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iChess.net contributor January 13, 2016

Chess Tournament Calendar 2016

Chess Tournament Calendar 2016 This should be a great year for chess with the Grand Chess Tour, Candidates Tournament and a World Championship match to round things off with. After an indifferent first half of 2015, Magnus Carlsen won the London Chess Classic and Qatar Masters to confirm his position [...]
iChess.net contributor August 23, 2016

Mikhail Tal’s Games: Tal’s Most Brilliant Endgames

Mikhail Tal’s Games: Tal’s Most Brilliant Endgames When most people think of Mikhail Tal’s games, they are drawn to sensational sacrifices and phenomenal attacking play. However, his endgames were every bit as brilliant as Susan Polgar reveals in this video, a free preview of Secrets of Chess Tactics (Intermediate). In the first of Mikhail [...]
iChess.net contributor August 16, 2016

Learn The Dan Heisman Thought Process

Learn The Dan Heisman Thought Process Dan Heisman is one of the most original and respected chess coaches around today thanks to his teaching of the Dan Heisman thought process – a logical thinking method that helps players calculate more accurately, form winning strategies and avoid blunders. This Saturday (20th August) [...]
iChess.net contributor August 16, 2016

Sinquefield Cup Chess Tactics

Sinquefield Cup Chess Tactics This year’s Sinquefield Cup was incredibly close, with 7 of the 10 participants capable of winning going into the last round. Even the individual games were tight, with 32 draws from 45 games. Indeed, draws were the theme of the tournament with all games drawn in [...]
iChess.net contributor August 10, 2016

How to Build Your Opening Repertoire

Free Training: How to Build Your Opening Repertoire The question of how to build your opening repertoire is common among club players. The benefits are clear: you spend much less time and energy thinking about the opening stage during games and you’re more likely to get a good position by move [...]