I'll take just a minute from you 😇
Please create a free account and continue enjoying the course.
100 Classical Masterpieces
(26 hours 4 min)
Imagine you are traveling to Paris. You know only 3 streets in the city and have no access to GPS. So there’s a high chance you might get lost in the city, right?
But what if you knew 50 streets instead of 3? What about 200? Of course, then it’ll be easier to find the route!
The same is in chess: the more chess classics you know, the easier to navigate chess positions! ...
At the same time, knowing how to study them is also equally important.
Anyone can memorize the moves, but it’s the concepts and underlying thought processes which inexperienced players find difficult to grasp.
That’s where the expertise of our Grandmaster coaches, with over 10 years of coaching experience, kicks in!
They’ll explain the underlying thought process, gently nudge you to remember essential information, and share many fun stories!
Our team has chosen only the most instructive games, where every game has a clear takeaway.
Below are some of the positions taken from the course:
To extract the most out of this course, follow the 3 instructions given by GM Avetik in the Introduction:
- Pause and think when our GMs ask you to do so.
- Watch only 1 game each day.
- Don’t try to memorize all moves of the game.
You’ll fall in love with chess classics and also become a better player in the process, just like many of our students!
Additional Reading: You may find it helpful to read what happened after the Arabkir Chess School introduced chess classics to their students.
What you'll learn
- How do you win winning positions and save lost ones?
- Typical middlegame ideas and concepts in different openings like King’s Indian Defense, Caro-Kann, Ruy Lopez, etc.
- Strategies like making the right exchanges, finding plans, prophylaxis, and so much more from the games of Fischer, Capablanca, and many others!
- How do you apply what you learn from classics in a real game? GM Avetik shows how he used an idea he learned from Kasparov's game!
Lesson Plan109 episode(s) 26 hours 4 min
Students give this course an average of 5 out of 5 stars.