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Middlegame Mastery with GM Alterman

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Middlegame Mastery with GM Alterman
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"If you’re aiming at reaching master level, or are chasing the dream of a major boost in your rating, Middlegame Mastery with GM Alterman video series is a must."
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Middlegame Mastery with GM Alterman

If you’re aiming at reaching master level, or are chasing the dream of a major boost in your rating, this video series is a must.

Nowadays, everyone is super prepped up in openings, you might be too, and you’re likely getting good positions out of them, but it’s in the middle game where battles are decided. In this magnificent video series, GM Alterman (ELO 2611) carefully takes you through all the key aspects and secrets of middle gameplay.

In this series, you’re not only going to learn the essentials of middle play, but you’re also going to master critical topics such as:

  • The Positional Sacrifice, when a quiet sacrifice can create permanent and lasting damaging to your opponent’s position.
  • The Art of Defense, you’ll learn all the resources you have to deflect your rivals attack with 6 videos on the often ignored but hugely important topic.
  • Strong outposts, find how to create and exploit strong outposts.
  • Opposite side castling attacks, always exciting but hard to master, GM Alterman shows you how to deal and win these attacks.

Imagine what’s going to happen when a club player gets familiar and masters these concepts in the tournament or online play. Their unsuspecting rivals get torn apart!

In total, you’ll receive an amazing pack of over 70 videos, with 34+ hours of amazing instructional material. All in a super pack which is by far the best value option.

GM Boris Alterman (2611 FIDE)

is a 2600+ rated GM, former second to Garry Kasparov and a world-renowned openings expert. His opening ideas and insights into attacking play were programmed into theJunior chess engine that drew a match with Kasparov and beat Radjabov.