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The road to chess improvement is normally a long and difficult struggle which requires a lot of hard work and commitment. According to accepted wisdom you should: practice as much as possible by playing lots of games, especially at slow time controls analyse your own games (and others) preferably with a stronger player, or with a pc solve as many tactics problems as you can every day take lessons from a good coach , or use an effective teaching tool like Chess Mentor Stuff that for a game of soldiers, eh? Even if you are doing all of the above, surely there must be some shortcuts to improving your game? A few nuggets of advice, or ways of thinking about chess and approaching the game?
Kasparov versus the World was a game of chess played in 1999 over the Internet . [ 1 ] Conducting the white pieces, Garry Kasparov faced the rest of the world in consultation, with the World Team moves to be decided by plurality vote . Over 50,000 individuals from more than 75 countries participated in the game. The host and promoter of the match was the MSN Gaming Zone , with sponsorship from First USA bank. [ 2 ] After 62 moves played over four months Kasparov won the game.