Grandmaster Ron W Henley releases the Dzindzi Indian Series
Posted on February 20, 2012 by GM Ron W Henley in All Articles w/ Videos, Chess Openings, General Chess Articles, Strategy & Game Review

After careful deliberation, I’ve decided to release over 20%+ of my Dzindi Indian DVDs and eBooks to the fans of OnlineChessLessons.NET for free! We’ve released a digital version of the eBooks and DVDs on our site at a highly reduced price from what it is costing on sites like Amazon. The Dzindi Indian: Crushing White: The DZINDZI INDIAN! is designed to give you an easy- to- learn yet powerful and incredibly effective weapon that you can […]

Live Blitz Rapidchess – Pirc Defense
Posted on March 30, 2012 by William in All Articles w/ Videos, Blitz/Bullet Chess

I opened with e4 and black played the Pirc Defense. I employed a flexible move order, however black took advantage of my lengthy maneuvers with the aggressive 9. …b5! although after 10. …b4 11. Nb5!? I was able to achieve some interesting pressure on the queenside. Black fought actively with 12. …h5!? and went on to sacrifice a piece with 15. …Nexd5!? I think white had more than ample compensation for the piece, although I […]

Tal Memorial Chess 2012

Posted on March 29, 2012 by William in Tournament Updates

The 7th Mikhail Tal Memorial Chess Tournament 2012 has been confirmed for June 7-19th in Moscow, Russia and will showcase an incredible line-up of elite grandmaster talent. Tal Memorial Chess 2012 has arranged the participation of 7 of the top 10 highest rated players in the world, only missing current World Chess Champion Viswanathan Anand at #4, Sergey Karjakin at #8, and Vassily Ivanchuk at #10. The Tal Memorial 2012 promises to be one of […]

The Dzindzi Indian – Kingside Fianchetto
Posted on March 28, 2012 by GM Ron W Henley in All Articles w/ Videos, Chess Openings, Strategy & Game Review

The Dzindzi Indian is an extremely offbeat variation – and that’s exactly what makes it so dangerous! The effect of this surprising opening system can be devastating on the unprepared opponent, often forcing defensive gut reactions to this very different type of set-up. In this video on the Kingside Fianchetto Variation for white, we will examine black’s typical sources of counterplay against white’s disrupted center. I recommend that black plays to immediately establish pressure on […]

Maximize Your Level of Focus During Play: Chess Psychology
Posted on March 27, 2012 by William in General Chess Articles

Achieving the optimal state of mind during a chess game is a very difficult thing to do. It is very easy to become distracted by the littlest things, to have your mental energy diverted by some completely irrelevant and trivial detail. The best chess players in the world are able to find the exact balance between using their mental and emotional energy while remaining completely calm and relaxed. Understanding the importance of achieving an aggressive […]

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