Tighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes – IM Danny Rensch



Tighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes – IM Danny RenschTighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes – IM Danny Rensch

Tighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes - IM Danny RenschDanny Rensch is BACK again…this time with 27 more hours of invaluable chess training on how to take advantage of your opponent’s mistakes in order to become a much stronger player!

In the first part of this bundle, IM Danny Rensch tries to apply his “multi-tasking rambling skills” to someone else’s chess games! You will see some of the most common errors that players make repeatedly and learn how to avoid them, and punish your opponents when they make them!

One of the tips that you will hear from top-level players over and over again is that you MUST study your own games.

IM Danny Rensch is here to do some of the hard work for you, as he goes over chess.com member games. He will highlight the most important errors on both sides of the board and provide solutions for improvement.

Danny Rensch is an American International Master, event organizer, and commentator. He holds the Arizona State record for the youngest national master at the age of 14 years old. The National Master title is awarded by the US Chess Federation when a player’s rating surpasses 2200 on the USCF rating system.

Rensch obtained his final IM norm at Susan Polgar’s SPICE CUP tournament, by achieving a draw against then-Grandmaster candidate Ray Robson.

Rensch is best known for his coverage of the GM Blitz Battles. His live shows at chess.com/tv include “Man vs Machine,” “Call of the Wild,” and “Bullet Brawls.”

Is this course for me?

“Tighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes by IM Danny Rensch” has been specifically designed to help you improve your game by looking at the most common mistakes you and your opponent usually make when playing a game.

Ever found yourself asking the following questions? 

What motivated this move?

Was that a blunder?

How deeply did he calculate in this position?

How many candidate moves did she consider?

Chances are you’ve asked some of these questions yourself about a titled player. Now you can find out the answers! This course offers the viewer the rare and valuable opportunity to get into the head of a titled player mid-game!

Join IM Danny Rensch as he records the action and his thoughts.

Here’s part of what you’ll see:

The Five Keys of Technique!

Tighten The Screws in Your Opponents Mistakes – IM Danny RenschAfter a weird move order, an Accelerated Dragon is reached. IM Danny Rensch then converts his initiative into a small material advantage and expects smooth sailing from there on out… But when his opponent finds the best defensive resource (c4), he realizes he will need to work hard to win the game.

That’s when the rant starts! Danny talks about the keys for successfully converting your advantages, and gives away some valuable gems in the process.

Capitalizing On the Initiative!

After a surprisingly poor performance from his high-rated opponent in the first game, Danny gets mixed up in a sharp line of the Hyper-Accelerated Dragon. When an unbalanced material situation arises, he offers advice on the key to converting your initiative into a victory!

A Resourceful Defense

We are faced with the critical decision of what to trade in order to keep the best drawing (or maybe even winning) chances alive…

Does Danny make the right decision after black trades on d1, finding a way to hold on? Or does black’s f-pawn prove to be the difference? Stick around for the post game review and take notes on the importance of “active endgame choices”!

This only a portion of what you’ll enjoy in the 27 hours of high-quality training material that we specifically designed to make you a much better player in every single aspect!

Enjoy this course!

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+27 hours

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