Deep Calculation
for 1400-2000 Elo

with GM Miloje Ratkovic
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GM Miloje Ratkovic reveals…

Are you tired of making careless mistakes in your chess games? Do you struggle to see the best moves and calculate accurately?

If you’re serious about playing chess, study calculation – before openings, endgames, or anything else.

It’s the ability to analyze complex positions, anticipate your opponent’s moves, and find the best possible move in any situation.

But why exactly does calculation matter so much in chess?

Here are a few reasons why:

Firstly, the calculation is what separates the average chess player from the great ones. A Grandmaster might not see the next 40 moves, but he can literally see a lot beyond what the ordinary eyes can. It’s what allows players like Magnus Carlsen, Garry Kasparov, and Bobby Fischer to make incredible moves and win games that seem impossible to the rest of us.

Secondly, chess is a game of precision, and even the smallest error can cost you the game. If you don’t calculate your lines, you are playing “hope chess”. Not ideal, my friend. By calculating your moves carefully, you can reduce the risk of making costly blunders and increase your chances of winning.

Thirdly, calculation helps you anticipate your opponent’s moves. By analyzing the board and predicting what your opponent might do next, you can develop a stronger defense and counterattack with greater effectiveness. And your opponent will be left wondering, “how is he reading my miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiind?”

Finally, and this is my opinion: calculation is simply more fun. Chess is a game of strategy, and nothing is more satisfying than making a clever move that catches your opponent off-guard. Look at that smug smile on your face! 

By honing your calculation skills, you can revel in the game on a more profound level and relish the experience of outwitting your adversary.

That’s exactly what GM Miloje Ratkovic is here to teach you today, with his brand-new course, Deep Calculation for 1400-2000. A 5-hour video training that teaches you EVERYTHING about calculation, from the comparison of lines to the elimination process, and much more.

Here is what you will learn:

Deep Calculation for 1400-2000 Elo

Deep Calculation for 1400-2000 Elo

Deep Calculation for 1400-2000 Elo

The calculation is not as simple as “I play this, he plays that, I play this, he plays that, then this…”. The calculation is what sets the champions apart.

So, if you’re serious about playing chess, don’t neglect your calculation skills.

With practice and dedication, you can improve your game, win more matches, and experience the joy of playing chess at a higher level.

Take the first step today and start developing your calculation skills – you won’t regret it!

Today $29 Regular Price $99
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Deep Calculation
for 1400-2000 Elo

Video Course + PGNs + Practicum

Deep Calculation for 1400-2000 Elo - video course [5 hours]

GM Miloje Ratkovic is here, with his brand-new course, Deep Calculation for 1400-2000. A 5-hour video training that teaches you EVERYTHING about calculation, from the comparison of lines to the elimination process, and much more.

Complete set of PGNs

Downloadable, complete set of PGNs of everything covered so that you can analyze it at your own pace and convenience. A must have treasure chest for any serious player.

Access to Practicum

Train the important attacking motifs with a set of specifically designed tasks and challenges. Practical part is an important element of the course.

Today $29 Regular Price $99
Meet The Author

GM Miloje Ratkovic [2499 FIDE]

is a Serbian Grandmaster with a FIDE of 2499. He has obtained the title of GM in 2021. Miloje has won many National and International events. He is a professional player, chess coach, and Twitch streamer. GM Ratkovic is also a huge fan of the online blitz with Elo 2785.

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