Daniel Noon is a chess enthusiast and avid amateur player from Phoenix, Arizona.
Daniel’s USCF rating is 1662 and their online blitz rating is around 2250. He loves short-time control chess, and that’s where he excels the most.
He is also a content creator, blogger, and chess author.
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Rules of Chess: The Complete Guide for New PlayersWant to learn the Rules of Chess? Now you can master the chess rules in less than 20 minutes! You’ll learn how pieces move, how to set up a chessboard, what’s your pieces worth, how to castle, what’s promotion, what’s “en passant”, how to start the game, and much more! If you are beginning your […]
Minor Piece Mastery with IM Vangjel Buli [TCW Academy]Do you struggle in middlegame/endgame play? Have you ever wished you could convert your advantages more seamlessly in your games? If so, have you considered engaging in the middlegame and minor-piece endgame study? We at TheChessWorld.com want to introduce you to Minor Piece Mastery. This 3-hour course will show you how to recognize good and […]
10 Top Scoring Chess Openings for White and BlackChess Openings: If you are a current club chess player I have 3 questions for you… Have you been struggling to find an opening that suits you and your playing style? Has it become harder to get into winning positions with your current opening repertoire? Has playing the same opening resulted in boring, predictable middlegames? […]
10 Reasons to Play the Czech PircCzech Pirc: Do you wish you could find a more reliable Black opening? Are you interested in learning a new defense against 1.e4 without much theory? If you answered yes to either of these questions, we recommend you to take a look at the Czech Pirc: a solid, easy-to-learn opening bursting with potential for action!
10 Reasons to Play the Chebanenko SlavChebanenko Slav: a solid, quiet opening bursting with potential for action! Are you unsatisfied with your current Black opening? Have you felt lost when it comes to planning middlegame strategies? Are you interested in learning a new defense against 1.d4? If you answered yes to any of these questions, I recommend you to take a […]
The Minority Attack with FM Zaur Tekeyev [TCW Academy]Have you ever found yourself in middlegame positions with no idea of what to do next? Are you tired of having to play dull, boring games with way too many piece trades? If so, TCW Academy introduces an exciting new course on the Minority Attack with FM Zaur Tekeyev. This course will push you to […]
10 Reasons to Play the Hyper Accelerated DragonAre you tired of having dull, defensive games as Black? Do you want to take charge of the course of your game? If so, TCW recommends you to take a look at the Hyper Accelerated Dragon: an aggressive opening for Black that will keep White on his/her feet! As Black, there are thousands of openings […]
10 Underrated Reasons to Study Chess TacticsBEWARE: this may change the entire trajectory of your chess career! When you think about studying chess tactics—also known as chess puzzles—you may imagine a set of moves that transform some initial losing/neutral position to a significantly more winning one. Though that is true, the reasons you should study them are not only to help […]
The Dutch Defense with GM Petrov [TCW Academy]Have you been struggling to find the perfect Black opening against 1. d4? With so many openings to choose from, it’s hard to find one that suits your chess style. Though the Dutch Defense isn’t as commonly played as other openings, it can provide you with a new, lasting, and simple-to-learn setup that can provide […]
Play 4. f3 Against the Nimzo-Indian Defense [TCW Academy]Are you looking for new, grandmaster-level techniques to play as White? GM Jacek Stopa is back with a new and powerful weapon against the Nimzo! This course provides you with many of the essential attacking ideas and strategies necessary to beat your opponent. Interested? Keep reading for more info about how you can transform your […]
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