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The Truth about Chess Improvement-
The truth is you do need thousands of hours of dedicated practice to become a chess master. According to Malcolm Gladwell 10,000 hours of dedicated practice will make you a master in any field. However a survey done of hundreds of chess masters revealed that they spent anywhere from 2,000-8,000 estimated hours practicing before they became masters. That's quite a difference. The aim at Dynamic Chess Academy is to provide you with products and services to help you achieve rapid chess improvement. We want to see you become a master in 2,000 hours not 10,000!
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7 Chess Skills Training Method
The 7 skills essential to chess improvement
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10,000 hour rule
michael de la maza who wrote a book titled Rapid Chess Improvement-7 circles
The basic concept of Chessimo is to develop your chess skill through repetition of patterns and positions.
The repetition of patterns results in instant memory which improves intuition and develops vision and calculation!
Due to this DYNAMIC teaching technique, studying theory becomes unncessary!
The most important training activity a chess player can do is to “play and review.” In other words, play often and review your games. Identify your mistakes and try to absorb the lesson from it. It will be particularly valuable if you can analyze your game with the assistance of DCA chess coach. Then focus your training on the skills that you find lacking. The 7 Skills training method. provides a reference of the important skills you need to work on.
The 7 chess Skills that will make you better at chess.
You may learn much more from a game you lose than from a game you win. You will have to lose hundreds of games before becoming a good player. – JR Capablanca, World Chess Champion, 1921-1927