Webinar 122. Dynamic Aspects of a Chess Game

Webinar 122. Dynamic Aspects of a Chess Game

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Dear Chess Friends!

I’m sure most of you know a lot of strategical details of how to develop pieces, which pieces to keep on the board and which to exchange, how to set your pawns to get a perfect pawn structure and at the same time create weaknesses into the enemy camp. All these factors are important in a long-term play, they define your future plan and offer a static advantage which later can be transposed to something else, for example, material advantage and let you end up with a winning position.

But what about dynamic characteristics of a position? Well, in my opinion, they are even more important than static ones. For example, who cares about doubled pawns on the queenside if there is a strong kingside attack?! What does dynamic mean in chess? It is an ability of pieces and pawns to do something that may either improve your position or worsen your opponent’s one. For example, an ability to coordinate pieces into the attack or an ability to move the pawns to promote or just to get the control over certain important squares. Anyway, it’s a very complicated topic, which every chess player must learn. And, of course, it’s better to learn it on practice.

I’m going to reveal what dynamic means, how to take the advantage of dynamic factors of your position and succeed in a chess game even if you think, your position is strategically lost. So, I’m glad to invite you to my next 122nd webinar “Dynamic Aspects of a Chess Game”, where you will learn about dynamic in chess by the examples of real games.

The webinar starts on Sunday (24th of April) at 10 a.m. (EDT), 2 p.m. (GMT), 5 p.m. (Moscow time). This webinar is free. 

Please, join for the webinar on my Twitch or YouTube channels:
and improve your chess performance!

See you at the webinar!

FM Victor Neustroev