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  1. GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Espisode 35
    $2.99
    GM Joel’s Chess Week Recap - Episode 35 Opening: A46, E60, A01: Player(s): Hou Yifan, Lenderman, Vaganian, Zherebukh, Lu RuifengA46, E60, A01 Learn More
  2. The Trompowsky Attack Package
    $69.95
    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
  3. 80/20 Tactics Multiplier: The French Defense – GM Mihail Marin
  4. WIM Tijana Blagojevic
    $30.00

    I am Tijana Blagojevic, 21 years old from Montenegro. I'm a student of Information Systems and Technology at the Faculty of Organizational Sciences in Belgrade. I won a bronze medal in the World Youth chess championship under 18 (Halkidiki, 2015) and a bronze medal at the European Youth Championship Under 18 years (Porec 2015). Also, have 3 norms for Woman Grand Master and one for International Master. I participated at Susan Polgar's Camp for 10 the most talented girls in the world under 20 years old (2015 in Vienna).
    Teaching experience: 2 years of private lesson experience 1 year experience as a consultant to the International Master and FIDE Master
    Best skills: -Lessons based on individual weaknesses -Analytical skills -Openings -Utilizing modern tools (internet, databases)
    Teaching methodology: Student should send me at least 10 games of his/her game (classic, rapid or blitz) or nickname in some chess website where he/she was playing so I will find games to see mistakes and based lessons on it ( for example lessons can be basic, intermediate or advanced endgames, how to make plan in simple or in complicated position, position estimate based on key factors, tactic , pawn structures , bad and good pieces, motifs that often occur... it all depends on the level of student). The other option is to play a couple of games with a student and then analyze the games. Everything we did in class, homework and additional material are given after every class. I hold lessons through Skype (Screen Sharing).

    If you have any questions don't hesitate to send an email to: tijana.blagojevic97@gmail.com or on Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/TijanaB1997

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