Chess Strategy: Improve Your Chess for Club Players with IM Mat Kolosowski
IM Mat Kolosowski reveals an entire training system for chess players who are willing to put time and effort into training, leading to big-time results! This course provides you with advice on how to improve in terms of general chess strategy, tactics, attacking chess, endgames, and more!
Do you feel stuck at the same chess level?
Struggling to improve even by 50 points?
You go through all the tactical drills, memorize opening moves, and the endings… yet your rating does not reflect your effort or ability?
You work twice as hard as some other players, but they end up winning more games.
Does this sound familiar?
If so, this course is definitely for you.
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 some of his students obtain their own international titles. Mat has also performed live commentary of Polish and European Rapid and Blitz Championships.
Is this course for me?
This is not a typical video with the presenter passively going over a dozen of Grandmaster’s games.
You won’t find this here. Because it’s clearly not the most effective way to train.
So… What to expect?
Think of it as a one-on-one, private lesson with IM Kolosowski telling you exactly what you should train, how you should train it and giving you the correct system to follow.
If you are a club player (around 1300-1900 Elo) and want to get better at chess strategy in general, this is made for you!
If you’re slightly weaker or stronger – this will still work great. If you are new to chess or rated way over 2200 Elo, this training is not for you.
Tactics and Calculation
Here is a small taste of what you’ll discover:
-3 super-powerful visualization exercises that’ll help you calculate like a master.
-‘Memorizing Squares’ technique – why this is very important, yet almost no club player ever uses it.
-All must-know endgames, ideas, and endgame training methods that are very effective at the club level.
-The fundamental rules of opening preparation – this is what IM Kolosowski teaches all his private students.
-Developing creativity and finding hidden resources (make sure to include this into your training routine).
-What to do after the opening? (your blueprint to smooth middlegame).
…and this is just the beginning.
If you are ready to get serious about your chess, here is the must-have training for playing at that next level! Let’s jump right in!
Introduction to the Course
Chapter 1 Tactics technique I
Chapter 2 Tactics technique II
Chapter 3 Stepping stones
Chapter 4 Blindfold chess
Chapter 5 Precision & creativity
Chapter 6 Pawn endgames recap
Chapter 7 Pawn endgames – bigger advantage
Chapter 8 Complex pawn endgames
Chapter 9 Minor piece endgames
Chapter 10 Bishop vs Knight endgames
Chapter 11 Theoretical rook endgames
Chapter 12 Rook 2 pawns vs King
Chapter 13 Practical rook endgames
Chapter 14 Queen endgames
Chapter 15 Conversion of advantage
Chapter 16 Attack the king 1
Chapter 17 Attack & simplify
Chapter 18 Attack and Initiative play
Chapter 19 Opening play 1
Chapter 20 Opening play 2
Chapter 21 Opening play 3
Chapter 22 Opening play 4