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The best chess coaches in the world


The best chess coaches in the world
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The best chess coaches in the world

There is a big difference between the best chess player in the world and the best chess coaches. The reason why this important difference is emphasized is that it is one thing to be skillful when playing several … Read more


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7 things to consider when hiring a chess coach


7 things to consider when hiring a chess coach
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7 things to consider when hiring a chess coach

To be successful in chess requires a high level of preparation. It is mainly based on tactics and strategy, beyond the level of intellectual coefficient or concentration that a player may have. Many people dedicate hours … Read more


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Discover the 8 reasons why you should train with a chess coach


Discover the 8 reasons why you should train with a chess coach
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Discover the 8 reasons why you should train with a chess coach

Sometimes to achieve our goals we need an extra push, from the most basic chess player who only plays for fun, to the competitor who has participated in chess tournaments. For that, a … Read more


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Study chess will allow you to raise your skills. Discover it!


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Studying is always present in our lives. Constant learning is human nature, but does chess also require this? Yes, study chess is necessary to progress in this game. Unlike other sports, chess is a purely mental activity where theory and practice win. Chess players have … Read more


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Chess lessons are very important. Discover why and all the reasons.


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Chess is a mental battle between two players who want to capture the opponent’s king. A fundamental aspect of chess lessons is that it has analogies with everyday life since decision-making is presented, we are surrounded by them and we barely open our eyes … Read more


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Chess openings and theory. Discover theoretical secrets!


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Chess openings: Theoretical secrets…

Vladimir Kramnik shared a funny article some years ago about chess openings.

Rustam Kamsky, the father of Gata, hired Alexander Jalifman in 1989 as an analyst and trainer for his son. Not without establishing the “theoretical” bases of the relationship beforehand.

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Vassily Ivanchuk and Nicolas Rossolimo. Two chess genius!


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Vassily Ivanchuk: Paris can wait…

When he was 17 years old, Vassily Ivanchuk was one of the members of the Soviet youth team that made a brief trip through Western Europe. Once the coach, GM Alexei Suetin, told his young players that the next day … Read more


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Chess Opening: Trend and research. The evolution of the chess openings.


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Chess Opening: Trend and research

Back in the 1950s, the soon-to-be world champion Vasily Smyslov considered the King’s Indian Defense as incorrect. Playing the Scandinavian was seen as folly, not to say absurd. And because of that, there were no signs of it in the … Read more


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