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What Will I Learn?

 You will get a clear algorithm on how exactly to play a real game.

 How to think during a real game?

 Advanced ideas which will help you to be a really tough opponent.

 You will be able be able to find right moves continually throughout a game.

 How to perform Anti-blunder check?

 How to find best moves?

“Your guide to think and find the best moves during a game”

There are a lot of rules in chess. You probably know a lot about them. You can find them in any chess book, DVD, videos or many other sources.

However, when it comes to a real game, how do you find the right move in a short period of time? In a real game, you need to play a move every few minutes, or if it is a blitz game, you only have a few seconds. Obviously, you cannot calculate various variations, recollect all chess rules you know, think about them, and then compare and decide what the best option is.

That’s why, in a real game, the knowledge you have may confuse you and not help you. That’s the problem all chess players face. After completing this course, you will get a clear algorithm on how exactly to play a real game, so that you can find the right move and do so continually throughout a game, getting good, stable results.

And the solution is, you need to have a well-developed system of thinking. It should be UNIVERSAL and help you detect the best move in any kind of position.

MEET THE AUTHOR:


GM Igor Smirnov

Igor Smirnov is a chess Grandmaster, coach, and holder of a Master’s degree in psychology. He’s the founder of the “Remote Chess Academy” company that has helped thousands of students worldwide to improve their results. GM Smirnov has developed lots of chess video lessons, articles, webinars and training courses.

Course Curriculum

Video Lesson
1. Why thinking system is important? FREE 00:07:00
2. Choose the best candidates moves 00:14:00
3. Recognize the chess ideas fast 00:25:00
4. Force your opponent’s replies 00:24:00
5. Learn the connection between pawns structure and pieces 00:14:00
6. Conclusions 00:07:00
Practical Part
Task 00:00:00

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    good lesson for club level players

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    I think this is important information that is not otherwise widely available

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