Tigran Petrosian became the 9th World Chess Champion after defeating Mikhail Botvinnik in 1963 Match. He lost the title against Spassky in 1969. Petrosian was nicknamed “Iron Tigran” because of his unbreakable defensive style of playing. He was strongly influenced by Aron Nimzowitsch system, and especially the idea of prophylaxis. Any improving playing can learn a lot by closely observing his defensive technique.
Note: If you want to dramatically improve your chess simply studying Grandmaster’s games or solving tactics it not enough. In order to take your chess to the whole new level you need to work on all aspects of the game. That’s what we call a “combined approach”. We will combine 5 most important elements of chess into a single training session to build a good training habits and to make sure you can get out maximum results in minimum amount of time. You will get a access to 3 weeks of training where you will learn:
- Positional play
- Attack on the king
- Endgame technique
- Classical games analysis
- Training secrets, self-evaluation, blunder avoidance
- and much more
Analyzing well annotated chess games should be one of the priorities if your goal is to improve your positional understanding, or simply to become a stronger chess player.
That’s why in our training program we have a carefully selected and fully annotated GM games that will demonstrate the positional ideas that are absolutely essential and can be applied in your own games.