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Most club players hate endgames. With a clenched fist in the air, they’ll wail and shout that it’s much more...
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The Southend Masters 2019 tournament was a success for iChess' GM Damian Lemos, who finished joint-first....
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The King’s Indian Defense is a chess opening for Black against 1.d4 and occurs after the moves 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4...
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The Pirc Defense is a chess opening for Black against 1.e4 which is named after the Slovenian Grandmaster Vasja Pirc....
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It’s a fact that the majority of club players are weak in the endgame. They don’t usually get found out...
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In chess, some decisions are irreversible. Piece exchanges, for example, can’t be taken back. That's why you have to think...
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In chess, there are common traps that beginner players fall into. Some of us may have a good rating now,...
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Chess endgames are the weakest point for most players - which means working on this critical phase of the game...
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They say that a bad plan is better than no plan at all. But, what really counts is also being...
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Before you start to learn any opening moves off by heart, there are 3 basic opening principles which are key...
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Amazingly, when Anatoly Karpov was 12 years old, he was accepted into Mikhail Botvinnik's prestigious chess school. However, the legendary...
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Sergey Karjakin is a regular in the world's top ten chess players. He holds the record for the world's youngest...
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