It’s no secret that to become a strong chess player you need to master multiple important skills. Among those skills, however, one is the key to chess mastery.
Yup, you guessed it right… It’s TACTICS.
If you want to improve at chess and have limited number of hours to invest, putting more time into tacticswill get you the greatest return.
Mastering tactics, as opposed to positional understanding, endgame or the openings, translates to other parts of the game. By learning tactics to a significantly high degree, everything else simply flows from there. Trust me, you will get surprised how easy things become, once you’re proficient at tactics. It becomes much easier coming up with a good plan, calculating endgames, launching a winning attack and so on.
And the most importantly… your RESULTS become better.
You can’t build a great building on a weak foundation. The same principle applies to chess. You can’t become a great player being a weak tactician.
It took GM Davorin Kuljasevic over a decade to develop a special methodology covering both tactics and calculation – ultimately leading to the Tactics Mastery video course.
This course has a very different perspective on improving your tactics. Instead of taking a usual route of solving 1000s of tactical problems, you’ll learn tactics from a more comprehensive angle combining it with strategical motifs. That’s a far more efficient way of studying tactics, because in the actual games tactics and strategy are always interconnected, following one another.
If you ever wanted to learn how to become a world-class tactician and start finding tactics subconsciously on an autopilot here is your real chance!
What this course is about?
GM Kuljasevic provides you with the full arsenal of all the necessary tools, theory and practical exercises for tactical mastery. By applying his specifically developed calculation and pattern recognition models you will be able to identify most common “tactical triggers” and spot tactics almost instantly.
Mastering the “Play Theory” will aid you in avoiding blunders and allowing to calculate deeper and smarter than you ever thought possible. Learning structured ways for board vision and visualization will make sure you’ll find even the most complex combinations.
INTRO – Tactics Introduction
LESSON 1 Four Questions
LESSON 2 Four Questions: The Exercises
LESSON 3 Undefended Pieces and Contact
LESSON 4 Geometry and Exposed King
LESSON 5 Chess Combinations
LESSON 6 Geometry and Exposed King
LESSON 7 Chess Combinations
INTRO II – Calculation Introduction
LESSON 8 Board Vision and Visualization
LESSON 9 Prophylactic Thinking
LESSON 10 Candidate Moves
LESSON 11 Opponent’s Counter Chances
LESSON 12 Deep Calculation and Closing Thoughts
Tactical Mastery with GM Kuljasevic – video course [7 hours]
In this 14-lesson video course we are going to take your tactics to the next level. You will learn the specific and very effective methods that professional chess players use to achieve tactical mastery.
Extra Training Tasks
Set of extra training tasks, which are designed to challenge your tactical and calculation skills after completing the course. Think of it as your final exam. PGNs with solutions are included as well.
Access to Practicum
Train the important tactical and tactical motifs with a set of specifically designed tasks and challenges. Practical part is an important element of the course.
Complete set of PGNs
Downloadable, complete set of PGNs of everything covered so that you can analyze it at your own pace and convenience. A must have treasure chest for any serious player.
Summary of the course [PDF]
Summary of the key points covered in each of the course’s 14 chapters for quick reference and reviewing. Use it as a quick refresher after studying the course or print it and pin it on the wall.
About the Author:
GM Davorin Kuljasevic (FIDE 2591)
GM Davorin Kuljasevic is a Croatian GM, who graduated from Texas Tech University and played in USCL 2007 and 2008 for Dallas Destiny, becoming US champion both years. He is an experienced coach and a winner of many tournaments: Castelfranco Veneto 2014, Split Open 2013, Mitropa Cup 2013 with the team of Croatia, Lubbock Spice Cup Spring 2011, Rijeka Open 2011, etc.