They say chess is 99% tactics…
But I have to disagree.
Chess is 100% strategy.
Think about it. From the very first move, you are trying to find a small gap… that little crevice inside your opponent’s rock-solid game.
If you don’t find it, what do you do? You provoke it… move after move. You feign an attack here; you hang a pawn there. Tiny tactics shooting off…but all tied up to a grand BIGGER plan.
That’s how a grandmaster thinks and plays a chess game.
That’s what GM Marian Petrov is here to show you in his new and exclusive training, Planning Your Game Like a Champion—our latest addition to the TCW course catalog.
Yet another course on chess strategy? WRONG!
This is by Marian Petrov after all.
One of the most highly regarded chess tutors there is… the Bulgarian champion for 2002 and 2017, as well as the winner of many open tournaments around the world… with a peak Elo rating of 2549.
Going over some top-level games, Marian takes his unique look at how a grandmaster plans during a chess game. Get ready for 3 hours of intense analysis and high-level instruction to take your game off to the next level.
What you will learn:
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