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There are many beautiful endgame wins that are worth studying, where you will come across useful ideas you can use in your own games. In this article, I am going to present only a few that will hopefully inspire you to look deeper into this part of the game.

Chess Tips, Articles and Guides to Help You Win Chess Games

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Nimzo Semi-Tarrasch Defense for Black
Yury Markushin
04.04.2024
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Nimzo Semi-Tarrasch Defense for Black combines the power of the Queen’s Gambit Declined and the attacking potential of Tarrash and Grunfeld.
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Win with Ponziani Opening
Yury Markushin
04.04.2024
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Learn GM Marian Petrov’s Ponziani Opening fundamentals in just 3 hours. Most chess players don’t even know this opening exists. It is extremely rare, yet powerful.
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Beat King's Indian Defense with Bayonet Attack
Yury Markushin
03.07.2024
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The great news is, IM Sieciechowicz is here with a quick-and-easy repertoire on the Bayonet Attack! And you are one click away from learning it!
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7 Tips to Cure Chess Blunders
Yury Markushin
10.07.2015
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You'd be surprised to know that the majority of amateur games end the way they do because of a blunder from one or another side. If your rating is below 2200, the chances are you are in the same boat. By simply reducing the number of blunders you can grow significantly as a chess player. In today's article, I will give you 7 easy to follow tips that will dramatically reduce your blunder rate.
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5 Easy Steps to Prepare For Your Next Game
Preparing for a game has become an important factor in today’s tournament practice. In times when the level of the average chess player has increased drastically, the pre-game preparation is considered a key step towards the desired outcome: victory. Of course, times have changed and nowadays this task is more difficult every day.
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How to Learn Tactical Play – 5 Step Guideline for Club Players
Tactical Play for Club Players: It is a well-known fact that tactics play a major role in the chess game. The ability to spot tactical motifs and hidden combinations is a must-have for every chess player who wishes to obtain notable results. However, the vast majority of players do not shine because of their talent in spotting tactics; in fact, many are just average in this aspect. The reason for this may well be that it is an element of chess that hasn’t been trained properly or even not at all. There is the thought that tactical vision, or let’s say tactical style, is something innate; you either have it or you don’t.
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