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Online Training "Understanding"

  Online Training "Understanding"

This training is based on courses “Understanding.Evaluation” and “Understanding.Plan”.

Each training will consist of 2 days. First day I will tell main points, show many examples, you will solve most of them. After this you will get homework with tasks for solving. Second day we will check all tasks from homework. And of course you will get all these materials about evaluation and plan.

 

Program

January, 3

Evaluation. Day, 1

How to evaluate position, main points, solving, getting homework

January, 4

Plan. Day, 1

How to make plan, main points, solving, getting homework

January, 8

 Evaluation. Day, 2

Checking of homework.

January, 9

Plan, Day, 2

Checking of homework.

 

Duration of each day is about 2 hours.

Homework of “Evaluation” takes about 3-4 hours.

Homework of “Plan” takes about 5-6 hours.

 

What level is required for the training? This training is for players with rating 1500+ (USCF),1500+ (FIDE).

 

Date and Time

“Evaluation” - January, 3, 8.

“Plan” – January, 4, 9.

Time: 7 p.m. Moscow time (GMT+4) (10 a.m. New-York time; 3 p.m. London time)

P.s. Check you time zone here http://www.timeanddate.com/worldclock/

  

Place

Training will be held on www.wiziq.com. It’s one of the best educational servers.

You do not need to register there. You do not need any additional software.

You will get direct link to virtual class room.

www.wiziq.com/sportchess

 

Price

Evaluation training – 29$

Plan training – 39$

Participation in both trainings Evaluation&Plan - 55$

Here is a link for payment http://www.chess.com/coach/rakhmanator

 

If you have any questions,here is my email sportchess@gmail.com

Comments


  • 2 years ago

    davidlee

    Do you plan on repeating this coaching / training program again in the future.

    David

  • 2 years ago

    FerociousResolve

    Loved every minute of it, thank you. I will spend the next month (more if needed) going over the material to make sure it is locked in. Two books are now screaming at me to be read: Kotov's book on thinking and Dvoretsky's book on positional play. I am leaning toward Kotov but Dvoretsky has some nice practical positions to solve and also to play out. Any suggestions, or am I pushing the friendship? C:

  • 2 years ago

    DebianUSER

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  • 2 years ago

    FerociousResolve

    Thank you. Time zone is fine, coach. I am willing to suffer for my chess. C:

  • 2 years ago

    GM Rakhmanator

    Hello.Hm, didn't think about this time zone, I will consider it for next timeSmile

    No problem, you don't need a microphone, just need any device to hear the sound.

  • 2 years ago

    FerociousResolve

    Hello, I am very interested yet I don't have a microphone on this computer and am wondering if this would be an issue (Please excuse my ignorance here. I simply have no experience with that type of learning environment).

    We are GMT+11 here at the moment which means that this will be a 2am course for me, but this is fine. Coffee in hand, I will be awake at any time there is something for me to learn.

    Shane.

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