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I am curious to see if the team prefers the Kings Indian Defense of the Benko Gambit. What do you think?
Hello! I think for improving your game it is essential to play in slower formats, but unfortunately it seems that this excellent site is serious about bullet/blitz and rapid chess but not for classic
Hello everyone here in the Chess Learners Team. I hope you are all doing quite well. I am here to let you know, that I have written 3 different chess books on 3 different topics, and am releasing the
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Humans, I truly appreciate your comment. It is a good feedback. But I find myself absolutely lost when analysing. I don't know exactly what should I look for and when should I start looking for it?
It is widely regarded that becoming 2000 is an incredible feat. The United States Chess Federation even states that one who attains this rating is in the top 5% of all players. This often scares off a
Usually you should analyze your lost games. Why did it happen and so on. Even if you lose on time, you can look for your timewastes, did you had problems to find a plan in a position. Did you had tech
I have recently started to analyze my games as a part of studying chess. In this, I go through my games manually, describing if any position was not best played and finding out the better alternate.
I recently read a thread where someone asked the age old question whether to play 1. e4 or 1. d4. Personally, I have wrestled with this question time in and time out because being the ambitious chess
I watched his video. In fact I watch a lot of his instructive videos. But I find it hard to follow his thinking easily for the fact that I just decide what the best move in many situations is in the f