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... wins”, but we want to show what kind of problems the side with less space can experience and also the way to go for the side who is playing for a win. Here is the first example: Black to move We ...
2. The Principle of Two Weaknesses
(Articles/Middle Game)
... one to remember in positions when you’re trying to materialize an advantage, either material or positional. When your opponent has only one problem to take care of, he can use all of his resources to ...
... and he is planning to do create some play along the C file. Computer engine evaluate the position as roughly equal, although I now believe that white has the advantage. The main problem is that black lacks ...
... 2009 Radjabov played the principled 9…d5 and obtained a very reasonable position. In fact, he might have been even better at some point. The move 9…d5 seems to be white’s main problem in this line. ...
5. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... in order to find solutions to different problems or when planning in advance is needed. 4. You learn to trust your intuition Many times it happens that a player makes a good move, but one that’s so ...
6. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
(Articles/General Information)
... Social media Our ancestors did not have this problem but modern society does and chess players are not immune to this. Staying on social networks during a tournament does not let you focus entirely on ...
7. 5 Tips for Improving Your Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... Therefore, the quickest way to fix your game is to take care of the biggest problems first. You shouldn’t worry too much about the color of your water bucket if it’s missing a bottom. Fix a bottom, and ...
8. Grandmaster Sacrifices the Queen
(Articles/Middle Game)
... and an active rook. However, there are concrete problems to solve – the threat against the white queen and the invasion of a black knight on c2. Here white has a pacific solution with 22.Qd1! which leads ...
9. 5 Things Chess Players Should Focus on in 2017
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... term and long term goals. The short term goals are those you want to achieve in 7-14 day period. That maybe anything from waking up early to work on your game, solving 10 tactics problems per day for the ...
10. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... before learning the arithmetic. That will just delay everything. This is a common problem that many chess players are facing. They may be proficient at one element but seriously lacking in another. ...
11. 6 Things to Keep in Mind to Find Best Moves
(Articles/General Information)
... a clear plan, in hope to get one from your opponent’s response. The problem with this strategy is that if you follow your opponent’s plan, you must play by his rules. He will be the one dictating the ...
12. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1600 players
(Articles/General Information)
... and make mistakes that will lead to your advantage, either material or positional. At beginner level defense is even a greater problem to handle. 2. Patience First develop your pieces and put everything ...
13. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1400 Players
(Articles/Openings)
... is the chess dynamics. Concepts such as material vs. development can represent difficult problems for them to solve during the game. It is of course enough to play good chess regardless of the opening ...
14. 5 Ways to Start Thinking Like a Grandmaster
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Regardless the level of play or strength, there is one thing that every dedicated player can achieve and that is the ability to “think like a GM”. Very often we struggle with problems such as poor calculation ...
...  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 ...
... remarked my friend with becoming modesty. “OK, now that you are so fascinated by Modern Benoni, you can perhaps solve a problem of mine.” “What’s that?” “I was looking at this update on Modern Benoni ...
... take the diagram below as an example: Polugaevsky – Tal 1971 White has just played 22.a5! fixing black’s pawn on b7 and making a path for the king to advance via c3-b4-c5, creating great problems for ...
18. 5 Things to Do for Breaking 2000 ELO
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... and he can solve big problems very quickly. His skills are beyond comparison to ours, mere “humans”. How many times haven’t we seen a low rated player play a great game against a strong opponent and suddenly ...
19. 7 Things to Do Before a Chess Game
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... warm up routine includes solving tactical exercises. Those exercises don’t need to be very challenging. Ideally, you should be solving 10-15 very simple problems which you can do in 5-10 seconds each. ...
... but a deep work in your openings allows you to prepare surprise moves to set new problems for your opponents. Studying openings should not be only about memorizing tons of variations, but you should ...
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