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  1. Krush Gambit
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    Alexander Beliavsky is a product of the legendary Soviet School of Chess and once a contemporary of Anatoly Karpov.  "Big Al" as he's affectionately know as, is a four-time USSR Champion (1974, 1980, 1987 and 1990), and has played at the Olympiad for three countries, first starting with the USSR, the latest being his now adopted homeland of Slovenia.  In his time at the top, Big Al was a noted theorisist - and in 1996, he came up with an interesting line in the classical Nimzo-Indian after  1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Bb4 4 Qc2 d5 5 cxd5 Qxd5 6 Nf3 Qf5 7 Qd1 e5!? that quickly got christened “The Beliavsky Gambit”.  The Beliavsky Gambit was quickly adopted by other top stars  such as Adams and Khalifman.  Although out of fashion these days, it has never been refuted outright. But top US Women’s player, IM Irina Krush, came up with her own counter-gambit to eschew the complications of the Beliavsky gambit, with the enterprising 1 d4 Nf6 2 c4 e6 3 Nc3 Bb4 4 Qc2 d5 5 cxd5 Qxd5 6 Nf3 Qf5 7 Qb3 c5 8 a3 Bxc3+ 9 Qxc3 Nbd7 10 g4!? Learn More
  2. Marshall Gambit (2 video series)
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    One of the world’s first Grandmasters, America’s Frank J. Marshall (1877-1944) left behind a lasting legacy to the chess world with his revered gambit against the Ruy Lopez:  the Marshall Attack with 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 Bb5 a6 4 Ba4 Nf6 5 0-0 Be7 6 Re1 b5 7 Bb3 0-0 8 c3 d5! The myth goes that Marshall deliberately kept his analysis secret for seven years before playing it against Capablanca at New York 1918, but this has since been debunked by historians.   Regardless of its origins, it continues to wreck havoc both at club and elite level over 90 years on - and the latest high-profile victim is Ukrainian world No7 Vassily Ivanchuk, who got hit by some stunning new theory in it by Hungary’s Peter Leko at the recently concluded World Team Championship in Ningbo, China. ChessFM’s openings expert, GM Ronen Har-Zvi has comprehensively covered the Marshall Attack during his weekly openings show last year - but in a Gambit Guide special, GM Boris Alterman puts under the microscope Leko’s new novelty in the Marshall Attack that obviously wasn't covered during that particular series.  Learn More
  3. Evans Gambit (4 video series)
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    GM Boris Altermans presents a 4 video series investigating perhaps one of the soundest of the romantic gambits from the 18th century that is still used at top level in the game today - The Evans Gambit! Learn More
  4. Cochrane Gambit (3 video series)
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    Boris Alterman explores the Cochrane Gambit against the normally staid Petroff's Defence with 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nf6 3 Nxe5 d6 4 Nxf7!? - an idea that stunned the chess world not only when it was first played in 1848, but also when Veselin Topalov resurrected it again in 1999 against Vladimir Kramnik at Linares. A swashbuckler by nature, 19th-century Scottish master John Cochrane (1798 - 1878) - who is also associated with the confusing naming history of the Scotch Game - was the epitome of the early romantic era of chess, and his legacy lives on through the centuries with his daring tactical idea that survives unrefuted to this day. The Cochrane Gambit involves the sacrifice of a knight as early as move four to lure out the opponent's king in a complex board full of pieces, whilst pushing forward in the center with a mobile armada of pawns. Learn More
  5. Urusov Gambit (2 video series)
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    GM Boris Alterman explores the exciting Urusov Gambit in the Bishop's Opening with 1.e4 e5 2.Bc4 Nf6 3.d4!, a fertile training ground for those looking to improve their basic understanding of tactics. Documented by Ponziani in the 18th century, this gambit was first analyzed in 1857 by Russian aristocrat Prince Sergei Urusov, a close friend of the chess-playing literary icon Leo Tolstoy, and one of Russia's best players of his day. The gambit was deployed in a number of correspondence games between the two and mentioned in surviving letters in the Tolstoy collection, but alas the games themselves have been lost. Learn More
  6. Two Knights Morphy Attack (2 video series)
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    4. Ng5 in the Two Knight's Defense is an interesting, sharp move that practically wins a pawn by force, but Siegbert Tarrasch called it a "duffer's move". A common response is 4... d5 5. exd5, and we all know of the swashbuckling Wilkes-Barre Variation, Lolli Variation and the sacrificial Fried Liver Attack. But Black usually eschews all this with the main-line counter-gambit with 5...Na5. Now, in this Gambit Guide series, GM Boris Alterman looks into the Morphy Variation with 6 d3, where Paul Morphy, the "pride and sorrow of chess," advocated trying to hang on to the pawn. Can it really be so simple for White to hang on to the pawn, or does Black have sufficient counter-play? Learn More
  7. Two Knights Chigorin Gambit (4 video series)
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    4. Ng5 in the Two Knight's Defense is an interesting, sharp move that practically wins a pawn by force, but Siegbert Tarrasch called it a "duffer's move".

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  8. Central Attack Philidor Defence (3 video series)
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    Central Attack Philidor Defence (3 video series) "Pawns are the soul of chess," once opined the mild-mannered 18th century French musical composer Francois-Andre Philidor, who was also the most famous chess-player of his day. Learn More
  9. Panov Attack Caro-Kann defense (3 video series)
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    GM Boris Alterman looks at the Panov-Botvinnik Attack against the Caro-Kann Defense - a line that can also be transposed to from many openings, including the Queen's Gambit and the Nimzo-Indian Defense The Panov-Botvinnik Attack has a unique important place in chess lore. After Capablanca adopted the Caro-Kann, it assumed a status as the solid way for Black to escape attacking efforts of e4 players. But Vasily Panov, a Soviet master, theoretician and Chess correspondent for Izvestia, took a different view of the situation and decided to test Blacks mettle with the direct action of 1 e4 c6 2 d4 d5 3 exd5 cxd5 4 c4. Mikhail Botvinnik picked up on this and quickly formed it into a potent weapon that has since become the choice of determined king pawn players. Learn More
  10. Kings Gambit (5 video series)
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    King's Gambit (5 video series)

    No adventure in chess is complete without deploying a King's Gambit sometime in your career.

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  11. World Chess Championship:  Anand vs. Carlsen!
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    By popular request, the ICC is making the ENTIRE broadcasts of the World Chess Championship available so you can live and relive each game!
    Discount: Order at least 3 videos and get 25% off your entire order!

    Own the entire series!  Nearly 36 hours (35:41:19), coveraging every game in the match!  You can watch the FULL shows on your mobile device or computer. Take the videos with you anywhere!  

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  12. Latvian Gambit (2 video series)
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    The Latvian Gambit with 1. e4 e5 2. Nf3 f5!? is one of the most exciting and fascinating openings with a long and storied history in chess literature. The name was a tribute to the Latvian players, notably Karlis Betins (1867-1943), who analyzed it in the early part of the 20th century. Although it is almost impossible to find in the repertoire of a professional player, amateurs, correspondence players and online aficionados here at the ICC have long found the tactical labyrinth of the main lines to be highly appealing. And in this Gambit Guide series, GM Boris Alterman puts the Latvian under the microscope. Learn More
  13. Scandinavian Gambit (3 video series)
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    The Scandinavian or Center Counter with 1 e4 d5 is one of the oldest asymmetric defenses in chess history, dating back to 1475. It became a theory backwater though for many years until it was revitalized and rechristened "the Scandinavian" due to it being adopted by Denmark's Bent Larsen, who defeated World Champion Anatoly Karpov with it. It is now extremely popular at club level, and particularly the line 1 e4 d5 2 exd5 Nf6, the so-called Marshall Gambit (or Scandinavian Gambit) after U.S. Champion Frank Marshall. And in this Gambit Guide series, GM Boris Alterman shows how the "Sizzling Scandinavian" can be a potent weapon for Black. Learn More
  14. Zurich Chess Challenge 2014
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    The Zurich Chess Challenge was contested by World Champion and Numero Uno GM Magnus Carlsen; Number Two and recent winner of the Tata Steel Tournament GM Levon Aronian; U.S. #1 and World #3 GM Hikaru Nakamura; Italian superstar GM Fabiano Caruana; Israeli uber-strong GM Boris Gelfand and, last but not least, former World Champion GM Vishy Anand. It sounds like a dream to have all these chess-stars together in the same event.

    By popular request, the ICC is making the ENTIRE broadcasts of the Zurich Chess Challenge available so you can live and relive each game!

    Own the entire series!  Over 25 hours (25:36:14), covering the entire tournament!  You can watch the FULL shows on your mobile device or computer. Take the videos with you anywhere!  

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  15. SimulMaster with GM Alex Yermolinsky
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    How does a GM think? Find out watching this video, with GM Alex Yermolinsky commentating LIVE while he plays 25 people in a simultaneous exhibition in ICC!

    GM Alex "Yermo" played his first simul in ICC, and it was really fun to see our commentator wear the cap of the player. He had to face a strong opposition, but managed to play some nice games, and his overall result is not bad at all. Congratulations to the winners: JTiberK, enriquebutti, chesskeys, masonicchess, drstrangemove and Zhbugnoimt!

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  16. Blitz on ICC with commentary by Kingscrusher  (6 video series)
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    Tryfon Gavriel, also known as "KingsCrusher" on the Internet, is a FIDE Candidate Master (CM), British Regional Chess Master, and has run a popular YouTube channel for many years. In these videos, he shows us his own games in the ICC 5-minute pool. Tryfon commentates on his games while playing, making it instructive and entertaining. Learn More
  17. SimulMaster with GM John Fedorowicz
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    As John said at the end of the event, "this has been the toughest Simul I have played so far!". Several games went into complicated endgames, and it's not easy - not even for a GM - to deal with the clock ticking fast, when you're playing over 20 boards! Kudos to the players who mastered the Master: chess24, TahoeSam, Ptzz and knightwing! Learn More
  18. SimulMaster with GM Miguel Illescas
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    GM Illescas had a great result, despite some technical problem with his computer at the beginning of the simul. He was able to play relaxed and did not suffer so much for being behind on the clocks. Miguel played from his chess school, and it was nice to share this event with his pupils, his wife WGM Olga Alexandrova, and WGM Anastazia Karlovich. Kudos to the only winner: taco! Learn More
  19. Thought process & General Improvement: 1. Introduction to Pawns
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 1. Introduction to Pawns What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  20. Thought process & General Improvement: 2. Introduction to Thought Process
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 2. Introduction to Thought Process What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  21. Thought process & General Improvement: 3. Thought Process (2): Analytical and Non-Analytical Positions
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 3. Thought Process (2): Analytical and Non-Analytical Positions What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  22. Thought process & General Improvement: 4. Theory of Chess Improvement
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 4. Theory of Chess Improvement What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  23. Thought process & General Improvement: 5. Introduction to Time Management
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 5. Introduction to Time Management What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  24. Thought process & General Improvement: 6. Evaluation Criteria
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 6. Evaluation Criteria What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  25. Thought process & General Improvement: 7. Common Evaluation Misconceptions
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 7. Common Evaluation Misconceptions What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  26. Thought process & General Improvement: 8. Break Moves
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 8. Break Moves What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  27. Thought process & General Improvement: 9. Guide to P-R3
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 9. Guide to P-R3 What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  28. Thought process & General Improvement: 10. The 20-minute Exercise
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 10. The 20-minute Exercise What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  29. Thought process & General Improvement: 11. The Maung Lesson
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 11. The Maung Lesson What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  30. Thought process & General Improvement: 12. Introduction to Mobility and Activity
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 12. Introduction to Mobility and Activity What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  31. Thought process & General Improvement: 13. It's a Different Game When You're Way Ahead
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 13. It's a Different Game When You're Way Ahead What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  32. Thought process & General Improvement: 14. More pawns in the middle is good
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 14. More pawns in the middle is good What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  33. Thought process & General Improvement: 15. The margin for error
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 15. The margin for error What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  34. Thought process & General Improvement: 16. Strategy Based on Central Pawn Structure
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 16. Strategy Based on Central Pawn Structure What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  35. Thought process & General Improvement: 17. Examples of Chess Logic
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 17. Examples of Chess Logic What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  36. Thought process & General Improvement: 18. A key Part of the Thought Process
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 18. A key Part of the Thought Process What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  37. Thought process & General Improvement: 19. 20-minute Exercise #2
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 19. 20-minute Exercise #2 What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  38. Thought process & General Improvement: 20. The Most Important Strategic Decisions
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 20. The Most Important Strategic Decisions What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  39. Thought process & General Improvement: 21. Dan vs Computer: Live & Verbalized
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 21. Dan vs Computer: Live & Verbalized What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  40. Thought process & General Improvement: 22. Avoid the Common Quiescence Error
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 22. Avoid the Common Quiescence Error What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  41. Thought process & General Improvement: 23. Dan vs. Computer #2 - Slower Game (Part 1)
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 23. Dan vs. Computer #2 - Slower Game (Part 1) What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  42. Thought process & General Improvement: 24. Dan vs. Computer #2 - Slower Game (Part 2)
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 24. Dan vs. Computer #2 - Slower Game (Part 2) What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  43. Thought process & General Improvement: 25. The 3 Types of Chess Vision
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 25. The 3 Types of Chess Vision What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  44. Thought process & General Improvement: 26. Initial and Final Candidate Moves
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 26. Initial and Final Candidate Moves What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  45. Thought process & General Improvement: 27. 20 Minute Exercise #3
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 27. 20 Minute Exercise #3 What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  46. Thought process & General Improvement: 28. Dan vs Computer #3 - Part 1
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 28. Dan vs Computer #3 - Part 1 What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  47. Thought process & General Improvement: 29. Dan vs Computer #3 - Part 2
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 29. Dan vs Computer #3 - Part 2 What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  48. Thought process & General Improvement: 30. Identifying Candidate Moves
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    Thought process & General Improvement: 30. Identifying Candidate Moves What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  49. Tactics and Safety:: 4. Tempos and Threats
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    Tactics and Safety:: 4. Tempos and Threats What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More
  50. Tactics and Safety:: 5. Removal of the Guard
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    Tactics and Safety:: 5. Removal of the Guard What is "Thought Process" in chess? NM Dan Heisman, in this series of instructional videos, explains everything that happens after your opponent makes a move until you make yours. The thought processes that lead you to take decisions while playing a chess game. It is extremely important to be able to guide your thought processes towards the right direction, when you are faced with crucial decisions. Strategy and step-by-step instructions to improve your game are the keywords of this formative and not-to-be-missed series! Learn More

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