Garry Kasparov's World Championship Secrets!
Garry Kasparov fought in 8 world championship matches between 1985 and 2000, facing 4 very different opponents. How was Garry able to consistently meet the challenges he faced and force his way to victory at the very highest level?
This Saturday (15th October) I am going to reveal some of the secrets of Garry Kasparov’s world championship play in one of the most instructive 1 hour chess lessons of all time!
By analyzing the games Kasparov played against Karpov, Nigel Short and Vishy Anand, I will be unearthing some tactical and strategic gems including:
- Why Kasparov sacrificed a whole Knight just to control a file.
- The simple trick that isolates your opponent’s Rook in the endgame – effectively leaving you a Rook up!
- What Kasparov knew about King safety that allowed him to sac a Bishop, a Rook, a Knight then the other Bishop and force Karpov to resign!
- How Kasparov used Anand’s tactical wizardry against him – with a sneaky counter-blow!
- How Garry made use of specific material imbalances to create and maintain winning chances.
This webinar promises to be one of the most exciting yet with brilliant chess games and a ton of very instructive lessons.
If you’re serious about getting better at chess but don’t have much time to spend on study, our weekly webinars will give you the best return for your time. Real insights, real improvement, every week. And they’re free!