GM Blueprint for Finding Winning Moves with GM Marian Petrov

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GM Blueprint for Finding Winning Moves with GM Marian Petrov
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If you want to learn how it’s done, GM Marian Petrov is here decoding GM Blueprint for Finding Winning Moves for you in his new 3-hour course. Time to get started!

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Finding the winning moves is by far the most difficult and important element of chess.

The reason is simple.

There are just too many possibilities for creating a straightforward ‘algorithm’ for identifying the best moves.

Even almighty computer engines struggle in this territory.

Human players aren’t computers, and Grandmasters have certain advantages when it comes to identifying the best moves.

Instead of calculating everything like a machine would do, GMs only focus on the most important aspects, such as:

  • Calculating a winning combination [delivering checkmate or winning material]
  • Making a critical decision [gaining positional edge]
  • Transitioning to a winning endgame
  • Opening or closing the position

Those are just a few examples, but it’s clear that by following a structured thinking approach, you will save time as well as reduce the number of inaccuracies in your play.

And that’s what this course is all about.

GM Marian Petrov will teach you how to identify the critical positions and explain when, how and what you should calculate.

This is the same ideology Marian has been using successfully for over a decade. It helped him in making key decisions and finding winning moves throughout his own career and it worked well for his students too.

What you will learn:

  • Calculating a winning combination [delivering checkmate or winning material]
  • Making a critical decision [gaining positional edge]
  • Transitioning to a winning endgame
  • Opening or closing the position

About The Author:

GM Marian Petrov [FIDE 2537]

is an accomplished professional chess coach, theorist, and Bulgarian champion for 2002 and 2017, as well as the winner of many open tournaments around the world. Also, a FIDE trainer and coach of the team Wales at the last Olympiad in Baku in 2016. He graduated from the National Sports Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Chess Pedagogy, a four-year undergraduate program designed to prepare top-level chess trainers.