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Typical Mistakes – IM Valeri Lilov
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As announced in the previous blog post, IM Valeri LILOV will organise a live WEBINAR this Sunday, 17 August at 4 p.m. (16:00) BST (London time – you can check it here: LINK). Previously, we made a mistake about the time – we apologies for that.

 If you didn’t read the previous article about the WEBINAR, you can read it here: LINK

 Places are limited to 100 seats, so if you haven’t registered yet, you can do so now for only $5 US

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To mark the occasion, IM Valeri Lilov has made a special free video for you on the subject of « Typical Mistakes », which he will use in detail in his Webinar. All players at any level make mistakes, even the top players, as we are all human. That’s why, in this special lesson, IM Lilov will show you what the typical mistakes committed by the most players are. It will help you to avoid these in your games and to see when your opponent is making a mistake.

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Webinar: “Typical Mistakes in Practical Middlegame and Endings.”
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Today I have some good news for you. IM ValeriLilov will conduct a live webinar Typical mistakes in practical middle game and endings” on Sunday, 17 August.

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Najdorf with 6.Bc4
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As noticed previously on the RCA social media pages, a NEW GUEST LESSON is now ready for dvdbox1-176x300you!

This article was written by a young IM (18 y.o.) from Cannes (France) named Gary GIROYAN. He was French youth champion many times, European Union champion and always in the top places at the European and World Championships.

His article is about the Najdorf with 6.Bc4.  That’s a very interesting variation for White which forces Black to be very precise during the opening.  In this lesson, Gary will tell you his secrets in this variation which he really enjoys.

Chess Strategy: Exploiting Weaknesses
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The easiest way to win a game is to attack opponent’s WEAKNESSES. In general, this is pretty obvious. Karpov, Petrosian and other great players won countless games by using this concept.

However, when it comes to YOUR OWN GAMES, the situation turns out to be trickier; for instance:

  • Your opponent is not going to weaken his/her position.
  • An opponent will strive for a counter-attack.

So, how can YOU exploit opponent’s weaknesses, and bring home a well-deserved win? Today, we’ll go through a game of a student who did it just right! Remember these ideas, and use them in your games!

The Webinar and Students’ Questions
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Students have sent me a lot of questions about the webinar, “The Art of the Endgame”, which will take place this Sunday (27 July). Hence, I’ll answer them all right here.

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