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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10 Things You Can Learn from Mikhail Botvinnik

Mikhail Botvinnik is one of the classics every player should study. He was the 6th World Champion and held the title for almost 15 years, though not consecutive. But he is also widely known as the Patriarch of the Soviet Chess School, as he trained many strong Grandmasters, with some of the most famous students […]

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A Foundation for Beginner’s Seventy

Last week, we examined the idea of studying the games of master level players from the 1800s. To recap, this specific period of time works well for beginners because the games demonstrate basic principles more clearly than games in which computer software was used to train the players. They also tend to be more exciting … Continue reading “A Foundation for Beginner’s Seventy”

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A Foundation for Beginner’s Seventy

Last week, we examined the idea of studying the games of master level players from the 1800s. To recap, this specific period of time works well for beginners because the games demonstrate basic principles more clearly than games in which computer software was used to train the players. They also tend to be more exciting … Continue reading “A Foundation for Beginner’s Seventy”

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