We are happy to introduce to you Grandmaster Mind - How to Learn From Your Own Games. You get 6 hours of high-level training which will provide you with the following benefits: Better understanding of professional preparation, Better ability to identify critical moments, In-depth insights into chess psychology, Enhanced decision-making, Better understanding of the practical play, and Better general chess understanding.
We are happy to introduce to you Grandmaster Mind – How to Learn From Your Own Games.
In this course, you will be able to see inside the Grandmaster’s Mind.
GM Petar Arnaudov will share his thoughts about some of the most important practical aspects of the game. You will learn how he prepares against his opponents and what he thinks during the game.
You will see for yourself what is the difference in the thinking process between you and a grandmaster. The lectures will improve your thinking process, decision-making, and analytical skills.
Regardless of the level, everyone can find this course to be very useful.
What you’ll learn:
You get 6 hours of high-level training which will provide you with the following benefits:
- Better understanding of professional preparation
- Better ability to identify critical moments
- In-depth insights into chess psychology
- Enhanced decision-making
- Better understanding of the practical play
- Better general chess understanding
Chapter 1. How to Prepare Your Openings
Chapter 2. How to Optimize Your Practical Decisions
Chapter 3. Critical Moments
Chapter 4. Squeeze the Win in Equal Positions
Chapter 5. Q&A Session
- 6 hours of high-level training
- Access to Recordings and PGN files from the lectures
- Additional training materials related to the topics
About the Author:
GM Petar Arnaudov [FIDE 2494]
is a Bulgarian chess player and co-founder of the modern-chess.com platform. He received the International Master title in 2009 and became Grandmaster in 2013. He was part of the Bulgarian national team in 2013 and is the current team champion of Bulgaria. GM Arnaudov is also a chess publisher and writer.