Master Method Series #12
Chess Improvement Secrets Revealed: The Ginger GM Master Method
Want to realize your actual chess potential but don’t have much time to study? “The Ginger GM” Simon Williams has you covered.
In this comprehensive 15-hour course, Simon reveals the chess improvement secrets and shortcuts that helped him become a GM with a fraction of the time and effort it takes most people.
You’ll learn how to get an opening repertoire that fits your style and become an expert on it, not by memorizing a ton of theory, but by absorbing the key patterns.
Learn when and how to launch an attack from the GM who models his game on Mikhail Tal’s! And piece it together with a positional understanding that allows you to get those great positions in the first place.
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?
There are numerous chess books, chess videos, chess DVDs and chess articles which deal with the topic of chess improvement.
Plenty of strong chess players and authors share their thoughts on effective chess training with the chess world. Still, 90% of all club players read all these articles and watch countless chess videos, but their ELO rating does not improve at all.
The truth is that most free articles only provide a superficial knowledge on the question of how to improve at chess.
They come up with a list of improvement strategies including bullet points like regular chess tactics training, decent opening knowledge and preparation, powerful endgame skills and understanding middlegame structures.
This training course has been specially designed to help you improve your overall chess skills although you don’t have the time to study several hours per day.
GM Simon Wiliams will share with you the secrets and shortcuts that allowed him to reach the Grandmaster level, in much less time than the time and effort it takes most people to accomplish this.
In addition to all this, you will also receive rarely discussed tips on rapid games, accurate calculation, player psychology, and killer endgame instinct.
After completing this awesome course and implementing what you learn in your own games, you will be ready to become one of the most feared competitors around – even if you only have 1 hour/week to study.
Enjoy your ride to improve your chess level!