As FM Viktor Neustroev puts it... there is a missing link between your tactical knowledge and practical play. The good news is... there is an easy fix. In his brand-new course, Hacking Tactics, FM Neustroev will add this missing link to your game.
You learned all the common tactical motifs.
Solved a million puzzles.
Have a perfect streak in puzzle rush (You clicked all the right moves).
Then the game day comes. And something happens.
You missed this little pawn push. Then deflected a fork threat, but completely overlooked that double attack…
The rook is gone.
It almost feels like the more time and effort you put into tactics, the worse you do.
As FM Viktor Neustroev puts it… there is a missing link between your tactical knowledge and practical play.
The good news is… there is an easy fix.
In his brand-new course, Hacking Tactics, FM Neustroev will add this missing link to your game.
Here is what you’ll learn:
- Tactical Strikes Theory – Played the opening badly? Struggling in the middlegame? A well-calculated tactical strike will save the day and win the game. FM Neustroev will teach you how it’s done.
- Art of Creating Tactics – Have you ever played a game that seems to have ZERO tactics? FM Neustorev will show an easy-to-use approach for creating tactics ‘on demand’, and converting them into a full point.
- Flipping the Switch on Strategic Positions – Tired of slow positional maneuvering? FM Neustorev shows a universal way for turning a positional game into a tactical one.
- Foreseeing the Future – Ever played against a much stronger player? Noticed how they are always 1, 2, or even 3 steps ahead? FM Neustorev will reveal a secret technique for how you can be ahead of the competition in tactical play.
Those are just 4 of many powerful ideas & techniques you’ll learn in this course.
Add even a single one, and your performance will dramatically improve.
Add a few, and you will quantum leap to a whole different level.
Chapter 1. Introduction Hacking Tactics
Chapter 2. Attack the Enemy King. Carlsen – Cuenca Jimenez
Chapter 3. Attack the Enemy King. Sjugirov – Perez Ponsa
Chapter 4. Attack the Enemy King. Ftacnik – Gonza
Chapter 5. Attack the Enemy King. Robson – Bok
Chapter 6. Attack the Enemy King. Meier – Maghsoodloo
Chapter 7. Tactical Motifs. Rakhmanov – Yuffa
Chapter 8. Tactical Motifs. Nihal – Navara
Chapter 9. Tactical Motifs. Azarov – Navara
Chapter 10. Tactical Motifs. Korobov – Anand
Chapter 11. Tactical Motifs. Jones – Li
Chapter 12. Attack Enemy Weaknesses. Oparin – Christiansen
Chapter 13. Attack Enemy Weaknesses. Bruzon Batista – Mamedov
Chapter 14. Attack Enemy Weaknesses. Burg – Sipke
Chapter 15. Attack Enemy Weaknesses. Navara – Salgado Lopez
Chapter 16. Attack Enemy Weaknesses. Sadzikowski – Zhigalko
Chapter 17. Provocation. Duda – Moussard
Chapter 18. Provocation. Le – Hess
Chapter 19. Provocation. Gabrielian – Romanchuk
Chapter 20. Provocation. Kulaots – Piorun
Chapter 21. Provocation. Galaktionov – Sonis
Chapter 22. Advantage Transformation. Kamsky – Lewtak
Chapter 23. Advantage Transformation. Baramidze – Pakleza
Chapter 24. Advantage Transformation. Wojtaszek – Keymer
Chapter 25. Advantage Transformation. Navara – Kadric
Chapter 26. Advantage Transformation. Tan – Spoelman
Chapter 27. Pawn Structure Transformation. Heineccius – Kovalenko
Chapter 28. Pawn Structure Transformation. Gustafsson – Edouard
Chapter 29. Pawn Structure Transformation. Mohammad Nubairshah – Molaei
Chapter 30. Pawn Structure Transformation. Dziuba – Olafsson
Chapter 31. Pawn Structure Transformation. Azarov – Shengelia
About the author:
FM Viktor Neustroev [2305 FIDE]
is a chess player and coach who won multiple regional competitions and received various awards. He has coached for many years and has had highly successful students. FM Neustroev sees his mission in teaching chess and making his students overall much better players.