We have an interesting article on our Blog about this topic.
If you have any questions, comments or you just liked it, feel free to share your thoughts here :)
I love playing through games played by GMs. To me it is like watching a TV show, but better!
After reading your article, I was reflecting on my own chess growth over the years. The times I made the biggest jump in my rating was after a concentrated study over a short period of time of a collection of games annotated by the GM player who played them. (Bobby Fischer's 60 Memorable Games, Bent Larson's Best Games, Alekhine's Best Games Vol. 1 & 2, and many others)
In all of my excitement to learn all of the ChessMood openings inside and out, I have not spent as much time studying games as I used to. I am going to make a concerted effort to return back to my game studies with as much excitement as I do with our openings.
Thank you for your incredible guidance! And thank you for all the hard work you do to help all of us improve in chess and in life!
Hello Avetik, hello ChessMood team,
readings the blog posts again, one idea game to my mind:
Would it be possible to add to some games in the classical games course recent games in which the ideas/concepts of the classical have been implemented and/or further developed?
Thanks again for the sharing so many knowledge with everybody (not only PRO-Members).
Good reply @Nils_Philipp.
That is an excellent idea, but why don't we all post our games were the ideas from the classical games were applied, with a reference to the game and some comments by the player, at least the games played by ourselves. This way we will all enjoy it and it will be very nice to see the Eureka moment... I will talk with the team about this and we will make an sticker if it has enough following.