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  1. The Polgar Method - GM Susan Polgar's Complete Course for Club Players
    The Polgar Method - GM Susan Polgar's Complete Course for Club Players Susan Polgar is a FIDE Senior trainer and has coached some of the best players in the world. Now you can benefit from Susan's expertise with her brand new, 10 volume training program, The Polgar Method.
    Most players are let down by their weaknesses. The Polgar Method fixes that with a specific course on each aspect of chess. First up is the opening. While this is probably the least important phase of the game until you're over 2100 elo, you still need to get to the middlegame with a decent position. Learn More
  2. Attack the King! by GM Marian Petrov
    In this brand new series, Gm Marian Petrov  covers the subject of attack on the enemy King, breaking down the content into different concepts, including when to attack, how to attack the king in the center, attacking on the h-file, f-file, c-file and much more

    FREE BONUS #1: An interactive training session in ICC's Learning Center based on the course material. FREE BONUS #2: A full course guide, CLICK HERE

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  3. Ace Up Your Sleeve - 1. d4 repertoire - by IM Michael Rahal
    In recent years, openings theory has evolved so much that it’s become increasingly difficult to decide between the tangle of lines, analysis and variations. It's a struggle even for Grandmasters to keep up with it all, not to mention club players! It’s no coincidence that the World Champion Magnus Carlsen often plays secondary lines to achieve a less-known middle game position and sidestep his opponent’s preparation. His incredible quality often allows him to accumulate small advantages in the late middlegame and endgame which he then converts to victory. But how many Carlsen’s are there in the world?
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  5. Polgar Chess University Beginner Bundle

    Regular Price: $399.00

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    Attack, Defense and Chess Endgames: Susan reveals the essential principles to successful attacking chess. You will learn why the King is in danger when left in the center, how to find the most aggressive squares for your pieces and the best way to coordinate them in powerful attacks. The lessons contained in this bundle teach not just how to finish your opponent off but also how to get good positions in the first place.

    Positional Play and Chess Strategy: Susan teaches you how to find strong moves in every position by targeting your opponent’s weaknesses and avoiding creating any of your own. You will learn how to look deeper into the position and see further ahead with Susan Polgar’s invaluable advice on planning – a key skill in chess strategy. And you’ll find out how to reduce blunders – mistakes that lose material – with sound positional play.

    Improving Chess Tactics: Susan provides intensive training on chess tactics. Starting with the essential checkmate patterns and tactical motifs like the pin, skewer and fork, the material quickly advances to cover more complicated combinations – but with Susan breaking them down to show exactly how they work and the logic in the position that makes them possible. COMES WITH ONE (1) MONTH OF BONUS ICC MEMBERSHIP Learn More
  6. The Trompowsky Attack Package
    Keeping your opening repertoire fresh is not just recommended, it's a must. You never want to become a predictable opening player and you want to spring surprises every time you can, keep your rivals guessing. The Trompowsky Attack with 1. d4 Nf6 2. Bg5 - named after the Brazilian master Octavio Trompowsky (1897 - 1984) is a great choice to maintain the surprise factor in your opening arsenal and use it when you might feel your game is getting predictable. The Trompowsky package includes 22 videos and is 13 hours, 54 minutes of top-level instruction on the Trompowsky Attack! Learn More
  7. GM Gennady Matjushin
    GM since 2007. Coach at the sports school in Donetsk since 2005. Individual approach. My classes won't be tedious. More analysis, fewer standard training puzzles. You can solve puzzles without paying coaching services. English (understandable), Russian and Ukrainian languages. Contact me via email or send message to Peretyatko on ICC. Price is very affordable. I have work experience in a metallurgical plant! (as locksmith). Оne of my students is a champion of Ukraine among steel workers. Learn More
  8. IM Wm.Paschall

    International Master William Paschall (Mrserious) Experienced teacher, commentator and video lecturer. 20 Years teaching and training in chess. 2 Time Massachusetts State Champ / 3 Time New England Champ. Thousands of hours of private lessons and video/live commentary experience. Study chess in English with a clear and natural communicator!

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  9. GM Sergey Volkov

    GM Volkov Sergey from Russia .Champion of Russia - 2000!  I won 3rd place at EURO -2008 and in 2002. Fide rating on 01.01.07 2659!  I HAVE BEEN A VENDOR HERE AT ICC SINCE 2000. I offer lessons for 50 chekels an hour. I am also available for blitz and short analysis.
    For more information "finger Volkov" e-mail: or message volkov on ICC.

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  10. GM Alexander Kochyev

    GM Alexander Kochyev. Lessons in English for 50 chekels/hour. Discounts for long-term courses. Blitz and post-mortem analysis. "finger Kochyev" for more info about my current pupils and myself.

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  11. WGM Zozulia Anna

    Hello! I am Anna Zozulia, WGM,IM world champion girls U16.  I have a quite long teaching experience for players of any level and age. If you want to improve, learn and have a nice time just contact me. I can give the lessons in English and Russian languages. 25$ per hour, discounts for regular students.  Email:

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  12. Ace Up Your Sleeve - 1. e4 repertoire - by IM Michael Rahal
    In recent years, openings theory has evolved so much that it’s become increasingly difficult to decide between the tangle of lines, analysis and variations. It's a struggle even for Grandmasters to keep up with it all, not to mention club players! It’s no coincidence that the World Champion Magnus Carlsen often plays secondary lines to achieve a less-known middle game position and sidestep his opponent’s preparation. His incredible quality often allows him to accumulate small advantages in the late middlegame and endgame which he then converts to victory. But how many Carlsen’s are there in the world?
  13. Tricks & traps - by IM John Watson

    From the simplest  to the more advanced, this instructive  video series by IM John Watson shows you how to fool (or not be fooled by!) your opponent, You'll learn many new tricks and traps in this 9+ hour videos series!


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  14. My 10 Chess Heroes by NM Dan Heisman
    An instructional video series covering Dan's most inspirational chess players, he covers greats such as Morphy, Lasker, Keres, Fischer, Kasparov and more! Includes 11 videos, annotated games, 41 quizzes and interactive course in our learning center.  Watch the introduction:


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  15. Unconventional openings (16 part series)
    Unconventional Openings In this series, John Watson looks at a wide variety of unconventional openings, ranging from early flank moves to wild piece sacrifices. Everyone has to face such variations from time to time, and most players are not well-prepared to deal with the challenges they pose. Watson provides you with the ammunition to punish the antipositional or overambitious moves that often characterize irregular play Learn More
  16. Repertoire for Black - English defense (15 part series)
    Repertoire for Black - English defense (15 part series) Players: Gamota, Karasev, Starostits, Bunzmann, Hirsso, Jyrki, Marchand, Gulko, Hager, Lempert, Partos Czebe, Onischuk, Nakamura, Z.Polgar, Speelman, Farago, Miles, Hertneck, King, Kosten, Bauer, Kleff, Koenig, Pavlov, Kovalenko, Piesina, Kengis, Kempinski, Miles, Lubczynski, Macieja, Watson, Leon Hoyos, Von Loehnysen, Schlemermeyer, Von Loehnysen, Schlemermeyer, Serper, Yermolinsky, Marjanovic, Ivanisevic, Knaak, Planinec, Handke, Bauer, Sher, Lempert, Eljanov, Delchev, Kallai, Hamdouchi, Avrukh, Grabliauskas, Arduman, Gurcan ECO: A10, A40, A50 IM John Watson, with his video course, helps us build a strong and efficient repertoire of openings, for White and for Black. In the previous few lectures, John showed us how to react to White's first move 1.e4 and 1.d4. In this new series our IM shows us how to play against 1.c4. The first opening Watson teaches us is the fianchetto system 1.c4 b6 2. d4 Bb7, which usually transposes to the classic English Defense (1.c4 b6 2. d4 e6), but avoids certain difficult-to-meet lines. By delaying or skipping ...Nf6, Black keeps his strategy flexible, and in most cases the move ...f5 is key to controlling the central light squares and creating counterplay. The result is a dynamic and challenging system which can easily lead to Black seizing the initiative. Don't miss your chance to add another great piece of opening theory to your repertoire! Learn More
  17. FM Ljubomir Biljanic

    Hello! I'm Ljubomir Biljanic FM from Serbia. I prefer to work with beginners and I help them to improve strategy and tactics in middlegames and endgames. My best students are WGM Ana Benderac and WIM Maja Velickovski-Nejkovic. I am also available for training games and analysis. Contact me via Price $15 for 1 hour

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  18. Rook Endgames by Ron W. Henley

    GM Ron W. Henley is an American Grandmaster best known for his role as second, analyst and trainer for former World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov in several matches in the 1990s! As Ron puts it: “Rooks are the last pieces to come out and develop, so it's easy to see why more than 50% of the endings in a chess game are rook endings. Rook endings should be mastered by any chess player who wants to improve their game and their results”. In this elegantly crafted video series, you will be guided on a journey to Rook endgame excellence. The video series is divided into 14 videos. Learn More

  19. Gambits against the Sicilian
    Looking for ways to defeat the Sicilian defense?  GM Boris Alterman and GM Alex Lenderman cover four sharp and aggressive opening gambits you can play against the Sicilian Defense. You receive 12 top quality videos of Grandmaster analysis on these exciting openings. Learn More
  20. The Sicilian Nimzovitch (8 part series)
    Ronen's Opening Survey: The Sicilian Nimzovitch. B29: Sicilian: Nimzovich-Rubinstein; Rubinstein counter-gambit. The Sicilian Nimzovich - 1. e4 c5 2. Nf3 Nf6 - is a rare and surprising line in the endless ocean of Sicilian lines. It is not played by the very top players almost at all, yet we can see some strong GMs playing that: Hikaru Nakamura and German top player Arkadij Naiditsch for example, and several other strong GMs. Black main plan is to attack white central pawn immediately, in something that resembles the Alekhine defense. The Sicilian Nimzovich is a surprising and dangerous weapon for almost any level. GM Ronen Har-Zvi, with his usual precise and detailed analysis, and with numerous examples of games, guides us through the pros and cons of this unusual variant of the ever-green Sicilian defense. Learn More
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  22. French: Rubinstein variation (7 part series)
    New Ideas in…: French: Rubinstein variation (7 part series). C10: French: Rubinstein variation 3… dxe4. With over 90% of White players opting for either 3 Nc3 or Nd2 against the French Defense, many players like the idea of the option of an easy-to-play sideline rather than the theory-trodden paths of the Winawer or Tarrasch variations. A simple solution is the Rubinstein variation with 3 ...dxe4 that can be deployed against both the big main-lines of 3 Nc3 and 3 Nd2 and has easy development and no pawn structure weaknesses for Black. And from there, there's also the solid Fort Knox variation with 4 ...Bd7 or the newer (neo-Rubinstein) Katalymov's variation with 4 ..Qd5. And in his latest series of "New Ideas In....", GM Ronen Harzvi shows just how easy and how handy the Rubinstein variation can be. Learn More
  23. Anti-Dutch 2 Bg5 (5 part series)
    Ronen's Opening Survey: Anti-Dutch 2 Bg5 (5 part series). A80: Dutch, 2.Bg5 variation. Players wishing to play the Dutch Defense must certainly pay as much attention to Anti-Dutch systems as they do to the main line, as it is these very lines that can more frequently arise at club level. And one of the most popular is the tricky 1 d4 f5 2 Bg5, a line that’s certainly a blood brother of the Trompowsky Attack. Black has to be extremely careful when facing 2 Bg5, because many up against this line have fallen victim to a miniature with White winning with a crushing attack in under 25 moves. This line is also a favorite in online play, and especially here on ICC! And in a new series of Ronen’s Opening Survey, GM Ronen Har-Zvi explores the cut and thrust of the blood-thirsty Anti-Dutch with 2 Bg5. Learn More
  24. Sicilian OKelly (5 part series)
    Ronen's Opening Survey: Sicilian O'Kelly #1. B28: Sicilian o'Kelly. The O'Kelly variation in the Sicilian is one of the most rare side interesting alternatives. The idea is to surprise white after 3.d4 with cxd4 4.Nxd4 and then Nf6, followed by e5 and Bb4, after white natural move 5.Nc3. White's main alternatives to 2...a6 should be 3.c4 or c3, transposing into positions where a6 might not assist black that much. All considered, 2. ...a6 is a dangerous weapon for and against any club up to master level players. In this new series Ronen, with his usual precision and detailed examples, explains us all the subtleties of this rare but useful variation of the widely used Sicilian Defense. Learn More
  25. The Center (4 part series)
    The Center (4 part series) Players: Estrin, Libov, Kramnik, Svidler, Postny, Shahade, Ivanov, Mikhalevski, Yakhovich, Mathe, VallejoPons, Kopjonkin, Ulko, Kristinsson , Malich, PolgarS, Sharif, Bologan, Matousek, Gofstein, Bindrich, Geiling, PolgarJ, Spassky ECO: We all know how important the center of the board is in a chess game. The four squares d4-d4-e4-e5 are the center of the board, and controlling those squares is the aim of virtually every openings. Concept as "classical" or "Big" center are the subject of this interesting series by IM John Watson. He will show you how to control, directly or indirectly, the 'core' of the board, from which usually start any strategic and tactical ideas in the game. Starting from the very basics, John goes through this important subject to take you up to the more complicated situations, all aimed to control those findamental four squares. Learn More
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  27. Goring Gambit (3 video series)
    GM Boris Alterman looks at the Goring Gambit, one of the most swashbuckling options for White in the Open Games after 1 e4 e5. It is fun, easy to learn and virtually unavoidable since White can deploy the crafty move order 2 d4 exd4 3 Nf3 Nc6 4 c3 to avoid the Petroff Defense and the Philidor Defense. Even today, the Goring Gambit is still a strong practical weapon where with best play Black achieves no more than equality. However, the lively attacking positions insure that White will have a lot of pressure, even against best play, and a slight error by Black can prove fatal. Learn More
  28. Surrender of Center (3 part series)
    Surrender of Center ((3 part series) Players: Simonsen, Stoll, Schoeneberg, Bronstein, Reti, Szekeli, Pillsbury, VonBardeleben, Capablanca, Thomas, Rohde, Speelman, Kasparov, Gurevich, Fercec, Pandurevic ECO: Surrender of the Center, a concept postulated by Aaron Nimzowitch in his uber-famous book "My system", is shorthand for "surrenders the pawn center" by giving up one's center pawn. For example, after 1 e4 e5 2 Nf3 Nc6 3 d4, the Scotch Game, when Black plays exd4 he is "surrendering the center." In this case he does so because it cannot be reasonably maintained. In other situations, like the Philidor Defense or the Steinitz Defense to the Ruy Lopez, Black may be able to maintain his pawn in e5, since he has played ...d6 and also either ...Nc6 or ...Nd7 to reinforce. In such cases, it is a different decision to "surrender the center" with ...e5xd4, but still may be the correct one. Black hopes to gain play on the half-open e-file against the White pawn in e4, and possibly to use the e5 square for his pieces at some point. A Knight may land there, or the King Bishop "see" a diagonal through it. In this series, Watson shows us how this idea has been again used in recent times, by elite GMs. Learn More
  29. Strong Point Centers (3 part series)
    Strong Point Centers (3 part series) Players: Galkin, Yandemirov, Zaitzev, Tukmakov, Karpov, Ivanchuk, Graf, Ivanchuk, Graf, Khazimdzanov, Sokolov, Hunt, Davies, Sorokin, Ramesh, Kasparov, Karpov ECO: What's a Strong Point Center? In the surrender of the center we give up a center pawn to gain space and improve the strategic position of our forces; a strong point center is on the contrary a pawn we defend strongly, to make it the starting point of our attacking ideas, especially frustrating our opponent's attempts to make any progress in the center. IM John Watson continues with his amazing course on pawn structures, one of the most formative subject for players of any level. Learn More
  30. Smith-Morra Gambit
    The Smith-Morra Gambit against the Sicilian Defense (1 e4 c5 2 d4 cxd4 3 c3 dxc3 4 Nxc3!?) is perhaps not common in grandmaster chess, but at club level it can be a very potent attacking weapon.  The gambit is named after two players, Pierre Morra from France (1900-1969) and Ken Smith (1930-1999) of the Dallas Chess Club, who popularized it to the masses by writing nine books and fifty articles about it. At grandmaster level, the Nge7 variations are seen as best play against it - but at the recent US Open in Orlando, one of the world’s top grandmasters, Loek van Wely of The Netherlands, proved to be the highest-profile victim yet for the Smith-Morra, as he lost in a spectacular attacking game to IM Marc Esserman.  Learn More
  31. Improve Your Chess: Tabiya 20: 2.c3 Sicilian Overview
    Improve Your Chess: Tabiya 20: 2.c3 Sicilian Overview Opening: B22: Sicilian Defense - 2.c3 Learn More
  33. Fritz 17 - The giant PC chess program, now with Fat Fritz *DOWNLOAD*
    At the turn of the century, Fritz fascinated the chess world with victories over Garry Kasparov and then-reigning World Champion Vladimir Kramnik. The "most popular chess program" (according to German magazine Der Spiegel) offers you everything you will need as a dedicated chess enthusiast, with innovative training methods for amateurs and professionals alike, plus access to the full suite of ChessBase web apps, including the Playchess playing server. Comes with 1 month of ICC membership! Learn More
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    * 8 issues a year * 800 pages a year of the very best in chess * on-the-spot tournament reports * columns both serious and hilarious * in-depth interviews * 'Secrets of Opening Surprises' * chess history that comes to life * endgames and studies * chess anecdotes and curiosities * great pictures and drawings * an honest GM opinion on the latest chess books * exclusive columns by Anish Giri and Nigel Short * games analysed by the top players themselves Learn More
  35. Play Like Tal - GM Simon Williams (DVD)
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  36. Killer Endgames  Part 1: Beginner to Intermediate - GM Nick Pert (DVD)
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  37. Killer Endgames  Part 2: Intermediate to Advanced - GM Nick Pert (DVD)
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  39. CT-Art 5.0
    CT-ART is the world's most recognized and effective chess tactics course. The new CT-ART 5.0 combines three levels of chess tactics on three discs: CT-ART for Beginners is, as the name suggests, the best training course for beginners. It contains 150 teaching examples introducing you to typical chess combinations and 1500 new exercises meant to develop your playing skills and reinforce the knowledge acquired. The exercises are classified according to more than 30 tactical methods and motifs. Languages: English, French, Italian. CT-ART. Mating Combinations is an excellent course for club players. Prepared by the famous coach Victor Khenkin, it includes 1200 instructive examples on 14 themes, each of them illustrating the peculiarities of using certain pieces in mating combinations, and 700 exercises for you to solve. The exercises include refutations of wrong moves and other hints. Language: English. CT-ART 4.0. This excellent tactics course has been voted more than once by the chess experts as the best training program on chess tactics. CT-ART is an indispensable training tool for intermediate players. The course incudes 2,200 basic and 1,800 auxiliary exercises. Learn More
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  46. Revista Peón de Rey (suscripción 1 año - solo España)
    Peón de Rey ¡Única revista de ajedrez en español! Learn More
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    Now you can transfer existing membership time from one account to another.

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    Please note: This $10 fee applies to all membership time transfers, full or partial. For instance, if you have X months remaining on your current account, and wish to transfer some number of those months to a new account so you have two accounts, you still must pay the $10 fee just as you would if you wished to transfer all of the membership time to a new account.

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  48. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 2

    Lesson 2: The Passed Pawn

    This lesson focuses on basic Pawn endgames. The themes include Passed pawns, Breakthrough, the Square rule and even a couple examples of Pawn checkmates!

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  49. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 7

    Lesson 7: The relative value of all the pieces & the legendary Damiano defense

    This lesson focuses of three main areas:

    a) The Value of each piece

    b) The Kings role game and

    c) The Damiano defense

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  50. Polgar Chess University: Beginner Lesson 8

    Lesson 8: What is the threat?

    One of the most important qualities to improve your game is, to recognize your opponents upcoming threats. That is exactly the focus of this lesson. You will see numerous examples of simple checkmate (or other) threats and ideas on how to defend against them.

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