Feature & Content Suggestions

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65 votes

Make Dutch defence lecture

The ideas and planning after the opening like the level up D4 dynamite or Caro Kann lectures.
Suggested by: <Hidden> (25 Oct, '23) Upvoted: yesterday Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
63 votes

Stalemate Traps

How to create them in an otherwise loosing (end)game and how to avoid them when winning
Suggested by: <Hidden> (24 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 19 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
138 votes

Pawn structures

A course about how to read pawn structures, how pawn structures modify the way we play, how to choose the best pawn breaks, etc…
Suggested by: <Hidden> (15 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 20 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
67 votes

Fundamental checkmate patterns

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 18 Jun Comments: 0
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32 votes

identifying and using forks

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 14 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
26 votes

Identifying and using pins

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 14 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
129 votes

How to build an opening repertoire

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: yesterday Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
43 votes

How to handle your emotions before, during, and after a game

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 19 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
125 votes

How to manage your time

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 20 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
16 votes

How to read SAN

Suggested by: <Hidden> (13 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 29 Apr Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
43 votes

A guide to Bishop and Knight Checkmate

I am an 1800 elo player right now but still do not know how to do this with efficiency
Suggested by: <Hidden> (09 Oct, '23) Upvoted: 18 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
51 votes

Tactics

Would be great to have a course on all the different sorts of tactics with theory and then drills.
Suggested by: <Hidden> (03 Oct, '23) Upvoted: yesterday Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
118 votes

How to Calculate Better.

where you learn how to calculate and view calculation of model games.
Suggested by: <Hidden> (27 Sep, '23) Upvoted: yesterday Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
41 votes

How to play from equal positions

Hi. I have just reached rating of 1400 and I'm getting a lot more equal position games where all my pieces are already developed, and I couldn't find any attacks on ...
Suggested by: <Hidden> (23 Sep, '23) Upvoted: 17 Jun Comments: 0
Lecture suggestions
48 votes

A guide to Knight VS Bishop

A guide on how to use the Knight and Bishop. Also having a section on Good Knight VS Bad Bishop and Good Bishop VS Bad Knight not only in the endgame as featured in ...
Suggested by: <Hidden> (11 Sep, '23) Upvoted: 18 Jun Comments: 0
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150 votes

How to anlayze with chess engine

On your Gotham Chess shows, you often analyze (after or during the game) by checking Stockfish for the "best" move. You also talk about analyzing your games by ...
Suggested by: <Hidden> (25 Jul, '23) Upvoted: yesterday Comments: 1
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