December 5, 202212 view(s)
The Queen's Gambit chess opening debuted over three-hundred-and-fifty years before Netflix. This chess opening has stood the test of time and is still a dependable opening today. Although primarily a positional opening, 1.d4 and 2.c4 can lead to exciting, tactical chess in many variations. The positional nature of the opening gives you every reason to play for a win.
November 28, 202232 view(s)
Eliminate all doubt about your ability to learn any chess opening now. The best chess openings all adhere to sound opening principles, and the Sicilian Dragon is no exception. In fact, if you are a beginner, you will likely do a better job learning the more complicated openings than an intermediate or higher-rated player. The best way to learn anything is with a beginner's mind; as a beginner, you already have one.
November 4, 202244 view(s)
We all want to win our chess games but believing that we will win every game is an unrealistic approach. Drawn games in chess are a common occurrence and are not seen as failures. Before we can think about winning, it is good to ensure that at least we do not lose. Acquiring the skills, we need to hold our position together requires understanding how attacks are carried out in chess and how we can turn attacks aside.
October 27, 202222 view(s)
When it comes to choosing chess openings for white, there is a lot to learn. Black has a wide variety of defenses to choose from, and you must be prepared to face them all. Choosing a middlegame theme, you know well will help you cope with the extra theoretical workload of chess openings for white. All you need to learn is how to reach your chosen structure.
October 21, 202217 view(s)
The endgame is a fascinating phase of a chess game. There are all sorts of strategies to help you navigate them with success. Learning these endgame concepts can become an exciting voyage of discovery; the best part is that you will likely be on this journey for your entire chess career.
October 11, 202220 view(s)
Looking for an opening, you can play for many years? Then the Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack is for you! This chess opening is easy to learn as a beginner but strong enough to challenge players rated 2000 Elo. Positionally sound with easy-to-learn plans, you can feel confident playing the Nimzowitsch-Larsen Attack after a weekend of opening study.