June 6, 2015

Special discount reminder and Pawn Sacrifice movie

  • Grand Master Igor Smirnov, Chess Coach, Author and Publisher.
  • First, let me remind you about the special 30% discount that I’ve provided you with on our new premium video, “Middlegame Pawn Structures” by GM Ivan Sokolov (LINK). If you’re not aware of this course, please see here: LINK


    The discount will be valid only till Sunday 7 June (inclusive). So, if you haven’t yet bought it, don’t forget to grab this amazing and instructive video with a whopping 30% off, by using the discount code “soko30”. (If you don’t know about how to use a discount code, please see here: LINK).


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    Recently, I watched the trailer of an American movie about the great GM Bobby Fischer – the eleventh World Champion and considered to be one of the greatest players ever – and his main rival, GM Boris Spassky.


    The movie is titled “Pawn Sacrifice” and the well-known Tobey Maguire played the role of Fischer. Ironically, it’s nice to see that ‘Peter’ got good at chess. :)


    You can watch the trailer here (LINK). I was happy about that film coming out. It’s great to see chess in mainstream cinema! :)

    Additionally, I thought it would be good to have some chat about this and discuss it. So, here’s my question for you – who do you like the more? Fischer or Spassky? What do you like about them? :) In what way did they inspire you? Feel free to write your thoughts and comments below.



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    • William

      Like many American’s my age,Fischer inspired me to play chess, I love his clear and classical style. Someone, (IM Anthony Saidy I believe) once wrote, that Fischer played like Capablanca, if Capa had had Alekhine’s single minded drive.

    • Matthias Heindl

      Fischer often made it look so simple to play the best moves for the whole game and to beat strong opponents.

    • ayush

      dear igor fischer is the best he follows all the classsical principles that you had been telling in your courses.

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