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33 Chess Concepts that took down World Champions

33 Chess Concepts that took down World Champions

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Are you tired of being the underdog? Are you ready to see your rating increase?! If so, read on!

The question is always the same: how to win chess games against a good player? To beat a stronger player, you need to be ready to induce and exploit mistakes, but how to do that? This video series focuses on concepts, ideas, and patterns that are essential to know to spot those opportunities.

This video series focuses on concepts, ideas, and patterns that are essential to know to spot those opportunities. Even the best players in the world lose games, and this series solely relies on more than 200 sample positions and games that feature a world champion on the losing side vs. a non-world champion, sometimes even against a clear underdog. Included: Video series comes with PGN of all games and positions!

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Even the best players in the world lose games, and this series solely relies on more than 200 sample positions and games that feature a world champion on the losing side vs. a non-world champion, sometimes even against a clear underdog. If even World Champions are taken down with the help of the presented subjects, why not your next opponent in a local club event, or in your next tournament?

The more ideas and patterns you know, the easier it will be to find a good solution in your games. Watching this series will help you to better spot your opponent's mistakes and exploit them more effectively.

1) Loose pieces drop off

 

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The 33 Chess Concepts series is divided into 33 training videos, covering more than 19 hours of top-level instruction, by one of the best and most illustrative teachers on ICC today!

  1. Loose Pieces Drop off (0:40:31)
  2. Improve your worst piece (0:32:03)
  3. Take care of your Knights (0:29:39)
  4. Use the bishop pair (0:28:57)
  5. Who's afraid of IQPs (0:39:11)
  6. Knife to f5 (0:36:34)
  7. Dead Pieces (0:33:29)
  8. Play h4 (0:35:09)
  9. Play g4 (0:27:43)
  10. Give your rooks a lift (0:33:29)
  11. Opposite colored Bishops rule (0:36:21)
  12. Develop your pieces (0:34:00)
  13. It's just a pawn (0:31:58)
  14. Double your pawns (0:34:10)
  15. Kings are strong (0:31:52)
  16. Use pawn majorities (0:31:18)
  17. Knight vs. Bishop - a key imbalance (0:32:54)
  18. Exploit multiple weaknesses (0:36:49)
  19. Knights on the rim (0:37:08)
  20. Get a central pawn majority (0:33:59)
  21. King and Pawn endings are tough (0:41:41)
  22. Manage Space correctly (0:40:58)
  23. Good, bad and ugly bishops (0:38:42)
  24. It's about the king! (0:40:45)
  25. Use the minority Attack (0:32:24)
  26. An Exchange is not that much (0:39:57)
  27. Let the opponent make the play (0:37:05)
  28. Cut the board in two (0:37:09)
  29. Play for scholar's mate (0:32:25)
  30. Push Delroy (0:33:38)
  31. Not all rook endings are drawn (0:32:01)
  32. Trade off the fianchetto bishop (0:34:41)
  33. Prevent Counterplay (0:30:50)

Includes PGN for all games!

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Good examples of great concepts. Review by TheDoctorJ
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Just have begun studying what promise to be an excellent collection of examples of concepts useful to every player - even world champions! (Posted on May 14, 2017)
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Good Presentation Review by SAYURI123
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Thank you (Posted on May 11, 2017)
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33 goods lessons Review by Supermister
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Very soft, easy to read/see!

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33 concepts Review by cthulhutheold
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As someone who is getting back into Chess I find that the myriad of chess videos out to help are many, but few to that are presented in a format that you can absorb with ease. Let me suggest to you 33 concepts as once such as this. As it is divided into useful chapters at specifically address the topic YOU want to learn , but does it without rambling into other ideas that my confuse the issue you are trying to learn. Try it and see if you do not agree that this could be a tool for continued use over & over again. (Posted on May 9, 2017)
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