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    How To Learn From The Best

    GM Gserper Nov 11, 2017, 7:33 PM

    In one of my recent articles we analyzed the games of Rudolf Pitschak. As one of the readers correctly pointed out, he wasn't the best player in the world. Actually quite far from that! And yet we could learn something...

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    Chess Tests For Players 1400 And Up

    IM Silman Nov 10, 2017, 12:24 AM

    Here are six puzzles. They might be tactics, they might be positional, or the puzzle might be about understanding some hidden deep, dark, strategic concept. In other words you need to face real-world problems and...

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    Four Player Chess: How To Play And Win

    News Oct 28, 2017, 2:16 AM

    While the traditional two-player chess that we know and love today has become the most popular way to play, there have been hundreds of variations of chess created by imaginative fans of the game. One of the earliest...

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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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  • Disclaimer, The Ugly Truth and How it was done!'s Thumbnail

    Disclaimer, The Ugly Truth and How it was done!

    sellportal Nov 20, 2017, 12:23 AM

    First a disclaimer. The world is full of very good chess players that are titled and spend a lot of time helping others improve in chess. I'm not titled, have never been and most likely will never be (working upwards...

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    HOW TO FIND THE BEST MOVE... SORT OF???

    Chessnutcafe Nov 16, 2017, 11:22 AM

    HOW TO FIND THE BEST MOVE...     We all want to make the best move every time in chess, but even the greatest players in the world are not immune to making inaccuracies or out-in-out blunders; so what's a common chess...

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    #100DaysofChess - Day 7

    chessnerdbird Nov 14, 2017, 3:11 PM

    Wow. I started #100DaysofChess a week ago today. I just finished day 7 and I feel like I am making great strides in getting my tactical vision and calculation back on track.  I talk about it in the video but I am...

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