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  1. Amateur Games: 22. Closed Maneuvering
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    Amateur Games: 22. Closed Maneuvering ECO: A14, Opening: English: Neo-Catalan declined 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
  2. Amateur Games: 23. Instructive Rooks
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    Amateur Games: 23. Instructive Rooks ECO: A20, Opening: English opening 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
  3. Amateur Games: 24. Avoid Purposeful Errors
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    Amateur Games: 24. Avoid Purposeful Errors ECO: D04, 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
  4. Amateur Games: 28. Aggression Pays Off
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    Amateur Games: 28. Aggression Pays Off ECO: B34, Opening: Sicilian: accelerated fianchetto, modern 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
  5. Amateur Games: 29. Winning the Exchange is not Always Enough
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    Amateur Games: 29. Winning the Exchange is not Always Enough ECO: C02, Opening: French: advance, Milner-Barry gambit 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
  6. Amateur Games: 31. Passive Play When Ahead
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    Amateur Games: 31. Passive Play When Ahead 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
  7. Amateur Games: 32. Throw the Kitchen Sink
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    Amateur Games: 32. Throw the Kitchen Sink ECO: E81, Opening: King's Indian: Sämisch, 5...O-O 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
  8. Amateur Games: 33. King and Pawn Endgames are Tricky
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    Amateur Games: 33. King and Pawn Endgames are Tricky ECO: B07, Opening: King's pawn opening 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
  9. Amateur Games: 35. One Bad Move...Upset!
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    Amateur Games: 35. One Bad Move...Upset! ECO: D10, Opening: QGD Slav 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
  10. Amateur Games: 36. Missing That Opening Opportunity
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    Amateur Games: 36. Missing That Opening Opportunity ECO: A20, Opening: English opening 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
  11. Amateur Games: 38. Dan Isn't That Bad Any More
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    Amateur Games: 38. Dan Isn't That Bad Any More ECO: C18, Opening: French: Wiwer, 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
  12. Amateur Games: 40. Tactical Oversights
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    Amateur Games: 40. Tactical Oversights ECO: A87, Opening: Dutch: Leningrad, main 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
  13. Amateur Games: 41. The sense of danger
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    Amateur Games: 41. The sense of danger ECO: A15, Opening: English, 1...Nf6 (Anglo-Indian 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
  14. Amateur Games: 42. Playing fast in slow games is silly
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    Amateur Games: 42. Playing fast in slow games is silly ECO: C00, Opening: French: King's Indian 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
  15. Amateur Games: 43. Danger picking off pawns when way ahead
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    Amateur Games: 43. Danger picking off pawns when way ahead ECO: C53, Opening: Giuoco Piano 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
  16. Amateur Games: 44. Sometimes Doing Nothing is Good
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    Amateur Games: 44. Sometimes Doing Nothing is Good ECO: C02, Opening: French: advance, Euwe 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
  17. Amateur Games: 46. Playing Fast in a Clear Position
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    Amateur Games: 46. Playing Fast in a Clear Position ECO: D58, Opening: QGD: Tartakower (Makagonov-Bondarevsky) 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
  18. Amateur Games: 47. Double blunders
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    Amateur Games: 47. Double blunders ECO: C01, Opening: Lengfellner 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
  19. Amateur Games: 48. Random Game Usually Instructive
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    Amateur Games: 48. Random Game Usually Instructive ECO: B27, Opening: Sicilian: Hungarian 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
  20. Amateur Games: 50. Famous Opening Trap
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    Amateur Games: 50. Famous Opening Trap ECO: C47, Opening: Four knights: Italian 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
  21. Amateur Games: 51. Doubled Pawns Not Consequential
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    Amateur Games: 51. Doubled Pawns Not Consequential ECO: B27, Opening: Sicilian: Hungarian 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
  22. Amateur Games: 52. Back and Forth Flow
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    Amateur Games: 52. Back and Forth Flow ECO: B27, Opening: Sicilian: Hungarian 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
  23. Amateur Games: 54. Want to Improve -- Learn this
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    Amateur Games: 54. Want to Improve -- Learn this 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
  24. Amateur Games: 55. Fine Combination not Consumated
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    Amateur Games: 55. Fine Combination not Consumated ECO: D39, Opening: QGD: Ragozin, Vien 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
  25. Amateur Games: 56. One Bad Move in the Opening
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    Amateur Games: 56. One Bad Move in the Opening ECO: A20, Opening: English opening 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: 57. Down a Piece? Fight Back!
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    Amateur Games: 57. Down a Piece? Fight Back! ECO: A53, Opening: Old Indian 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: 58. Strong Amateurs in a Closed Game!
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    Amateur Games: 58. Strong Amateurs in a Closed Game! ECO: D11, Opening: QGD Slav: 4.e3 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: 59. Making Critical Decisions Way Too Quickly
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    Amateur Games: 59. Making Critical Decisions Way Too Quickly ECO: A46, Opening: Queen's pawn: Yusupov-Rubinstein 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
  29. Amateur Games: 60. One Mistake in Time Trouble
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    Amateur Games: 60. One Mistake in Time Trouble ECO: B06, Opening: Robatsch (modern) 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
  30. Amateur Games: 61. A Tal-Like Sacrifice
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    Amateur Games: 61. A Tal-Like Sacrifice 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
  31. Amateur Games: 62. Active King overcomes Bishop Opposite Color
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    Amateur Games: 62. Active King overcomes Bishop Opposite Color 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
  32. Amateur Games: 63. Solid Game, Critical Mistake
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    Amateur Games: 63. Solid Game, Critical Mistake ECO: B14, Opening: Caro-Kann: Panov-Botvinnik attack, 5...e6 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
  33. Amateur Games: 65. How Not to Play When Way Ahead - And Still Win
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    Amateur Games: 65. How Not to Play When Way Ahead - And Still Win ECO: D37, Opening: QGD: 4.Nf3 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
  34. Amateur Games: 66. Ever Young Imbalanced Game
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    Amateur Games: 66. Ever Young Imbalanced Game ECO: C37, Opening: KGA: Cochrane gambit 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
  35. Amateur Games: 68. Up Two Pieces Doesn't Win - Yet
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    Amateur Games: 68. Up Two Pieces Doesn't Win - Yet ECO: D15, Opening: QGD Slav: Slav gambit 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: 69. Simul Game Victory
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    Amateur Games: 69. Simul Game Victory ECO: C16, Opening: French: Wiwer, 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
  37. Amateur Games: 70. Play Too Fast - No Win
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    Amateur Games: 70. Play Too Fast - No Win 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
  38. Amateur Games: 71. Without a Clock is a Different Game
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    Amateur Games: 71. Without a Clock is a Different Game ECO: B20, Opening: Sicilian: wing gambit 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
  39. Amateur Games: 73. How did the e-pawn Survive
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    Amateur Games: 73. How did the e-pawn Survive ECO: B08, Opening: Pirc: classical system, 5.Be2 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
  40. Amateur Games: 74. See-saw Game Ends in Upset
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    Amateur Games: 74. See-saw Game Ends in Upset ECO: C52, Opening: Evans gambit 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
  41. Amateur Games: 75. Fast Play Throws Away Upset Vs FM
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    Amateur Games: 75. Fast Play Throws Away Upset Vs FM 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
  42. Amateur Games: 77. Exception - R&P OK vs. B&N
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    Amateur Games: 77. Exception - R&P OK vs. B&N ECO: B08, Opening: Pirc: classical (two knights) 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
  43. Amateur Games: 78. Win Thrown Away Twice
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    Amateur Games: 78. Win Thrown Away Twice 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
  44. Amateur Games: 79. A difficult "Resigns" Position vs. an IM
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    Amateur Games: 79. A difficult "Resigns" Position vs. an IM ECO: A03, Opening: Bird's opening 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
  45. Amateur Games: 81. Learning from a missed checkmate
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    Amateur Games: 81. Learning from a missed checkmate 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
  46. Amateur Games: 82. Complicated Game Played Super-Fast
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    Amateur Games: 82. Complicated Game Played Super-Fast ECO: B35, Opening: Sicilian: accelerated fianchetto, modern variation with Bc4 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
  47. Amateur Games: 83. Wild Game with Big Mood Swings
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    Amateur Games: 83. Wild Game with Big Mood Swings ECO: D10, Opening: QGD Slav 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
  48. Amateur Games: 84. Castling Opposite Sides - Fun Game
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    Amateur Games: 84. Castling Opposite Sides - Fun Game ECO: D09, Opening: QGD: Albin counter-gambit, 5.g3 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: 85. Monstrous Positional Blunder Seals Loss
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    Amateur Games: 85. Monstrous Positional Blunder Seals Loss ECO: B24, 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: 86. Too Fast or Too Slow - Similar Problem
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    Amateur Games: 86. Too Fast or Too Slow - Similar Problem ECO: C15, Opening: French: Wiwer (Nimzovich) 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

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