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    The Fun Of Pros And Cons (Again)

    NM danheisman Jun 15, 2017, 2:26 AM

    Many years ago I wrote a Novice Nook column, "The Fun of Pros and Cons." This column was directed at the many players who play way too fast in long time-control games. The column and its sequel "Chess is Decisions"...

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    The Amazing Chess Coincidence

    GM Gserper May 14, 2017, 6:59 AM

    In his book "School of Excellence: Endgame Analysis," IM Mark Dvoretsky analyzes two very similar endgames. He writes: "The game Sultan Khan-Tartakower, played in 1931, was indeed almost completely identical to...

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    Closing In On A Master Rating

    IM Silman May 11, 2017, 3:58 AM

    The Chess.com member mnuwan wrote: "I’m a middle-aged guy who has taken up chess again seriously after a hiatus of many years. I currently have a USCF rating of 2100, and I am trying to get the master...

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    How To Improve Your Chess 5

    GM kaidanov Dec 23, 2010, 1:53 AM

    We are certainly in for a treat today when we watch GM Gregory Kaidanov play "Chess Solitaire", a technique where you go over the game of a Grandmaster, trying to guess their moves as if it were your own game. Gregory...

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    How To Improve Your Chess 4

    GM kaidanov Dec 22, 2010, 8:22 PM

    When it comes to identifying key mistakes in your own games, chess players must be completely honest with themselves. Grandmaster Kaidanov sets a good example for us all with his candid remarks and critiques of...

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    How To Improve Your Chess 3

    GM kaidanov Sep 19, 2010, 6:46 PM

    Listening in on Grandmaster Kaidanov's "post game analysis pearls" and the self-critical views taken towards his own mistakes, is pure "chess candy"!!! Recognizing a negative pattern in his approach to the game...

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