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Hi GM Igor. Can you please help me find a simple opening for white pieces aside from using b3. Opening that I can use as a straight forward development and plan for the middle game as well with sound pawn structure in endgame.
Very usefull lesson, thx Igor ! The real problem is we have to remember it during our own games. My questions will be answerd later (you hade more than 100 questions to answerd). By the way, I thing they’re more like a opening repertoire (like the one you are making for us !). The Max Lang attack, the Budapest gambit, and in case of 1.d4 Nf6 2.Nf3 c5 ! You see I’m in my office, so I don’t have any chess board with me so it’s in my brain that I translet the move. I made some work about it (whith internet and books). And I do like your comments about the game of Capablanca. On internet and books we see good thinks and some times wrong things or simple evaluations. The line of the Budapest for instant 1.d4 Nf6 2.c4 e5 3.dxe5 Ng4 4.Bf4 Bb4+ 5. Nbd2 d6 6. exd6 Qf6 7.e3 Nxf2 8. Kxf2 g5! It’s a line that is pleasant to play with black specialy in blitz games I belaeve. But what do you thing in real game, has a suprise wepon against strong player ? Perhaps it’s not a line that you will recomande. Or perhaps you will talk about it in details later (I’m dreaming you’ll think it’s very interesting too), Thx for this lesson.
Hi Igor, How can I download your lesson on You Tube.
How can I download this lesson on You Tube???
Thanks for your message. Please check the below article regarding the video lessons https://chessteacher.zendesk.com/entries/21637685-I-can-t-run-your-free-video-lesson-
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Manuel / Student Support Officer
Do you have an estimated release date for the new course? The GM openings lab was great.
It’s great to know the opening course was useful for you.
The new course is almost ready, and will probably be released at the end of October. I’ll certainly keep you informed.
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Hey Igor, i’ve recently discovered your page, and i am a bit of a beginner, and i wonder, which course should i begin with?
Hi Erik. According to the help section (https://chessteacher.zendesk.com/entries/21599649-I-am-my-son-daughter-is-only-a-beginner-Can-I-study-your-course-), they recommend ‘The Grandmaster’s Secrets’ as the place to start. It took me a bit to find that; maybe Igor should add this or something similar to the Products page?
Anyway, Igor is a fantastic teacher, and if you commit to your studying you will be soundly reworded.
hello erik. i suggest you start with “grandmaster’s positional understanding”.. it starts with basic principles and gm smirnov explains it deeply.. i start with it just this october.. and i like it as a beginner.. so i would suggest you this..
I agree with Jonathan. “The Grandmasters Secrets” would be the best course start with. It will show you what a chess game really is, and will lay a firm foundation for your continuous progress.
Good Luck on your chess study!
Paul | Student Support Officer
hello i wan to learn new opening and i don’t know where to go ,please help me
Hello, Cind. In Remote Chess Academy GM Igor Smirnov provides a course called Grandmaster Openings Laboratory which is a new and playable opening repertoire and He teaches the ideas behind it so you don’t need to memorize variations.
Check it out!
The FAQ about “How to Beat Titled Players” is incorrectly answered.
Here’s the link- https://chessteacher.zendesk.com/entries/21637399-Doesn-t-How-to-Beat-Titled-Players-contradict-with-the-system-of-thinking-you-taught-in-your-other-c
Rather, the explanation would better be placed at this link- https://chessteacher.zendesk.com/entries/21809930-Is-How-to-Beat-Titled-Players-course-applicable-for-games-against-a-computer-
Do fix it.
Thanks for your suggestions! We updated both FAQs
Thanks and kind regards,
Manuel / Support team
There are many newly learnt kids who play opening moves like a4, Ra3 etc. To make these newbie kids learn chess faster, is it a good idea to introduce extra rules such as: You must not move any other pawn but the center two (e,d). You have to move each night and biship once before you could move any a second time, you have to castle by move 10.
Great suggestions for newer players. Your ideas follow GM Igor Smirnov’s very closely. You can see more about his Opening Laboratory here
Thanks for the post!
Paul | Student Support Officer
Hello Mr Igor smirov, I bought both your chess course Grandmaster secrets amd Grand master Positional Understanding… Which course should I start first?? Pls give me suggestion.. And after completing those two course which one should I buy to continue my chess development?? pls give suggestion..
Thanks for purchasing our courses. Let me help you.
This is a common question, here is a sequence on how to learn the courses created by Igor.
So GM Postional first and GM Secrets second.
Prasaadh | Student Support Officer
Hi George here from Scotland just new to the game of chess playing lots of games online on chess.com been playing for about a year now you’re free courses are great the ploblem is I don’t have are PC just have are Samsung Galaxy phone can get your video lessons but can’t do the tasks after the lessons can you help thanks George
We are happy that you like our lessons.
Most of our courses are for PC and doing tasks is as important as the video lessons.
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Prasaadh | Support Officer