Renowned Coach IM Edward Porper Reveals…
A Training Program for Creating Advantages and Turning it into Victories
We’ve all been there…
Your opponent has a couple of badly placed pieces and his king has no flight square. Your spider-sense tells you there’s something in the position… but you just can’t find it. In the end, you either settle for something boring or rush into a tactic you knew didn’t quite work.
If only you knew the correct method…
IM Porper’s course shows you how to capitalize on all types of weakness – tactical and strategic – using his step-by-step systems.
Want to become ruthless at exploiting your rivals’ weaknesses? Take advantage of this system!
Over the course of 10 hours, you will learn:
- How to calculate long variations without losing track of any of the pieces.
- The 1700 slayer. Chapter 15 covers the simple, bloodless way to slay 80% of players rated 1700 or below – just trade off their best pieces and watch their position fall apart! There’s a catch though – their “best” piece is the one that fits Edward’s very specific criteria.
- The trick to “target zoning” – instant recognition of a weak point in your opponent’s position.
- The art of improving your pieces. By taking space and controlling key squares, you automatically restrict your opponent. Edward explains how to dance your pieces into the perfect position while your rival’s pieces trip over their own feet.
- Loose pieces drop off. Become a tactical genius by exploiting loose pieces. Here, Black’s position looks super-solid and he’s attacking our queen. Yet Black’s one loose piece allows a stunning combination. IM Porper reveals all in chapter 6.
What this course is about?
Below GM level, every game has weaknesses for at least one side. Your job is to spot them, attack them and take advantage.
This course shows you how to do all of those things… even showing you how to create weaknesses if none exist.
IM Porper has managed to create a chess course that is one-of-a-kind: a clearly explained collection of winning techniques and strategies.
If you want to exploit a misplaced piece as easily as you would a weak back rank, study this material. It will repay your effort hundreds of times over!
It is time to take your game to a whole new level!
Outline – Exploiting Weaknesses Defense:
INTRO Introduction to Exploiting Weaknesses
CHAPTER 1 The 8th Rank
CHAPTER 2 Types of Weaknesses
CHAPTER 3 Weaknesses – Instant Recognition
CHAPTER 4 Other Targets – Passed Pawns
CHAPTER 5 The Evergreen Combination
CHAPTER 6 Unprotected Pieces
CHAPTER 7 Misplaced Pieces
CHAPTER 8 Mutual Weaknesses – Close Battles
CHAPTER 9 Combination from the Opening
CHAPTER 10 Improving Your Pieces Part 1
CHAPTER 11 Improving Your Pieces Part 2
CHAPTER 12 Better Equals More Efficient
CHAPTER 13 Strategic Weakness – Stretching Too Thin
CHAPTER 14 The Skill of Trading Pieces
CHAPTER 15 Trading Up And Down
CHAPTER 16 The Logic of Trading
CHAPTER 17 Pieces Management
CHAPTER 18 A Perfect Game
CHAPTER 19 Summary
Exploiting Weaknesses with IM Edward Porper – video course [10 hours 5 mintes]
In this 10-hour, 18-chapter course, IM Edward Porper shows you how to capitalize on all types of weakness – tactical and strategic – using his step-by-step systems.
Complete Course PGNs
Downloadable, complete game database of everything covered so that you can analyze it at your own pace and convenience. A must-have a treasure chest for any serious player.
Access to Practicum
Train the important attacking motifs with a set of specifically designed tasks and challenges. The practical part is an important element of the course.
Video summary of the key points covered in the course for quick reference and reviewing. Use it as a quick refresher after studying the course or skim through it before an important tournament!
Meet the Author:
IM Edward Porper [FIDE 2492]
Edward Porper is an International Master from Canada. He became an IM in 1991 achieving highest FIDE rating of 2492 as well as 2700 USCF. He is a professional chess player and coach – teaching chess for many years. IM Porper has won multiple national and international chess tournaments during his 30+ year career.