Supercharge Your Chess Visualization Skills

Dear Reader, as I’m still in therapy for my Traumatic Brain Injury I have another guest Article for you. This one is very special because it could be the answer to a frequent question I get: how can I improve my visualization skills? Aiden’s own Chess-blog & training program ‘Don’t Move Until You See‘ focuses […]

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Three Lessons from a Friend’s Wedding in Cyprus

By National Master Evan Rabin Earlier this month I travelled to Cyprus to attend the wedding of one of my good friends and business partners. As I celebrated the wedding, consorted with friends and adventured there and in Israel, I learned three important lessons- to not care and results will come, just have fun, and go. …

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Chessable Seeks Applicants for Chessable Research Awards

By our 167th Podcast Guest Karel Van Delft Chessable, a leading platform in chess improvement and part of the Play Magnus Group, is seeking undergraduate and graduate students to apply for the Chessable Research Awards. The Chessable Research Awards are an initiative to develop our understanding of how chess can benefit our lives, how …

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Our Man in Madrid

Editor’s note: When Abhinav Suresh reached out to me in June before his trip to Madrid for the Candidates, I was more than happy to connect him to match organizers and have him on-site on behalf of US Chess. I know what a thoughtful and intelligent wri…

A Foundation for Beginners Sixty Nine

One of the things I’ve been mentioning over this series of articles is the idea of studying the games of master level players to aid in your improvement. However, I didn’t mention which of the masters you should study. Sorry about that! The reason I’m saying sorry is because not all master games are suitable … Continue reading “A Foundation for Beginners Sixty Nine”

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How to Attack Like a Chess Master? The Ultimate Attacking Guide for Club Players

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I have great news to share, so I’ll be quick. If you want to learn how chess masters are able to flawlessly and effortlessly generate game winning attacks, and win game-after-game, this is something you absolutely don’t want to miss. We have invited FM Nikolay Yordanov to run a totally free 1-hour workshop ‘How to […]

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