ALL DRAWS… … in today’s second round. That makes the scores Giri 1½/2; Grischuk, Vachier-Lagrave, Caruana, Anand, Adams, Aronian, Carlsen, Nakamura 1; Topalov ½. Most of the games were well contested, but elite, classical chess gravitates towards a drawn result and there’s no point getting hung up about it. One of the dangers of a stellar field is
The seventh London Chess Classic – bigger and even stronger than its six predecessors – got under way on Friday 4 December 2015 with some tense chess, and just the one decisive result, as Anish Giri of the Netherlands recovered from a dubious position to defeat Veselin Topalov and snatch an early lead.
You can improve your chess a lot without spend so much time each day. Just use it wisely! Here is a very good video of one way to do it, similar to the ideas we mention in the article where the interview with Anand was.
It´s best to mix the games with your favorite players but also other players wich have a different style than your
One of the greatest chess players in the world is without a doubt the former World Chess Champion, Viswanathan Anand. Knowing of hard work, deep understanding of chess and enjoyable chess style, he is one the most popular chess player in the world. On younger years, he was too famous for play very fast, and many of his opponents was it
Endgames are one of the most important parts of chess. If you know and play endgame well, the middle game will always be much easier to play because you understand what you want in the endgames. Rock and pawn endgames are one of key endgame because so many games are decided with that type of endgame.
One vital part to be a strong chess player are psychological preparation for chess. Stay focus and calm no matter what is going on around you or on the board will help you are lot. Martin Hagger is Professor of Psychology at Curtin University and is excellent in exercise psychology. Here he shows how the techniques might be used by
One of the most effective ways to take process in chess is to analyse games with great players. Special if it´s with good annotation. We will talk more about it later here in yourchesstraining.com. But we want to show you great game between .
It´s no doubt that one of the most important things you need to do in your chess training is to solve tactics pattern regularly. But have in mind that you need only 10 minutes on a day to development to be a stronger chess player.
One of the most important things in chess is to judge a chess position. All players are judge in it through the game more or less. But what is the best way to do it. We will talk about it many times here on yourchesstraining.com because it´s important to development it.