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1. 5 Ways to Improve Your Positional Play
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... position, but they should also be aimed at countering your rival’s own ones. There are many cases when the key to finding the best move lies in your ability to find your opponent’s “threat”. Let’s take, ...
2. 10 Ways to Improve Your Chess
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... strength At last, we’d also like to remind you about the importance of finding a strong motivation to play the game with energy. Nowadays the chess level is quite high and it costs a lot to win games ...
3. 3 Easy Steps to Start Improving at Chess
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Many chess players are struggling to improve. They spend countless hours researching different “effective” ways to study, finding coaches, reading books, courses, etc. etc. Chess improvement is a straightforward ...
4. 6 Things to Keep in Mind to Find Best Moves
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... for finding the best moves. There is also a talent component, which can possible be enhanced by specialized training. In this article, we will learn 6 things that will help you at finding the best moves ...
5. 10 Sickest Chess Combinations You've Never Seen
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... stronger players from the rest of the field. Grandmasters are capable of finding tactics even in the most tricky positions, when there are no obvious clues. Today we will examine and learn from 10 very ...
6. 10 Steps for Getting Good at Chess – Fast
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... 30 minutes to find a single solution, the problem is too hard. Ideally, you should spend around 2-3 minutes per problem or less for finding all the crucial lines and variations. You can read this post ...
7. 6 Ways Chess Masters Think Differently
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... or “not sacrificing material when unsure”. There are always exceptions to these sorts of things, and only with experience it is possible to recognize those. Masters are great at finding and implementing ...
8. How to Win at Chess – 10 Key Tips to Follow
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... Skewer opponent's pieces Practice finding those key elements in different positions and you will be on your way to start winning at chess! 6. Keep all of your pieces protected at all times Keeping ...
9. Chess Thinking on Different Levels: 2200 to 2500
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... think the opening has just ended. Another important thing about becoming a strong player is, of course, improving your calculation ability. However, here it’s not only about finding the right candidate ...
... any hesitation. Very often last minute findings are dreadful mistakes.  A well known technique to employ is the so-called method of comparison that is usually useful when you have two moves of seemingly ...
11. Grandmaster’s Thinking Algorithm
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... involves selecting what move to play. The point of this kind of algorithm is to help you at finding the best or at least reasonably good move in any given position. One algorithm recommended by many ...
12. Pawn Structures and Attacks
(Articles/Middle Game)
... be followed as unbreakable rules. It should only be used as guidance when finding a plan and selecting candidate moves. There are many exceptions in which totally the opposite happens, mostly due to more ...
13. The Closed Sicilian Pawn Formation
(Articles/Openings)
... and black. By understanding the characteristics of the position, we hope to make finding the right sequence of moves easier next time you employ or are faced against the Closed Sicilian. Plans for white: ...
... found several examples of positional play applied in structures that arise from 1.e4. We felt inspired to share these findings with our readers, so we hope you have enjoyed it as well and learned new things ...
15. Formulating Winning Plan: 4 Steps to Follow
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... do this, we need to analyze the position and find the strengths and weaknesses that each of the two sides has. To make the process of finding a correct plan easier, there are a few steps you can follow ...
16. The 5 Whys Method: Analyzing Your Chess
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... In today’s article we will talk about one very famous method that can be applied for finding the problems in one’s game, the Method of Five Whys. This method is a super simple one. In order to find ...
17. Fighting The Isolated Pawn
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A while ago we have shown you the advantages of the isolated queen’s pawn, the ideas and plans you can adopt when finding yourself on the side having such a structure. However, as everybody knows, an isolated ...
18. 5 Things That Every Chess Player Should Work On
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... with these tactics. That skill can be trained by exposing yourself to the different tactical themes and finding tactics in different positions. 3. Positional Understanding Positional understanding ...
Finding Bobby Fischer is an anthology of interviews with great players, past and present. It’s a treasure of reminiscence and insight. Chessbibliophile concludes his review of the book in this article. ...
20. 5 Steps to Calculating Likes a Grandmaster
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... win/save the pieces/pawns. 3. When the position is unstable (possible exchanges, pawns structure changes, simplifications etc.) you should calculate how you can benefit the most from it. Step 2. Finding ...
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