
36. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Every chess player wants to improve. Oddly enough, many players are still missing out on fundamentals which prevent them from making progress. These fundamentals are something that all coaches teach their ...
... and unwritten rules. There are many questions being constantly asked about the game. Chess players often get confused and surprised when common knowledge about the game turns out to be totally false. In ...
38. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
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Many chess players want to cross magical 2000 elo mark, to have that “2” next to their name. 2000+ is a very respectable rating and will place you in top 3-5% of all rated chess players. With the right ...
39. 10 Best Games on King's Gambit
(Articles/Openings)
King’s Gambit is one of the most popular openings for past 300 years. It was played by many strongest players including William Steinitz, Bobby Fischer, David Bronstein and Boris Spassky. It is a true ...
40. 6 Things to Keep in Mind to Find Best Moves
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... Matches? Is it all inherent talent or those rules can be learned by others? The answer lays somewhere in the middle. Of course, there are rules that even amateur players can learn and master how to apply ...
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