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1. 7 Reasons Why Magnus Carlsen is World Champion
(Articles/General Information)
... qualified for the World Championship match against Viswhanathan Anand that he won 6,5 – 3,5. Since then he has managed to keep his crown and stay on top of the rating list, so how does he do it? He is ...
2. 5 Things Chess Players Should Focus on in 2017
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... rating by 100-200 points, achieving a norm or learning a new opening system, etc. Keep in mind that the short term goals are the stepping stones that are needed to achieve those long term goals. For example, ...
3. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... and a library of chess books. The whole process usually took months if not years to complete. We believe that by teaching players correct ways of working on chess along with demonstrating important principles ...
4. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
(Articles/Training Techniques)
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 ...
... openings that help Calrsen stay on top of the rating list and keep the World Championship title. Magnus Carlsen’s Openings for White: 1. Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 ...
6. 7 Things to Do Before a Chess Game
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... thinking about the tournament standings, rating points and outcome of the game will only create anxiety and prevent you from focusing on important things. When you are in the game, you have many little ...
7. 10 Sickest Chess Combinations You've Never Seen
(Articles/General Information)
Combination is a sequence of moves, initiated by a forcing move or a sacrifice which leaves an opponent with limited number of options. Ability to find tactical combinations is something separating those ...
... things may mean just the opposite. In the position below black can capture the queen. Many chess players would immediately take it and start celebrating their victory. However it’s not so simple. ...
9. 6 Ways Chess Masters Think Differently
(Articles/General Information)
... Constantly worrying about the outcome of the game drains energy. Staying calm and optimistic about the outcome allows concentrating on what really matters. Ready to start winning at chess? Click ...
10. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 2200 to 2500
(Articles/General Information)
In our previous article we have talked about the differences in thinking from 1600 up to 2200 and have given you some advice on what to study in order to improve your rating. However, we are probably safe ...
11. 5 Reasons Chess Training is Not Working for You
(Articles/General Information)
... the book, and believed that doing so will tremendously improve his game. After one year they both gain a round number of rating points - O. What was their mistake? They were only working on a single ...
12. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 1600 to 2200
(Articles/General Information)
... tactical vision, good memorization of the theoretical lines and so on. All this might sound discouraging for someone who wants to improve his play and rating, so how to do it? What is the difference between ...
13. 6 Most Common Chess Mistakes for Under 1400 Elo
(Articles/General Information)
... do they make those blunders, but also they blunder pretty often, if they are still belong to that rating category. The good news is it is something easy to fix. The bad news is that most U1400 players ...
14. 3 Lessons To Learn From Vladimir Kramnik
(Articles/General Information)
... very talented player with a rating over 2600. Once again Kramnik went for 1.Nf3 and soon the game transposed into one of the main lines of the Fianchetto variation of the Grunfeld defense. Ready to start ...
15. 3 Best Games of the Week - 37
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... we believe it’s going to rise quite soon. At the moment his rating is ‘’only 2501’’ but his recent tournament performance shows that he is way stronger than this. He scored 8 / 10 with 6 wins and 4 draws ...
16. 15 Tips to Boost Your Rating Up to 2200
(Articles/General Information)
Training your chess should be an everyday task, ideally. It is easier said than done, but from amateurs to professionals the amount of time dedicated to actual training is always limited. Different aspects ...
... to one’s rating. Many chess professionals suggest spending more time on fundamental middlegame understanding, for improving your overall chess. Today we will take a look at 7 most common middlegame mistakes ...
... opening preparation towards more tactically oriented lines you can make a huge rating leap! 2. You will gain experience at different types of middlegames Another very important reason to try various ...
19. 7 Most Common Chess Mistakes for Under 1800 Elo
(Articles/General Information)
Many chess players are stuck at 1400-1800 Elo. It seems like they are doing everything correctly, playing chess, studying Grandmasters’ books, solving tactics, but the rating just does not grow. Sounds ...
20. Knight on The Rim is Not Always Dim!
(Articles/Middle Game)
... for over two years.  European champion U10, winner of several Romanian national championship medals, Woman International Master title since 2011. One Woman Grandmaster norm. Highest FIDE rating 2302. ...
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