Cstan98 Game Cultivation - Chess

Version2 2019.12.07



**Introduction. Chess also known as International/English Chess. It is what British gameplays to build up Their strategies codes.

  1. Chess is about knowing moves & counter moves. Then step by step to checkmate enemy king.

  2. Actually for first wave of 1000 losses. You do not do in vain. Without the first 1000 failures wars. Where is first victory?

  3. It is very simple game. Try to play as complex as possible for You. To have strategic advantage.

  4. Recommend you learn from Christians (like American/British) to fight ISIS (is shits is shits). If You lose to 2000 games Player. There is no shame. But if You lose to 100 games Player. May be You should spend some time covering pillow on your head (no face to see people).

  5. Trying to make Everyone good chess players. We Jedi need all the help We can get to beat satan the devil.



**Cstan98 Chess Trainings:

  1. (01) Fight = lose/win real players.

    (01-01) iPhone (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App. See Status at far bottom.

    (01-**) iPhone (Dong Truong Quang) Chess Online App - Archive. See Status at far bottom.

    (01-**) iPhone (Yasushi Tanase) Chess Quest App - Archive. See Status at far bottom.

    (01-**) iPhone (Chess.Com) Chess Clock By Chess.Com App.

  2. (02) Train = with iPhone AI (Artifical Intelligence).

    (02-01) (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App - Computer. App.

    (02-**) iPhone (Eiko Beicher, Skizzix.com) Shredder Chess App. 2600 Elo - Archive.

    (02-**) iPhone (Ted Wong) SmallFish Chess For Stockfish App. World Champion Level 2700-3300 - Archive.

  3. (03) Study = as much as possible.

    (03-01) Howcast Video - NYC (New York Club) - How To Play Chess.

    (03-02) (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App - Lessons. App.

    (03-03) (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App - Puzzles - Rated. App.

    (03-04) iPhone (ePlusBooks.com) ePlusChess Books App.

    (03-**) CT ART Series - Archive.



**Blitz Chess Strategies & Tactics:

  1. 0 Second Fast. So enemy cannot react.

  2. Faster/Steper/Stronger.

  3. (01) First. Fast.

  4. (02) Middle. Slow.

  5. (03) End. Fast.



**4.0 Basic Chess Strategies & Tactics:

***Cstan98 Fighting Experiences.

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. Chess Reminder Strategies = Rescan (Own/Enemy/Old/Max) <> Steps (Patterns/Tactics/Strategies/Lessons).

  2. (Attack) 0 Second Fast. (Don't think half-think/don't think just play.)

  3. (Attack) 2/3/4/5 Lines Of Attack. (Either this or that.)

  4. (Attack) Active. (Develop With Purpose.)

  5. (Attack) Build Up. (First.)

  6. (Attack) Combined. (Coordinated.)

  7. (Attack) Complex. (Maintain.)

  8. (Attack) Confuse. (Second step/then first. Third/first step then second.)

  9. (Attack) Critical. (Bottleneck/critical/defending/links/outpost/problems.)

  10. (Attack) Double (Triple) Benefits. (Attack/benefit/check/defend/fork/pin/threat-add-reduce.)

  11. (Attack) Double (Triple) Lines. (Bishop-Bishop/Castle-Castle With Queen/Knight-Kight)

  12. (Attack) Early Queen Chaos.

  13. (Attack) Force Then Move.

  14. (Attack) Forced Moves.

  15. (Attack) Formations Up. (Step by step.)

  16. (Attack) Keep On. (Checking/forking/pinning/threatening.)

  17. (Attack) Maximum Power. (Concentrated overwhelm.)

  18. (Attack) Now More Important Than Next.

  19. (Attack) Opportunity. (Seize.)

  20. (Attack) Paralyse/Pressure. (Enemy.)

  21. (Attack) Tempo. (Sacrifice for speed.)

  22. (Attack) Tension. (Centre/checkmate/queen.)

  23. (Defend) Block. (Advances/criticals/retreats/weakness.)

  24. (Defend) Careful.

  25. (Defend) Conserve. (Don't lose key pieces/for all-out attacks.)

  26. (Defend) Correction.

  27. (Defend) Crosslinks. (Knight-knight/rook-rook/with bishop/king/pawn/queen.)

  28. (Defend) Outpost.

  29. (Defend) Pawn Structure.

  30. (Defend) Reduce Attackings. (Attacks/pins/threats.)

  31. (Checkmate) Assisted.

  32. (Checkmate) Backrank.

  33. (Checkmate) Smothered.

  34. (Steps) Advance. (1/2/3/4/5.)

  35. (Steps) Read. (Mental moves calculations.)

  36. (Steps) Sequences. (Get correct.)

  37. (Steps) Timings. (All about.)

  38. (Rule) Don't Block. (King/pieces.)

  39. (Rule) Don't Pawn.

  40. (Rule) Don't Same. (Move/opening.)

  41. (Rule) No Form/Sequence/Strategy.

  42. (Rule) No Waste Movement. No False Stroke.

  43. (Rule) Practice. Recite. Analysis. (Both attacks/defences.)

  44. (Scan) Diagonal/Straight//Knight/1-King-Pawn.

  45. (Scan) Familiar.

  46. (Scan) Maximum.

  47. (Scan) Memorize. (Save.)

  48. (Scan) Overall.

  49. (Scan) Re-Scan.

  50. (To) Bait. (To move.)

  51. (To) Force. (To move.)

  52. (To) Guess. (To move.)

  53. (To) Next. (To move.)

  54. (To) Ready. (To move.)

  55. (To) Wait. (To move.)



**Website - Howcast Video - Chess NYC (New York Club) - How To Play Chess:

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. How To Setup The Chess Board.

  2. How To Use The Pawn In Chess.

  3. How To Use The Knight In Chess.

  4. How To Use The Bishop In Chess.

  5. How To Use The Rook In Chess.

  6. How To Use The Queen In Chess.

  7. How To Use The King In Chess.

  8. How To Understand Chess Symbols.

  9. How To Use Chess Notation.

  10. What Is Calculation In Chess.

  11. What Is Centering In Chess.

  12. What Is Space In Chess.

  13. What Is Tempo In Chess.

  14. Legal & Illegal Moves In Chess.

  15. What Is Handicapping In Chess.

  16. What Is Pawn Promotion In Chess.

  17. What Is Gambit In Chess.

  18. What Is Zugzwang In Chess.

  19. How To Understand Chess Combinations In Chess.

  20. How To Understand Pawn Structure In Chess.

  21. Capturing Pieces Vs Pursuing Checkmate.

  22. Basic Principles Of Attacking/Defending In Chess.

  23. 3 Basic Opening Strategy Principles In Chess.

  24. 3 Things To Consider If You Get Stuck In Chess.

  25. How To Achieve Checkmate In 2 Chess Move.

  26. How To Achieve Checkmate In 3 Chess Move.

  27. How To Achieve Checkmate In 4 Chess Move.

  28. How To Achieve Checkmate With Only King & Queen.

  29. How To Achieve Checkmate With Only King & Rook.

  30. What Is Legal's Pseudo-Sacrifice In Chess?

  31. What Is A Smothered Checkmate?

  32. What Is A Ladder Checkmate?

  33. What Is Blackburne's Mating Maneuver In Chess?

  34. Basics Of Sicilian Defense In Chess.

  35. Basics Of The Roy Lopez In Chess.

  36. Basics Of Italian Game In Chess.

  37. 10 Golden Moves Of Chess.

  38. What Is Blitz Chess.

  39. Chess Etiquette.

  40. How To Play Chess With Chess NYC.



**iPhone (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App - Lessons:

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. New To Chess.

    (01) How To Move The Pieces.

    (01-01) The King & The Goal.

    (01-02) The Queen.

    (01-03) The Rook.

    (01-04) The Bishop.

    (01-05) The Knight.

    (01-06) The Pawn.

    (01-07) Pawn Promotion.

    (01-08) Setting Up The Board.

    (02) Playing The Game.

    (02-01) The Language Of Chess.

    (02-02) Moving & Capturing.

    (02-03) Check.

    (02-04) Getting Out Of Check.

    (02-05) Checkmate.

    (02-06) Fastest Checkmate.

    (02-07) Stalemate.

    (02-08) Other Draws.

    (02-09) Castling.

    (02-10) En Passant.

    (02-11) Finding The Right Move.

    (02-12) Playing A Game.

  2. Beginner.

    (01) Opening Principles.

    (01-01) Control The Centre.

    (01-02) Develop Your Pieces.

    (01-03) Protect Your King.

    (01-04) Active Pieces.

    (01-05) Your Opponent's Move.

    (01-06) Phases Of The Game.

    (02) Winning The Game.

    (02-01) The 4-Move Checkmate.

    (02-02) Assisted Checkmates.

    (02-03) Checkmate With 2 Rooks.

    (02-04) Checkmate With The Queen.

    (02-05) Checkmate With The Rook.

    (03) Capturing Pieces.

    (03-01) Value Of The Pieces.

    (03-02) Tactics & Hanging Pieces.

    (03-03) Counting Captures.

    (03-04) Forks.

    (03-05) Pins.

    (03-06) Piling Up.

    (03-07) Skewers.

    (03-08) Avoiding Bad Trades.

    (04) Finding Checkmate.

    (04-01) Pawn Race.

    (04-02) Backrank Checkmates.

    (04-03) Weak Targets: f2 & f7.

    (04-04) King Safety.

    (04-05) Don't Just Check.

    (04-06) Checkmate In 2 Moves.

    (05) Intro To Book Openings.

    (05-01) e4 Openings For Beginners (White).

    (05-02) d4 Openings For Beginners (White).

    (05-03) Intro To 1.e4 Defenses For Black. (1...e5 &)

    (05-04) Intro To 1/e4 Defenses For Black (1...e6, 1...c6).

    (05-05) d4 Openings For Beginners (Black).

  3. Intermediate.

    (01) Make The Most OF Your Pieces.

    (01-01) Using Your Bishops.

    (01-02) Using Your Knights.

    (01-03) Using Your Rooks.

    (01-04) Using Your Queen.

    (01-05) Using Your King.

    (01-06) Using Your Pawns.

    (01-07) Pieces Working Together.

    (02) Understanding Endgames.

    (02-01) Passed Pawns.

    (02-02) Escort The Pawn.

    (02-03) Sacrificing To Promote.

    (02-03) 3 v 3 Pawn Breakthrough.

    (02-03) Exchanging Down To A Win.

    (02-03) Rule Of The Square.

    (02-03) Creating A Passed Pawn.

    (03) Winning With Tactics.



**Books - iPhone (ePlusBooks.com) ePlusChess Books App:

Lev Aptekar - The Art Of Chess - Volume 1: The Power Of Tactics.

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. Chapter 01 - Pinning & Half-Pinning.

  2. Chapter 02 - Interposition & Tactical Blocking.

  3. Chapter 03 - Discovered Check, Discovered & Double Threat.

  4. Chapter 04 - Diversion & Decoy. (Attract away.)

  5. Chapter 05 - Vacating The Line & Clearing A Line.

  6. Chapter 06 - Combined Power Of Tactical Elements.

  7. Chapter 07 - Forced Play.

  8. Chapter 08 - Mating Patterns.

  9. Chapter 09 - Linear Mate.

  10. Chapter 10 - Mate On The 7th (2nd) Rank.

  11. Chapter 11 - Mate On The Back Rank.



**iPhone (Chess.Com) Chess - Play & Learn App - Videos. (Premium Versions series are better longer.):

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. IM Daniel Rensch: Everything You Need To Know 1: Start Playing Chess!

  2. IM Daniel Rensch: Everything You Need To Know 2: The Opening!

  3. IM Daniel Rensch: Everything You Need To Know 3: Tactics & Strategy!

  4. IM Daniel Rensch: Everything You Need To Know 4: The Endgame!

  5. IM Daniel Rensch: Everything You Need To Know 5: Bring It Together!

  6. IM Daniel Rensch: Patterns Everyone Must Know: Basic Tactics 1!

  7. IM Daniel Rensch: Patterns Everyone Must Know: Basic Tactics 2!

  8. GM Gregory Kaidanov: How To Improve Your Chess.



**Books - iPhone (ePlusBooks.com) ePlusChess Books App:

Yaroslav Srokovski - Chess Trainings For Post Beginners.

Andrew Burnett - Streetfighting Chess.

Lev Aptekar - The Art Of Chess - Volume 2: The Wisdom Of Strategy.

Lev Aptekar - The Art Of Chess - Volume 3: The Flame Of Attack.

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.



**Unknown Chess Archive:

Source: Chess.com

Below are my own Cstan98 study notes. Not mean to replace actual course.

  1. Coverages/Projections.

  2. Control Centre 4 Squares.

  3. Control Pieces.

  4. Double Tempo.

  5. Flanks For Locked.

  6. Inactive For Active.

  7. No Twice.

  8. More Closed - Queen Opening.

  9. More Open - King Opening.

  10. Opening Gambits/Traps.

  11. Pawns For Pieces.

  12. Prevent Pawn To Queen.

  13. Spaces Exchanges.

  14. Strategies Vs Tactics.



**2.0 Basic Chess Strategies & Tactics:

Careful.

  1. Bishop/Knight/Rook Need Spaces To Retreat.

  2. Bishop-Queen Back/Front.

  3. Bishop/Rook/Queen Discover.

  4. Bishop/Rook/Queen Discover Pin Rook/Knight/Queen On King/Queen.

  5. Bishop/Rook/Queen Pin Rook/Knight/Queen On King/Queen.

  6. Block Bishop-Queen/Knight-Knight/Rook-Rook/With Pawn.

  7. Centre Pawns Advancing.

  8. Checkmate 2 Rooks/Queen.

  9. Checkmate 3 Pieces Linked.

  10. Checkmate Bishop/Knight/Rook-Queen.

  11. Checkmate Knight/Rook/Queen-Bishop.

  12. Checkmate Smothered.

  13. Fast Surprise.

  14. Fork Bishop-Bishop/Rook-Rook/Queen By Knight.

  15. Fork King/Rook/Queen By Bishop/Knight.

  16. Fork King/Rook/Queen By Knight-Bishop/Queen .

  17. Fork Defence.

  18. In Line Of Sight Of Own King/Queen/Pieces.

  19. King Expose To Queen.

  20. King Pawn Out Bishop/Bishop-Queen/Queen-Bishop.

  21. Knight Approaching Near.

  22. Knight Defence.

  23. Knight L Back/Front.

  24. Move To Fork/Pin.

  25. Queen Deep Inside All Directions.

  26. Queen Own/Enemy.

  27. Take Rook By Bishop/Queen.



**1.0 Basic Chess Strategies & Tactics:

Pieces.

  1. Bishop-Bishop End Better Than Knight-Knight.

  2. Bishop Attack Castled Pawns.

  3. Bishop Better If Pawns Sided.

  4. Bishop Early Not Pawns Blocked.

  5. Bishop End Diagonal Paired.

  6. Bishop Need Open File.

  7. Rook-Rook 1 Protect.

  8. Rook-Rook 7-8 Assholes.

  9. Rook-Rook Need Open File.

  10. Rook Later Attacks.

  11. Rook Need Open File.

  12. Rook Pawn Clear.

  13. King Block Pawn.

  14. King Supporting Pawns.

  15. Knight Threat Cannot Block.

  16. Knight-Knight Above/Below/Centre Assholes.

  17. Knight-Knight 2 Out Quickly Take 1.

  18. Knights Complex/Fork/Locked/Upset Higher Value.

  19. Knights Good At Beginning.

  20. Pawns Blocking Advance.

  21. Pawns Castled. Need to remove.

  22. Pawns Chains. Locked.

  23. Pawns Connected. Cross linked.

  24. Pawns Double. 2 same vertical file.

  25. Pawns Isolated. Alone.

  26. Pawns Once Lured Cannot Backwards.

  27. Pawns Passed Assholes.

  28. Pawns Poisoned. Decide game outcome.

  29. Pawns Sacrifice. Increase benefits values.

  30. Pawns Structure. Stronger/Weaker.

  31. Pawns To Queen Dangerous. Need to kill.

  32. Queen Attacks Dangerous.

  33. Queen Chaos.

  34. Queen Enemy/Own Out Bad/Good Points.

  35. Queen Enemy/Own Out Careful.

  36. Queen Fork Diagonal-Straight.

  37. Queen Must Counter/Defend/Exchange/Fork/Stop/Save/Test/Use/Waste.

  38. Queen Out As Soon.



**Understandings - Chess.

  1. Actually Some Can Eat Like Pawns.

  2. All Round Attacks. Everythings. Everywhere.

  3. Always Ask Why Enemy Do That.

  4. Always Bait Fork.

  5. Always Calculated Before.

  6. Always Check.

  7. Always Check Fork.

  8. Always Defend Own King.

  9. Always Forward Advance.

  10. Always Fork.

  11. Always Play With Higher Higher Dan.

  12. Always Trap.

  13. Bad/Good Points - Same/Different All The Time.

  14. Before Defensive Offensive.

  15. Before Offensive Defensive.

  16. Best Move Is Advancing At Same Time.

  17. Best Move Is Both Defence/Attack At Same Time.

  18. Best Move Is Challenge Piss Enemy Off.

  19. Best Move Is Exchange Lower Values For Higher Values.

  20. Better Pieces Use than Enemy.

  21. Block Enemies Pieces.

  22. Block-Un Own Pieces.

  23. Build Good Logics.

  24. Calculate Fast All.

  25. Calculate No Mistake.

  26. Can Take Many Mistakes.

  27. Cannot Only Pawn.

  28. Cannot Win Reflect.

  29. Castling Enemy Break Threathen.

  30. Castling Own Is Waste Of Time.

  31. Chain Links - Break Enemy First/Middle Pieces.

  32. Chain Links - Build Own.

  33. Chain Links - Piece Bishop-Bishop/Rook-Rook/Knight-Knight.

  34. Chain Links - Piece King Slow Deployments Last Resort.

  35. Chain Links - Piece Pawns Formations Do Not Look down On The Little Ones.

  36. Chain Links - Piece Queen Fast Deployments For All Directions.

  37. Checkmate Add All Possible.

  38. Checkmate Close In.

  39. Checkmate Forcing.

  40. Checkmate In 1/2/3.

  41. Checkmate Less & Less Escape.

  42. Chess Feel.

  43. Chess Flow.

  44. Chess Focus.

  45. Chess Morale.

  46. Chess Tempo.

  47. Competitive Advantage Enemy Decrease/Stalemate.

  48. Competitive Advantage Own Increase/Push On.

  49. Confuse Enemy More Options.

  50. Cstan98 Copycat Use Enemy Moves Against Enemy.

  51. Cstan98 No False Stroke No Waste Movement.

  52. Cstan98 No Faster & Faster strokes.

  53. Cstan98 Fast Deployments.

  54. Cut Off 3C = Commands + Communications + Control.

  55. Defence Fortified.

  56. Defence More Important Than Attack.

  57. Defensive And/Or Offensive.

  58. Don't Assume.

  59. Don't Attack Without Plans.

  60. Don't Be Punching Bag.

  61. Don't Despise Enemy Until Last Minute.

  62. Don't Fall Into Traps.

  63. Don't Look At Dan.

  64. Don't Mix Up Piece King With Queen.

  65. Don't So Fixed Mission Parameters.

  66. Don't Waste Movements - Exchange Pieces.

  67. Don't Waste Movements - Moving Out Pawns For Rooks.

  68. Don't Waste Movements - Passing Pawns.

  69. Don't Waste Movements - Premature Attacks.

  70. Each Step Threathening.

  71. Enemy Timeout.

  72. Enemy Exchange/Expect.

  73. Enemy Mistake/Outplan.

  74. Enemy Prevent/Slow.

  75. Enemy Scare/Win.

  76. Enjoy Every Game.

  77. Enough Sleep.

  78. Expect Enemy Know.

  79. Every Game Better & Better.

  80. Everyday 1-10 Games.

  81. Exceptions.

  82. Fight Fast - Don't Give Time For Enemy To Think.

  83. First Mistake Decide Everythings.

  84. First Check Whether Can Eat?

  85. Forced Check King Move While You Advance/Move/Take Out Another.

  86. Forced Move Then Move.

  87. Fork - To Take Out 2/3/More Attack Positions.

  88. Fork - To Take Out Enemy Behind Piece.

  89. Go Straight Objectives.

  90. Guard Against Disadvantaged Draw.

  91. If Advantage. Exchange Pieces.

  92. If Cannot Win. Aim For Stalemate.

  93. If If Lose. Retrain Strategies.

  94. If If Win. Keep Gaming.

  95. If Win. Don't Exchange.

  96. Increase Enemy Weakness.

  97. Increase Self Strength.

  98. Keep Gaining Combat Experiences.

  99. Know - Enemy Bad/Good.

  100. Know - Knight Most Difficult Piece To Move/Use.

  101. Know - King Is A Kind Of Pawn Queen.

  102. Know - Queen Is Both Bishop & Rook.

  103. Know - Reasons Behind Moves.

  104. Know - Target To Achieve.

  105. Learn From Other/This Things.

  106. Let Enemy Attack Out While You Attack In.

  107. Lose Piece Not Lose Game.

  108. Maintain Offensive.

  109. Make Full Use Of Enemy Dreaming/Unaware/Waste Movements.

  110. Make Full Use Of First/More Competitive Advantage.

  111. Make Full Use Of Frontline Bishops/Rooks/King/Knights/Pawns/Queen.

  112. Material Advantage.

  113. Mistakes Own Don't Make.

  114. Monitor Time - Catch Up Time.

  115. Monitor Turn - Don't Dream.

  116. Move - Nimzo Bishop Pinning Knight.

  117. Move - Sicilian Pawn Stop Pawn.

  118. Need - If Careless More Careful.

  119. Need - If Proud Lower Humble.

  120. Need - If Slower More Faster.

  121. Need - If Wrong More Correct.

  122. Need - If Wronged More Pressed.

  123. Need As Least 1 Game Daily - Maintain Skills.

  124. Need As Much Combat Experiences As Possible - Sharpen Skills.

  125. Never Expose King.

  126. Never Get Discouraged.

  127. Never Give Up.

  128. Never Resign Half Game.

  129. Never Too Fast Careless.

  130. No Need Worry - Everythings Take Care Of Themselves.

  131. Not Too Fast/Slow Before Move.

  132. Off All Other Apps.

  133. On Music Loudest Repeat Cycles.

  134. Options Enemy/Own Decrease/Know All.

  135. Pieces Good At Weak.

  136. Play Finish Whole Game From Begin To Mid To End To See The Whole Session.

  137. Practice Make Perfect.

  138. Practice More Own Weak Arts Of War - Knights.

  139. Practice More Own Weak Arts Of War - Queen.

  140. Proud Mean Defeat.

  141. Ready To Combat Peak Form.

  142. Recover Fast.

  143. Reinforcement - Quickly Pawn Into A Queen.

  144. Reinforcement - Up Attack/Defence.

  145. Remain Focus/Sharp.

  146. Remember Enemy/Own All Pieces Attacks/Links/Positions/Projections/Threats.

  147. Remember Enemy/Own King Happening.

  148. Remove As Many Enemy Pieces As Possible.

  149. Removed As Few Own Pieces As Possible.

  150. Revise Strategies Before/During/After Playing.

  151. Quickly Remove Attackings.

  152. Sacrifice Ignore.

  153. Sacrifice To Bait/Block/Checkmate/Fork/Gain Competitive Advantage.

  154. See Everythings Comings.

  155. Self Can Enemy Also Can.

  156. Self Know Enemy Also Know.

  157. Simplify Operations.

  158. Slowly Game Learn Strategies & Tactics.

  159. Slowly Kill.

  160. Sequencings.

  161. Some Enemy Cannot Attack/Defend/Pieces.

  162. Some Enemy Cannot Fight Fast.

  163. Some Enemy Cannot Lose Queen.

  164. Some Panic When King.

  165. Some Panic When Queen.

  166. Start - Close All Apps.

  167. Step By Step Be Careful.

  168. Step By Step Combined Elements.

  169. Take Out Die Die Enemy Who Must Attack/Castling/Defence/Over-Plan.

  170. Take Out Dreaming Enemy When Forget His Chain Links Long Broken.

  171. Take Out Dreaming Enemy When Not Very Good From Your Piece Type.

  172. Think 1-1000 Steps Ahead Of Enemy.

  173. Think Fast/Slow Dis/Advantages.

  174. Think When Enemy Is Thinking.

  175. Those Who Think Faster Are Higher Dan.

  176. Time - Concentrate Plannings On Key Moves.

  177. Time - Don't Waste Concentration With Too Much Planning.

  178. Time - Don't Waste Idleness While Enemy Is Planning.

  179. Time - Plan For All Enemy Big Critical Ignore Small Non-Important.

  180. Time - Recall Check All Enemy/Own Old Chain Links.

  181. Time - Recall Check All Enemy/Own Possible Moves Positions.

  182. Time - Sometimes Need To Waste Precious Time For Unaccounted Enemy Move.

  183. Understand Enemy All These Times Thinkings Plannings When You Thinking.

  184. Understand One Piece Alone Cannot Checkmate.

  185. Use Enemy Attack To Attack.

  186. Use Every Board/Piece Very Well.

  187. Use Every Piece.

  188. Use Reactive.

  189. Warm Up.

  190. Warning 1/2/3 Pieces.

  191. Waste Moves Let Enemy.

  192. Waste Moves Own Don't.

  193. When Trouble Go Defence.



**ZZ Chess Style:

Source: Chess.com .

  1. Attacking Initiative.

  2. Calculating One Step Ahead.

  3. Dynamic Mix Things Up.

  4. Intuitive Instincts.

  5. Logical Best Moves.

  6. Positional General Understanding.

  7. Practical Faster.

  8. Tricky Resourcesful.

  9. Technical Same Openings.

  10. Young Unclassified.



**ZZ Chess Dan Levels:

Source: Chess.com

  1. 2200 Expert.

  2. 2300 CM (Chess Master).

  3. 2400 FM (FIDE Master).

  4. 2500 GM (Grandmaster).



**ZZ NLP Chess Players.

NLP How Enemy Operate Think.

  1. NLP Africa - Bad In Time Concept.

  2. NLP Australia - Good At F-ing People.

  3. NLP China - Play To Win.

  4. NLP Europe - Good At Queen.

  5. NLP India - Pawns Formations.

  6. NLP Israel - Good At Strategy.

  7. NLP Italy - Good At Bishops.

  8. NLP Philippines - Cannot Lose Queen .

  9. NLP Russia - Good At Fortified Defence.

  10. NLP South America - Weak Decision Makers.

  11. NLP United States - Some Are Good Some Are Bad.

  12. NLP United Kingdom - Good At Queen.



**ZZ Chess Players Don't Fight Fair:

Source: Chess.com

  1. Premium Players Can Disguise Lower Dan.

  2. Premium Players Can See Your Live.

  3. Premium Players Can Wait In Queue Until You Are Exhausted.



**ZZ Chess Strategies Learning:

  1. Use A Strategies To Attack B To Attack C To Attack A.

  2. Use AI (Artifical Intelligence) Strategies Attack BI (Biological Intelligence).

  3. Use BI (Biological Intelligence) Strategies Attack AI (Artifical Intelligence).

  4. Use BI (Biological Intelligence) Strategies Attack BI (Biological Intelligence).



**ZZ Chess Values:

  1. Less/More Active/Unactive.

  2. Less/More Advance/Withdraw.

  3. Less/More Advantage/Balance.

  4. Less/More Attack/Defence.

  5. Less/More Beget/Reduce.

  6. Less/More Block/Unblock.

  7. Less/More Careful/Careless.

  8. Less/More Checkmate/Safe.

  9. Less/More Connect/Disperse.

  10. Less/More Combined/Uncombined.

  11. Less/More Destroy/Value.

  12. Less/More Down/Up.

  13. Less/More Familiar/Surprise.

  14. Less/More Far/Near.

  15. Less/More Faster/Slower.

  16. Less/More Group/Ungroup.

  17. Less/More Important/Unimportant.

  18. Less/More Lure/Still.

  19. Less/More Minus/Plus.

  20. Less/More Mistake/Success.

  21. Less/More More/Reduce.

  22. Less/More Piss/Threat.

  23. Less/More Right/Wrong.

  24. Less/More Risk/Safe.

  25. Less/More Together/Seperated.

  26. Less/More Useful/Waste.

  27. Values - Calculate Enemy/Own Piece Add Up All Pieces To Have A Feel.

  28. Values - In Enemy Territory Piece Has More Values.

  29. Values - Pieces Enemy/Own Like Use Better Has More Values.



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