We are happy to introduce to you the new course by FM Nikolay Yordanov - Attacking Guide for Club Players. The course consists of 24 extensively annotated attacking games played by FM Yordanov, a Video version (3 hours), 24 interactive test positions, and Computer practice.
We are happy to introduce to you the new course by FM Nikolay Yordanov – Attacking Guide for Club Players.
The course consists of 24 extensively annotated attacking games played by FM Yordanov, a Video version (3 hours), 24 interactive test positions, and Computer practice. The computer practice session consists of 10 training positions you can play against a strong engine. In this way, you have the possibility to prove your attacking skills against optimal resistance.
What you’ll learn and Outline:
- Attacking with Opposite-Coloured Bishops
- Opposite Side Castling Attack
- Attacking the Castled King
- Attacking the King by Sacrificing a Piece
- Attacking the King in IQP Positions
- Attacking the King on the h-file
- Attacking the Uncastled King
Each one of these sections consists of a short introduction and several model games.
At the beginning of every model game, FM Yordanov points out what you will learn from it. Also, at the end of the games, he provides a short summary featuring the most essential ideas one needs to retain.
Below, you can think of a position taken from the course:
How should White build its attack in this typical position?
About the Author:
FM Nikolay Yordanov [2305 FIDE]
is a FIDE trainer with 5 years of experience as a chess coach for beginners. He has participated in three World and one European Chess Championships. He is a multiple national junior champion among boys under 10, 12, 14, 16, and 18 in Bulgaria and a winner of many tournaments in Bulgaria and France. He has been studying chess teaching at the National Sports Academy (2005-2007). FM Yordanov trains a lot of kids from the age of 5 to the age of 18. The most important thing is that he has a unique approach with the kids and knows how to inspire them to learn chess. He is a very aggressive chess player, always playing for an attack, looking for sacrifices, and playing very beautiful chess. Some of his students have succeeded at the national level and, hopefully, they will take their part on the international scene.