Prepare to reach new heights in your chess abilities with our latest course, "30 Fundamental Classical Games" by GM Renato Quintiliano. This comprehensive course features 30 classic games that every chess player should know. In each game, you'll discover instructive positional or tactical patterns that are still relevant today.
Prepare to reach new heights in your chess abilities with our latest course, “30 Fundamental Classical Games” by GM Renato Quintiliano. This comprehensive course features 30 classic games that every chess player should know. In each game, you’ll discover instructive positional or tactical patterns that are still relevant today.
GM Quintiliano, a renowned chess coach and player, shares his insights and expertise in this course. He analyzes each game in great detail, explaining the strategic and tactical concepts behind each move. You’ll gain a deep understanding of the play styles of legendary players like Anderssen, Morphy, Capablanca, Alekhine, and Kasparov.
The video version of the course offers over 9 hours of content, allowing you to watch and re-watch each game at your own pace. The PGN version makes it easy to reference and analyze each game.
By studying the fundamental classical games, you’ll not only gain a better understanding of chess history, but you’ll also develop a deeper appreciation for the timeless strategic and tactical concepts that are still relevant today. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to enhance your game and take your skills to the next level with “30 Fundamental Classical Games.”
Chapter 1 Anderssen – Kieseritzky
Chapter 2 Anderssen – Dufresne
Chapter 3 Morphy – Brunswick Duck
Chapter 4 Steinitz – Von Bardelebe
Chapter 5 Lasker – Bauer
Chapter 6 Pillsbury – Lasker
Chapter 7 Lasker – Capablanca
Chapter 8 Capablanca – Dus Chotimirsky
Chapter 9 Marshall – Capablanca
Chapter 10 Capablanca – Marshall
Chapter 11 Reti – Alekhine
Chapter 12 Alekhine – Nimzowitsch
Chapter 13 Geller – Euwe
Chapter 14 Botvinnik – Capablanca
Chapter 15 Botvinnik – Vidmar
Chapter 16 Smyslov – Rudakovsky
Chapter 17 Smyslov – Kerez
Chapter 18 Tal – Larsen
Chapter 19 Bobotsov – Tal
Chapter 20 Petrosian – Unzicker
Chapter 21 Kasparov – Petrosian
Chapter 22 Spassky – Petrosian
Chapter 23 Byrne – Fischer
Chapter 24 Fischer – Keres
Chapter 25 Karpov – Unzicker
Chapter 26 Karpov – Spassky
Chapter 27 Karpov – Kasparov
Chapter 28 Kasparov – Portisch
Chapter 29 Kasparov – Petrosian
Chapter 30 Karpov – Kasparov
About the Author:
GM Renato Quintiliano [2509 FIDE]
Renato Quintiliano is a Brazillian chess Grandmaster and Under-16 Champion of 2008. Renato became FIDE Master in 2013 and International Master in 2015. In February 2022 Renato won the Magistral de Osasco tournament with 7 points out of 9 and became Brazil’s 15th GM. Renato is an active tournament player, chess coach, and author of numerous chess courses.