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  • Test Your Chess Understanding, Part 1

    Usually an article discusses a particular player, or tactics, or some positional concept. When I teach tactical motifs, you know that all the puzzles are going to be about tactics. If I am discussing a particular idea concerning a pawn structure, ... | Read More

  • Classic Pawn Structure, Part 1a

    A reader recently recommended a game where White (a 2700 grandmaster) made use of an interesting maneuver he (the reader) had never seen before. After seeing the sequence below, many questions may arise, and one might be left wonderin... | Read More

  • Classic Pawn Structure, Part 1b

    Last week we looked at a structure that featured a central space advantage for White (two center pawns vs. Black's one) and a queenside pawn majority for Black. I discussed White’s most aggressive plan (a pawn sacrifice that creates a mobile... | Read More

  • Q&A with Coach Heisman Apr 18, 2014

    In life, improvement is usually achieved by proceeding along the triangle "->Learn->Practice->Test->". In chess, this is "->Study->Play->Get Feedback->". Leave something out of the loop and you get diminishing returns. Thi... | Read More

  • Master Files 3.5

    Master Files 3.5 Contents Introduction Staying Protected The Importance of a Pawn Break How to Beat a Grandmaster The Twelve Puzzles of Christmas Introduction Hello fellow members, and Merry Christmas! As a young child I learned... | Read More

    • How To: Win At Chess

      When the evidence around us suggests human intelligence is on the decline, we’ll always have chess. It’s the great guardian of human creativity and imagination — the unfailing marker of our higher intelligence.   The game itself is incredi... | Read More

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    • Lesson 3

      You MUST not allow your opponet to get a massive pawn center. Now let's look at anoter example of how the pawns can be used.   Puzzle  #1 about  center pawns and attacks   Now lets see a game which shows the power of a Mobile... | Read More

    • What is a good Office ? What is the best working style ?

      We all know that some of our colleagues hate the place where they work, perhaps some love it! what is your view ? An architect commented about open space office and the open space working environment called 'Burolandschaft' "We know from what yo... | Read More

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      • | Aug 9, 2014
    • How to play chess extremely well

      How to play chess extremely well How to play chess really well so that you can achieve a respectable rating or playing ability A grandmaster is an extremely good chess player usually in the top 0.02% of all chess players or found on average 1 ... | Read More

      • | Aug 7, 2014
    • Chuzhakin's System

      A new technique for analyzing positions at the interface of strategy and tactics will considerably improve your playing and prevent you from making blunders. The PDF book is available at: ... | Read More

      • Chuzhakin
      • | Jul 19, 2014
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Video Lessons

  • Maurian, Charles Amedee

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    Charles Amedee Maurian was born on May 21, 1838.  He was the closest and life-long friend of Paul Morphy.  They attended Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama together where Morphy taught Maurian how to play chess in 1853-54.  In 1... Read More »