IM Kolosowski shares his complete thinking system which will help you to make the best decisions in the endgame. You'll learn the right moves, and restructure your thinking to immediately apply this new knowledge straight into your endgames.
What do Carlsen, Capablanca, and Karpov have in common?
They are World Champions. And they are all GREAT endgame players.
You see, it is not possible to become a strong player without a proper endgame technique.
That’s true at all levels, but especially for under 2200.
Most club players either focus on ‘theoretical’ endings or ignore them altogether.
Learn this one type of endgames, most common and complex, and your skill and performance will skyrocket!
IM Mat Kolosowski simplifies the whole thing for you, making studying Rook Endings a breeze.
- 3 Types of must-know weaknesses in the Rook Endgames
- How to play against an isolated pawn [and dominate]
- A simple formula for attacking backward pawns [a special plan for pawns on 3rd and 6th ranks]
- How to force your opponent into a “passive defense”? [works wonders against under 2000 players]
- Creating and exploiting multiple weaknesses
IM Kolosowski shares his complete thinking system which will help you to make the best decisions in the endgame. You’ll learn the right moves, and restructure your thinking to immediately apply this new knowledge straight into your endgames.
After watching this course, you won’t need to worry about Rook Endgames anymore. It’ll become your home territory, an easy-win even against much stronger opponents.
Lesson 1 – How to Define Weaknesses in Rook Endgames Part 1
Lesson 2 – How to Define Weaknesses in Rook Endgames Part 2
Lesson 3 – Can a King Be a Weakness in Rook Endgames?
Lesson 4 – Doubled Pawns
Lesson 5 – Isolated Pawns
Lesson 6 – Backward Pawns
Lesson 7 – Creating a Weakness
Lesson 8 – Exploiting Weaknesses (1) – Multiple Weaknesses
Lesson 9 – Exploiting Weaknesses (2) – Zugzwang
Lesson 10 – Dealing with Weaknesses – Active Play
IM Mat Kolosowski (FIDE 2474)
Mat Kołosowski is an International Master from Poland. He is a multiple Polish youth championship medalist. In 2010 he took 5th place in European U-18 Championship. During the course of his chess career Mat won many international tournaments. Apart from being a player, he is also a chess coach who has experience in working with students from more than 20 countries. So far he helped a few of them in obtaining their own international titles. Mat has also performed live commentary of Polish and European Rapid and Blitz Championships.