From Novice to Advanced in 7 days – Mato Jelic

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Chess Improvement Plan: From Novice to Advanced in 7 Days

Chess Improvement Plan: From Novice to Advanced in 7 Days, Mato Jelic

From Novice To Advanced In 7 Days – Mato Jelic

This is the first course from hugely popular chess presenter Mato Jelic who promises to take you from novice to advanced in 7 days!

As a chess improver, it’s essential to become familiar with the most crucial situations you’re likely to encounter at the board.

Mato builds up this “pattern recognition” by examining the most common tactics, checkmate patterns and opening traps in his famed entertaining style.

Once you have this foundation, Mato proceeds to demonstrate some of the most spectacular quick wins in the history of chess.

You’ll be absorbing the very best attacking ideas from legends such as Paul Morphy, Alexander Alekhine, Garry Kasparov, and Bobby Fischer!

These ideas and games are so memorable, you’ll be ready to employ them in your own games whenever the opportunity arises.

About the Author:

Mato Jeli is one of the most popular chess presenters and teachers, who mainly focuses on helping beginners at reaching new heights and advancing at chess. His lessons are simple and effective – and thousands of novices are swarming to them for chess tips.

Mato Jelic is a quiet-spoken chess coach and his style makes it very easy for players of any level to understand what he is explaining and really absorb the knowledge provided.

How is this course going to help me?

With your knowledge built up, Mato shows you how to develop the skills you need for success at the chessboard. You’ll learn how to look at a position, evaluate it, find weaknesses and construct a winning plan.

This is a complete chess improvement plan to help you become stronger in every single aspect of the game.

You’ll discover the unique elements of strong endgame play – a key area for getting the full point in tournaments and one often overlooked by chess students.

Here are some of the most important things you’ll learn with this course:

Essential Checkmates.

Chess Improvement Plan: From Novice to Advanced in 7 Days, Mato JelicThe 12 most common mating patterns explained so simply that you can immediately use them to win your own games!

In the following position, for instance, White is to play and delivers a beautiful checkmate using a mating pattern that’s very well known as the Philidor mate.

The mate goes as follows: 1.Nf7+ Kg8 (If the Rooks captures the knight then the mate comes quicker) 2.Nh6+ Kh8 3.Qg8+ Rxg8 4.Nf7++.

Popular Openings.

A deeper look at the best chess openings with examples from the top masters (for tournament-ready openings play)

Instructive Miniatures.

33 of the most instructive short games in history with examples from Morphy to Kasparov! (the simple ideas in these games will give you an immediate jump in strength)

And much, much more!

Finally, accelerate your improvement with Mato’s top tips for getting better at chess and test your skill with the “killer move” section.

With 8½ hours of brilliant instructive content in this chess improvement plan, From Novice to Advanced in 7 days gives you everything you need to make serious gains in your chess!

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1 review for From Novice to Advanced in 7 days – Mato Jelic

  1. Rated 2 out of 5

    Nathan (verified owner)

    I love watching your videos on YouTube!

    I’m sad to say though, that this video wasn’t edited very well.
    I wanted to watch the Caro-Kann Defense from Chapter 2 (@ ~2:26:00).
    The video is badly edited and doesn’t go over the defense. You can see Mato introduce the defense a few times, then it just jumps to the next chess opening.

    Please fix!

    • ichess

      Dear Nathan,

      Thank you for your interest in our courses, and for your review. This course is aimed at beginner players. That part you mention is about The Caro-Kann Defense, he explains some ideas and games but at a basic level. I am not sure what you mean with your last commentary.

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