Online training camp 2021

Online training camp 2021

IM mat_kolosowski | 10 dec. 2020
Hi everyone! I'm pretty sure most of you noticed that my activity recently shifted to Twitch YouTube and writing articles.  However, I'm excited to announce that next year I will be involved in an online training camp - a unique opportunity to meet other chess players and get some quality training. Below you can find the most important details. Honestly, I'm thrilled to be a part of such a strong coaching squad and I hope to see you there! 😀 The camp starts on 10 January 2021. The sess...
Comeback

Comeback

IM mat_kolosowski | 18 jan. 2016
Hi guys! I've been away for a really long long time. While I was away I've been playing and teaching chess. To compensate this I've decided to post my new games and/or puzzles taken out of them. Since I've been playing quite a lot lately I think there's lots of positions I'd like to share with you. I hope you will like this series. I'm sorry you had to wait so long for news :(
Learn from the classics - analyzed #4

Learn from the classics - analyzed #4

IM mat_kolosowski | 29 mei 2015
Do you like attacking? Everyone does but not everyone knows how to do it. Well...Garry knew.
Learn from the classics - analyzed #3

Learn from the classics - analyzed #3

IM mat_kolosowski | 29 mei 2015
I really like the following game because it's a great demonstration of unforcing thinking and the relative value of pieces. Garry the Magnificent!
Testing testing - 1..2..3 - #2

Testing testing - 1..2..3 - #2

IM mat_kolosowski | 27 mei 2015
How about taking another tiny little test?  1.  2.  3. 4. 5.
Learn from the classics - analyzed #2

Learn from the classics - analyzed #2

IM mat_kolosowski | 26 mei 2015
Another classical game from the Bobby the Greatest. It perfectly depicts the power of bishops in an open position. Follow the way Fischer broke the symmetry of the position with his powerful play.
Testing testing - 1..2..3 - #1

Testing testing - 1..2..3 - #1

IM mat_kolosowski | 26 mei 2015
Theory is nice but chess is all about making choices and practical decisions. How good are you? Take a test and find it out on your own. There are no marks, just enjoy a few tactics :) 1.  2. 3.