New Mastery Course: Using Time In Chess
Time is on our side; yes, it is!

New Mastery Course: Using Time In Chess

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Do you find that you sometimes miss opportunities to punish your opponent when leading in development?

This week we are proud to release our new Mastery course, Using Time In Chess by GM Simon Williams. 

GM Williams shows you how to smell opportunity knocking and take the pawn by the horns. Learn how to speed up the game and punish your opponents for their incautious play!

GM Simon Williams, Chess TempoCourse Outline

This course features four lessons dissecting different aspects of tempo it use. While GM Williams intended the course to be completed in the following order, users can complete lessons in any order they choose.

A Favorite Puzzle

Every lesson features both a video and five challenge questions to help you test yourself on how well you retained some of of the core points and positions in the video. Test yourself with one of our favorite challenges from this course. Here's Peter Svidler winning an excellent game against a young Magnus Carlsen. How could he  have concluded the game (had he selected this variation) beautifully and incisively?


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Every week, we are releasing multiple new lessons in Chess.com/lessons, and we want to make sure interested users know about some of the great new content coming out. For those who haven't tried lessons yet, they are interactive learning content featuring both short videos and challenging questions on a wide variety of topics from openings to endgames, tactics and strategy, master games and much more!

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