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21 Days to Supercharge Your Chess

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1. 5 Most Beautiful Chess Combinations
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Studying chess combinations is one of the sure and proven ways to improve your games. By simply observing and understanding how Grandmasters were able to pull out one tactics trick after another, 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
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... 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 ...
4. 9 Must See Classic Games
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Studying classic games is a tested and proven approach for learning the strategies and mastering the ideas. It's not always easy to understand the purpose of each move because it is a part of a bigger ...
... found there in the games of Capablanca, Rubinstein, Fischer, Karpov and so on. By studying their games you will improve your technique and your evaluation of certain positions which will definitely give ...
6. 10 Must-Know Checkmates
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... focus on. The best approach to study checkmates is to carefully understand the ideas and remember key pattern. Pattern recognition is the key concept here. It is well known that chess masters know 1000s ...
7. 7 Best Games by Richard Reti
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... Capablanca and the future world champion Alexander Alekhine. Richard Reti was also a renowned endgame study composer. He set a blindfold game record in 1925 by playing 29 games simultaneously without seeing ...
8. 5 Ways to Improve Your Positional Play
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... so on. Truth is, working on only one aspect of the game won’t help you get better overall; you have to study all of them equally. Suppose you only solve tactics; it will be very difficult to find a correct ...
9. 10 Ways to Improve Your Openings
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Every chess player, of any level, is constantly trying to improve and show his best chess over the board. In order to successfully accomplish this, it is important to study all three phases of the game ...
10. 10 Ways to Improve Your Chess
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... of the studying endgame. A common approach is “why study so much endgame, if you need to make it out of the opening and middlegame first”? We don’t share this vision, although it is a valid point. Some ...
11. 10 Reasons Why It Rocks to be a Chess Player
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... It’s true that this game requires a lot of dedication and hard work, but it is fun to do it. It is also catchy; once you have started studying one thing, then you want to learn more and more and more, ...
12. 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 ...
... Here comes the first and most difficult part: you need to train a lot. I remember that that I used to study a lot during my youth. I used to solve tactics, read books, and on top of all this I would play ...
14. How to Unlock Your Grandmaster Mind
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... and study their games carefully. Pay especial attention to the comments that explain what made them decide on each move. Solving similar exercises regularly will also help you reach a higher level of understanding ...
15. 10 Habits of a Chess Master
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... want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need to work on all of the elements of the game in a systematic way: tactics ...
16. 7 Reasons Why Magnus Carlsen is World Champion
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... Wide chess knowledge As we mentioned before, he is a universal chess player and, in order to achieve this, one needs to study lots of games and positions. He has a great memory as well and this has helped ...
17. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
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... and endgame theory (concepts of what to do in certain situations) will make you a stronger player. 4.Study books There are several great books out there. We suggest you study the classics – not only ...
18. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
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... feel free to leave your comments with ideas that we may have missed. If you want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need ...
... have a clear study plan. If you aim for a dramatic improvement at chess you need to work on all of the elements of the game in a systematic way: tactics positional play attacking skills endgame ...
20. 5 Tips for Improving Your Chess
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... can possibly change your life? There is no way to know for sure, but if you try hard you will certainly achieve your dreams! If you want to improve your chess level, you need to have a clear study plan. ...
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