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Add Interactive Chess Course to your cart! Interactive Chess Course


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Our Chess Course is designed to be interesting and enjoyable, yet comprehensive enough to gently coax your game to the next level. One of the experienced chess trainers at chessaid.com will be your personal assistant, monitoring your progress and always available to explain chess methods, strategies and tactics.

You'll find that we cover all aspects of a chess game so you don't need to look anywhere else for them. Each section contains a variety of chess issues, which makes the Course a source of complete chess knowledge.


Chess Course Structure
Chapter 1

Opening

Principles of openings play.

Middlegame

a) Value of pieces.
b) Elements of strategy and tactics - material achievments.

Endgame

Basic mating techniques
Chapter 2

Opening

a) Classification of the Openings.
b) Italian Game.

Middlegame

Combinations.

Endgame

King and pawn against king.
Chapter 3

Opening

Ruy Lopez.

Middlegame

Plan of the game.

Endgame

a) Endgames K+Q vs. K+P.
b) Simple pawn endings.
Chapter 4

Opening

Scotch Game.

Middlegame

King in the center.

Endgame

a) Pawn endgames – Pawn breakthrough.
b) Endgames - K+R vs. K+P.
Chapter 5

Opening

Two Knights Defense.

Middlegame

a) Discovered check.
b) Windmill.
c) Double check.

Endgame

Drawing positions despite a large material deficit.
Chapter 6

Opening

Four Knights Opening.

Middlegame

Open files.

Endgame

Endgames K+R+P vs. K+R.
Chapter 7

Opening

Petroff Defense.

Middlegame

Occupying 7th (2nd) rank.

Endgame

a) Rook and rook pawn on the next to last rank against rook.
b) Reti’s maneuver in pawn endgames
Chapter 8

Opening

Vienna Game.

Middlegame

a) Tactics - deflection.
b) The Greatest Chess Players (1) - Francois Philidor.

Endgame

Endgame - K+N vs. K+P.
Chapter 9

Opening

Philidor Defense.

Middlegame

Attacking the short castled King position.

Endgame

a) More about the opposition.
b) The key squares.
Chapter 10

Opening

Kings Gambit.

Middlegame

The Greatest Chess Players (2) - Adolf Anderssen.

Endgame

K+B+P vs. K + B
Chapter 11

Opening

Scandinavian Defense.

Middlegame

The pin.

Endgame

Rook and a flank pawn on 6th (3rd) rank against the rook.
Chapter 12

Opening

Caro-Kann Defense.

Middlegame

The Greatest Chess Players (3) - Paul Morphy.

Endgame

Active king.
Chapter 13

Opening

Queen's Gambit.

Middlegame

Traps.

Endgame

Realization of advantage..
Chapter 14

Opening

Kings Indian Defense.

Middlegame

Defense and counterattack.

Endgame

Bishop against knight.
Chapter 15

Opening

Nimzo-Indian Defense.

Middlegame

Weak squares.

Endgame

Complicated endgames.
Sample Lesson

Opening

Evans Gambit.

Middlegame

Importance of the center.

Endgame

Pawn breakthrough.

Extras

Bio's of GM Marcin Kaminski and GM Pawel Blehm.

Please, check out the free sample lessons ** which include:

  •   Profiles of Authors
  •   Opening Section Example
  •   Middlegame Section Example
  •   Endgame Section Example
  •   Section Exercises Example

**Require Chessbase, Fritz, or free ChessBase Light available to download here.

Developed by GM M. Kaminski and GM P. Blehm.

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