HOW TO BEAT SUPER GMS IN BLITZ CHESS?
Live Webinar “How to beat Super GMs in Blitz Chess?”
By GM Maxim Dlugy
|Event:||How to beat Super GMs in Blitz Chess?|
|Host:||GM Maxim Dlugy|
|Date:||Friday, 15 May at 3 p.m. (15:00) GMT time.|
|Seats:||limited to 100.|
|Price:||Standard ticket only = $15|
*Registration will close 2 hours before the webinar begins.
How to beat strong players in blitz chess?
As days go by, the popularity of blitz (and even rapid) chess increases. Nowadays, many players play blitz chess on the Internet for entertainment; and some play blitz for relaxing their minds, as well. Still, playing blitz is not as easy as one may think.
When it comes to blitz games, you need to have a sharp mind to calculate a lot of moves within a few seconds.
Even top GMs face problems with this – even the world’s top blitz players like Carlsen, Nakamura, Girschuk and Anand make mistakes in blitz. After all, we are human and make mistakes. But leaning from mistakes is VERY important!
So, now comes the question for YOU – “How can you play better in blitz chess?” or “How to beat strong players in blitz?”
To help YOU beat strong chess players (IMs, GMs, Super GMs) in a blitz game, we’ve invited an extraordinary blitz player, GM Maxim Dlugy.
GM Dlugy will be conducting a webinar for you – “How to Beat Super GMs in Blitz Chess?” – on Friday, 15 May at 3 p.m. GMT (check timings here: LINK)
What you’ll learn from this webinar?
In this webinar, you will learn from GM Dlugy the most essential secrets about blitz and how to do YOUR BEST while playing against strong players (IMs, GMs, Super GMs) in a blitz game.
Dlugy will provide you with a step-by-step guide on strategies required to beat top GMs in blitz.
About the host
GM Dlugy was awarded the IM title in 1982 and has a peak blitz rating of 2731. Therefore, he is a powerful blitz player who has a fascinating attacking style.
Dlugy’s major achievements:-
He won the World Junior Chess Championship
Was formerly ranked #1 in the world by the World Blitz Chess Association
Got silver and bronze medals in a couple of US championships (and he was a president of the US Chess Federation)
and the list goes on and on…