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1. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
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... sit and read it or play through the games is a complete different story! 6. Obsession with openings Too focused on the opening phase. Not having a clear plan or path to follow. One day Caruana wins ...
2. 7 Reasons Why Magnus Carlsen is World Champion
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... analyze different types of positions, from openings to endgame. 4. Impressive physical resistance This is probably related to his preference for squeezing and converting small advantages in long games. ...
3. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
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... that need to be worked in order to get better. It can also be very helpful to learn and practice openings as well as to analyze your own games. 2.Solving exercises This is perhaps the most effective ...
... 7.Bb2 Apart from Carlsen and Karjakin other players also came up with new ideas in openings. The games, Vachier Lagrave - Ivanchuk (Anti-Sicilian) and Grischuk - Naiditsch (King’s Indian) deserve special ...
... positions at how, that he has won many of his games due to home preparation. Here are the top 10 openings Kasparov plays. White Repertoire: 1. Sicilian Defense: Accelerated Dragon - Maroczy Bind 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. d4 cxd4 4. Nd4 g6 5. c4 ...
6. 10 Best Games on Dutch Defense
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Dutch defense is a great attacking opening choice where black prepares king's side attack from move one. In order to avoid complication in the center black usually locks it up early in the game. Dutch ...
... positions that can also arise from other openings, for example the Spanish. Let’s start off with this recent example: Anand, V – Jumbayev, R World Rapid Position after 8…Rc8 Black has developed ...
... pawns like in all Indian systems.  Queen’s Indian borrows some of its ideas from Nimzo-Indian setups. Both openings use the same idea of allowing white to build a strong center, before attempting ...
9. How to reach 1400 elo in 2 weeks?
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... time you should start off by learning the most important elements of the game. Those  are: 1. The Rules about the board and pieces 2. Basic Tactics 3. Basic Strategy 4. Openings Fundamentals ...
... today’s article we will try to answer some of the things about chess you thought were true, that aren’t. 1. Memorizing openings is useless Everyone heard this phrase, and it even makes some sense. ...
11. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
(Articles/Training Techniques)
...  7. You don’t play enough chess Not playing any chess is another extreme case. There are some “theoretical chess experts” who spend 100% of their time reading theory books, studying openings, following ...
12. 10 Best Games on King's Gambit
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King’s Gambit is one of the most popular openings for past 300 years. It was played by many strongest players including William Steinitz, Bobby Fischer, David Bronstein and Boris Spassky. It is a true ...
Sicilian Najdorf is one of most popular and best scoring openings played against 1.e4. It can be found everywhere from a local chess club to the world championship level. Greatest player of all time Bobby ...
14. 5 Tips to Build Your Own Chess Training Program
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... is basically to go over the chess games played around the world in the strong tournaments, play a lot of blitz online, review the openings of interest using a chess program. Now, this is okay for some ...
... openings that help Calrsen stay on top of the rating list and keep the World Championship title. Magnus Carlsen’s Openings for White: 1. Ruy Lopez, Berlin Defense 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 Nc6 3. Bb5 Nf6 ...
... for the center. There are different strategies to do this. One is a la Reti, by playing flank openings such as the Reti opening where white first fianchettoes and castles and then proceeds to attack the ...
... tell us who won the game. See you next month. For more info. on recent trends in openings you may visit ChessPublishing.com  ...
18. 5 Things to Do for Breaking 2000 ELO
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... them. You must learn to play with all your pieces first before going for “cheap tricks”. 3. Openings Focus on one system or two with black and white but no more. We would recommend choosing a practical ...
19. 7 Things to Do Before a Chess Game
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... try figuring out under what conditions you play at your best.  Although, staying hydrated is a good idea. 5. Review your openings Many players make a mistake of not reviewing their openings before ...
Having a well prepared opening repertoire is one the main goals that a chess player should work for. From a very early age we are told that studying openings is not as important as studying endgames for ...
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