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1. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
(Articles/Openings)
... a calm position. This strategy will more likely bring a positive result. Of course, for both scenarios it is important to take notice of your opponent’s playing style and where he feels more comfortable. ...
2. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... time you should start off by learning the most important elements of the game. Those  are: 1. The Rules about the board and pieces 2. Basic Tactics 3. Basic Strategy 4. Openings Fundamentals ...
3. 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 ...
4. 6 Ways to Win a Chess Game
(Articles/General Information)
... have 10 minutes till end of the game. Time trouble may often lead to mistakes which, in turn, result in lost games. The strategy to remember when your opponent is down on time is not to speed up your ...
5. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1600 players
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...  1. Initiative Keep threatening things constantly. Stay permanently alert and seek for active moves even in times when your opponent poses a threat. The strategy is basically to force him to always calculate ...
... quickly as possible. Strategy in the middle game. Here are some points to consider during the middlegame that will create problems for your unexperienced rival: 4. Fill your opponent’s position with ...
7. 5 Ways to Start Thinking Like a Grandmaster
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... or static moves that don’t deteriorate your position, wait your chance and let your opponent take the risk. Many GMs apply this strategy when playing weaker opposition. They strengthen their positions ...
... center with pawns and put pressure with pieces from a certain distance. The same case can be seen in modern openings with 1...g6 or 1…d6. Another strategy is the classical development towards the center ...
Chess is a difficult game to explain for beginners/club players. The complexity of the game lies in the fact that there exists a set of rules that help you reach the ultimate goal, but there are also dynamic ...
10. 6 Ways Chess Masters Think Differently
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... here to start your training using the day-by-day program. 3. Chess Masters Are Not Afraid to be Different Regular players tend to follow the rules. It is a good strategy until you reach certain level, ...
11. Hedgehog According to Karpov
(Articles/Openings)
... Torre we can see clearly the strategy black employs in the Hedgehog. After the opening, he kept making moves that provoked white to over-extend and, as a consequence, weaken his position. White went all-in ...
... way he goes, but the long strategic battle ahead can’t be avoided. In the following games we can see white’s strategy against black’s most popular setups. In the comments of the games you can find the ...
13. How to Win at Chess – 10 Key Tips to Follow
(Articles/General Information)
... key of any opening is developing pieces to the right squares, faster than your opponent. If you can achieve this step, it means you’re a leap closer to winning the game. Winning Chess Strategy #1: Develop ...
14. 5 Reasons Your ELO Isn’t Improving
(Articles/General Information)
... a reality.  Before you can achieve your chess goals, you need to pick the right strategy and understand why you haven’t achieved them yet. Here are the most common 5 reasons why your elo isn’t improving ...
... illustrative games we explain white’s strategy in detail. The games are worth examining not only from a theoretical point of view but also to learn how to play the structures with d4-c4 vs c6-e6 that so ...
16. 5 Ways to Beat a Chess Master
(Articles/General Information)
... strategy is not allowing your opponent to realize his plans. For example, if you see that your opponent is trying to occupy an outpost with a knight you should try to prevent that or even trade off that ...
17. 3 Most Common Mistakes Beginners Tend to Make
(Articles/General Information)
... can capture at any moment), the right strategy to follow is to improve your position until the time is right to define the center. This means you need to maneuver with your pieces first until the exchanges ...
18. 5 Ways to Improve Your Chess for Under 2000
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... your play very superficial. Ready to start systematic training that actually works? Click here to start your training using the day-by-day program. 3. Strategy and positional understanding Strategy ...
19. One Day in The Life of a Professional Chess Player
(Articles/General Information)
... training of logical thinking, going over the strategy and working on positional chess. You can also include complex endgame positions, where no precise solution exists. 10:00 am – 11:00 am – This is ...
20. 3 Best Games of The Week - 34
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... the white pieces and executes a greek-gift sacrifice in a rather atypical position, but one that leads, nevertheless, to great advantage. Game 2: We chose the last game for the strategy lesson ...
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