What is the Difference Between Stalemate and Checkmate?
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What is the Difference Between Stalemate and Checkmate?

In chess, there are various rules and concepts which has to be learned at the beginner level. Some of them are stalemate and checkmate. In this article, we will see the difference between stalemate and checkmate. What is Stalemate? A stalemate is basically a chess position in which no pieces can be moved without any…

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Discovered Attack in Chess – Basic Chess Tactics
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Discovered Attack in Chess – Basic Chess Tactics

Till now we saw tactics with all sorts of frontal attacks. Pins, Forks, Skweres, Double attacks. All of them were done with the attacker having one piece which attacks the target. Today we will see how to do surprise attacks in chess. Discovered check and Discovered attack Frontal attacks are easy to expect and judge…

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Book Review – Positional Play
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Book Review – Positional Play

Positional play is one of the 6 books of the grandmaster preparation series published by Quality Chess. Other books in this series are Attack and Defence, Endgame Play, Calculation, Strategic Play, and Thinking Inside the Box. This grandmaster preparation series is one of the bestseller book series in the chess world. Positional play is one…

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Book Review – Practical Chess Defence
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Book Review – Practical Chess Defence

A game of chess goes on like one player makes mistake and the other tries to capitalize on it. Then comes themes like ideas, refutations, attack, defense, counterattack, and much more. When one player attacks it depends on the other player’s style to put up a defense or create a counter-attack. It is mostly recommended…

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