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  • #21

    Great advice!

  • #22

    I think I underdtand field of force. If I recite or write thost list say 10 times, I would not to check with the check list every time I move. It would be part of my intuition and instinct. Did I understand right @fieldsofforce?

  • #23
    bong711 wrote:

    I think I underdtand field of force. If I recite or write thost list say 10 times, I would not to check with the check list every time I move. It would be part of my intuition and instinct. Did I understand right @fieldsofforce?

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    You are getting closer.  If over months and years you memorize the list and it becomes instinct in your brain to go over the list before you make a move, it becomes not only an analytical  tool, but  also  a disciplined way  of  thinking. 

    It forces you to look at the position from diffirent critical perspectives as you check each item on the list

  • #24

    great advices

  • #25

    Everybody better get busy with upgrading their chess skills.

  • #26

    if you want to improve you need to love chess and have time to play and study, of course a good coach helps too

  • #27

    Please suggest a good pdf book. My rating is very low in blitz I want to improve myself. I am better in delayed chess. My rating in chess with Friends is 1538.

  • #28

    Asmaull:

    i saw your profile and im going to leave some books(my favorites) but i recomend that dont start with books, i think that videos on youtube and tactics plus problems its good enough, you can grab and idea or two but some of those are kind of advance for a 700 player(i dont want to sound rude), and if you want to improve remember that you can ask me for a lesson, i think only 3 guys have ask for that

    i have 3 that i read and i think they are really good for all levels...

    1) My system Aron Nimzowitsch, a classic and have some cool concepts, it make me improve but i read it when i was like 1500 i think, doesnt matter what level you are this book can help you

    2) El metodo zugzwang- Daniel Muñoz probably its in english too

    3) Tratado general de ajedrez- Grau, amazing book, actually are 4 books the first one in only how to move the pieces but i enjoy the 2 and i read the 4 i m not sure if you can find this one on english

  • #29

    What's to improve?! If you can't get it once you learn how the pieces move, there is no reason to ask questions - just quit while you are ahead. Chess has been proven to drive its best players insane. Example? Morphy, Fischer, Nimzovich, etc., etc., etc. 

  • #30

    boris79: their best players insane? kasparov is perfect, karpov is perfect more? Carslen, Anand, Kramnik and you are saying that if you cant learn once you learn how to move the pieces then better quit and dont ask questions, you think fischer or kasparov did that? they had teachers when fischer was a kid he wasnt consider genius he had to work really hard and with the help of profesionals and teachers he archive all his goals

  • #31

    over a 1000 views and 30 comments, thanks

  • #32

    I would really enjoy if you could walk me through a game!!

  • #33

    Hello Mehey66 maybe it would help for you to look at a game with notation, that is written comments alongside moves:

    I BEAT AN NM (actually) - Chess Forums - Chess.com

    https://www.chess.com/forum/view/game-analysis/i-beat-an-nm-actually

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