The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo in 2 Years

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The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo In 2 Years

The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo in 2 Years

The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo In 2 YearsIf you’ve been struggling with your chess development, GM Mesgen Amanov brings to you an intensive chess training program that will accelerate your growth by improving all areas of your chess understanding.

This exclusive program will teach you exactly what to work on and how to apply it to your game in order to move from chess beginner to expert in 12 months, and reach the strength of 2200 Elo player in 2 years.

The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide is divided into two parts to help you absorb the knowledge in the best way possible:

Improve your overall Chess Understanding

Before you learn any opening, middlegame, or endgame you need to learn the most important chess concepts – The Process of Thinking. In fact, in this full chess training program, GM Amanov dedicates the entire first month to this concept.

After that, you will learn all the fundamentals of positional understanding in chess.

Step-by-step you will see your middlegame, endgame and all-around game skills improve, leading to an inevitable, significant increase to your overall chess skills and Elo rating.

Become an Opening Expert in 12 Months

If you are serious about your opening preparation, you probably think that you need to devote a lot of time to study your lines thoroughly, so that you can memorize them very well.

What if I told you that you really don’t need to memorize every single line of the chess openings you like to play, but rather focus on understanding the ideas behind the moves?

GM Mesgen Amanov will show you how to obtain a perfect understanding of chess openings without the need to memorize very long opening lines.

You will know exactly what to do in the opening stage without needing to memorize long variations.

GM Mesgen will make sure you understand all the ideas behind every opening that he recommends.

About the Author:

Mesgen Amanov is a chess grandmaster from Turkmenistan. He is currently the highest rated player in his country and so far he has represented Turkmenistan in 4 Chess Olympiads.

Grandmaster Mesgen Amanov has been a professional chess player and coach for more than 12 years. Over that time, he has been able to help hundreds of students significantly improve their chess. Many of them have been able to move from chess beginners to experts and masters.

Through his own coaching experience and while working with other top Grandmasters, GM Amanov has developed a Super Pack of chess lessons that represents an optimal program to help you improve your chess skills very quickly.

How is this course going to help me?

The first part of this Grandmaster Chess Training Guide contains a complete 1-year chess training program, a total of 60 exclusive video chess lessons designed to help you find the right answers at the board and also to ask the right questions.

GM Mesgen Amanov will show you that most mistakes at the board occur because we are focusing on the wrong things. This course sets out to correct that by revealing what’s really going on in each position.

Each one of the 4 volumes in this 1-year program contains the following:

The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo In 2 Years
GM Mesgen Amanov’s 1 Year Program

GM Mesgen Amanov’s uniquely structured training which speeds up the process of absorbing new material, remembering it and being ready to apply it every time.

12 exclusive video lessons shot in the form of a one-on-one lesson with GM Amanov as he reveals what you need to know to play well in each type of position (these videos have a $600 value)

3 bonus video lessons ($75 value) adding depth to your understanding.

Tournament Guidance

Full Support: Contact GM Mesgen personally any time.

In the chess openings master guide, the second part of the Grandmasters Chess Training Guide, GM Amanov will fully prepare you on the most common openings you’ll find in tournament play from the intermediate level to master level.

Because of his 15 years of training and coaching experience, GM Amanov knows exactly how to deliver the knowledge to you in a way that you will understand and absorb.

Here’s what he covers in the Opening Master Guide:

The Complete 1.d4 Opening Repertoire

The Grandmasters Chess Training Guide: Reaching 2200 Elo In 2 Years
Amanov’s Ches Opening Master Guide

GM Mesgen Amanov dedicated 3 months to record a complete 1.d4 chess opening repertoire for White using all the knowledge from his lifetime professional chess career.

In this course, he will share with you all the secrets and novelties that he has discovered, and the best up to date opening preparation.

Chess Opening Repertoire For Black:  1…c5 Sicilian Defense

GM Mesgen Amanov recommends 1… c5 as the best defense for Black against 1.e4, that’s the reason why he has released the most up to date chess opening guide for Black based on the Sicilian Defense.

By playing the Sicilian Defense you’re actually not trying to equalize, but rather obtain the initiative from the very beginning of the game. GM Amanov recommends the Najdorf variation since this was a favorite of many strong players such as Kasparov and Fischer.

1…d5 – Complete Chess Opening Repertoire For Black Against 1.d4

GM Amanov’s teaching method is to make sure that you have a true understanding all the openings positions, and not just blindly memorize many complicated lines.

The main weapons recommended by Mesgen against 1.d4 are the Slav and Semi-Slav Defense, but he will also show you how to play against the Torre Attack, The London System, and the Colle System.

1.d4 – Additional Openings

Learn How To Play Against:
  – Dutch Defense
  – Queen’s Gambit Accepted
  – Chigorin Defense
  – Tarrasch Defense
  – Albin Counter Gambit
BONUS: PGN Files for All Openings Included

Upon completion of the Grandmasters Chess Training Guide, you will have a real understanding of chess strategy and positional play, and true knowledge of your openings.

You will be prepared to play against any opponents that are rated about 200 Elo points above you and obtain comfortable positions from the opening and outplay them in the middlegame.

Enjoy this course!

Chapter Outline

Content Outline:

Part 1 – From Beginner to Expert in 1 Year

Volume 1 (15 Lessons)

  • Month 1: The Process of Thinking
  • Month 2: Positional Understanding
  • Month 3: Invisible Moves

Volume 2 (15 Lessons)

  • Month 4: Late Middlegame and Endgame
  • Month 5: Must Know Fundamentals
  • Month 6: Mix of Elements

Volume 3 (15 Lessons)

  • Month 7: Exchanging
  • Month 8: Interrelation of Pieces
  • Month 9: Modern Instructional Games

Volume 4 (15 Lessons)

  • Month 10: Thinking Methods
  • Month 11: Evaluation and Planning
  • Month 12: Recognizing Opportunities

Part 2 – Chess Opening Master Guide

The Complete 1.d4 Opening Repertoire

MODULE 1: 1.d4 Against QGD and Nimzo
  – Queen’s Gambit Declined  – Exchange Variation
  – Triangle System – Marshall Gambit
  – Queen’s Gambit Declined – 3…Be7 Variation
  – Nimzo-Indian Defense  – 4.Qc2 Classical Variation
MODULE 2: 1.d4 Against Slav and Semi-Slav
  – Slav Defense  – Main Line
  – Semi-Slav Defense  – Cambridge-Springs Variation
  – Semi-Slav Defense – Anti-Moscow Variation
  – Semi-Slav Defense – Botvinnik Variation
  – Slav Defense  – Chebanenko Variation
  – Slav Defense – Sideline 10…Be7 of Botvinnik
MODULE 3: 1.d4 Against KID, Grunfeld,  Benoni, Benko, Budapest 
  – King’s Indian Defense – Fianchetto Variation
  – King’s Indian Defense  – Fianchetto 6…Nbd7
  – Grunfeld Defense  – Fianchetto Variation
  – Benoni Defense  – Modern Benoni 7.Bf4
  – Grunfeld – Solid 3…c6 or 4…c6
  – Benko Gambit – 12.a4
  – Budapest Gambit – 3…Ng4
  – Budapest Gambit – Fajarowicz 3…Ne4
BONUS: PGN Files for All Openings Included

Opening Repertoire For Black:  1…c5 Sicilian Defense

MODULE 1: Sicilian – Najdorf (Main Lines)
  – Najdorf Main Line – 6.Bg5
  – Najdorf English Attack – 6.Be3 or 6.f3
  – Najdorf Classical Variation – 6.Be2
  – Najdorf Sozin Attack – 6.Bc4
MODULE 2: Najdorf (Sidelines) and Deviations
  – Najdorf Adams Variation – 6.h3
  – Najdorf Amsterdam Variation – 6.f4
  – Najdorf – 6.g3 Variation
  – Najdorf – 6.a4 Variation
  – Chekhover Variation – 4.Qxd4
  – Moscow Variation – 3.Bb5+
  – 3.c3 Variation
MODULE 3: Anti-Sicilians
  – Grand-Prix Attack – 2.Nc3
  – Alapin Variation – 2.c3
  – Closed Sicilian
  – Smith-Morra Gambit
  – Wing Gambit – 2.b4
  – McDonnell Attack – 2.f4
  – Snyder Variation – 3.b3
BONUS: PGN Files for All Openings Included

1…d5 – Complete Opening  Repertoire For Black Against 1.d4

MODULE 1: Semi-Slav Defense
  – Botvinnik Variation – Part 1
  – Botvinnik Variation – Part 2
  – Anti-Botvinnik – 6.a4
  – Meran Variation – Part 1
  – Meran Variation – Part 2
MODULE 2: Semi-Slav and Slav Defenses
  – 5.cxd5 Transposition to QGD
  – 5.Qb3 Variation and 5.Qd3 Variation
  – 5.g3 Catalan Approach
  – 4.e3 – Bf5 Variation
  – 4.Qc2 Variation
MODULE 3: Slav, London, Torre, Colle
  – Slav – Exchange Variation – Main Line
  – Slav – Exchange Variation – Modern Line
  – Against London System
  – Against Torre Attack
  – Against Colle System
BONUS: PGN Files for All Openings Included

1.d4 – Additional Openings

Learn How To Play Against:
  – Dutch Defense
  – Queen’s Gambit Accepted
  – Chigorin Defense
  – Tarrasch Defense
  – Albin Counter Gambit
BONUS: PGN Files for All Openings Included