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Daily lessons with a Grandmaster
Dear chess friends!

On the 1st of January, we started a project - "Daily Lesson with a Grandmaster."

10 lessons are already recorded and uploaded on our YouTube channel!
https://www.youtube.com/c/ChessMood/videos

Daily lesson #1 - The Useless Bishop
Daily lesson #2 - SU 35
Daily lesson #3 - Tactics in Chess | Tips
Daily lesson #4 - The Checks that Save Games
Daily lesson #5 - Show Your Cards | Part 1| Delaying with Castling
Daily lesson #6 - Show Your Cards | Part 2| Dealing with a Multifunctional Piece
Daily lesson #7 - What You Should Do with Your Weak Pawns | Part 1
Daily lesson #8 - Counterattack with the Long Diagonals
Daily lesson #9 - Planning in the Mopening
Daily lesson #10 - Stopping the Counterplay First

Skip them, if you're looking for only entertaining chess videos.
But if you want to really start improving and raising your rating it would be good, if you make a habit to watch each day these 5-10 minutes daily lessons.

All will be uploaded on our YouTube channel.
https://www.youtube.com/chessmood

#COGRO (Constant Growth)

P.S
Thanks for all your support, for sharing the videos with your friends, for subscribing to our channel, and all the rest you do to help us.
Thank you!
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Robert J.

Robert J. 2 weeks ago

Thank you coach, for this series. It's wonderful and it takes just 1/2 hour to learn something important.
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Didi Mayer

Didi Mayer 2 weeks ago

Wonderful series of instructional content!
Coach Avetik, it would be great if after a day or two you could somewhere provide the solutions to the daily tasks for us to think about at the end of each daily lesson

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GM_Avetik Grigoryan

GM_Avetik Grigoryan 1 week ago

Good idea!! 
I'll think about how I can make it instructive. Thanks! 
Nils Philipp

Nils Philipp 1 week ago

Hello Avetik and hello to all our other coaches who give those instructive daily lessons. I would suggest giving the solutions here in the forum. This would be a one-stop-shop for all lessons.
Nils Philipp

Nils Philipp 1 week ago

Great stuff. Short and sweet. And easy to do first thing in the morning or during lunch break.