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Nerves of steel while playing chess

People usually avoid discussing this topic, although it’s very important. Let’s be real: we are not machines. Our general (psychological) condition bears influence on our chess results. Probably you’ve noticed that sometimes you play worse than usual. Obviously, it’s not because of your chess knowledge, which is still the same as previously. Nerves of steel while playing chess (Part-2) If you live in Malaysia, we may meet soon.

Nerves of steel while playing chess (Part-2)

I plan to visit Malaysia and would gladly meet with you. Feel free to send me an e-mail to gm.smirnov2014@gmail.com Note: if you have questions about any other topics (chess courses etc) – please, send them to support@chess-teacher.com First, I’d like to show you the solution to the task I gave you in the previous article: Why Peter Svidler is the god of Grunfeld defense? The Grunfeld defense, followed by the moves 1. d4 Nf6 2.c4 g6 3.

Why Peter Svidler is the god of Grunfeld defense?

Nc3 d5 is one of the most popular chess openings, where Black offers White the possibility of 4. cxd5, when after 4…Nxd5 White further gets the opportunity to kick the Black Knight away with 5. e4, leading to a strong centre for White. However, the large pawn centre could be a liability rather than an asset.

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GM_Indjic (2564) vs IM_Bartholomew (2448) in fDt822DL : A45 Trompowsky Attack

"][Site " "2015.11.25"][White "GM_Indjic (2564)"][Black "IM_Bartholomew (2448)"][Result "*"][WhiteElo "? "][BlackElo "? "][PlyCount "69"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "-"][ECO "A45"][Opening "Trompowsky Attack"][Termination "Unterminated"][Annotator "lichess.org"] 1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 { A45 Trompowsky Attack } c5 3. d5 d6 4. f3?! Standard Chess #256: IM Bartholomew vs. Kabeljaukrieger (Barry Attack) Longer Games #1 Climbing the 2500 mountain... A lesson in the Pirc/Tigers Modern. Anon. vs Anon. in MFBY5fUw : B00 Nimzowitsch Defense: Lean Variation, Colorado Counter Accepted. Breathasfoundation (1555) vs toddrico (1439) in Hubl6vGU : D02 Queen's Pawn Game: Chigorin Variation. [Event "Live Chess"][Site " "2017.03.22"][White "breathasfoundation (1555)"][Black "toddrico (1439)"][Result "1-0"][WhiteElo "?

breathasfoundation (1555) vs toddrico (1439) in Hubl6vGU : D02 Queen's Pawn Game: Chigorin Variation

"][BlackElo "? "][PlyCount "47"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "-"][ECO "D02"][Opening "Queen's Pawn Game: Chigorin Variation"][Termination "Unknown"][Annotator "lichess.org"] John Bartholomew. John Bartholomew (@fins0905) Zagar, Dane (1888) vs Bartholomew, John (2453) in 6RWlyYXu : A50 Queen's Indian Accelerated. [Event "MN Closed Championships"][Site " "2017.03.18"][White "Zagar, Dane (1888)"][Black "Bartholomew, John (2453)"][Result "0-1"][WhiteElo "?

Zagar, Dane (1888) vs Bartholomew, John (2453) in 6RWlyYXu : A50 Queen's Indian Accelerated

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Tang, Andrew (2458) vs Bartholomew, John (2453) in tH4IWAoV : D00 Queen's Pawn Game: Mason Attack

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Anon. vs Anon. in B9FvGdwZ : A40 Mikenas Defense: Lithuanian Variation

"][BlackElo "? "][PlyCount "71"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "900+15"][ECO "A40"][Opening "Mikenas Defense: Lithuanian Variation"][Termination "Normal"][Annotator "lichess.org"] WGM Atousa vs. USCF Candidate Master Willis. Mastering the Middlegame - GM Josh Friedel. Develop a Middlegame Plan - FM Aviv Friedman - 2014.10.22. Mitch + Ruben On Middle Game + Dynamic Approach to Chess. Enix2738 (1756) vs T-R (1404) in ksWBj7Bb : B00 Nimzowitsch Defense: Lean Variation, Colorado Counter Accepted. [Event "Import"][Site " "2017.03.18"][White "Enix2738 (1756)"][Black "T-R (1404)"][Result "1-0"][WhiteElo "?

Enix2738 (1756) vs T-R (1404) in ksWBj7Bb : B00 Nimzowitsch Defense: Lean Variation, Colorado Counter Accepted

"][BlackElo "? "][PlyCount "57"][Variant "Standard"][TimeControl "-"][ECO "B00"][Opening "Nimzowitsch Defense: Lean Variation, Colorado Counter Accepted"][Termination "Unknown"][Annotator "lichess.org"] Chess: Enix2738 vs toddrico - 2004519869 - Chess.com. Play it Anyway! The Shankland Method with IM Valeri Lilov - Live Webinar 11/03 at 12PM EST. Chessimo Download. Chessimo is a Windows software application whose purpose is to help chess players develop strategies and tactics using key learning concepts such as repetition and memorization of chess patterns and positions.

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Intuitive and interactive working environment You are welcomed by a clean layout that integrates a chess board from where you can play the game in a virtual environment. You can make use of the drag-and-drop support in order to move chess pieces from one position to another. Additionally, you are allowed to pause the game, give up the game and start a new one, monitor the time with the aid of two built-in timers, go to the previous or next chess move, as well as jump to the first or last chess move. Pure Chess: Grandmaster Edition Review – GameSpew. Chess. It’s been around hundreds of years, and you either love it or hate it (or, alternatively, just don’t know how to play it). If you’re not a fan of the checkerboard game then we can safely agree that Ripstone’s Pure Chess Grandmaster Edition is not going to be your cup of tea. If, however, you are partial to a tactical battle of ebony versus ivory, then this premier digital version is well worth checking out. Pure Chess isn’t anything new.

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