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Peter Zhdanov
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20 October 2021

Why Do We Miss Good Moves? – Part I

Let’s explore some of the most popular reasons why people choose bad moves in chess over good ones!
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Peter Zhdanov
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14 April 2021

Twelve Fun Ways of Solving Chess Tactics

Are you as happy about your tactics as Magnus is on this image? What was the saying once again? “Solving tactics every day keeps the blunders 
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Peter Zhdanov
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21 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // A Fortified Camp

One of the methods of defending in the endgame against superior enemy forces is gathering all your men into a fist within a small fortified camp. Lock the doors, shut the windows! 
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Peter Zhdanov
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18 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // Decoy 3 - Hikaru Nakamura's Immortal Game

Back in the day when it was played, Hikaru Nakamura dubbed this brilliancy “the best game he ever played”. A well-calculated queen sacrifice and other spectacular tactical fireworks await you in our new lesson! 
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Peter Zhdanov
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14 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // David Bronstein

David Bronstein, to whom Viktor Kortschnoj referred to as a “genius”, tied the legendary Mikhail Botvinnik in a World Chess Championship match. Check out our new lesson to learn more about his personality and to discover a game featuring one of his best combinations. 
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Peter Zhdanov
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11 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // Advantage in development

An advantage in development is all you need to wipe the floor with your opponents, creating masterpieces along the way. Let’s master the art of obtaining and exploiting this advantage! 
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Peter Zhdanov
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7 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // Jindrich Fritz

Today the man to beat is Dr. Jindrich Fritz – a Grandmaster of chess composition ⚡. Having published 500 chess problems, he won 60 prizes in international competitions. Let’s see if you can cruise through three of his selected studies! 
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Peter Zhdanov
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4 January 2021

♟️🧰 New Lesson // Creating an Impassable Pawn Barrier

⁣“We gonna build the wall!” A pawn wall, to be exact. Our new lesson will help you expand your escape artist’s arsenal of endgame tricks. Some of the featured positions leave chess engines clueless about the outcome of the game! ⁣🎭
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