Complete Tactics Manual for Beginners with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic

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Complete Tactics Manual for Beginners with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic
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IM Boroljub Zlatanovic is here with his brand-new course Tactics Manual for Beginners. Starting from the art of deflection to pinning to eliminating defenders, this exclusive training is meant for lower-rated players who know what a fork is but don’t quite put it into practice in their games.

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Seeing no improvement in your game?

Or maybe even after hours of studying openings, your rating still refuses to budge?

Tell me, do you find it hard to see winning opportunities on the board? Do you often end up drawing even a won game? Do your opponents usually land a “surprise” attack on you out of thin air?

What you need to understand is – it’s NEVER out of thin air. The writing was already on the wall. You could not see it though.

That’s why studying tactics is of the essence.

Your innate positional maestro might be putting the pieces on the right squares. But if you can’t take advantage of the chances they are presenting to you, you are lost.

No worries… IM Boroljub Zlatanovic is here with his brand-new course Tactics Manual for Beginners.

Starting from the art of deflection to pinning to eliminating defenders, this exclusive training is meant for lower-rated players who know what a fork is but don’t quite put it into practice in their games. (Are you one of them?)

What you will learn:

  • Black to move. The most natural move is Bf3 with a discovered check on the White king. Good move but is that great? No, the best move is Qxd1+… a decoy to get the White king on d1, where it will be susceptible to double-checks and finally mate. Let Zlatanovic show the decoying trick to you in Chapters 13-15.
  • g7-square is protected? At first look, it seems like… yet when you look closely, you will see the tactical dynamics of the position. The White Queen is going to land on g4 and the bishop is coming to h6. Can Black thwart them all? What should Black’s first move in this combo be? If you have been in a similar situation before and wasted your chances, you need to watch Chapters 7-9.
  • Overextended pieces. The Black Queen is defending both the d8 and the c6 squares. However, it cannot protect the other when it moves to either of them. So, what do you do? You “deflect” the Queen from its current position. That’s what White did on the next move with Qc6+. The Black Queen has to capture it back, and then the rook lands on d8 with a cool mate!

Outline:

Introduction
Chapter 1. Eliminating Defense (part I)
Chapter 2. Eliminating Defense (part II)
Chapter 3. Eliminating Defense (part III)
Chapter 4. Deflection (part I)
Chapter 5. Deflection (part II)
Chapter 6. Deflection (part III)
Chapter 7. Discovered Attack (part I)
Chapter 8. Discovered Attack (part II)
Chapter 9. Discovered Attack (part III)
Chapter 10. Pinning (part I)
Chapter 11. Pinning (part II)
Chapter 12. Pinning (part III)
Chapter 13. Decoy (part I)
Chapter 14. Decoy (part II)
Chapter 15. Decoy (part III)
Chapter 16. Double Attack (part I)
Chapter 17. Double Attack (part II)
Chapter 18. Double Attack (part III)

About The Author:

IM Boroljub Zlatanovic [FIDE 2438]

IM Boroljub Zlatanovic is an International Master and a professional chess coach from Serbia. Boroljub has been coaching chess for over 15 years and his students showed outstanding results in the Youth and Junior Championships. Whether you want to improve your endgame (basic, typical, complex), middlegame (global strategy, tactics, and typical positions) or to expand and deepen the opening repertoire, you are at the right place!