Tips & Resources 

This page is aimed to give you what you need in order to continually improve your game. Over the years, I have used many sites to practice and these are the sites I found most useful. 

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Additional   Resources

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Lichess.org

This is also a good site for playing chess games their basics page is pretty interesting too. Just don't get carried away playing all the chess variants.

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Chesskid or Chess.com

There are a lot of good videos on chesskid.com. If you have trouble understanding the pieces or just looking for some good advice I would suggest this site. 

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Chess Tempo

If you would like to continue training your tactics, I would prefer you to use chesstempo.com. The site is free and the puzzles are limitless.

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ChessBase.com

I have used this website for a long time and it has a large online database of more than 8 million games. If you want to do some deeper study of your openings check out this site. 

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