How to Attack like a Grandmaster (Beginner DVD) – GM Damian Lemos

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How to Attack like a Grandmaster (Beginner DVD) – GM Damian Lemos
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In this chess DVD, Grandmaster Damian Lemos examines legendary attacking games that demonstrate the full process of several world chess champions. GM Lemos emphasizes the influence of attacking chess as one of the greatest driving forces in the game, repeatedly stressing that the attacker is ALWAYS favored! If you are a beginner player that simply wants to achieve better results, this chess DVD will push you strongly in the right direction.
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Empire Chess Volume 29

The secret to winning chess games is very simple – YOU MUST ATTACK! If you like to open passively and slowly build a strong defensive position, you are playing bad chess! To win games in chess, you must be attacking. You can’t wait for your opponent to make a mistake because that is not going to win you any games! The best players in the world try to create at least one threat with every single move; why can’t beginner chess players do the exact same thing? This simple principle of consistently striving to attack your opponent is guaranteed to help you play better and improve your practical tournament results. Constantly creating problems and forcing your opponent to solve them is the mark of a good chess player, regardless of your level.

Learning from The Games of the Masters
In this chess DVD, Grandmaster Damian Lemos examines legendary attacking games that demonstrate the full process of several world chess champions. GM Lemos emphasizes the influence of attacking chess as one of the greatest driving forces in the game, repeatedly stressing that the attacker is ALWAYS favored! If you are a beginner player that simply wants to achieve better results, this chess DVD will push you strongly in the right direction.

Chapter Outline:

  1. Anand vs Karpov
  2. Lasker vs Bauer
  3. Gereben vs Geller
  4. Skrobek vs Jankovec
  5. Karpov vs Leko