Learn how to play the middlegame with greater power and more accuracy with this incredible 19-hour course from our friends at iChess and IM Valeri Lilov.
Split into 3 sections (Positional play; Planning; Calculation and practical play), Middlegame Mastery gives you everything you need to achieve your potential in chess. If you’ve ever found yourself sat at the board wondering what to do, or have struggled to balance your own attack with the threats of your opponent, IM Lilov has pro level insights that will ensure you call the shots.
Covering topics as varied as prophylaxis, creating winning chances and analyzing your own games, this is a truly comprehensive course that will pay enormous dividends to any serious student.
Here are some of the topics covered:
- Plan to Win: Discover the advanced planning methods used by grandmasters such as Karpov, Yusupov, and Petrosian (Example: IM Lilov shares the 3 key elements of any successful plan)
- Positional Mastery: IM Lilov refines your positional judgment so you understand positions quickly and make the right moves every time (Example: Incredible prophylaxis training teaches how to shut down opponent’s plans before they even think of them!)
- Calculation and practical play: Learn to calculate deeply, play dynamic chess and win more quickly (Example: Karpov’s dynamic positional game reveals how he 1) forced good exchanges, 2) stole the center and 3) swung his attack to the kingside!)
These are just tiny samples from this treasure trove of chess wisdom and, in 19-hours with IM Lilov, you’ll discover an absolute mountain of powerful chess knowledge leading to measurable improvement.
In fact, provided you push yourself to study the entire course, Middlegame Mastery could literally put a halt to all of your silly mistakes overnight.
IM Valeri Lilov (FIDE 2438)
better known as Tiger Lilov is a professional chess coach and lecturer renowned for his personalized approach to training students and professional players from all over the world. Having been an active tournament player all his life, he has won many international open tournaments and championships including the European Individual School Chess Championship U10 (Moscow, 2000) and the Kulaga Memorial International Open (Minsk, 2007).