The Best RCA Courses are Now Available for Mac Users!


For the past few years, some of our students using Mac computers (iPad, iPhone, Mac notebook) were asking for RCA courses to be compatible with the Mac platform as well. As you may know, in RCA we always consider YOUR needs and strive hard to satisfy them. So, we really considered their request and we have been working hard on that.
rca chess courses for macWe’re very happy to announce that the following courses are now cross platform compatible with all the videos in MP4, and the e-books are in PDF:

1) “The Grandmaster’s Positional Understanding
2) “The Grandmaster’s Secrets
3) “Winning the Middlegame
4) “Calculate Till Mate
5) “Crushing the King
6) “Defending Champion
7) “Master the Grunfeld Defense as Black
8) “My Thinking System
9) “Self-taught Grandmaster
10) “An Endgame Expert

Are you a Mac user who already own an RCA course or want to buy a new course? Great, all you have to do is simply contact us – send an email to [email protected] claiming that you own a Mac, and we will guide you and even give you some special discount! 🙂

Finally, please give us your feedback about this. We’ll give you what you ask for and we’ll be happy to know if you liked it. Please write your thoughts in the comments below.

P.S. Let me also remind you that we’re conducting a survey to know your thoughts about our next course. Take the survey and get a chance to get that course (we’ll create it based on your needs) with a huge discounttake the survey! 🙂

  • male Gupta

    thanks alto dear igor sir you are thebest thansk for this nice article and information you are the best as usuaus lwhat do you think about the world junior championship that is going live these days about indain players and grandmaster of india gm murali karthik gm shardul gagare and pragannandha.??

    • RCA_moderator

      Hello,
      Thanks for the compliment.
      GM Igor is busy so you may want to check out this FAQ.
      http://bit.ly/2yXqclj

      Prasaadh | Support

      • male Gupta

        dear sir he is busy you can give answee r to my question thanks.the faq artciles is too long to read.what od you thnik aobut candidates tournaments who is going to qualify ??what do youthnik

  • Anup rajawat

    Hello Igor, I have learn your many courses and I have gain huge knowledge from them .But recently I am going through your master the grunfeld defence course where I found one drawback.Alex is suggesting B6 move in classical variation but in practical part there is not even a single game on it . He has just described the main line and side lines of that particular line whereas in practical part games are given of the lines which he has not teach.Sir please help me and if I am wrong please tel me too..

    • Although we should strive to have solid opening knowledge, it’s impractical to dive too deeply into every eventual variation. Quantity of variations is endless, anyway you can’t prepare against every possible move of your opponent.

      Also, if you spend too much time on your opening preparation, you’ll be unable to train other important aspects (such as your system of thinking etc).

      To sum up, it’s perfectly fine to simply study the materials presented in the course. This will give you greater knowledge about Grunfeld compared to almost all your current opponents.

      • male Gupta

        thansk a lot sir for this wodnerful reply you are the best tahnks a lot

  • Anup rajawat

    I have more question regarding thinking system I want to know how much time and how many positions you will recommend per day to improve our thinking system ?

    • I’d rather suggest that you focus on the quality instead of quantity. If you analyze 1 game seriously, it may give you greater progress than superficial observation of 10 games. Good luck!


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