Chess Strategy: Master the Chess Middlegame with GM Igor Smirnov
Many players don’t know anything about chess strategy. In the opening stage, one needs to develop one’s pieces, but after that, it’s much harder to find the right moves.
There are many tutorials that cover different strategic and tactical motifs in chess, but there’s no single and clear guide. Our new course is designed to provide you with such a guide.
This course is designed mainly for students at a 1500-2000 rating level. However, it will still be useful for higher rated students as well.
For students of a lower rating, I would advise starting with “The Grandmaster’s Secrets” or “The Grandmaster’s Positional Understanding” course.
About the Author:
Igor Smirnov is an International Grandmaster from Ukraine.
He is also a chess coach and holds a Master’s degree in Psychology.
GM Smirnov has developed numerous chess lessons, articles, webinars and training courses, including the famous courses that have helped many players of all levels improve their chess skills.
How is this course going to help me?
This course is perfect for beginner to intermediate level chess players who want to improve their overall skills in chess middlegame, those who want to get that MASSIVE increase in rating points.
By the end of this course, the gap in middlegame knowledge between you and your opponents will become so huge that it will be really difficult for them to compete with you.
You will have a much clearer understanding of middlegame play after studying this course. You will be able to apply this knowledge right away after you have finished studying this course.
Here are some of the key concepts covered in this course:
- The Single Most Important Middlegame Rule
- Evergreen Middlegame strategy
- Isolated pawns
- The main middlegame plan unknown to amateur players
- What you will do when you cannot attack?
- Doubled pawns
- When and how to move your pawns
- Majority attack
Many of your questions about Chess Strategy will be answered
- What should I attack?
- What should be my target in the middlegame?
- What can I attack in my opponent’s territory?
- How to make my army stronger than my opponent’s?
- How to play against double pawn?
- How to play with or against Isolated pawns?
I strongly believe that knowledge that you can’t apply practically is not just useless but actually harmful. Unfortunately, this problem is typical of many chess books.
In the course “Winning the Middlegame” you will find only practical recommendations. You will also know what and exactly how you should do to use these principles in your tournament games.
The practical part of the course will help you to practice the course’s ideas and to get appropriate practical skills. Thus you will improve your chess skills and will start winning more games right after a study of the course.
GM Smirnovs’ Guarantee:
Buy the course “Winning the Middlegame” now and study it seriously. If you do not realize (after the study of the course) how to apply the course’s skills, which I explained and if you do not make any progress – then I will refund you 100% of the price.
Lesson-1: The Single Most Important Middlegame Rule
Lesson-2: What you will do when you cannot attack?
Lesson-3: Evergreen Middlegame strategy
Lesson-4: Doubled pawns
Lesson-5: Isolated pawns
Lesson-6: When and how to move your pawns
Lesson-7: The main middlegame plan unknown to amateur players
Lesson-8: Majority attack
The practical guide for action