Karpov's Positional Style Revealed with IM Asaf Givon

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Karpov's Positional Style Revealed with IM Asaf Givon
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Karpov demonstrates that you don't need to be an attacking genius, tactical wizard, or an opening database type of player to perform at the highest level. His methodology is very powerful and can help any chess player reaching their goals.
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Why this course was created?

Anatoly Karpov needs no introduction. Karpov held a World Championship Title for over a decade, from 1975 to 1985, when he was defeated by one and only Garry Kasparov.

Then Karpov held a FIDE World Championship Title from 1993 to 1999 and is considered one of the best chess players of all time.

Anatoly Karpov is one of the most consistent and stable World Champions. His play is rock solid and Karpov hardly makes any mistakes.

In this new course, IM Givon reveals some of the most effective techniques that Karpov used to DOMINATE his competition for many years. You will get familiar with Karpov’s style and most importantly will learn some of the weapons that you can directly apply to your own games.

And although I cannot promise that you will play like Karpov, it will give you a serious edge against any club level opponent.

Here is what you’ll learn:

  • Karpov’s unique style and game-winning technique
  • How to bulletproof your openings – Karpov’s Opening Repertoire
  • How the pawn structures dictate the flow of the game – the #1 most favorite structure of Anatoly Karpov
  • Must-know themes and how to build a game-winning plan
  • Easy to understand and replicate techniques and principles
  • How to improve your planning skills?

Why study Anatoly Karpov?

Think of Bobby Fischer or Mikhail Tal with all those beautiful sacrifices and checkmating nets. It is a pure attacking genius in it’s prime. It is something that an average club player can never really understand or use in his own games…

Karpov’s style of play is very educational for any type of player.

With a rock-solid approach and prophylactic thinking, he is the player that does not rely on machine-like tactics or superb calculation skills not available to 99.99% of players.

Karpov’s play is based on slow maneuvering, keeping his pieces safe, and playing a lot of prophylactic moves, neutralizing his opponent’s threats, plans, and pieces. As you’ll see in this course, his opponents lose because they slowly run out of plans and good moves.

And what’s more important… this style of play is suitable for players of ALL LEVELS from novice to super-GM.

Karpov demonstrates that you don’t need to be an attacking genius, tactical wizard, or an opening database type of player to perform at the highest level. His methodology is very powerful and can help any chess player reaching their goals.

Key topics covered in this course:

Lesson 1 – Introduction: More Information About Anatoly Karpov
Lesson 2 – The Battle against the Opponent’s Activity.
Lesson 3 – Slow Play, Preparation of plans
Lesson 4 – Activate the King
Lesson 5 – Art of Maneuvering
Lesson 6 – Art of Endgames
Lesson 7 – How to Slowly Prepare Your Ideas and Breakthrough
Lesson 8 – Control of the File
Lesson 9 – A Practical Game

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.