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General Chess Discussion - If Magnus forgot everything about endgames...#3

Come on Sargon... When these strong players instantly drop a rook into a perfect square that “defends the base” instead of chasing opponents’ pawns... that is pure knowledge with zero calculation. Or …


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General Chess Discussion - How to develop in detail #2

Solve puzzles, read a book. 1650 is easy. But may take longer than a month... 2000 same thing... solve more puzzles , read another book... And so on...


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General Chess Discussion - The Road to 2300 Blitz#23

Green Machine. Many people care about blitz time scrambles. Blitz is a form of real chess. As is bullet and hyper bullet. You know how I know this? Because it’s called chess :) Just time is sho…


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General Chess Discussion - Is Kasparov the greatest Woodpusher in the history?#28

Thread starter is drunk. This is the only explanation for this thread.


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General Chess Discussion - Stalemate on purpose#30

How about stalemate NOT on purpose? I do that a lot.


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General Chess Discussion - How To Reach 2000 VOL.2#25

#23 I dun kno... Everytime I play titled players and anyone ranked 2100-2400 in bullet or blitz it’s always just that they are a tiny bit faster and make less basic blunders. Computer shows after t…


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General Chess Discussion - How To Reach 2000 VOL.2#17

Dude gained 300 points. Keep doing what you’re doing. if you stall for a few weeks/months, then tweak your training a bit.


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General Chess Discussion - Stalemate on purpose#21

Thread starter needs to brush up on the rules of the game, it seems :)


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General Chess Discussion - Chess Improvement ...stops??!#5

Solving hundreds of puzzles once is better than nothing. But it’s not much. Again, to get to 1800 solve 300 positions from chess tactics pro app or Alburt’s training book 7 -10 times over until you in…


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General Chess Discussion - how to analyze?#5

After the game have computer find where you blundered, or opponent blundered and you failed to take advantage of it. Hit yourself on the forehead with an open hand and scream something like “OMFG! THE…


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