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Common Mistakes an amateur makes playing Chess

Opening Mistakes Tactical Mistakes Strategic Mistakes Endgame Mistakes Time Management Psychological Mistakes Understanding and correcting these common mistakes can significantly improve your gameplay. Whether you’re a beginner or have some experience, it’s always good to keep these points in mind to become a stronger player.

Chess Notation

How to Talk “Chess” Hey there, future chess masters! Ever wonder how people remember every move in a chess game? Or how they talk about chess without even using a board? They use something called “chess notation.” It’s like a chess code. It’s easy to learn! Let’s dive in! What’s the Chessboard All About? Think… Read More »Chess Notation

The Garner Rules

Always pay attention to your opponent’s last move! Always look for the mate! Always look for the queen! Always look for a piece (but make sure it’s actually free)! Look for a pawn (but make sure it’s worth it. Don’t sacrifice position)! Develop bishops and knights early! Castle early! Develop Queen late! Never forget your… Read More »The Garner Rules