How to Play Chess With Power

How to Play Chess With Power

IM TigerLilov

Getting stuck in a boring position with no attacking chances is a real danger for the competitive player – and it’s easily done. If you’re up against a strong opponent and you take care not to create any weaknesses, you often end up in a balanced position.

But would a Kasparov end up in a position like this? Or, if he did, would he let it stay like that?

Well, this Saturday (24th September) I am going to show you how to play chess with power by injecting dynamic energy into every move, every strategy.

If you want to follow the lecture attentively, you should maximize the broadcast window by clicking at the lecture title on top.

This free chess training is all about creating winning chances. You’re going to learn a ton of point-winning skills including:

  • How to coordinate your pieces so you deny your opponent any activity then overwhelm them with your attack.
  • How to pinpoint your opponent’s real weak point (this isn’t always the obvious one. We’re looking for the point which, when destroyed, leads to the collapse of their entire game).
  • How GMs assess sacrifices (a Knight sac to give mate in 2 is fairly easy, but what about sacrifices that take 10-15 moves to play out and recoup the material?)
  • Step-by-step thinking methods to find the strongest move in a sharp position.

This free webinar will teach you how to take control of your games and play chess with power.

Click here just before noon EST on Saturday to join the webinar.

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!