Beginning Chess Lessons: Part 4 : More Tips on How to Spot Openings in a Chess Game

Beginning Chess Lessons: Part 4 : More Tips on How to Spot Openings in a Chess Game


So that completes my very brief summation
of the openings and I hope that it does give you just a foretaste of what is out there
and that at this point you will go and get more deeply into some of these openings yourself.
There is a myriad way of doing it. There are some wonderful books out there on various
facets of opening play and I hope also that you will continue to practice as much as possible
and get as much over the board play as you can and also if you get the opportunity take
a look at some of the other games that are being played. There are many different ways
of seeing what is going on and out there at the moment and many of the more important
games, the world championship qualifying matches and so on are actually shown live on the Internet
these days so once you master the notation you can actually play along with the players
as the games actually happen so I hope you’ve found it all useful and once again for Expert
Village this is John Livingstone.

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