Chess Tutorial: Three Phases of The Game And Chess Notation

By working on the two lessons available below, you will learn essential concepts needed for moving beyond the rules and progress into advanced topics like tactics, combinations and strategies. You will learn how to read and write a chess game with the algebraic notation and also what are the different phases of the game: the opening, the middlegame and the endgame (or ending). You will be able to measure your progress by doing optional (but highly recommended) exercises at the end of each lesson.

Lesson 6: Algebraic Notation Lesson 6
Learn to read and write a chess game so you can have access to historical games and chess theory. Also the algebraic notation will help your progression by allowing you to interact with chess problems and puzzles. Algebraic notation will give you access to the content of tons of books and Internet web sites.
Lesson 7: Phases of a chess game Lesson 7
Learn and understand the different phases of the chess game : the opening, the middlegame and the endgame or ending. Knowing these phases will allow you to approach chess from different angles and prepare you to the rich material available for the chess fans for improving their game like specialized books and Internet web sites.