Book Review – Mastering Chess Middlegames by Alexander Panchenko

Book Review – Mastering Chess Middlegames by Alexander Panchenko

In this book published by New In Chess, Alexander Panchenko has given his systematic knowledge. He used his 11 years of experience to write this book. Alexander explains about improving the middlegame technique. He shares some of his real-life experiences with readers. The uniqueness of this book is that you will find positions for playing…

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Paul Morphy – First Unofficial World Champion
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Paul Morphy – First Unofficial World Champion

Welcome to our new series of legends who were near world champions! We will cover various players in the coming articles. The first one is easy to predict – Paul Morphy. Paul Morphy was born in New Orleans, United States of America June 22, 1837. He belonged to a wealthy family. Former world champion Bobby…

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Top 9 Chess Players Who Play the King’s Indian Defense

Top 9 Chess Players Who Play the King’s Indian Defense

King’s Indian defense opening has very much old history. Geller popularized this opening in the 20th century.  People started to pay more attention to it between 1985-2005. This opening is suitable for attacking style players as it is a dynamic opening and most preferred for a must-win situation with black. Another plus point of this…

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Book Review – Endgame Play by Jacob Aagaard

Book Review – Endgame Play by Jacob Aagaard

Endgame play is one of the 6 books of the grandmaster preparation series published by Quality Chess. Other books in this series are positional play, calculation, attack and defense, strategic play, and thinking inside the box. Author Of book – GM Jacob Aagaard Publishing Date – 2 June 2014 Published by – Quality chess What…

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