Middlegame for Club Players with IM Marko Nenezic

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In a flash, Marko shot up to 2200 FIDE, then 2300, and recently he even smashed past 2500! Today IM Marko Nenezic reveals his winning blueprint in his new 10-hour Middlegame for Club Players.

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Most players are trying to get their opening and tactics straight…

But only a few really focus on the part where most games are won… the middlegame!

Marko was just a typical club player with a rating of around 1900.

He was stuck and couldn’t get any better until he realized something.

It wasn’t the openings or tactics messing him up. It was actually not knowing what to do AFTER the opening was done.

So, Marko did not waste his time.

He put together a blueprint, covering everything from game plans, key squares analysis, and pawn structures to the go-to sacrifice moves for winning those middlegames.

In a flash, Marko shot up to 2200 FIDE, then 2300, and recently he even smashed past 2500!

Today IM Marko Nenezic reveals his winning blueprint in his new 10-hour Middlegame for Club Players.

Here is what you’ll learn:

  • The Geller’s Plan – Looking to handle those Sicilian Middlegames? White drops the bishop on c4 and the knight on c3 is all set to hop over to d5 with the pawn’s backup. And just like that, BOOM! Black’s setup starts falling apart because of those shaky dark squares.
  • Nimzowitsch’s Algorithm – Stressed about the French? No sweat. IM Nenezic lays out Nimzowitsch’s easy strategy for getting your knight on that key e5 square and ruling the game.
  • Minority Attack 2.0 – IM Nenezic’s got this little tweak in the Carlsbad setup order that’ll give you a quick upper hand. Grunfeld, KGD, Nimzo Middlegames… you’ve got them all in the bag.
  • Breaking the Maroczi Bind – IM Nenezic hooks you up with the ‘Anti-Maroczi’ setup, laying out plans, move sequences, and piece maneuvers to snag the advantage.

And this is just a sneak peek of what you’ll pick up here.

Oh, and guess what?

IM Nenezic goes all out, breaking down all the middlegame strategies and concepts for BOTH sides.

Meaning, whether you’re playing with White or Black pieces, you’ll know just how to get that edge.

Outline:

Introduction
Chapter 1 Battle for d5 Gellers Classical Plan
Chapter 2 Battle for d5 Knight Maneuver
Chapter 3 Battle for d5 Bishop Exchange
Chapter 4 Battle for e4 in KID Complete Control
Chapter 5 Battle for e4 in KID g4 Plan In Samich Variation
Chapter 6 Battle for e4 in KID Pawn Sacrifices for Central Control
Chapter 7 Battle for e5 in French Nimzowitsch’s Plan
Chapter 8 Battle for e5 in French Piece Control of the Center
Chapter 9 Battle for e5 in French Modern Example
Chapter 10 Dangers of the Isolated Pawn
Chapter 11 Central Breakthrough
Chapter 12 Weaknesses and Risks of the Isolated Pawn
Chapter 13 Carlsbad White’s Minority Attack on Queenside
Chapter 14 Carlsbad Black’s Kingside Counter Plan
Chapter 15 Carlsbad Black’s Queenside Counter Plan
Chapter 16 Carlsbad Combination Of Queenside and Central Play
Chapter 17 Maroczi Bind Central Strategy
Chapter 18 Maroczi Bind Avoiding Piece Exchange
Chapter 19 Maroczi Bind Strong Knight vs. Passive Bishop
Chapter 20 Pawn Sacrifice For Piece Improvement
Chapter 21 Exchange Sacrifice for Activity

About the Author:

IM Marko Nenezic [2531 FIDE]

is a Serbian International Master with a FIDE rating of 2531. His chess journey spans over 15 years, and he has been a distinguished member of the Serbian National Team, participating in the 2018 Olympiad. One of his most notable achievements is his victory against GM Dmitry Jakovenko, who was rated 2747 at the time. IM Nenezic is also dedicated to coaching, consistently seeking to enhance his own skills while helping his students advance in their chess careers.