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    • Prodigy Program Deadlines

      The deadline to submit the placement exam for joining the first month of the 900 or 1200+ ELO section of the Prodigy Program is November 24th, 2014. Exams submitted after this deadline will not be graded in November. If you want to join the 900 ... | Read More

      • GeniusKJ
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    • Three Types of Positions

      In my newest article on NextLevelChessCoaching.com, I talk about some general information about three types of positions in chess. These are the closed, semi-open and open positions. Read the article to learn: How to identify which type of positi... | Read More

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    • Tournament Preparation, Part 2: Tournament Play

         Hello! My name is Zach Kasiurak. I am a National Master living in Columbus, OH, USA rated 2283 USCF and 2216 FIDE. I am seriously pursuing my chess career and looking to improve rapidly as a player and coach.    I have created my blog to p... | Read More

      • zkman
      • | Nov 19, 2014
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    • Understanding Critical Squares

      In my newest article on NextLevelChessCoaching.com, I talk about the concept of "critical squares". Critical squares are defined as "any squares on the board that are attacked and defended the same number of times". Read the article to learn how ... | Read More