Why this course was created?
Usually, we sacrifice material for an attack, hoping to get something back immediately.
But strong players have mastered the ability to sacrifice material for positional reasons. By positional reasons, I mean a strong outpost, open lines, activation of the pieces, create color dominance, eliminate opponent’s actives pieces, etc.
The main idea of this course is to teach you all the above-mentioned topics and familiarize you with this new chess ability, to sacrifice material.
The course is essential for intermediate and advanced levels of players but even if you are a beginner, you can grasp the ideas easily.
Key topics covered in this course:
Lesson 1 – Positional Pawn Sacrifices
Lesson 2 – Color dominance
Lesson 3 – Utilizing Development Advantage
Lesson 4 – Using Positional Sacrifice to Eliminate the Opponent’s Main Active Piece
Lesson 5 – Sacrifice to Defuse the Opponent’s Initiative and Creation of Strong Passed Pawns
Lesson 6 – Sacrifice to Defuse the Opponent’s Initiative and Creation of Strong Passed Pawns (Part 2)
Lesson 7 – Create Weaknesses in the Opponent’s Pawn Structure (Exchange Sacrifice)
Lesson 8 – Decline the Opponent’s Sacrifice – Make a Counter-Sacrifice
Lesson 9 – Decline the Opponent’s Sacrifice – Make a Counter-Sacrifice (Part-2)
Powerful Practical tasks
It is necessary to put the received knowledge into practice. There are 8 practical tasks (over 50+ games) in this course which will help you to understand and remember the ideas of the course better.
The training program has a detailed explanation on what and exactly how you should do the practical tasks.
Learn anywhere, anytime and on any device
The course can be accessed in ANY device (even in the non-windows devices).
We’re providing you with the course in e-book format (PDF) and you can study the video lessons separately as well.
IM Asaf Givon
Asaf Givon is an International Master playing for the Kfar Saba team in the first Israeli chess league. He got his IM title in 2013, and he currently has 2 norms. He started teaching chess since he was 16.