Training guide for hardcore improvement If you are a chess player, you’re probably aware that studying and practicing tactics is one of the best ways to improve. However, many players study tactics and aren’t able to apply them to their games consistently. This problem is so prevalent that I would venture that most games below …... click here to read more.
Dear Chessable members, Today we are happy to bring you a couple of upgrades and an update of our progress on MoveTrainer 2.0 and apps. First things first, we’ve upgraded our servers. The new setup allows for faster response times and a smoother experience. This will be important especially as the site keeps growing. We …... click here to read more.
Chessable developer William Hoggarth, a 1600 elo player originally from the UK but who now lives in Siberia, is on the hunt for new chess tips for beginners. In June, William came in from the cold (quite literally) to play to his first over the board tournament for seven years and found the mental side …... click here to read more.
There are two ways to play for a draw – to enter a variation that leads to a forced draw (though in this case the opponent should also be willing to enter there) or to go for a simplified and drawish position, which still needs to be played but one where the probability of draw …... click here to read more.
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What an event the 19th Chess-in-the-Park Rapid Open in New York this weekend was! IM John Bartholomew and I attended as a duo on Saturday to do a little promo stuff and spread the word about Chessable – and we were both blown away by it. Chess-in-the-Park is a tournament held every year at the …... click here to read more.
Today is simply unbelievable! We are delighted to announce that Chessable has become part of the Play Magnus & Chess24 family... click here to read more.
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In this post, I’d like to provide an update on the lines of our Najdorf repertoire... click here to read more.
Hi everyone, our all-American hero IM John Bartholomew is off to a 4th July parade today and will then spend the rest of it “grilling out”, whatever that means. But first, he’s launched a very special Independence Day sale for you today. We’re pleased to say a stack of our US-based authors have got on …... click here to read more.
There are two types of endgames, theoretical and practical and the way to study them is different.... click here to read more.