Avoiding blunders is a crucial skill to master if you want to improve your game and achieve success on the chessboard. In this article, I explain three key strategies for avoiding blunders. Let’s begin!
To win a game, you need to understand what a check is and how to give checks properly to checkmate your opponent. Click the image to know more about checks in chess.
While the basic rules of chess are simple, there are also some special rules that can make the game more challenging and exciting.
Want to know the 8 special rules that can help you turn a game around? Read on to learn how you can use these rules to win or draw a game.
Resigning in chess is when you realize you have reached an unwinnable position and formally let your opponent know that you wish to quit the game. But sometimes, resigning can be the smartest move you can make. Find out when to resign and when not to.
Exchanges are so common in chess that playing a whole game without making a single exchange is almost impossible.
Read on to know what an exchange is and when to do it to improve your position in the game.
The touch move in chess, a basic rule, states that if a player touches a piece intentionally when it’s their turn to play, they must move it.
However, there’s more to it. Read to know what exactly is the touch move in chess.
There can be 18 queens on a chessboard in theory. But how? Find out to know how is it possible for each player to have 9 queens each.
Opposition is a fundamental concept in chess endings that will help you convert a win easily once you understand it correctly. Read on to know what opposition is and how to use it to win a game.
Stalemate in chess occurs when a player isn’t able to move and forces a draw. Learn what a stalemate is, how to avoid it if you’re winning a game, and use it to draw if you’re losing a game.
En passant is a special pawn move in chess where a pawn can capture a horizontally adjacent pawn. Discover what it is and how to play it.