English Chinese (Simplified) German Hindi Romanian Russian Spanish

21 Days to Supercharge Your Chess

SUPERCHARGE YOUR CHESS
Give me 21 Days and I Will Show You How to
Become a Dramatically Better Chess Player

Chess Talk

Chess Players Online:

We have 181 guests online
pogonina
Search
Search Only:

Search Keyword player

Total: 105 results found.

Page 1 of 6
1. 7 Finest Endgame Plays
(Articles/Endgame)
... won't be as useful here. Success mostly depends on the fundamental understanding of simple positions and technical skill. If you want to progress as a chess player working on endgames is the must. It is ...
... one learns through experience and deep study of classical games. However, for beginners and club level players this may be a difficult task. At this level most exchanges are often done by routine or ...
3. 9 Masterpiece Games You Must See
(Articles/General Information)
... games of strong players everyday. The key is to understand why the moves were made, what was the plan and thinking behind it. You can learn enormous number of ideas from studying classic games. Today we ...
... minor pieces  To me it seems it is easier to hold back white’s queenside pawns with the help of minor pieces, i.e. with a knight on d7 it is difficult for the first player to get c4-c5. 3. Do not ...
Bobby Fischer is an American chess grandmaster. He is considered to be one of the greatest chess players of all time. Fischer showed his skill in early age by already winning very strong players by the ...
6. 9 Must See Classic Games
(Articles/General Information)
... plan which can go as deep as a dozen moves ahead. That's why it is important to study well-annotated games, where the most important ideas are explained. It is next to impossible progress as a chess player ...
7. Developing The Sense of Danger
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... be done by analyzing your own games and trying to find your weaknesses. You have to draw your own conclusions and decide what part of the game you have to work on. Most players work on tactics; this ...
... not even principal opening and show his best skills later on when the position does not forgive imprecisions. Kramnik also has the same style; he is a terrific all-around player but especially strong in ...
9. 10 Must-Know Checkmates
(Articles/Middle Game)
Checkmate is an ultimate goal of the game. Ability to deliver a checkmate is closely tied to tactics. It is a very important skill that chess players of all levels, and especially those under 2200 should ...
10. Prophylaxis
(Articles/Middle Game)
Chess is a game of ideas, where the players have to carefully build their position and find weaknesses in the other player’s camp that will allow them to break through. It is easily understood why being ...
11. 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, ...
The Evans Gambit is an aggressive line of Giuoco Piano. The opening is named after William Evans, who is the first player to use it. This opening quickly became a popular choice for many great masters ...
Strategy plays a big part in a chess game. In positions where tactical play is absent, the players with a superior strategical thinking tend to outplay their opponents. It is often seen that inexperienced ...
14. 6 Greatest Grandmaster's Upsets
(Articles/General Information)
Do you think Grandmasters always outplay the lower rated competition? Think again. Even the greatest players like Garry Kasparov may lose to those 300 points lower rated. Can a Grandmaster lose to a Master ...
15. 7 Best Games by Richard Reti
(Articles/General Information)
Richard Reti was one of the top players in the world from 1910s to 1920s. Reti was a classical combinative player. His favorite opening was King’s Gambit. He beat many strong players including Jose Raul ...
... If you are not a d4 d5 player, you can meet the London System with 1.d4 Nf6 2.Bf4 c5. This is an aggressive line and you would get some material from ChessPublishing.com. We also had a look at the update ...
17. The Sicilian Dragon - Kamsky's Way
(Articles/Openings)
The Sicilian is the number one enemy for 1.e4 players. Nowadays it’s almost impossible to play against the Sicilian without having a strong theoretical preparation. This approach requires a long time to ...
18. Starting an Attack: 5 Things to Know
(Articles/General Information)
... account. Most amateurs like to attack no matter what and start it out of nowhere, without taking any preparatory steps. This might work against weaker players, but against a strong opposition it is rarely ...
... weakens the king’s side. This opening move rank 6th by popularity. Bird opening is not something you will see very often on GM tournament, but nevertheless it’s a good choice for many club players. Today ...
... and easy to learn recipe against the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon that was played recently by the International Grandmaster Eduardas Rozentalis. Rozentalis is a player of a unique style. He likes to grind ...
<< Start < Prev 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next > End >>