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Happy Pieces: The Art of Keeping Your Army Happy

ChessMood Family, welcome to the course "Happy Pieces: The Art of Keeping Your Army Happy" 

About This Course

"Help your pieces so they can help you" - Paul Morphy

Keeping your pieces active, finding for them the best job - is an art.
To look at the position and feel which of our pieces aren't doing well and where they would do a better job - it's a must-learn skill for improving your chess level. 

About Coach

GM Avetik Grigoryan
Name GM Avetik Grigoryan
Title GrandMaster
Rating 2568

In 2010 Avetik won Armenian National Championship and joined their national team.

After 2 years he stopped playing chess professionally and started coaching career.
Now he is the coach and the second of more than 10 GMs, co-author of video courses "Right Mood Openings", and the author of the book "Right Mood - Right Move"  which will be published soon. 

In 2018 he founded ChessMood.  

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Naresh Jhunjhnuwala
6 months ago
Loved it. Please keep adding new courses in the "Happy Pieces"
Shirley D
6 months ago
Hunan Rostomyan
6 months ago
Wonderful, accessible lessons on how to make the most of a position. To steal from the famous saying, it teaches what to do when there isn't anything obvious to do.
Kevin Sun
6 months ago
Great job Avetik
Christoph Serrer
6 months ago
So far my favourite course. I am really excited to soo more interesting ideas! I really loved Nepos moves: Kd7, Qg8 to h7. Keep going,!
Tanmoy Mitra
6 months ago
A good strategical concept.
Devansh Shah
6 months ago
Quite unique course with new creative ideas
Sriram M
5 months ago
This course, along with the Commented Classical Games, have skyrocketed my middle game play! Now that I think about it, in every game, mopenings are the area where I make some inaccuracy or mistake. Thank you Coach Avetik, excited for more!
Giorgos Kechagias
5 months ago
Wonderful, waiting for the next sections. Most trainers do not care about their pupils; they do not pay attention to important mopening and middlegame skills.
Sharan Sridhar
5 months ago
loved it
WIM_Siranush Ghukasyan
3 months ago
GS
2 months ago
skipper chess
1 month ago