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Peter Zhdanov
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13 July 2022

How Many Tournaments in a Row Should You Play?

How is summer treating you so far? What about playing a chess tournament or maybe even a few?
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Peter Zhdanov
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6 July 2022

Playing in Your Opponent's Time Trouble

What are the best ways to capitalize on an opponent’s time trouble? Let’s review a few must-know techniques that will boost your chess performance in such cases!  
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Peter Zhdanov
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29 June 2022

The Fear of Failure and Your Wiki Page

Do you have any chess fears? Let's talk about an efficient way of overcoming them.
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Peter Zhdanov
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15 June 2022

Returning to Chess After a Long Break: A Checklist

Haven’t played chess seriously in a long time? Check out our guide and return like a king!   
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Peter Zhdanov
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8 June 2022

Seven Tips to Help You Choose a Good Chess Book

One of the most popular questions asked by chess fans is, “What chess books should I read to become a better player?” Since lists get outdated quickly, let’s discuss the general principles of deciding whether a chess book will be helpful to you.
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Peter Zhdanov
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1 June 2022

Why do Stronger Players Make Mistakes Against Weaker Players?

One does not simply win a chess game without making any mistakes!
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Peter Zhdanov
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18 May 2022

Play for a Win in Every Game

“Not winning a tournament is not an option for me unless it’s no longer theoretically possible – then of course winning becomes impossible. But up to that point, not winning is just not an option.” – Magnus Carlsen.
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Peter Zhdanov
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11 May 2022

Recording Your Time Distribution

Recording the time spent per every move can provide more information about your game than you might expect!
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