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I've added around 1-hour material in the "Nightmare of Rossolimo" course.
Both are adv. sections, but this one I absolutely recommend to watch.
There are included model games, and after watching these sections, you'll have a much better understanding of the Rossolimo positions.
Hello friends. How do you study? Specifically, how do you work with the course materials?
- Do you use the PGN files? What's your process?
- Do you memorize everything? Just the key moves?
- Is there software you use that's helpful?
- Is there something very important missing from existing software that would help you study?
Champions, today we added around 1.5 hours of material in the French Defense course, covering Black's rare 3rd moves and 3...Nc6 in the advanced section.
Check it out, should be very useful not only for improving your opening.
Hello ChessMood Family! Hello Champions!
I've good news for you!
As I promised earlier, soon we are going to upload many new courses related to the middlegame and endgame.
The new one - "Happy Pieces" is uploaded.
This gonna be one of the most important courses you've ever watched about chess.
Enjoy the first part. The rest is coming!
How is this line
I have played in numerous games
The opponent gets a shock whenever I play Kf2
Then my plan is Bb1, Qc2/d3, h4, g4 and attack
I had many successful attacks in this line
Black players are often confused how to react
Hi, all! I want to ask a question about the Antisicilian course of our white repertoire. There is a line 1.e4 c5 2.Nc3 g6 3.d4 cxd4 4.Qxd4 Nf6 5.Nf3 Nc6 6.Qa4 d6 7.e5 Ng4 8.Bf4 Bg7 9.exd6 0-0 10.Be2 exd6, where white stands better. But what about the more ambitious 10...e5 with following Qxd6? Is there any advantage for white?
Often we hear that
I was winning but missed it as the lines were too complicated
Or I wanted to sacrifice an exchange but felt hesitation
Or I am in constant time pressure
Or I missed that intermediate move in between in my calculations
Or my opponent devaites me out of the theory
Or my opponent was well prepared, how do I even fight
How to counter these real life situations?
Sir, I would be very grateful to you if you can make e4 e5 for black as many players don't have the time to study Sicilian lines and remember them
And many players do play e4 e5 so it might benefit a lot of players and I am sure that many people will like these courses on your platform
Hoping for a positive reply