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21 Days to Supercharge Your Chess

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1. 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 ...
2. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... towards this goal. If you take the course seriously, follow recommendations and solve the practical part you will be on your way to becoming 1400 in no time. Frequently Asked Questions: 1. How ...
... of tactics will make you a master There is a common belief that solving a lot of tactics is the main requirement for becoming a chess master. It’s almost like if you solve 100’s of tactics puzzle a day, ...
... 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 ...
5. 5 Tips to Build Your Own Chess Training Program
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... focusing on understanding middle game ideas but you’ll be learning openings as well. You can also solve exercises from a manual of positional chess exercises. 3.Back to Tactics Arriving on Wednesday ...
6. 5 Ways to Start Thinking Like a Grandmaster
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... process of a Grandmaster; it only means that GMs manage to solve these situations successfully easier and more often than we do. How to think like a GM? What is it that they see differently from the rest? ...
... into play. It is aimed to solve these and many more problems that ordinary chess players face during their improvement journey. Introducing 21 Days to Supercharge Your Chess: You ...
... 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 ...
9. 5 Things to Do for Breaking 2000 ELO
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... to your chess learning. Here are 5 tips you can follow in order to make some (quick) drastic change: 1. Tactical Workout Solve tactical exercises in order to obtain a sound combinational vision. Having ...
... when solving similar problems of the opening. The more classical the knowledge, the better. 5. Don’t Stop Learning: Remove the idea from your mind that learning one opening will solve all your chess ...
...  2. Solve complex exercises Solving tactical exercises when the first move (usually a sacrifice) is quite obvious and you have to calculate the winning lines after is fine, but then comes a point in ...
12. 10 Steps for Getting Good at Chess – Fast
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... chess. Step 1. Solve Tactics Daily Perhaps one of the most important steps you can take to improve your game is start solving tactics. There are few things you should keep in minds while working on ...
13. 3 Best Games of the Week - 38
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... and creates enough problems for black to solve. Game 3: The tournament winner played one of the most attractive games of the tournaments when he defeated the GM Emil Sutovsky. White created a ...
14. 7 Reasons You‘re Not a Grandmaster – Yet
(Articles/General Information)
... do, is start a training journal and indicate any progress you have made. Let me give you a simple example. Let’s assume on day 1 you have attempted 20 tactics problems, and solved correctly 4 of them. ...
15. 5 Things You Should Never Say to a Chess Player
(Articles/General Information)
... and checkers. Chess is by far a more complex game, with a much greater number of variations and rules. Checkers has fewer variations and was recently solved by a computer. That however, doesn’t make ...
16. 3 Lessons To Learn From Vladimir Kramnik
(Articles/General Information)
... practice were simply too big to solve under a time limit, so what’s incorrect about them? Believe it or not, Kramnik does have a few games in which he seems to be the reincarnation of the great Mihail ...
... has more than just one way to achieve interesting play. For instance, 6…h6 7.Bh4 Bf5!? is quite trendy and has scored well in practice. Black’s play is rather natural; he has solved the problem of the ...
18. 15 Tips to Boost Your Rating Up to 2200
(Articles/General Information)
... help you keep aware of the tactical tricks in your games – not only your own, but your opponent's as well. Quality over Quantity. Solve complex positions. Sit on the board and think for 15-20 minutes ...
19. 5 Ways to Stop Losing at Chess
(Articles/General Information)
... just two pieces of advice here. Solve tactics and double check your moves. Solving tactics will improve your overall board awareness, while double checking the moves will help you in avoiding leaving your ...
20. The Sharp Semi-Slav Defense
(Articles/Openings)
... Dos Hermanas Tournament. The complications that arose in this game are truly fantastic. Kramnik played beautiful attacking chess and set problems to Kasparov, who was unable to solve them. The game is ...
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