New E-book: Chess Opening Fundamentals


When you come to play a chess game, it’s important to start it properly. Otherwise, you risk falling into an ‘opening disaster’ and lose your game quickly.

 

There are plenty of tutorials that show you tons of different opening variations. It seems helpful. But how can you remember all that information? In reality, it can rather confuse you than help you. ConfusedThat’s why we have created an e-book called “Chess Opening Fundamentals”.

 

 

What is the e-book about?

 

The e-book is a collection of RCA opening articles and video lessons. This e-book contains simple yet very practical tips to make your opening play powerful and error-free.

 

We have made it very simple for you by providing all our opening lessons into a single e-book. Even if you had studied these lessons in the past, it’s always better to study them again to digest the ideas well. Simply put, it’s time to brush up on your opening knowledge. 🙂 Chess Opening Fundamentals E-bookThe e-book is completely FREE and is available for download. You can download the e-book now by clicking here.

 

Finally, I just wanted to mention something. We really did put some efforts into creating this e-book, thereby providing you with all our opening lessons into a single ‘capsule’.

 

Therefore, after studying this e-book, please let us know your valuable feedback about it. You can write in the comments below or leave us a message here. Happy Reading! 🙂

  • Day_Dreamer

    This is a fantastic compilation! Thanks GM Smirnov and the team for a job well done 😉

    • RCA_moderator

      Thank you for your appreciation. It helps us do more.

      Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

  • Day_Dreamer

    This is a fantastic compilation! Thanks GM Smirnov and the team for a job well done 😉

  • ayush gupta

    thankyou dear igor for this wonderful gift.you are just great teacher.dear igor sergey karjakin is your friend and you had meet him in tournaments you had mentioned in your book.dear sir i want to know what isthe secret of soviet chess school??and botvinnik teachings.thankyu.

  • ayush gupta

    thankyou dear igor for this wonderful gift.you are just great teacher.dear igor sergey karjakin is your friend and you had meet him in tournaments you had mentioned in your book.dear sir i want to know what isthe secret of soviet chess school??and botvinnik teachings.thankyu.

    • RCA_moderator

      Hi Ayush,
      Igor is busy, let me help you.
      Yes, there were a lot of secrets from Soviet school of teaching. Now it is being shared through the internet.
      Their understanding and research on Chess was extensive and elaborate.

      Regards,
      Prasaadh

    • Hi Ayush,

      The main secret is there was a SYSTEM of chess preparation – in contrast to modern style of “randomly studying everything that comes to your hands” 🙂

      I’ve made a video lesson about Botvinnik some time ago: http://chess-teacher.com/mikhail-botvinniks-winning-method/

      Maybe I’ll make a more comprehensive work about the Soviet/Russian chess school one day.

      • ayush gupta

        yess sir you are right.sir please make a long video lessons about soviet chess school and please tell the main secret of karpov or kasparov.thankyu.

  • RCA_moderator

    Hi Ayush,
    Igor is busy, let me help you.
    Yes, there were a lot of secrets from Soviet school of teaching. Now it is being shared through the internet.
    Their understanding and research on Chess was extensive and elaborate.

    Regards,
    Prasaadh

    • ayush gupta

      thankyou sir for your time .but dear sir i can’t find any of the videos of soviet school in terms of chess education.

  • Hi Ayush,

    The main secret is there was a SYSTEM of chess preparation – in contrast to modern style of “randomly studying everything that comes to your hands” 🙂

    I’ve made a video lesson about Botvinnik some time ago: http://chess-teacher.com/mikhail-botvinniks-winning-method/

    Maybe I’ll make a more comprehensive work about the Soviet/Russian chess school one day.

  • sreehari

    thank you

  • ayush gupta

    yess sir you are right.sir please make a long video lessons about soviet chess school and please tell the main secret of karpov or kasparov.thankyu.

    • RCA_moderator

      Hi Ayush,
      Igor is busy. Thank you for the suggestions.
      We will make a note of them.

      Regards,
      Prasaadh

  • Mario Vaz Xadrez

    Wow!!! Very very good! Congratulations man. I’ll pass this e-book to all my students and I will put your address on my page on facebook.

    • Hi Mario,

      It’s great to know you enjoyed the book, and it is helpful to your students.

      Thank you for spreading the word about the e-book, I appreciate it!


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