Posts Tagged ‘opening’

Queen’s Gambit Accepted For Beginners

This article is from my friend Bent Hansen who focused on the line in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted where many beginners make mistakes. Let’s go to learn how to avoid those mistakes! I noted that a lot of you try to fight for a pawn in the line Queens gambit accepted: 1.d4 ┬ád5 2.c4 dxc4 […]

The Hansen Gambit

I would like to welcome my Dannish friend Bent Hansen to the team of editors on! He is going to prepare some interesting articles about openings for you and his first shot is dedicated to the special gambit. I hope you will like it! Today I would like to spent some time on an […]

72% chess players are focused on study of openings

In the first poll, which have been running here on, I have asked readers this question: “Which part of the chess game do you study mostly?”. The results are not surprising – majority of chess players seem to study the opening phase mainly. 72% of readers have voted for the opening phase. 14% have […]

Poll: Which part of the chess game do you study mostly?

When we want to become better chess players, we have to study. And when you think about the most significant parts of the game, you easily find three ones: openings, middle game and endings. I would be interested in this poll in the following question: Which part of the chess game do you study mostly? […]

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