Why was this course created?
Understand the essence of chess with the Krush Method, the 7 hours iChess course from 7 times US Women’s Chess Champion GM Irina Krush.
The true nature of chess isn’t easy to pin down. It’s clearly more than pawn structure, knight outposts, and King safety, important as those elements are. GM Krush identifies the qualities of time, space, and harmony as the real deciding factors in the outcome of a game. Mastering each of these is what this course is all about.
Learn how to attack with speed, conquer territory and harmonize your pieces so they strike with maximum effect. Learn the techniques that change a tough position into one where you’re fighting for the win.
Make fast progress by mastering the pillars of chess expertise with the Krush Method.
- Discover how masters seize the initiative, even in seemingly innocent positions (you’ll learn to use handful elements that when combined, allowed Morphy, Tal, and Alekhine to bamboozle opponents in beautiful miniatures!)
- Learn to use the deadly “Spassky Grip” which starts with a small space advantage, squeezing relentlessly until opponents can barely move their pieces (devastating against Fischer, Geller, and soon your opponents too!)
- Access the secrets of Karpov’s perfect positional play and how harmony between pieces was indeed the “glue” that made it all stick together (Kasparov himself learned this lesson only after painfully losing the 1984 match!)
So if you’re ready to master chess the simple way, you have no better shortcut than GM Krush’s ground-breaking Time, Space and Harmony course!
- PART 1 Understanding the element of time in chess
- PART 2 Punishing negligent development
- PART 3 Space advantage strategies
- PART 4 Undermining space with pieces
- PART 5 Blowing up space
- PART 6 Harmony: staying flexible
- PART 7 Harmony: improving your pieces
- PART 8 Creating harmony
GM Irina Krush (2502 ELO)
is an International Grandmaster from New York City. At age 14 Krush won the 1998 U.S. Women’s Chess Championship to become the youngest U.S. Women’s Champion ever. Krush played in many prestigious international events including Corus Chess, Wijk aan Zee, Women’s World Team Championship, Chess Olympiad, to name a few.