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From my personal experience as a coach, many games are lost or won because of ches tactics. Even in the most common and simple endgames, you can find tactical ideas. For this reason, tactical training should be an important part of your training schedule. No matter how bad the position is in a game, a […]
Most players think that to beat a chess master you need to be one yourself. However it is not always the case. There are many example of when players 400-500 points lower rated were able to beat a 2200 rated one. How do they do that? We will take a look at some of the […]
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 […]
3 Things That Most Players Think They Should Do to Improve at Chess (and What They Really Should Do)
Many amateur chess players have certain stereotypes about chess training that are pretty difficult to break. They believe in it very strongly and not willing to change their vision. That is one of the key reasons why they have such a hard time improving their game. Today we will discuss these things in detail.
I have been asked many chess questions lately via my Facebook and Twitter accounts. Here is a list of selected questions with answers which maybe interesting for the general chess audience. If you have your own questions to ask you can send it on my email, Facebook or Twitter. I have also received questions on […]