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2020 World KO Engines Champs Rd 3 Draw...

Tourney update 9-28-20…As of today round #3 is around 70% complete….quite a few suprises in a Complex round #2…Strength and depth of search rule in rounds 2 and 3.. LCO’s “positional only approach vs tactics and depth of search approach favored by Stockfish and the other A-B search engines falls flat…at present most of the LC0 engines are OUT of the KO tourney…LC0 is becoming a important factor in the discussion (CPU) and is very much improved over last years versions….Human Engine continues to make big noise along with Paris Brain Learn CoreChess and the NN chess engines….S_Xpro NN is playing extremely strong Chess along with RaubFisch and Eman…Quite a few SF Dev engines are moving thru to Draw…Big Troubles for the Honey and Black Diamond and Bluefish engines..Komodo is doing Ok but is having difficulty defeating the Higher end SF versions or clones…Houdini seems incapable of defeating High Level Stockfish Engines or Clones also…Ethereal shows promise but is having some issues managing time controls..Andscacs has the depth but may not be aggressive enough to take advantage fully in these high end matches.. Fritz 17 is playing quite well and the Last Rybka in the tourney is Rybka Cluster 5…Heron Impossible had a nice run in the tourney along with a few of the Early Komodo Editions which I find pleasantly surprising…Komodo 4… Komodo 5 and Komodo 2 and Komodo 1.3b JA having impressive runs..Keyvan is a current sensation in the tourney…deep and strong…Sugar v1.6.1 and ICCF Pro are making serious noise at present .. ASMFish PedantFish and Mfish are causing troubles for many engines in the tourney…Thinkfishes (3 versions) are making serious noise currently in the tourney..Most McCain engines still holding strongly at present..Deep Synapse (2 versions) is Holding Strong at present…Brainfish still solid as usual…Brainlearn Is a Major Player...Everything is at stake and the eventual winner is not currently clear…Stay tuned… Smile Wink


pgn games file mediafire.com file/iii0bxvnf0gay4i/file

2020 World KO Engines Champs

Round #3 Draw---------

McCain X1 0.0
ANOA 1.45 x64 0.0

CChess_1.1 230417 x64 0.0
DON 170615 x64-POP-LP 0.0



Stockfish 311014 64(Shark) 0.0
Stockfish 130120 64(Visvez) 0.0

Fat Fritz (in lc0) x64 (Blas) 0.0
Komodo 11.01 64-bit 0.0



Stockfish 010319 64(Ivec) 0.0
Pariss V1 0.0

HumanEngineB151119 64-G 0.0
SANJIB V1 64 0.0



iCE 3.0 v658 x64 0.0
Deep Junior 13.3 0.0

Stockfish 120520 64 (Jellou) 0.0
Cfish 110319 64. 0.0



CorChess 6.0 140620 64. 0.0
Stockfish 250118 64(Kaissa) 0.0

Smaug 2.2.1 0.0
Stockfish 150620 64 (Xoto) 0.0



Aristides 1.1 64 720gcc (std) 0.0
CroChess 1.02 SSG 64 0.0

Stockfish 060620 64. 0.0
Stockfish 2018-11-29 64Multi- 0.0



Deep Fritz 13 0.0
rofChade 2.202 NOP 0.0

Stockfish 09-02-2020 x64 0.0
SamirIV 64 Bit 64 0.0





Deep Synapse RZ6.5 64bit 0.0
Crafty 25.2 (ECO) 0.0

Ethereal 10.00 0.0
Sf_LMR080717MZ 64-TC 0.0



Stockfish Polyglot 180320 64 0.0
DamirsPositionalPlayer04 0.0

Stockfish 7 64 0.0
Vitruvius 0.82b 0.0



Eman 5.60 64-bit (2bks) 0.0
Komodo 10.1 64-bit 0.0

SugaR XPrO 1.5.2 64 0.0
ShashChess Pro 1.0 64-P 0.0





CiChess 2.4a 030718 x64 0.0
Stockfish 020520 64 (Xu) 0.0
Death 1
LousChess 210420 64-X 0.0
Matrix C4 x64Bit 0.0



SugaR-NN 061119 64 0.0
Lc0 v0.25.1+git.691777 . 0.0

SF NNUE v7 64. 0.0
Andscacs 0.95n. 0.0



BetaFish 1.2.1 64 0.0
Al Qahtani X3 64. 0.0

Shredder Classic 5 x64 0.0
PlayFish 041119 64 0.0



StockfishTS 201015 64 0.0
Raubfisch X42d3 x64aa 0.0

ShashChess 111219 64 NNC 0.0 Death2
MZfish 080119 64. 0.0



S_XPro-NN 150120. 0.0
Texel 1.08a5 0.0

Toltec Klasman Base . 0.0
CorChess 5.0 040120 64. 0.0



DamirsDeepRybkaKiller77 0.0
Stockfish SSE 110916 0.0

Komodo64 2.01 64 bit-x 0.0
Stockfish Polyglot 11 64 0.0



Moonfish-NN 111119 64. 0.0
Cfish 8 64 POPCNT(Goby) 0.0

Laser 1.7 0.0
Robodini 1.1 x64 0.0



Houdini 4 x64 0.0
Fairy-Stockfish 10.3 64a 0.0

Stockfish 201013 (Eval) x32 0.0 Death#3
S_XPro-NN 1.0 64 (1Bk) 0.0




asmFishW_2016-10-04_base 0.0
S_MCTSL 220319 32. 0.0

Smackfish VE.07az 0.0
Stockfish 050116 64(Orka) 0.0





SugaR-NN 310719 64 0.0
Gull 3 x64 0.0

Stockfish 140520 64(Pro-x) 0.0 Death#4
Shredder 13 x64 UCI 0.0




Xiphos 0.5 NO-POPCNT. 0.0
Betafish 1.0 64 (orig) 0.0

Heron impossible 311014 64 0.0
BrainLearn 6.0 64 (sb) 0.0




MishasSwooper06 0.0
Schooner 2.1 NON-POPCNT 0.0

ThinksFish 1.03a 32-bit 0.0
RubiChess 1.7.1 Oldcpu. 0.0




Stockfish 040320 64(Proton) 0.0
DeepFishMZ v3.0 64 P 0.0

Houdidit 6.03 Pro x64-B 0.0
BrainLearn 5.2 X 64-bitxx 0.0



MateFinder 021218 64 0.0
StaticFish 130914IPx 64 0.0

Crystal-NN 071119 64. 0.0
ThinksFish 1.02 32-bit (BB) 0.0



Crystal 080420 64. 0.0
SugaR 1.6.1 64(MCTS) 0.0

pedantFishW_2017-05-02 . 0.0
SF Mate Finder+ 64XXT 0.0



Black Diamond XR7 0.0
Houdidit 6.03 Pro x64-A 0.0


Raubfisch GTZ21d1 (3bks) 0.0
Stockfish 270220 64(Moez) 0.0



Nayeem 10.0 64 0.0
Houdini x64 1_CPU 0.0

Houdidit 6.03 Pro x64 CT 0.0
A-SubZero1 5.0 (XX) 0.0



BrainLearn 030619 64+B 0.0
Bluefish XI-r1 0.0
Death #5
Ultron 5.0 0.0
ThinksFish 1.0.1 32-bit(ECO) 0.0



asmFishW_10_base_mfxx 0.0
Komodo 14.1.1 64-bit 0.0

AhoK Ver 1.0 X64. 0.0
McCain X4 0.0




Honey XI-r2 x64 (2bks) 0.0
Stockfish 050319 64(SFGD) 0.0 Death#6

Crafty 25.3B (2019) x64 0.0
mFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0



HekaStockfish 160320 64a 0.0
Hannibal 1.7 x64. 0.0

CyberNez 1.0 x64. 0.0
Scorpio 2.89 (MonteCarlo) 0.0



Eman 5.62 64-bit (bks) 0.0
Szint GM Kasparov 0.0

Houdini 6 Pro x64 0.0
Stockfish 11 64. 0.0


===============================BOTTOM HALF======================================


CorChess 5.1 050320 64 0.0
Komodo 13.3 64-bit (MCTS) 0.0

Ethereal 11.25. 0.0
Fire 6.1 x64 0.0



Raubfisch X42d2. x64 (2bks) 0.0
Matrix B3 x64. 0.0

Fritz 17 x64 (No popcount) 0.0
Rybka 5 Cluster . 0.0





Cfish 300417 64(Goby) 0.0
Honey X5i x64 0.0

ExtendFish 64 0.0
Gull II x64 JA 0.0




Fire 1.4 xTreme G x64 0.0
ShashChess 6.2.4 64 MCTS 0.0

Stockfish 020316 64(Snicolet) 0.0 Death#7
Brainfish 090218 64 (ECO) 0.0



asmFishW_2018-07-24_base 0.0
Pedone 2.0 x64 (sb) 0.0

Crafty 25.6 Tactics w64 0.0
Fire 5 x64 0.0



Houdini 5.01 Pro x64 0.0
asmFishW_2018-01-22_base 0.0

SugaR v5.4b 64-bit. 0.0 Death#8
Tiger SF 170620 (4bks) T 0.0




Moonfish 130320 64 0.0
Wasp 3.75 x64 0.0

Komodo 5.1r1 64-bit . 0.0
Gull x64 (syzygy) 0.0



CorChess-NN 111119 64 0.0
McBrain 2017 v1.1 64. 0.0

Bouquet 1.8 x64 0.0
Stockfish XR7 FD 0.0



Bluefish XR7 FD 0.0
Mars T34 090545 x64. 0.0 Death#9

Raubfisch GTZ21d3 x64cc 0.0
Crystal-Honey X5i+B 0.0



CfishR 280819 x64 (Mingw) 0.0
Symphysodon 220517 64. 0.0

Komodo64 no-sse Version 4 0.0
Fire 2.2 xTreme TrIII x32 0.0



Critter 1.6a 64-bit. 0.0
Toltec 180916 x64 0.0

Heron impossible 231113 X64 0.0
Keyvan 2708 . 0.0



BrainLearn 7 64 (2bks) 0.0
Deep Synapse RZ8.0 64bit. 0.0

Gull R375 x64 0.0
Gull.3.1_JVx64a 0.0



Scorpio 3.07 NN wb 0.0
DeepSaros 4.1.2. 0.0

ChessBrainVB v3.72 0.0
PeperZen1 090819 64 0.0



Stockfish 280919 64(BlueF) 0.0
S_XPrO 161018 64 0.0

SF240520MZ 32 (2bks) 0.0
asmFishW_2019-03-11_base 0.0



ICCF PrO 1.0 64 0.0
HumanEngine 151119 64 T 0.0

Stockfish 070120 64(Lantov) 0.0
Crystal 160819 64 (Crusty) 0.0



RofChade Version 2.0. 0.0
Stockfish 040718 64Voyager 0.0

Pedone 1.9. 0.0
Honey XI-r1 0.0



Brainfish 080219 64. 0.0
Anoa 1.3 x64 +B 0.0

SugaR RC1 64. 0.0
Komodo64 1.3b1 JA (sb) 0.0




Blue Honey XR7 FD 0.0
Stockfish 270618 64(Crusty) 0.0

Stockfish 7a Ltb x64 (Lbase) 0.0
SFish 0412f4a x64 (Bk) 4.0



Demolito 2020-03-30 x64 0.0
ShashChess 11.0 64(Petro) 0.0 Death #10

SugaR PrO rP 64 0.0
SF MZPrO1-SSE w64 0.0




Peper 7.7.7 64 (2bks) 0.0
DeepSaros ver.2.3j-OM 0.0

SugaR 110317 64 T 0.0
HIARCS 13.1 MP x32 0.0




Schooner 2.2 NON-POPCNT. 0.0
Brainfish 210520 64 (sb) 0.0

Stockfish 2.1.1 JA 64bit (sb) 0.0
BrainLearn 8.0 64 (2bks) 0.0



Matrix R x64Bit. 0.0
RobboLito ver. 0085c2 JA 0.0

SugaR-NN 260719 64 0.0
Fairy-Stockfish 10.4 64.Z 0.0



Fritz 16 w32-X 0.0
Stockfish 1.0 JA 0.0

Laser 1.6 0.0
Equinox 3.30 x64mp 0.0



Roc 2017Feb 2 0.0
Stockfish MateFinder 8 64 0.0

Stockfish 311216 x32(Mingw) 0.0
McBrain 9 64 0.0



Xiphos 0.6 NO-POPCNT 0.0
Judas 1.01 x64 0.0

LeelaToga v0.21.0- -v0.5. 0.0
Gandalf 6.02 x32 0.0



Brainfish 080220 64 (Bk) 0.0
McCain X. 0.0

Rick v48-9 0.0
Rucsil1.2 test 7 0.0




Fairy-Stockfish 11 64. 0.0
Nayeem 4.6 64 0.0

PanChess 00.250 x64T 0.0 Death#11
Al Qahtani X1 x64. 0.0




Nirvanachess 2.4 (64-Bit). 0.0
Stockfish 140620 64. 0.0

Stockfish X 090420 64 (2bks) 0.0 Death#12
Stockfish 10 64 0.0



Brainfish 100917 64 (Sharp) 0.0
Stockfish 300919 64(Bench) 0.0

ShashChess 7.0 64 (Tal)(MC) 0.0
Strelka 5.7 MP 0.0



Eman 4.00 64-bit 0.0
MZfish 120119 640.0

Nabo v1.0 x64 0.0
Cfish 210818 64 N 0.0



Eman 3.93 64-bit 0.0
BetaFish 1.01 64 0.0

SF 090116MZ 64. 0.0
Fire 7.1 x64 0.0



Eman 3.40 64-bit 0.0
Aristides v2.0 . 0.0

Schooner 2.0.34 w64 0.0
Stockfish 131218 64(DCT) 0.0
by supersharp77
on Tue Sep 29, 2020 6:58 pm
 
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Jacob Agaard Gambit Guide, Video Courses

vladimirovsky wrote:Link is lock?? Could you please share it through zippy or solidfiles please?


link is not lock, and i dont upload it in zippy or solid due to people from various countries are unable to download it


Anyway 3rd part #3 - 30-40 - http://khabarbabal.online/file/ZDFmNG
by SBlex
on Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:31 am
 
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Stockfish Polyglot

kramnik wrote:So in other words you have just tested Goi 5.1 BIN vs Goi 5.1 CTG update 2... My books are not for engines testing as they are very long, unless you fix the book moves up to move #3 or something around that. If you plan to test engines you should use a very low number of book moves or a book very, very short.


I wanted to test at the same time Goi 5.1.ctg. At first I was somewhat disappointed, because I did not find variants longer than 14 moves. I insisted after you repeated that the variants are long. I found in the French Defense (V. Tarrasch) a variant of 77 mutants that ended with the mat. I was surprised to find that the variation went on in a totally unbalanced position: Queen, Rook and pawn vs Rook! In such an end, no computer is needed. The sequel is useful in a difficult ending, such as a Queen ending or a finale with the difficulty of a study. We found a variant until moving 59 and Immortal v17. Now it depends on who played those variations: a GM, a long-time match engine ...
by Ginelu
on Tue Apr 30, 2019 8:02 am
 
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Stockfish Polyglot

So in other words you have just tested Goi 5.1 BIN vs Goi 5.1 CTG update 2... My books are not for engines testing as they are very long, unless you fix the book moves up to move #3 or something around that. If you plan to test engines you should use a very low number of book moves or a book very, very short.
by kramnik
on Tue Apr 30, 2019 2:00 am
 
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1108 PREMIUM CHESS.COM LESSONS MP4 (22gb)

bambvx wrote:1.I tried the Endgame , on the first Endgame to open the rest files ,there is a message :endgame asked for a password  tried to give one as stated on the top of your posting does not work.
2.  The files should be  in numerical order , but #3 and # 4 seemed the same one

Please advise ,thanks



You should download 4 endgame files and Endgame.zip and then open zip file with a password
by Amelung
on Mon Jan 21, 2019 1:38 am
 
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1108 PREMIUM CHESS.COM LESSONS MP4 (22gb)

1.I tried the Endgame , on the first Endgame to open the rest files ,there is a message :endgame asked for a password tried to give one as stated on the top of your posting does not work.
2. The files should be in numerical order , but #3 and # 4 seemed the same one

Please advise ,thanks
by bambvx
on Sun Jan 20, 2019 11:03 pm
 
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Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
apucaya wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 3 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile


#1 is already uploaded.
Check out http://www.chessgod101.com/t7535-punishing-positional-mistakes-part-1-arne-jochens


Yes, it has been uploaded but there is no way to download the video (at least from my end). May we request for a download link for 1 and 3? Thank you! cheers
by orlyboy
on Sun Jan 20, 2019 5:28 am
 
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Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

apucaya wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 3 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile


#1 is already uploaded.
Check out http://www.chessgod101.com/t7535-punishing-positional-mistakes-part-1-arne-jochens
by NorwayChess
on Sat Jan 19, 2019 10:45 pm
 
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Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 3 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have {#}3{/#} and {#}1{/#} that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Waiting 1 and 3! Smile
by Guest
on Sat Jan 19, 2019 7:50 pm
 
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Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
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Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

NorwayChess wrote:
orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 3 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.



Big Thanks for that, waiting for the third part
by Amelung
on Fri Jan 18, 2019 8:29 am
 
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Topic: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens
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Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2 - Arne Jochens

orlyboy wrote:
NorwayChess wrote:Topics tagged under 3 on chessgod101 Positi10

FM Arne Jochens is back by popular demand! After receiving rave reviews on his first seminar about punishing positional mistakes, Arne decided to teach a second installment. This live online seminar was held on September 30th, 2018 and has been recorded for students to review at their own pace.


Title: Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 2
Tuition: $18
Level: 1500-2000 Elo


This 108-minute class focuses on positional mistakes with pawn structures that often occur in club level games. Learning these positional patterns will enable students to avoid making those mistakes in their own games and punish their opponents' mistakes.

The examples shown are used to extract some general rules about positional play. Students are given the chance to immediately apply this knowledge in some carefully selected training positions. FM Jochens fields questions from viewers in the very last segment of the course.


Note: There is currently no password, and the file is uploaded on a spam-free/ad-free provider.

https://filetransfer.io/data-package/zTCRc9XV


Thanks for this. Punishing Positional Mistakes Part 1 would be like the "icing for this cake" share! cheers


I have #3 and #1 that I can upload. Check back again later in this forum.
by NorwayChess
on Fri Jan 18, 2019 4:29 am
 
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Crushing the King - Tryfon Gavriel, Igor Smirnov (Full)

Crushing the King - Tryfon Gavriel, Igor Smirnov (Full-368 mb unpacked):
https://dropmefiles.com/L6xjR

Password: CAISSA

All credit to gaurav_singh-m, c0unt3rpl4y, psrinivasan and cblove


WHY THIS COURSE WAS CREATED?

The attack is an art that every chess player should master. When we play a chess game it is very important to have the ability to start an attack in order to win the game. Many students have the problem on how to start the attack and deliver the final blow. They do not know how to provoke a weakness into his opponent’s King.
In this course, GM Igor Smirnov together with CM Tryfon will teach you the strategies and tactics of attacking. At the end of this course you will have all the necessary abilities and understanding in order to start a successful attack against an opponent of any level!

Is this course right for me?

The course is suitable for beginners and intermediate level players, but it will be helpful for advanced level players, too. Even if your ELO is 1900+, this course will help you improve your attacking skills and you’ll learn some new things.
If you want to improve your attacking skills and boost your chances of success, then this course is for you.

What you will learn?

How to plan an attack?
How to set the target for my attack?
What pieces should I include in the attack?
How to find the right attacking moves?
How can I get an attacking position?
How to finish the attack?
CONTENTS:



LESSON #1 Getting an attacking position out of the opening
LESSON #2 Provoking weaknesses around the opponent's king
LESSON #3 King Safety Aspects - Spectator pieces
LESSON #4 Kings safety aspects - King in the center
LESSON #5 The King Hunt and securing mating nets
LESSON #6 Centralised vs Spectator pieces
LESSON #7 Forcing moves
LESSON #8 How you can become a great attacker
LESSON #9 How can you get an attacking position?
LESSON #10 Your practical guide

MEET THE AUTHOR:

GM Igor Smyrnov

Igor Smirnov is a chess Grandmaster, coach, and holder of a Master’s degree in psychology. He’s the founder of the “Remote Chess Academy” company that has helped thousands of students worldwide to improve their results. GM Smirnov has developed lots of chess video lessons, articles, webinars and training courses.

CM Tryfon Gavriel

also known as “Kingscrusher” on the Internet. He is a FIDE Candidate Master (CM), British Regional Chess Master, and run a popular Youtube chess channel for many years.One of his earliest Over-the-board achievements in Chess was winning the Lloyds Under 18 national UK tournament in 1989.
by ChessCaissa
on Fri Oct 05, 2018 7:22 am
 
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Topic: Crushing the King - Tryfon Gavriel, Igor Smirnov (Full)
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