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In today’s lesson, we are going to show you how to convert a slight advantage and slowly improve your position using the principle of two weaknesses. First of all, what do we call a weakness?
It is not easy to achieve positional mastery. The reason is that in order to do so one must follow the path of the development of chess since Morphy up until today. To give you a better idea here is a very brief description of what you would learn. Here is an (in)complete list of […]
The pawn structure is probably one of the elements that we need to pay more attention to during our games. It defines the character of the play, the direction of our attacks, and the plans we have to make. Pawn structures are the foundations that keep a position together. In this article, we are going […]
The strategy is a very important part of the chess game and, many times, slightly disregarded by club players, who usually like to attack and try to do it at any (positional) cost. If you are such a player and are thinking about giving strategy more thought, then the player we are going to present […]
Aron Nimzowitsch is considered to be one of the most important chess players and writers in history of the game. Not only he was one of the strongest players from 1927 to 1931 (3rd strongest behind Alekhine and Capablanca), but also he influenced many great players with his work on positional chess. Among the ones […]