What if you could learn chess from the World Champions? You can learn fearless attacking play from Bobby Fischer. Intricacies of positional chess from Ulf Andersson. Tactical and strategic nuances from Mikhail Botvinnik. Deep-level analysis and understanding of positions from Garry Kasparov. Strategic mastery from Anatoly Karpov. Flexible opening play and “water from a stone” endgame technique from Magnus Carlsen. These are just a few things you'll learn from this incredible Bundle!
Learn from Wilhelm Steinitz with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic
In his new 10-hour-long training, Learn from Wilhelm Steinitz, IM Boroljub Zlatanovic takes the theories taught by Steinitz and analyzes how they were put into practice in actual games. A very nice refresher on the classical games played by the legend himself… where he crushed his opponents (like a magician!).
Learn from Mikhail Botvinnik with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic
If you want to follow Botvinnik’s success and improve your own game, IM Boroljub Zlatanovic has recorded a 10-hour training based on Botvinnik’s 5 KEY elements of chess: The File, Bishop Pair, Key Squares, Harmony, Logic & Strategy.
Learn from Ulf Andersson with IM Boroljub Zlatanovic
IM Zlatanovic studied Ulf Andersson’s system for years, helping his students to produce outstanding results in the Youth and Junior Championships. Finally, Boro agreed to record this 10-hour training and reveal Ulf Andersson’s approach to you!
Learn from Bobby Fischer with GM Misa Pap
GM Misa Pap created incredible 10-hour training based on Fischer’s BIG 6 Super-Skills: Preparation, Attacking Play, Deep Strategy, Endgame Play, Mental Power, and Resilience. Take this course, study the games, follow GM Pap’s advice, and it will take your chess ability to an entirely new dimension.
Learn from Garry Kasparov with GM Gyula Pap
In his new course Learn from Garry Kasparov, he covers a whole bunch of Kasparov’s games, each of them covering a particular theme, and shows you how Kasparov played his games.
Learn from Anatoly Karpov with GM Bryan Smith
In Learn from Anatoly Karpov, GM Bryan Smith takes you on a 10-hour journey through Karpov’s entire career and skillfully extracts the most instructive nuggets for you to model and improve your own chess.
Learn from Magnus Carlsen with GM Marian Petrov
GM Petrov breaks down the World Champion’s approach to tricky and flexible opening play, dominant middlegame strategy, “water from a stone” endgames, and even the secret to Magnus’ deadly intuitive sacrifices.
About the Authors
IM Boroljub Zlatanovic [FIDE 2438]
is an International Master and a professional chess coach from Serbia. He has been coaching chess for over 15 years and his students showed outstanding results in the Youth and Junior Championships. You are at the right place with IM Zlatanovic whether you want to improve: your endgame (basic, typical, complex), middlegame (global strategy, tactics, and typical positions) or expand and deepen the opening repertoire.
GM Misa Pap [FIDE 2521]
is a self-made Serbian Grandmaster. He is a winner of 16 international tournaments with 2600+ performances, a former youth Champion of Yugoslavia, and a 3-time Champion of Vojvodina. GM Pap is a regular participant in the European Chess League and has over 15 years of coaching experience. He is also a regular contributor to Chess Informant.
GM Gyula Pap [FIDE 2578]
Is a Hungarian chess Grandmaster with the best ELO 2578. Gyula became a grandmaster at the age of 19 and won 10 Hungarian youth championships: 3 classical, 6 rapid, and 1 blitz. Also, he won the European youth team championship in 2009 and finished second at the World U-16 Chess Olympiad in 2007. He is also a full-time chess coach.
GM Bryan Smith [FIDE 2503]
is an American Grandmaster and chess coach. GM Smith has won many international tournaments including Limpedea Cup (Romania), Citta di Erba (Italy), Easter International (Serbia), Philadelphia International, National Chess Congress, US Masters, etc.
GM Marian Petrov [FIDE 2537]
is an accomplished professional chess coach, theorist, and Bulgarian champion for 2002 and 2017, as well as the winner of many open tournaments around the world. Also, a FIDE trainer and coach of the team Wales at the last Olympiad in Baku in 2016. He graduated from the National Sports Academy in Sofia, Bulgaria with a Bachelor’s degree in Chess Pedagogy, a four-year undergraduate program designed to prepare top-level chess trainers.