Most players doing it wrong!

Most players doing it wrong!

Do you know that over 70% of club players consider studying openings as ‘very important‘?

They spend on average 3-5 hours per week learning openings… And yet they improve by only 50-100 points per year (in a good case scenario).

How do I know all that?

We just ran a big survey across tens of thousands of players.

And this is the data we got.

Why am I telling you all that?

Because you might be in the same boat.

There are 3 BIG roadblocks that prevent players from getting good at opening play…

1. Clarity
2. Time
3. Memory

  • Which openings should you play? There are just way too many options out there.
  • How to learn those quickly, without spending many months or even years?
  • What about the theory? Is there a better way to remember the moves?

The good news is, there is a better way.

Imagine if a top coach did all the research, building, and testing of the repertoire for you.

That would really simplify your choices and make openings easier to pick.

What if you didn’t have to go through 10-15 different opening courses and 10+ opening books, but could learn everything from an all-in-one, structured training program?

That would definitely reduce the time you spend preparing from months or years to just a few weeks.

What if you applied a spaced repetition method to memorize the moves and solidify them in your long-term memory?

Long story short, if you do that, you probably could build a pro-level opening repertoire in weeks (not months or years) AND get 5X greater rating gain than the average player…

Interested how you could do that?

I will give you more details soon!

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Updated 01.11.2024