How To Increase Your Chess Rating 1100 is created in order to continue the work on Chess Training Program: Chess Fundamentals 1000. One of the main chess problems is unsuccessful attacks… You will also learn the most common mistakes at this level. Last but not least we're going to increase your endgame skills.
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How To Increase Your Chess Rating 1100 is created in order to continue the work on Chess Training Program: Chess Fundamentals 1000.
One of the main chess problems is unsuccessful attacks. The only way to win a chess game is to create an attack against your opponent. You can attack his pieces or his king. Attacking the king is a key strategical subject but if you would like to do it correctly then you should know the basic mating motives. Plenty of ideas are published on the internet but they can confuse you, as happened to me in the past. I organized them into 10 KEY mating motives that you understand and remember very easily after studying the lessons.
It’s easy to see an obvious double attack. However, as you play with stronger opponents, you need to CREATE the tactics. This is very important and what you’re going to learn with this training chess program is how to create tactics and win the enemy pieces.
You will also learn the most common mistakes at this level. By learning them, you’re going to understand the situation, why these errors happen, and of course how to avoid them! Stopping making blunders will boost your performance to the next level.
Last but not least we’re going to increase your endgame skills. The endgame is a very important phase of the game. If you know how to play at the last phase of the game you can collect very important points and dramatically improve your technique in chess.
Chapter 1. Inspiring chess games!
Chapter 2. Mate pictures // Etouffee
Chapter 3. Mate pictures // Boden
Chapter 4. Endgames | Pawn rase
Chapter 5. Mate pictures // Blackburn
Chapter 6. Mate pictures // Arabian
Chapter 7. Endgames | Exception
Chapter 8. Mate pictures // Greko
Chapter 9. Mate pictures // Back Rank
Chapter 10. Mate pictures // Epaulette
Chapter 11. Endgames | Rook vs Knight I
Chapter 12. Endgames | Rook vs Bishop II
Chapter 13. Mate pictures With King or Pawns
Chapter 14. Traps
Chapter 15. Tactics // Simultaneous-Attack
Chapter 16. Mistakes // Opponent-Best
Chapter 17. Discovered-Check
Chapter 18. Mistakes // Lack-of-Knowledge
Chapter 19. Discovered-Attack
Chapter 20. Double-Check
Chapter 21. Opening Mistakes | Queen, the Superman…
Chapter 22. Eliminate-Defender // Deflection
Chapter 23. Opening | Unreal-development
Chapter 24. Eliminate-Defender // Interference
Chapter 25. Evaluate Position
About the Authors:
Angelo Kesaris [FIDE 1928]
is a professional chess coach and FIDE National Instructor with 20 years of experience. He started teaching chess in primary schools, organizing lessons in chess clubs, private classes, and online teaching. Kesaris quickly made a name for himself by publishing practical strategies that new players can use to improve their chess.