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"It is no surprise that TACTICS is the key to winning chess games all the way up to 2200 elo. If you are under 1800 rated, tactics is absolutely must-study element!"
"If you want to succeed at chess it is crucial to start coming up with a good plan. That’s where the problems come for 95% of chess players."
"All chess players want to learn how to attack, but they don’t realize that the reason why their ELO isn’t 2200 yet is because of their poor defensive technique, not the attacking skills. The truth is, the ability to attack and to defend are equally important."
"The Queen’s Indian Defense is a very powerful weapon for those who think that a draw against 1.d4 is not enough. Many world champions employed this opening with great success. Bobby Fischer, Garry Kasparov, and recently Magnus Carlsen achieved many brilliant victories with a help of the Queen’s Indian."
"Despite its visual simplicity, king and pawn endgame is a very complicated subject in chess. Majority of club level players nowadays do not spend appropriate amount of time to get familiar even with some of the most typical positions."
"The middlegame I repeat is chess itself, chess with all its possibilities, its attacks, defenses, sacrifices, etc.” - Eugene Znosko-Borovsky
"Many of the strongest Grandmasters agree that psychology is one of the most important factors in chess. It is not a secret that strong GMs can exploit their opponent’s emotional state, read their fears and predict plans. "
"The trick is not to calculate the moves, but to correctly and precisely evaluate the position that arises. This is the true art. The more precisely you can evaluate the position the stronger chess player you are."
"Calculation is really the bread and butter of being an elite chess player. Without the ability to out-calculate your opponents it is nearly impossible to get consistent results."
"Open positions are one of the most common types at chess. By learning how to play the open positions correctly you will take your game on the whole new level."
"Some of the greatest chess minds in history of the game employed the positional sacrifice as the weapon of choice to win tournaments, matches and even World Championship titles."
"Attacking chess is something that truly separates the greatest minds of all time from the rest: Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer, Garry Kasparov, and now Magnus Carlsen..."
"What is the main difference between a Grandmaster and an amateur? It is the understanding of positions on a very fundamental level, or what’s called the positional understanding."
"Rook endgames are the most common and probably one of the most complex of all endings. No wonder 90% of chess players have trouble with them. This course will make rook endgames one of your strongest sides!"
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