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1. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
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... they make. While that’s true, creativity is not excluded from the game of chess. Just think about the problems or studies! The position are rarely logical and the solutions quite the same. They rely on ...
2. 10 Ways to Improve Your Calculation Skills
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... answers on a piece of paper in order to confront your own mistakes. Writing down the moves somehow feels like playing the move in a real game; there are no take-backs. 2. Solve studies This practice ...
3. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
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... the game. Give yourself a limited amount of time for each exercise and write your answers, take it seriously. Not only solving puzzles, but also studies will improve your imagination. This is a very effective ...
4. 5 Ways to Improve Your Chess for Under 2000
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... a player studies a day can show several weeks or even months later. However, beginners should not be intimidated by this. In fact, the journey of chess improvement is full of self reward and entertainment. ...
5. 10 Greatest Grandmaster Tactics
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... chess studies, puzzles, etc. That, however, doesn't address one very common issues that club players are having. They are simply not aware of certain types of tactics. The only way to learn it, is by actually ...
6. 5 Best Games by Richard Reti
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... defeat in 8 years! Reti have set a record by playing 29 simultaneous games blindfolded. Reti is also a famous chess studies composer and a writer. In this article we will learn from some of the best Reti’s ...
7. 5 Chess Training Rules You Gotta Break
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... and never studies. Strong players know that it is not necessarily important how many games you have played, but what matters is the quality of those games.  Playing a single two hours long game against ...
... problems. He is also a connoisseur of endgame studies and I was interested to read his observations on composers. Here are his poetic words on Alexey Troitzky (1866-1942): When I imagine Troitzky in ...
9. Endgame Study #12
The 4th FIDE World Cup in Composing was held early this year by WFCC. The studies section received as many as 49 problems. Here is the winner of the First Prize. Mirko Miljanic 2015 White to play and ...
... studies – to win a game or to find the ultimate truth behind one opening? In our opinion, a competitive mind should focus on winning the game, and, of course, the more games the better. Therefore, from ...
... the next champion! Many famous compositions – endgame studies and mate problems are also based on zugzwang. Before moving forward, try to solve the following mate problem: Heucker, 1937 White to move ...
12. Top 50 Chess Quotes of All Time
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...  and much more 9. "If you are weak in the endgame, you must spend more time analysing studies; in your training games you must aim at transposing to endgames, which will help you to acquire the requisite ...
13. 3 Chess Training Habits That Hold You Back
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... then you can fully understand the game and completely benefit from the time you spend on the studies. This is the approach we recommend for all chess players who want to improve their game using our ...
14. Happy New Year 2015 from TheChessWorld.com!
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... positions, tactical puzzles and studies, book reviews, opening theory, tournament coverages and much more. If you have any requests for chess articles fell free to write me a line or two :) Our mission ...
15. 10 Most Common Flaws Chess Players Have
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... compositions and endgame studies to be able to progress in all phases of the game. What’s even more important, is to work on these things consistently. Not many players are able to do that on their own. ...
16. Endgame Studies # 10
... of the purest gold in the striking phrase of Harry Golombek. Keres was also a brilliant composer of problems & studies and carved a niche for himself in this field. Here is an astonishing piece of ...
17. How to Reach 2200 ELO - According to GM Tkachiev
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... at chess you need to play more tournament games, study classics, solve tactics and endgame studies as well as be passionate about chess in general. That’s how you can get to that 2200-2300 ELO. GM Miroshnichenko ...
18. How to Work on Your Chess: The 5 Step Method
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... studies and chess compositions should be the first step for those looking for self-improvement. Step 2. The next step should include studying Masters/Grandmasters games. You don’t need to rush into ...
19. WGM Natalia Pogonina - How to Improve at Chess
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... solve tactics daily, but not longer than for 1 hour per day. An improving player should consider two main types of tactics: puzzles from practical games, and studies. Most practical tactical tasks require ...
20. GM Alexander Ipatov - How to Improve at Chess
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... in the most quick and effective way to increase one’s ELO rating studying individually (no coach involved), for chess players 1400 – 1800 ELO. Answer: I recommend solving chess tactics and studies daily ...
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