Renowned coach IM Boroljub Zlatanovic presents…
One word of advice…
Don’t be one of those “blitz” players who keep playing the same tactical patterns and hoping their opponents fall for them… ugh!
That’s a surefire way to keep you at the club level—forever.
If you want to break through the expert level, here’s what you should do.
Observe what your opponent does.
Then turn it against him.
How? Every move he plays creates “holes” in his position. Just like yours does.
As a chess player, it’s your job to guard your own holes and exploit that of your opponent to your advantage.
For that, you can’t just push pieces randomly. You need a killer middlegame plan—a clever, simple, and flexible plan that gradually but surely leads you toward your goal.
And that’s what we have for you today!
IM Boroljub Zlatanovic just finished his brand-new course, Elements of Strategy. IM Zlatanovic, a chess strategy specialist, in this massive 10-hour course, takes you on a journey on how the chess masters carve out their wins, move by move, like solving a jigsaw puzzle!
Starting from creating pawn majorities to activating your king like Petrosian’s famous king walk, this course teaches you how to form master middlegame plans where every move has a purpose… and that purpose is to WIN the game.
Here’s what you will learn:
- Holes everywhere. Before you make plans in chess, you must find the right ideas—that means, know which “holes” to exploit in your enemy’s camp.
- Temporary weaknesses. Zlatanovic shows you how to accept temporary weaknesses in your own position to create permanent ones in your opponent’s. What’s great? Your opponent will comply with your plan… because he does not see as you do. Remember, every move needs to be functional, not aesthetic.
- Squeeze it like Capablanca. Capablanca loved simple games. He would make the most obvious moves in the position… and somehow, after about 20-30 moves, you feel like you are being squeezed out of breath by a Burmese python! Want to know how? Get this course now.
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