Attacking Masterclass with IM Mat Kolosowski

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Attacking Masterclass With Im Mat Kolosowski

Attacking Chess: Attacking Masterclass with IM Mat Kolosowski

In this 19-lesson, 10-hour masterclass we are going to take your attacking skills to the next level. You will learn specific and very effective methods that professional chess players use to achieve attacking chess mastery.

How much time do you spend on training your attacking skills? As many as 90% of chess players spend nearly ZERO!

That’s right.

Attacking Masterclass With Im Mat Kolosowski

Nine out of ten players don’t develop the most important chess skill at all… how crazy is that?

Can you imagine a pro basketball player that doesn’t practice his shots, a boxer that doesn’t train his punches or a soccer striker not practicing his shots? Hardly.

It’s not any different in chess. If you want to win games, you’ve got to know how to attack and how to do it well. Attacking chess is the bread-and-butter of all strong players because it is much more efficient than defending. That’s the only way to get consistent and predictable results.

The problem is…

Simply developing pieces and playing “logical” moves don’t work anymore. Strong attacking positions don’t just appear out of nowhere.

What should you do?

Attacking Masterclass With Im Mat Kolosowski

The only way of achieving a strong attacking chess position is by building it yourself. That takes a huge chunk of the randomness out of the equation. This puts you in control. The big question remains… HOW to build this kind of position and crush your opponents?

Is this course for me?

Attacking Masterclass with IM Mat Kolosowski gives you a clear blueprint for achieving a favorable position and turning it into the “win”.

IM Kolosowski combines two decades of his own experience with the ideas of top players from the past and present, delivering the most complete, up-to-date “college-level” course on attacking chess.

Attacking Masterclass With Im Mat Kolosowski

Armed with the new knowledge you will be in control of your games and will make your opponent’s life that much harder!

About the Author:

Mat Kołosowski is an International Master from Poland. He is a multiple Polish youth championship medalist. In 2010 he took 5th place in European U-18 Championship. During the course of his chess career, Mat has won many international tournaments.

Apart from being a player, he is also a chess coach who has experience working with students from more than 20 countries.

He has helped a few of his students obtain their own international titles. Mat has also performed live commentary of Polish and European Rapid and Blitz Championships.

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Running Time

10 hours


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Chapter Outline

Part 1: Attacking the King in the Center
Introduction to the course
Chapter 1 – Don’t let the king escape from the center
Chapter 2 – Open files and diagonals
Chapter 3 – Invite all of your friends to the party
Chapter 4 – Right timing is the key

Part 2: Attacking the Same-Side Castled King
Chapter 5 – Seize the initiative
Chapter 6 – First come first served
Chapter 7 – It’s not the value of the pieces but their number that counts
Chapter 8 – Be creative

Part 3: Attacking the Opposite-Side Castled King
Chapter 9 – Pawn storms are dangerous in closed positions
Chapter 10 – Transition from a closed to an open position
Chapter 11 – Get access to the exposed king at any cost
Chapter 12 – Lack of coordination
Chapter 13 – It’s always easier to attack than to defend
Chapter 14 – Bombard them with sacrifices
Chapter 15 – Bring ALL of your resources

Part 4: Counterattack and Unexpected Attack
Chapter 16 – Don’t be afraid to make concessions
Chapter 17 – It ain’t over till it’s over
Chapter 18 – Evaluation must come along with the calculation
Chapter 19 – Strategic positions may also be rich in tactics