Spicy Attacking Chess: GingerGM Spicy Collection
Is it time for you to spice up your attacks in chess?
How about playing attacking chess like Mikhail Tal, one of the most ferocious chess players in history?
GM Simon Williams shows you how with this fun and educational lesson on his favorite chess player of all time. Learn the secret to conjuring fierce attacks over the board and you too can play like “the magician of Riga.”
About the Author:
GM Simon Williams (aka Ginger GM) is an English chess grandmaster, author, and commentator.
He obtained the Grandmaster title 2008, by accomplishing the final norm at the Hastings International Chess Congress 2005/2006 and the 2500+ rating at Hastings 2007/2008.
His highest rating so far is 2550, achieved in November 2009. In 2009, he organized the Big Slick International in Purley, London, which comprised an invitational GM tournament and FIDE Rated Open.
- In 2003, he finished second at the British Chess Championship.
- In 2005, he won the British Blitz Championship.
- In 2009, he finished second at the British Chess Championship.
- In 2009, Williams finished equal first at the Southend Chess Congress all-play-all tournament.
- He was the joint winner with Gawain Jones of the London Chess Classic FIDE Rated Open in December 2010, with a rating performance of 2690
Is this course for me?
If you’d like to improve your attacking chess skills then this is right for you.
The GingerGM, Simon Williams, will show you how precious timing can be in an opposite side castling position. The material might as well be forgotten, as it is all about who wins the race.
In this 20-hour course, you’ll be able to watch the analysis of some exciting master games from all-time legends like Bobby Fischer and Mihail Botvinnik, as well as games from more recent stars such as Hikaru Nakamura and Wei Yi.
GM Simon Williams will walk you through some of the most common mistakes the club players make and will also tell you who to overcome those type of mistakes in a 3 part series of videos, also included in this package.
According to our PGN program, GM Mikhail Tal used to play his own variation in the Modern Defense! Which begs the question: What came first, the move or the man? Either way, the uncompromising “rock and roll” lifestyle also included fascinating attacking chess.
Today his game will be served to you with a side of Ginger. Not spicy enough for you? How about we add in some sacrifices on f7 and forced mates?
Now we’re cooking!
Enjoy this awesome lesson!