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Theory of Chess Improvement

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Theory of Chess Improvement
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One of the most discussed topics in the chess world is "how to improve your game". NM Dan Heisman starts explaining what "play strength" is. There is a bit of a misunderstanding about this important concept in chess. Play strength is not your rating nor, and this might sound odd at first, your chess knowledge. You can easily see this watching 9-10 years old talented kids winning games playing adults, even though there's no way they could have as much knowledge. The right sequence to get better is improve your chess strength, without paying much attention to your rating, and not the contrary. Dan's theory of chess improvement involves ideas such as "add positives" and "subtract negatives". What are positives and negatives? Don't miss this formative video, and discover this and other important ideas on how to improve your game with NM Dan Heisman!
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One of the most discussed topics in the chess world is "how to improve your game".

NM Dan Heisman starts explaining what "play strength" is.

There is a bit of a misunderstanding about this important concept in chess.

Don't miss this formative video, and discover this and other important ideas on how to improve your game with NM Dan Heisman!

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Motivational Review by jmorris
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Bought this for my brother who is starting chess and now he is extremely motivated. Recommend to any beginners to become passionate about chess. (Posted on July 5, 2015)
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Excellent information for beginning and intermediate players Review by Bryan
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Dan Heisman puts forth information about improvement in a very logical, structured, and comprehendable manner. Based on his experience with his students, this information is a must if you are wondering how to get better at chess. I would recommend this video if your rating is less than 2000, but useful for any below master level I think. (Posted on January 7, 2014)
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