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... your time to accumulate as much endgame knowledge as you can. This is the approach of Magnus Carlsen; although he knows everything there is to know about opening theory, we often see him play just a “normal”, ...
2. 10 Best Chess Games by Wesley So
(Articles/Openings)
Wesley So is a Filipino chess prodigy currently represented US. He is number 2 rated chess player in the world behind only Magnus Carlsen. Wesley So set a record by being the youngest player to cross 2600, ...
... that can be used in practice - Ed. My friend, Max and I were looking at a recent update on ChessPublishing.com. What drew our attention was the Carlsen-Anand encounter in the World Blitz Championship ...
4. 3 Best Games of the Week - 48
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... pieces.   Game 2: One of the surprises of the tournament was Magnus Carlsen’s loss against Richard Rapport in a rather equal position. He probably wasn’t happy with a draw and wanted to ...
5. 3 Best Games of the Week - 47
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... Magnus Carlsen. The game was a Queen’s Gambit Declined where white got a better position after black made a slight inaccuracy. Seeing the game, it might look like an easy win for white, but it’s important ...
6. 3 Easy Steps to Start Improving at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... been at least National Masters few years down the road. Magnus Carlsen wouldn’t have achieved anything, if it wasn’t for hard day-by-day work and tremendous dedication. The step 2 simply has to do ...
7. 7 Reasons Why Magnus Carlsen is World Champion
(Articles/General Information)
Magnus Carlsen has been dominating the chess scene for the last few years and has established himself as one of the strongest (if not the strongest) players at the moment. By winning many prestigious tournaments ...
8. The Decisive Battle - World Championship 2016
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
Magnus Carlsen confirmed his position as the world champion with a successful defense of his title last November against Sergei Karjakin. After 12 games the score remained level and it was the mini match ...
...  Karjakin-Carlsen, World Championship 2016 (TB 3): Opening Phase (C84) In retrospect 16.c3 would have been a critical test for Black and it would be interesting to see if it occurs in tournament ...
10. 3 Best Games from The World Championship Match 2016
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... two) decided games, but most of the draws were hard fought and some with chances for both sides. Magnus Carlsen put a lot of pressure on Karjakin, but the Russian Grandmaster showed great defensive skills, ...
...  Tiebreak #2 - World Championship Match - NYC 2016 Tiebreak #3 - World Championship Match - NYC 2016 Tiebreak #4 - World Championship Match - NYC 2016 TOTAL SCORE: CARLSEN ...
Every player wants to play like famous Magnus Carlsen. We saw him crashing his competition, winning tournament after tournament and match after match. He has many perks including photographic memory, super-human ...
... player who employed this “wonderful” move was none other than Carlsen. It was Magnus’ way of taking his opponent for a ride. By the time the opening transposed to Nimzo-Indian, the latter had lost his ...
14. 5 Things No Chess Player Wants to Hear
(Articles/General Information)
... – 135 games/year Magnus Carlsen – 75 games/year Vladimir Kramnik – 26 games/year It is hard to say if club players should try mimicking the playing schedule of professional chess players (probably ...
15. 5 Reasons Chess Training is Not Working for You
(Articles/General Information)
... out checking out how Carlsen beats Nakamura (or vice versa). Sounds familiar?  You did spent one hour on chess. Were you really training? Not really. This is what you need to do instead. All of ...
... to become a chess master you need to spend approximately 10,000 hours on chess. It may take much less time if you are a very talented player (aka Karjakin or Carlsen). But generally it takes about 3-4 ...
17. 5 Reasons Your ELO Isn’t Improving
(Articles/General Information)
... consists of playing blitz on the internet while staring at Magnus Carlsen’s picture on the wall… the chances are something isn’t working out for you. And that something is most likely your training routine. ...
18. 3 Best Games of the Week - 37
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
... games’’. However, we did a very nice selection and we hope you enjoy it. Game 1: Carlsen, M – So, W Bilbao Masters What’s most impressive about this game is how Magnus makes a win over an extremely ...
19. 3 Best Games of The Week - 34
(Annotated Games/Opening Theory)
The first game we selected for this week’s edition of the 3 best games was played in the super-strong Norway Chess tournament and features an instructive win of the World Champion Magnus Carlsen over Ukrainian ...
20. 13 Best Games by Viswanathan Anand
(Articles/General Information)
... Kramnik, Vaselin Topalov and Boris Gelfand. In 2013 he lost the title to Norwegian prodigy Magnus Carlsen. Anand is described as one of the most versatile world champions ever. Kramnik describes him as ...
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