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2018 World Chess Championship Bundle – GM Ron W. Henley

2018 World Chess Championship Bundle - Gm Ron W. Henley
2018 World Chess Championship Bundle

The 2018 World Chess Championship Match between Magnus Carlsen and Fabiano Caruana has come to an end. Although both players demonstrated a super high level of chess in the 12 classical games, Magnus Carlsen retained his title after defeating Fabiano Caruana in the tiebreaks.

Now, GM Ron W. Henley is here to present a series of courses in which we will study the two men who are now considered the best chess players on the planet.

Here’s what you’ll find in this bundle:

Magnus Carlsen The Magnificent

Magnus Carlsen is a chess phenomenon. Grandmaster at 13 years old, he cleared 2800 Elo just 5 years later and became world No. 1 the following year.

In 2013, Carlsen defeated Anand to become the new World Chess Champion and successfully defended his title against Anand in 2014, Karjakin in 2016 and Caruana in 2018.

Carlsen also smashed Kasparov’s record for the highest ever Elo rating – 2882 compared to Garry’s 2851.

The Fabulous Fabiano Caruana

Italian-American Fabiano Caruana went from playing amateur tournaments to being the 2nd highest-rated player in just 5 years.

What chess-playing secrets hold the key to Caruana’s incredible rise?

Recorded just before Fabiano’s historic World Championship match against Magnus Carlsen, GM Ron Henley seeks to answer this question with an expert analysis of 10 of Caruana’s most instructive games.

Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures

In this course, GM Ron W. Henley has seized the chance to explore the talents of the “Mozart of chess” with a very unique format. GM Ron W. Henley takes you on a tour through Magnus Carlsen’s brilliancies by looking at 64 of his miniatures.

The great thing about this course is that Magnus’ miniatures aren’t only entertaining, but they also have an instructive value for chess improvement.

About the Author:

Ron W. Henley is an American chess grandmaster, writer, narrator, and producer of chess videos.

Henley obtained the International Master title in 1980 and the Grandmaster title in 1982. He also appeared on the cover of Chess Life in 1982, representing the United States.

Aside from being a strong player in his own right, GM Henley acted as second, analyst and trainer for former World Chess Champion Anatoly Karpov in many of his matches in the 1990s.

Ron Henley also trained 7-time US Women’s Champion, GM Irina Krush.

How do I benefit from this course?

In this course, GM Ron W. Henley uncovers the secrets behind Magnus Carlsen’s remarkable success, examining his career and explaining the chess secrets hidden in his games.

Henley also retraces Fabiano Caruana’s career, extracting powerful lessons from his best games and combinations, revealing how he went from amateur to Challenge Carlsen in the 2018 World Chess Championship in just a few years.

Here’s part of what  you’ll learn with this bundle:

Attacking Play:

2018 World Chess Championship Bundle - Gm Ron W. Henley

When Fabiano Caruana was younger, he was a feared attacking player.

Even in apparently calm lines, he found ways to go for an attack against the opponent’s king. In the course, GM Henley takes a look at a game Fabiano Caruana played back in 2008, aged 16.

Playing with the White pieces, he faced the French Defense Rubinstein Variation (1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5 3.Nc3 dxe4) which has the reputation of being very solid, leading to calm positions. Yet, Caruana managed to create an impressive attack.

Knockout Moves

If you want to win many games in 25 moves or less, you definitely need to have a killer instinct at the chessboard. Your tactical brain needs to be in good shape and – once you have the initiative – you constantly need to look for knockout punches which finish the game immediately.

Studying Magnus’ miniatures, it becomes clear that once Magnus has his opponents on the ropes, he doesn’t let them off the hook.

Invisible Moves:

Every chess player knows that some chess moves are harder to spot than others: backward moves, horizontal moves, moving a piece to an apparently protected square, quiet moves in sharp positions, positionally undesirable moves and so on. Moves like these don’t easily enter our mind.

Magnus is very good at spotting these subtle hidden moves in his games.

This is a unique chance to learn from the 2018 world championship contenders, Magnus Carlsen, and Fabiano Caruana, their strengths, and weaknesses, how they approach the openings plus the techniques they use to outplay their opponents from any type of position.

Enjoy this World Chess Championship bundle!

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+11 hours

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Chapter Outline:

Magnus Carlsen (The Magnificent) – GM Ron Henley

Introduction: About this course

  • Carlsen’s 10 Greatest Hits

Part 1: 2003-2005

  • 1. Hammer – Carlsen (World U14 Youth Championship 2003)
  • 2. Carlsen – Harestad (Politiken Cup 2003)
  • 3. Carlsen – Ernst (Wijk aan Zee 2004)
  • 4. Carlsen – Ostmoe (Norwegian Championship 2005)
  • 5. Carlsen – Groen (Norway 2005)

Part 2: 2018-2015

  • 6. Carlsen – Aronian (Wijk aan Zee 2008)
  • 7. Kramnik – Carlsen (Wijk aan Zee 2008)
  • 8. Anand – Carlsen (World Championship 2013)
  • 9. Carlsen – Vachier-Lagrave (Gashimov Memorial 2015)
  • 10. Carlsen – Nakamura (London Chess Classic 2015)


The Fabulous Fabiano Caruana – GM Ron Henley

Introduction: About this course

Chapter 1: Caruana’s 10 Greatest Hits

Part 1: 2008-2012

  • 1. Caruana – Berg (Dresden 2008)
  • 2. Karjakin – Caruana (Sao Paulo 2012)
  • 3. Caruana – Giri (Wijk aan Zee 2012)
  • 4. Caruana – Vallejo Pons (Brazil 2012)
  • 5. Ivanchuk – Caruana (Italy 2012)

Part 2: 2014-2016

  • 6. Carlsen – Caruana (Sinquefield Cup 2014)
  • 7. Caruana – Topalov (Sinquefield Cup 2014)
  • 8. Caruana – Shankland (US Championship 2016)
  • 9. Caruana – Anand (Candidates 2016)
  • 10. Caruana – Nakamura (London 2016)

Chapter 2: Caruana’s Best Combinations

Chapter 3: Fabiano Caruana In the Year 2018

  • 1. Caruana – Karjakin (Sinquefield Cup 2018)
  • 2. Caruana – Anand (Chess Olympiad 2018)
  • 3. Caruana – Gelfand (Chess Olympiad 2018)
  • 4. Caruana – Mamedyarov (Chess Olympiad 2018)

Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures – GM Ron W. Henley

Introduction: About this course

  • Chapter 1: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2001-2002
  • Chapter 2: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2003
  • Chapter 3: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2004
  • Chapter 4: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2005
  • Chapter 5: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2006
  • Chapter 6: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2007
  • Chapter 7: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2009
  • Chapter 8: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2010
  • Chapter 9: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2014
  • Chapter 10: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2015
  • Chapter 11: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2017
    • Part 1: 12 Miniatures In 2017
    • Part 2: 12 Miniatures In 2017
  • Chapter 12: Magnus Carlsen’s Miniatures 2018



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