Analyzing your chess games is challenging if you don't know what to look for. Here's a step by step process you can follow to study any game of yours with Lucas Chess software.
This Hub discusses the Cozio Defense in the Ruy Lopez from black's perspective. It is a practical and underrated opening option for black that has its share of poison.
This Hub will explore the 6.d3 variation of the ever-popular Ruy Lopez opening. This variation is solid, statistically advantageous and avoids a lot of mainline theory, including the Marshall Attack.
If you're looking to improve your chess end game play, working on endgame chess puzzles can really help. These particular chess puzzles focus on end game play only. Check them out!
This easy trap for beginners is played by black and starts of from the widely used Italian opening. The Blackburn-Shilling Gambit is also known as the Kostic Gambit or the Schilling-Kostic Gambit.
Chess is an ancient game with many strategies. No matter how long you've been playing, there is always something to learn.
We discuss the Nimzovich Attack against Petrov's Defense from white's perspective. If you're tired of the boring, symmetrical lines of Petrov's Defense, break the symmetry with this exciting variation.
Thousands and thousands of chess players play chess in clubs, city parks and online. Many amateurs to even professional chess players play 1 minute to 5 minute blitz games but can anyone really improve their chess skills if you consistently play bullet and blitz games?
This Hub discusses a simple, solid and complete white repertoire against the Nimzovich Defense (not to be confused with the Nimzo-Indian Defense). Though rare, you'll want to have an answer for it.
Download some great chess books that have been released into the public domain, and improve your game without spending anything on expensive hardcovers. All you need is a PDF reader to open the files.