How to Find Great Attacking Moves?


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<< Become a great attacker! >>

We have already published the first lesson from the course by CM Tryfon Gavriel. If you haven’t watched that yet, you can do so now by clicking here. In that lesson, Tryfon teaches you how to attack in the opening stage.

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Today we have published the eighth lesson from the course, which was prepared by me. The lesson answers the questions on how to become a great attacker and how to find great attacking moves, especially in the middlegame stage of the game.

In this lesson, I come closer to practice and the implementation part – incorporating the attacking ideas into blitz and rapid games, to the games where you need to be able to find great attacking moves, where you don’t really have time to think and you have to make decisions within seconds at every move.

We all enjoy watching the games of the phenomenal players of the past, but the only drawback is that we don’t really know exactly how they managed to find those good moves. Some would say that they are born with the talent, god gifted, and so on.

In this lesson, I will show you some of my own games (including my blitz games). And since some of these attacking principles even work in blitz games, you can be highly sure that they are highly practical for they don’t require deep understanding of the game or calculating tons of variations.

Watch the video lesson below:
 

 
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