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  • I have started a blog series on endgame books, comments welcome:

    by Schemato 2 weeks ago

  • Read or play through the best games. Then try to solve various problems at the end. Anyway, 25 informant volumes are a lot of digest. And there are other 26-125 available too :)

    by ZaidejasChEgis 3 weeks ago

  • No someone just gave them to me. Haven't gone through them...yet...

    by thought_control 3 weeks ago

  • sell or read?

    by ZaidejasChEgis 3 weeks ago

  • i have chess infromant #1-25... is that anything special?

    by thought_control 4 weeks ago

  • you also need a bit of opening prep...

    by thought_control 4 weeks ago

  • Thanks...

    by ANIKETGOKHALE 5 weeks ago

  • tournament players use books on tactics! I believe tactic books are even better than leaning through electronics because you can go through the same problems again and again and really "ingrain" the patterns in. This is advice i need to do myself; my tactics are a bit shotty. There is a great book by GM Susan Polgar for this.

    by thought_control 5 weeks ago

  • So what books do tournament players use ?

    by ANIKETGOKHALE 5 weeks ago

  • It is ok. But i found tournament players rarely fall into those things.

    by royalbishop 5 weeks ago


Group Tournament

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