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41. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1600 players
(Articles/General Information)
Continuing with the subject of overcoming difficulties against players of different levels, let’s get a closer look at the main characteristics of a player of this level. Most players over 1400, already ...
42. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1400 Players
(Articles/Openings)
One of the key moments in your progress is when you start winning constantly against a low rated opposition. This means you are ready to move on to the next level. Very often we see club players who praise ...
43. 5 Tips to Build Your Own Chess Training Program
(Articles/Training Techniques)
There are several ways for chess players to find their own ways of maintaining or even improving their level to a higher degree.The most common ways of training used by semi-professionals to club players ...
44. 5 Ways to Start Thinking Like a Grandmaster
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... by “cheap” tactics, look deeper Very often the weaker players are easily tempted by quick attacks out of the opening or sometimes tactics in the middlegame that are not so difficult to spot. The thought ...
...  Did you know that there are just 3 main problems that prevent as many as 95% of chess players from playing at their full potential? That’s where our program 21 DAYS TO SUPERCHARGE YOUR CHESS comes ...
... is controlled by pieces not pawns. This opening is famous for its counter-attacking chances and was played by many strong players including Magnus Carlsen. 6. Ruy Lopez – Berlin Defense – Open Variation ...
... and principles of the game. Club players often base their skills solely on seeking moves, quick tactics with immediate gains or trading pieces for the sake of trading. In order to become a master, the ...
... working in order to become better and better. There are several players that are specialist in winning against lower rated players and players of the same level but constantly fail to get a result when ...
49. 10 Greatest Middlegame Plays
(Articles/Middle Game)
... in the middelgame. That’s why ability to outperform your opponent in the middlegame is very important for successful chess players.  Today we will take a look at 10 greatest middlegame plays by GMs. ...
... stalemate as a defensive resource. It is better explained with the example below: Both players have passed pawns and it seems as black is closer to promote his H pawn and win. However, white has a nice ...
51. ARVES
(Web Links / Learn Chess Sites)
An international club for chess players who are specially interested in endgame studies. ...
52. Chess King
(Web Links / Chess Software)
Chess software that is aimed to help players to improve their game.  ...
53. FICS (Free Internet Chess Server)
(Web Links / Online Chess Servers)
This server offers completely free chess playing environment with nice interface software and ability to play against both human and computer players.  ...
54. Quotes
(Category)
In this section you can find a collection of chess quotations from famous chess players, world champions and just people who had something interesting and unique on their mind to say about chess. The quotations ...
55. Chess Quotes
(Section)
A collection of chess related quotes from famous chess players.  ...
Thank you my friend. As you know my main objective and the main objective of this site is to teach players of all levels to feel more confident over the chess board. :-) ...
... can be noted from that 'data': 1. Most very successful chess players started playing chess at early age (5-6 y.o.) 2. GM title holders become younger due to the computer technology 26 y.o. in 1950 vs. ...
... players show (and which is absent in th ebrains of less susccessful players) seems to be an extraordinary ability to recall patterns of positions (like the Bc4 that takes on f7, or the Bd3 that attacks ...
... of players which became highly successful (e.g. ELO >2100, or Grand Masters) during the next 30 years. But again, the fact that slmost all successful players have learned the game at the same age as almost ...
The question: "at what age did successful chess players learn chess" is pretty irrelevant from a scientific point of view, if you want to uncover factors of success, in particular: does the age at which ...
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