The Most Important Chess Principles Intro to Top 25 Middlegame Concepts
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The Most Important Guidelines in Chess

The Most Important Guidelines in Chess

What is a chess guideline? What is a chess principle/concept? Well, a chess concept/rule/principle/guideline is a certain relatively universal pattern that you can use in any and every chess game of yours.

Why Learn Chess Concepts/Principles?

Well, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of chess rules! Let’s take the chess glossary for an example:

glossary of chess

Although not every chess term stands for a rule, very often it correlates. As you can see above, it keeps from A-Z.

So, if you try studying different chess books, videos, etc., you can spend your lifetime learning chess without really mastering it. But, how is it possible that 12-year-old kids become chess masters? It is because they focus on the most important principles.

Watch the following video lesson, which is the introductory video to our new course “Top 25 Middlegame Concepts”, where you will see how a commonly known chess principle “Knight on the rim is dim” is universal, meaning that it is applicable in any stage of the chess game!

Enjoyed the introductory lesson? Want to learn all the top 25 middlegame concepts? Then do it now as it is the best time to get the course with a really massive 50% discount, plus get the course “Calculate Till Mate” worth about $150 USD for FREE (only till Monday, 4 July)!

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