EMPIRE CHESS – VOL 103
Playing chess for fun is one thing. Taking on the serious competitors you face in tournaments – and beating them – is another. You need a highly refined skillset if you want to succeed, but getting the time to develop that skillset is tough for most people.
IM Belezky has the solution. His 4 hour Tournament Winner’s Toolbox, provides training on the 3 key areas that ambitious players should study: calculation, positional evaluation and developing your opening repertoire.
In this course you will learn how evaluate endgame positions using just 3 factors, an incredible time-saving device which can be used to assess middlegame to endgame transitions.
IM Belezky also teaches you how to build a tournament-ready opening repertoire rapidly by modelling the play of top GMs. And you will learn his precision method for calculating like a machine!
If you want to increase your success in competitive play but don’t have much time to study, look no further than the Tournament Winner’s Toolbox.
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1) The calculation method
2) Forcing moves
3) 3 factor endgame evaluation
4) Endgame evaluation in practice
5) Learning openings the easy way
6) Introduction to the Dragadorf
7) Opening prep in action
8) Dragadorf: Caruana vs. Shabalov
9) Dragadorf with …h5
10) Learning from losses
11) Dragadorf: Instructive games