Secrets of Attacking Play

Secrets of Attacking Play

IM TigerLilov
Jun 2, 2016, 7:22 AM |

What do masters do when their opponents seem to have everything protected? Is there a way to take advantage of your rival's passive position? There is and you will learn this and much more in my latest 1-hour YouTube on attacking play - free and exclusive to all my chess followers.

The art of attack in chess involves many skills and making threats is only one of them, the most basic at that.

I am going to show you how top GMs conjure up irresistible attacks, how they force their opponents to crack under pressure and how they convert tension into a different, winning advantage.

You'll learn:

  • The pawn moves Tal used to rip open Bobby Fischer's King's Indian Defense.
  •  Why in-between moves are crucial in sharp positions - and how to spot them.
  •  Anand's technique of switching flanks that floored Anatoly Karpov.
  • Emanuel Lasker's infamous double-Bishop sacrifice.

If you want your attacks to pack more punch, and to enjoy the feeling of winning more games with aggressive combinations, make sure you check out the video below. You'll feel the difference in your very next game.

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

Whether you spend every spare minute on chess or only have 1 hour a week to devote to study, joining these free lessons every Saturday at 12pm EST will reward you greatly.