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... 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 ...
22. 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 ...
23. 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 ...
24. 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 ...
25. 5 Tips to Game-Winning Exchanges
(Articles/Middle Game)
... some pressure with his good knight on b5, since black is unable to attack it with c6 because d6 would remain unprotected. How can black solve all of his problems? My opponent played the correct 20...Be5! ...
26. 5 Ways to Improve Your Chess for Under 2000
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... blitz games can also be a good way to develop your tactical vision, as you need to solve problems in a very short time. However, it should not be over-played. It is well known that too much blitz makes ...
27. The Rook Sacrifice
(Articles/Middle Game)
... D file and solves all black's problems. Botvinnik went on to win later on. See the details here: Ready to start systematic training that actually works? Click here to start your training ...
28. Karpov on Bishop Endgames
(Articles/Endgame)
... and technical can be worked and improved until a player is satisfied with the level reached. While tactics can be improved by solving puzzles and the more you solve the better you'll get, working your ...
29. ChessBase Magazine #170 Review
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... I think 9…f5 does not solve Black’s problems notwithstanding the brilliant play by the Chinese talent in this game. After10. e5 Black bishop on g7 is reduced to a defensive role and is not able to participate ...
... a strong novelty that sets difficult problems for black to solve, but everything is still rather unclear. The ideas presented in this article can be useful no matter what side you are on; as white ...
31. Top 10 Chess Habits to Drop Today
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... their wins and losses, don’t study GM’s games, don’t solve tactics, don’t spend time on studying middlegames and endings. Nevertheless, they expect to get better at chess. They will improve somewhat, ...
32. 5 Chess Training Rules You Gotta Break
(Articles/Training Techniques)
Most chess players know the fundamental training rules. In order to improve at chess, they need to play more games, solve tactics, work with the books, and so on. Ironically, following the rules without ...
... to start your training using the day-by-day program. 2. “It’s too easy for me” These type of chess players consider themselves great tacticians. If you give them a problem to solve, they would claim ...
34. 5 Key Reasons You're Not a Chess Master [Yet]
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... to solve no less than 3 tactics problems per day, every day for one month of time, starting month/day/year. If you don't do that you will donate an extra 100$ (if that does not motivate you, you can ...
35. 5 Instant Chess Confidence Boosters
(Articles/Health/Psycology)
... wins before going to play a tough opponent.  2. Solve Tactics Correctly The same goes to tactics. In order to gain self-confidence and get “tuned up” for a serious game it is a good idea to solve ...
36. One Hour Chess Challenge
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... solve 5 tactics problems, assuming they are not extremely hard.  If the problems are harder, you may need to spend the whole 20 minutes on a single problem.  10 minutes should be sufficient to ...
37. Top 7 Deadly Training Mistakes to Avoid
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... to get better you must do the exact opposite. You need to play against stronger players, solve harder tactics, calculate longer variations, learn taking well-calculated risks, etc. 6. Not seeing the ...
... main move is 6.a3, but that road has been explored severely by now. A recent game caught our attention in which white played 6.Nf3 and still black was unable to solve all of his problems. See the following ...
...  In the next game black did not answer 7.Bg5 with 7...Qb6, but with 7...Be7 instead. It seems that even after the trade of bishops black still has some problems to solve with the position of ...
... 1964 White to play To conclude, this interview offers quite a few signposts for the problem solver and studies enthusiast. If I have an issue with Krabbè, it’s just that he views the game through ...
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