|Keyword Query:||Beginner Chess Strategy|
|Interpretation:||You're fairly new to Chess, have got the hang of some of the 'Basics' already and now want to improve your ability by learning Chess Strategy.|
Strategies give you an 'outline' of how you want to control the battle; whereas, 'Tactics' are short-term opportunities, that come and go, at random, as you run your Strategies.
In our Beginners Chess Guide, you'll find a Basic Chess Strategy ...
This was never intended to be a definitive, "Best Strategy Ever", sort of thing. It was a compilation of some key aspects of developing your army, which I first explored, through watching others play Chess.
Those I watched weren't elite players, or particularly strong players, for that matter. They were just "better than me", at the time.
Since building Chess-Game-Strategies.com, I've begun learning from elite players ... In particular, Yasser Seirawan, through his Winning Chess series of books, has had a big impact on my Chess education.
The main Chess Strategies that you'll find on our website (see the Recommended Links - Chess Strategies Index), I learned from Yasser's book, Winning Chess Strategies, which I recommend to all Beginners who are interested in learning Chess Strategy.
I also recommend getting hold of a copy of Fritz 12, as it'll help you bring Yasser's Strategy examples to life and accelerate your learning.
In truth, there are no "Beginner Chess Strategies", as such; just GOOD 'Chess Strategies', which you'll be able to learn and practice, regardless of your current level of experience.
KEYWORD: Beginner Chess Strategy
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