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  • Keeping your opening repertoire fresh, is not just recommended, it's a must. You never want to become a predictable opening player, you want to spring surprises every time you can, keep your rivals guessing. The Trompowsky Attack with 1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 - named after the Brazilian master Octavio Trompowsky (1897 - 1984) is a great choice to maintain the surprise factor in your opening arsenal and us...

Internet Chess Club
Internet Chess Club
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  • Keeping your opening repertoire fresh, is not just recommended, it's a must. You never want to become a predictable opening player, you want to spring surprises every time you can, keep your rivals guessing. The Trompowsky Attack with 1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 - named after the Brazilian master Octavio Trompowsky (1897 - 1984) is a great choice to maintain the surprise factor in your opening arsenal and us...

Internet Chess Club
Internet Chess Club
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Internet Chess Club
Internet Chess Club
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  • Controlling the center of the board is extremely important in chess. In this video, we're going to cover four instructional games from Giacomo Greco, a famous Italian chess master. Greco played these games back in 1620, four centuries ago! yet they are very instructive, and I'm confident you're going to learn a lot. Notice how Greco plays the opening wisely, developing his pieces quickly controll...

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Internet Chess Club
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  • So, let's carry on with my next video, which is about learning how to identify and exploit checkmate patterns! Checkmate patterns are typical positions that you should be able to spot which lead to checkmate. It's very important to become familiar and practice checkmate patterns so that as you play a game, you seek moves that can bring about this familiar patterns. There are too many checkmate pa...

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Internet Chess Club
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  • Great that you're back. Ready for another instructional video?! I prepared this one about common mistakes in chess. Players of all levels tend to see threats coming directly ahead of them, but they often miss the threats coming from the sides. In this video, you'll see what I mean, why I consider it one of the most typical mistakes in chess. Want to OWN all of the GM Polgar's amazing lessons?

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Internet Chess Club
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  • I’m so excited you’re reading this because that means you're going to enjoy my best instructional videos absolutely FREE. This video is about chess openings. As a youngster starting to master chess, my chess rating improved immensely when I understood the basic principles of chess openings. How to start a game in the best way possible, avoid typical opening mistakes, and learn why the center is t...

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