Self-Improvement Chess Guide for Club Players

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Self-Improvement Chess Guide for Club Players
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Looking for ways to take your game to the next level without hiring a GM coach? 6 GMs and IMs teamed up to produce this 65+ hours Self-Improvement Chess Guide for Club Players. It covers everything from Opening Preparation for White and Black to middlegame understanding, tournament strategies, and, of course, endgame mastery. Get this bundle, study it well and you will add a couple of hundred rating points to your current Elo.

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From Club Player to Expert with GM Nikola Nestorovic

GM Nikola Nestorovic has been coaching for nearly 10 years. He developed his own training to take a 1400-1600-rated player to a tournament player level and beyond. It’s based on 5 concepts: Tactical Patterns, Strategical Patterns, Middlegame Ideas, Endgame Ideas, and Opening Ideas.

Endgame Masterclass with GM Misa Pap

You see, endgames are tough to handle unless you know these little nuances and tricks—that’s why you need GM Misa Pap’s brand-new Endgame Masterclass.

Complete Endgame Manual with IM Bence Szabo

IM Bence Szabo is back with a brand-new training Complete Endgame Manual that will take you from a novice to an Endgame Master… in under 12 hours!

Complete Middlegame Guide for 1400-1800 Elo with GM Jacek Stopa

There is 1 thing Jacek is seriously good at. Middlegame strategy. This skill alone can compensate for nearly anything else. And it is sufficient to instantly place you in the ‘titled’ category. That’s why GM Stopa recommends working on 9 elements of middlegame strategy. And if you’re an intermediate player… this is for you.

1.e4! Tactical Repertoire for White with IM Tor Fredrik Kaasen

We managed to convince IM Kaasen to reveal the main reason for his success… and he recorded a 12.5-hour training giving away his entire Tactical Opening Repertoire for White after 1.e4!

Attack with 1…e5 Complete Repertoire for Black by GM Sipke Ernst

Whether you’re already a 1.e4 player looking for some more weapons, or you’re ready to start from scratch with 1…e5, everything you need is in GM Ernst‘s course. This is a complete, easy-to-learn repertoire that’ll strike fear into 1.e4 players and score you many more points in your tournaments.

About the Authors:

GM Misa Pap [2521 FIDE]

Is a self-made Serbian Grandmaster. He is a winner of 16 international tournaments with 2600+ performances, a former youth Champion of Yugoslavia, and 3-times 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 Nikola Nestorovic [2516 FIDE]

is a Grandmaster from Serbia and has been playing chess for over 20 years. Nikola became a GM in 2015 and a FIDE Trainer in 2018. He is very passionate about coaching and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Education. GM Nestorovic is a winner of multiple prestigious National and International tournaments. He is also a head coach of a Serbian chess school and the author of numerous books.

IM Bence Szabo [2406 FIDE]

is a Hungarian International Master and an active tournament player. Bence previously held the National and European Youth Champion’s title. IM Szabo has over 10 years of coaching experience with some of his top students becoming National Champions in different age categories and claiming various international norms and titles. Bence works as a head coach in one of the largest chess schools in Hungary. He has worked with multiple medal-winning Olympic Grandmasters and other top talents.

IM Tor Fredrik Kaasen [2475 FIDE]

is a 20-year-old Norwegian chess player. Chess is his passion and he enjoys sharing it with others. IM Kaasen started to play chess at the age of 8 and became the Norwegian under-11 champion in 2013. He became the 3rd youngest International Master in Norway when he was 15. IM Kaasen is working hard on becoming a Grandmaster and recently scored his first GM norm. He is a very theoretically-oriented player with a good sense of dynamics. IM Kaasen is also working as a coach and most recently started as a National Coach of the Norwegian women’s team at the Chess Olympiad in India.

GM Sipke Ernst [2606 FIDE]

is an international grandmaster, and a professional chess coach. He was born in 1979, learned chess at the age of 9 at school, and has been hooked on the game ever since. GM Sipke Ernst holds an MA degree in Dutch Language and Culture.

GM Jacek Stopa [2544 FIDE]

is originally from Poland. He started playing chess at the age of 8 after randomly buying a chess set on a winter vacation. His father taught him how to play and he soon became addicted. Jacek earned his International Master title at age 18 and was the European Team Chess Champion in Solving Chess Problems in 2008. He has developed into a very effective chess instructor over the last six years, helping many young chess players reach their maximum potential.