Chess Board Visualization Training

chess visualization training

Chess board visualization training is necessary in order to not miss tactics, to be able to see more combinations and to become a better chess player. Chess board visualization does not come naturally to all chess players and is something that needs to be worked on. Chess visualization is something that must be trained, and…

The Chess Directory Project

Chess Directory Project

The Chess Directory project aims to consolidate all online chess related information into one place.  Currently the Chess Directory has 11 different chess related categories with 50 chess related sites already listed, and is growing quickly. Popular categories in the chess directory include: Online Chess Chess Engines Chess Blogs Online Chess Training If you have a chess…

Patience at the Chessboard

Patience

“Lack of patience is probably the most common reason for losing a game, or drawing games that should have been won.” – Bent Larsen Patience in Chess Winning and losing in chess is many times a result not of what you do not know, but of your behavior over the board. If your improvement has…

Thought Process Framework

Building Blocks

Moves are linked with other moves, and we have already looked at the simplest relationship between moves: the relationship between a move and your opponent’s response, but there exists a more complex relationship between moves.  The objective in a game is usually long term, and cannot be accomplished in one move, and it is essential…

Top 10 Chess Books You Will Ever Need

Updated 12/30/15 From Intermediate to 1800 Master’s of the Chessboard Improve Your Chess Tactics 100 Endgames You Must Know From 1800-2000 Zurich 1953 My System Chess Endgame Training From 2000+ My 60 Memorable Games GMRAM Dvoretsky’s Endgame Manual Test Your Chess IQ – Master Challenge Related Posts Best Chess Books of 2015 Best Books to…