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Put 10 Minutes on the Clock and Try to Solve!

Put 10 Minutes on the Clock and Try to Solve!

CraiggoryC
Jul 23, 2016, 11:53 AM 4
One of the best ways to keep yourself honest when going over chess puzzles, is to set a timer and write down everything you were thinking. At the end compare to the correct answer. If you have a coach/teacher this information will be invaluable to them, and they can help you clean up how you calculate. A huge difference between titled players and non-titled players is clear & concise calculation.
Links for Tips About How to Get Better at Calculation:
"Think Like a Grandmaster"-by GM Kotov
A Discussion about Kotov's Candidate Move System
It's time to put 10 minutes on the clock and see what you got!
Black to Play and Win!
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Black to play and Survive!
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White to play and Finish Black off!

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