To make progress in chess, and to do so consistently, you need to have a strong understanding and a comprehensive knowledge of the chess game. Improper and incorrect training will only give you inconsistent results.
We’ve developed a variety of chess courses for you on this topic – for instance, our hot and top-selling courses like “GM’s Positional Understanding”, “Self-taught Grandmaster”, “GM’s Secrets”, and “How to beat Titled Players” fall into this category.
All of these courses have got 5/5 ratings from our students who have already studied them (as you can see in the image below) – therefore, there is no doubt about the quality of these courses.
By the way, I’ve mentioned only some of RCA’s comprehensive courses above – there are a total of nine comprehensive courses in all!
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Finally, I’d like to keep your energy levels high – so let’s take a look at a very interesting position from a game played by the World Champion, Magnus Carlsen.
Magnus Carlsen – Anish Giri
White to play
We can see that all Black’s pieces are misplaced. Observe how Black’s queen and knight are restricted. But White’s rook is under attack now. How would you play here as White?
Hint: we analyzed this game only a few weeks ago and published an article about it. 🙂
After calculating all possible variations, you can find the whole game here.