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  1. Endings:: 9. King and Pawn vs. King and Pawn
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    Endings:: 9. King and Pawn vs. King and Pawn Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  2. 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
  3. 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
  4. 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
  5. Endings:: 1. King and Pawn vs. King (1)
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    Endings:: 1. King and Pawn vs. King (1) Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  6. Endings:: 2. King and Pawn vs. King (2)
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    Endings:: 2. King and Pawn vs. King (2) Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  7. Improve Your Chess: Amateur Game Won by Positional Play
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    Improve Your Chess: 20-minute exercise #7 Dan picks a random game and position and must analyze it for 20 minutes Learn More
  8. Improve Your Chess: Subtle Mistake - Giant Turnaround
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    Improve Your Chess: Subtle Mistake - Giant Turnaround Opening: B22: Sicilian Defense - 2.c3 Player(s): Learn More
  9. Tactics and Safety:: 7. When is a King Safe?
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    Tactics and Safety:: 7. When is a King Safe? 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
  10. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 4. Tabiyas 4: Two Knights Defense: Fried Liver/Lolli
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 4. Tabiyas 4: Two Knights Defense: Fried Liver/Lolli ECO: C57, Opening: two knights defense: Fegatello attack A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  11. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 9. Tabiyas 8: Slav Defense
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 9. Tabiyas 8: Slav Defense ECO: D15, Opening: QGD Slav: 4.Nc3 A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  12. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 14. Tabiyas 12: The Trappy Cambridge Springs Defense
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 14. Tabiyas 12: The Trappy Cambridge Springs Defense ECO: D52, Opening: QGD A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  13. Amateur Games: Learning Opening Tactics with The Winning Way
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    Amateur Games: Learning Opening Tactics with The Winning Way What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  14. Improve Your Chess: White Misses Theoretical Novelty
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    Improve Your Chess: White Misses Theoretical Novelty Opening: B01: Sicilian Defense Learn More
  15. Improve Your Chess: Rare French Sideline Leads to Instructive Game
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    Improve Your Chess: Rare French Sideline Leads to Instructive Game Opening: C10: French Defense: Classical 3...Nc6 Learn More
  16. Improve Your Chess: Smooth OTB win by Black
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    Improve Your Chess: Center Game Crumbles on Opening Mistakes Opening: C22: Center Game Learn More
  17. Improve Your Chess: Is Your Move Safe?
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    Improve Your Chess: Is Your Move Safe? Dan's book "Is Your Move Safe?" has just won the Chess Journalists of America award for "Best Book: Instruction" for 2016 Learn More
  18. Improve Your Chess: Reshevsky Fischer LA 1961
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    Improve Your Chess: Reshevsky Fischer LA 1961 Opening: E98: King's Indian Defense Player(s): Reshevsky, Fischer Learn More
  19. Improve Your Chess: Following and not Following Principles
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    Improve Your Chess: Following and not Following Principles Opening: B07: Benoni Learn More
  20. Improve Your Chess: Puzzles #30
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    Improve Your Chess: Puzzles #30 Learn More
  21. 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
  22. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 7. Tabiyas 6: French Winawer
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 7. Tabiyas 6: French Winawer ECO: C18, Opening: French: Wiwer, advance, 6...Ne7 A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  23. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 11. Queen's Gambit Declined & Slav Defenses
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 11. Queen's Gambit Declined & Slav Defenses ECO: D15, Opening: QGD Slav: 4.Nc3 A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  24. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 12. Tabiya 10: French Defense (Tarrasch Variation)
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 12. Tabiya 10: French Defense (Tarrasch Variation) ECO: C03, Opening: French: Tarrasch A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  25. Amateur Games: 4. Considering All Threats
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    Amateur Games: 4. Considering All Threats ECO: B28, Opening: Sicilian: O'Kelly variation What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  26. Amateur Games: 67. Openings vs. Opening Systems
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    Amateur Games: 67. Openings vs. Opening Systems ECO: C87, Opening: Ruy Lopez: closed defense What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  27. Amateur Games: 72. A Ton of Instructive Ideas
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    Amateur Games: 72. A Ton of Instructive Ideas ECO: B99, Opening: Sicilian: jdorf, 7...Be7 main line What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  28. Amateur Games: Tabiya 16 - Caro Kann, Classical variation
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    Amateur Games: Tabiya 16 - Caro Kann, Classical variation Opening: Caro Kann A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  29. Improve Your Chess:Instructive Najdorf Game
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    Improve Your Chess:Instructive Najdorf Game Opening: B90: Sicilian Defense: English Attack Najdorf Variation Learn More
  30. 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
  31. 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
  32. Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 10. Tabiyas 9: Open Ruy Lopez
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    Openings and Opening Tabiyas:: 10. Tabiyas 9: Open Ruy Lopez ECO: C80, Opening: Ruy Lopez: open, 6.d4 A tabiya is a main starting position for a given opening. It is several moves into the game, after the opening has been determined - usually development is more or less complete. Many games will reach the exact position that is labeled a tabiya, but there will be multiple options for a continuation from the tabiya. This is the intent of our NM Dan Heisman for the Openings series: give the listener a general idea about the opening, until it reaches the tabiya, because the concrete factors that will guide both players have already been established, so it is the first chance for the players to put their own spin on a game. In this series Dan also teaches us two important aspects of the chess opening world: inaccuracies and how to improve by using opening knowledge. Learn More
  33. Endings:: 5. Rook vs. Connected passed pawns
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    Endings:: 5. Rook vs. Connected passed pawns Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  34. Endings:: 6. King and Two Pawns vs. King and Pawn
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    Endings:: 6. King and Two Pawns vs. King and Pawn Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  35. Amateur Games: 1. An Amateur Game (part 1)
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    Amateur Games: 1. An Amateur Game (part 1) ECO: C01, Opening: French: exchange variation What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  36. Amateur Games: 39. Strategic Misunderstandings
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    Amateur Games: 39. Strategic Misunderstandings ECO: A45, Opening: Queen's pawn game What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  37. Amateur Games: 105. Pretty Correspondence Finish
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    Amateur Games: 105. Pretty Correspondence Finish ECO: B12, Opening: Caro-Kann: advance variation What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  38. Amateur Games:Beyond the 3-Pawn Endgame Trick
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    Beyond the 3-Pawn Endgame Trick Opening: : Player(s): Learn More
  39. Improve Your Chess: Move by Move Chess Book Series
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    Improve Your Chess: Move by Move Chess Book Series Opening: B22: Sicilian Defense - 2.c3 Learn More
  40. Improve Your Chess: That Tempo to Win Back Material
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    Improve Your Chess: That Tempo to Win Back Material Opening: A22: English Opening Learn More
  41. Improve Your Chess: Back and Forth Miniature
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    Improve Your Chess: Back and Forth Miniature Opening: D00: Caro Kann Exchange Variation (transpose from London System) Learn More
  42. Improve Your Chess:Anatomy of a Loss
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    Improve Your Chess: Anatomy of a Loss Opening: B24: Sicilian Defense Learn More
  43. Tactics and Safety:: 8. The Safety Table
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    Tactics and Safety:: 8. The Safety Table 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. Endings:: 4. Queen vs. Pawn on the 7th Rank
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    Endings:: 4. Queen vs. Pawn on the 7th Rank Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  45. Endings:: 7. Instructive Amateur King and Pawn Endgame
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    Endings:: 7. Instructive Amateur King and Pawn Endgame Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  46. Endings:: 8. Trading Pawns When Ahead
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    Endings:: 8. Trading Pawns When Ahead Endgame technique is something chess lovers usually don't like to study. IT may appear boring and sterile, of compared with openings and middle game. Of course only understanding the endings and how to play that delicate phase of the game, the beginner can improve their play. In this formative series, Dan Heisman starts from the basics, explaining how to approach the final part of a game. then NM Heisman goes on into his course on endings approaching more complicated topics, such as Outside passed pawn, Zugzwang, Philidor and Lucena, and various 'tricks' to improve your endgame technique. Learn More
  47. Amateur Games: 1.a  An Amateur Game (part 2)
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    Amateur Games: 1.a An Amateur Game (part 2) ECO: C01, Opening: French: exchange variation What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  48. Amateur Games: 2. Doubled Isolated Pawns can Sometimes be Nice
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    Amateur Games: 2. Doubled Isolated Pawns can Sometimes be Nice ECO: C02, Opening: French: advance, Paulsen attack What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  49. Amateur Games: 3. Don't Close off your Attack
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    Amateur Games: 3. Don't Close off your Attack ECO: B23, Opening: Sicilian: closed What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More
  50. Amateur Games: 25. Endgame See-saw
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    Amateur Games: 25. Endgame See-saw ECO: A11, Opening: English: Caro-Kann defensive system What's better than learning from one's errors? every coach or master tells us that we need to review our games, to learn from our own mistakes. NM Dan Heisman, in his series "Improve Your Chess", provides instruction by reviewing amateur games played on ICC and showing where the players went wrong and how to improve. In the learning process, it's useful to have a Master analyze amateur games, compare mistakes with good moves - often played in high-level games - and explain where thing went wrong. this series is a great way to improve your chess! Learn More

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