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If you are a beginner who wants to be a part of the chess elite one day, then we have good news for you! In the hushed atmosphere of chess tournament rooms worldwide, the most profound sound is often SILENCE… The soft ticking of clocks, an occasional cough, or the gentle shuffle of a chess […]
Have you ever felt lost over the board? Don’t know whether you should develop that knight, castle, or maybe go for a pawn break? Beginners typically treat each move on their own, without seeing the big picture. Chess Strategy for Beginners is the glue connecting everything together and allowing your pieces to work as a […]
Analyzing Your Own Games: It is common knowledge that the key to making progress in chess is the consistent and deep analysis of your own games. Once you have learned the most typical nuances of positional play and tactics, it is worth finding out what you miss in your own practice. It is necessary to […]
One of the most difficult things for every chess player is to recognize the exact moment they have to stop for a moment and think deep to find the best move. No matter what your level is, this is it, this is the key factor to improve your play. In a training session with a […]
If you want to improve your chess and become stronger you must analyze your own games in order to realize your own mistakes and work on them. This is a well known and effective method to get better at chess. However, not many people do it properly.
Improving your chess level is not possible over the night. It takes a lot of hard work, time and dedication. And even so, there are no guarantees that a significant improvement will happen. Moreover, what a player studies a day can show several weeks or even months later. However, beginners should not be intimidated by […]