Struggling to find the best moves in “quiet” positions?
Losing games and left wondering where you went wrong?
Are you stuck at the club level unable to break through to the expert level (2200+ rating)?
This is for you.
Mastering positional chess is not easy—not even for advanced players at times.
Why do you think a 2200-rated player spends years before reaching an ELO rating of 2500, if ever?
What do you think separates an average GM from a super-GM?
It’s that deeper chess understanding… that makes for a great chess player.
Want to boost your positional chess IQ like those pros?
We bring to you GM Arnaudov and GM Grigorov’s latest and exclusive course Improve Your Positional Play today.
Starting from how to maneuver your pieces to the best possible squares to building positional attacks… this course is laid out in a simple-to-understand manner, suitable for even lower-rated players.
Here’s a sneak peek inside the course:
- Exploiting small mistakes for a HUGE plus. If your opponent makes even the slightest of mistakes, you must learn how to leverage it for a full point. Let GM Mihail Marin show you how to build a solid positional attack and demolish the enemy king while your opponent watches helplessly (so sad!).
- Exchanging when you are ready. Just when you developed your bishop, your opponent exchanges it with his immobile knight. Not good at all. Master the art of exchanging for a benefit where every piece exchange helps you secure a positional or material advantage.
- Flawless piece coordination—fast and smooth. Your pieces must be faster than your opponent’s pieces. Learn to develop pieces that don’t just go and sit on seemingly “better” squares but actually takes your overall position up a notch—and then attack when the time comes! Just like Vaganian did with 10. Rd1 against Dvoretsky’s bad queen (diagram on the right).
This is a massive 12+ hour premium video series that goes through EVERY possible aspect of Positional Chess and helps you go beyond mere tactics and absorb a much more profound understanding of chess positions.