Practical Decision Making – Modern Chess
The Practical Decision Making camp includes all the videos from an online camp as well as the PGN file related to the training sessions. Additionally, the PGN file of GM Grigorov’s lecture Moves of First Necessity is included.
Have you ever had the feeling that despite your hard work something is preventing you from making significant progress? When looking at our games with an engine, we often get the impression that we lost the game just because of one stupid mistake.
Mistakes, however, never happen by accident. Building a solid decision-making process is the only way to sustainable development.
In this camp, the Modern Chess team of grandmasters optimizes your decision-making process.
Besides pure chess knowledge, we are going to discuss the most important practical and psychological aspects. You will get the opportunity to understand how grandmasters take over-the-board decisions.
You get 9 hours of high-level training which will provide you with the following benefits:
✅ Better understanding of how modern engines changed our way of thinking
✅ Improved ability to understand whether to calculate or play by intuition
✅ Better ability to play for a win by creating imbalances
✅ Better feeling of the critical positions
✅ Better understanding of handling equal positions
✅ Optimized risk management
Overall, the material consists of approximately 9 hours of video and a PGN database which includes 110 files!
You will find the following lectures:
How Modern Engines Changed Our Decision Making – GM Davorin Kuljasevic
Intuition vs Calculation – GM Dejan Bojkov
Creating Imbalances – The Best Winning Strategy – GM Grigor Grigorov
Decision Making in Critical Positions – GM Mihail Marin
Playing Equal Positions – Psychological and Practical Aspects – GM Ioannis Papaioannou
Navigate Risk – GM Petar Arnaudov
Q&A Session with GM Grigor Grigorov and GM Petar Arnaudov