How to Succeed in Chess? (FREE E-book)

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Nowadays, it is quite easy to find information about almost anything on the Internet, including chess. However, not all the information out there is of high quality. That’s why we’ve prepared the e-book “How to Succeed in Chess?” for you.

What Does the e-book Contain?

In this e-book, we have selected for you all of our best lessons about succeeding in chess, so that you can directly spend your time and efforts wisely instead of trying to find those secrets elsewhere, where they might not be revealed at all!how to succeed in chess free ebook

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You’ll learn about the positive influence of the chess game on you, an important aspect that determines your success/failure, effective training, how to achieve your chess goals and lots more. Below is the table of contents:

  •  The Value of Chess
    •  The Value of Chess (Part-2)
      •  The Necessary Factor of Your Chess Progress
        •  Creativity in Chess
          •  4 Simple Ways to Deal with Time Trouble!
            •  The Secret of Success
              •  Stages of Improvement
                •  Your Chess Goals
                  •  Bonus Video Lessons

                    I’d like to give you a small preview of the e-book. Let’s go!

                    Does chess help you in your common life? Does it develop your mental skills?

                    I’m pretty sure your non-chess playing friends are asking you these questions quite often. Perhaps you were thinking about it yourself, too. It’s really important to answer that question. Think about it – if it’s just for fun and killing time, then perhaps it’s not worth going through years of training to get better at it.
                    chess trainingBUT, if it’s MORE than that, if it indeed develops your mental and psychological skills, then you can be confident that all of the time you’ve spent training and playing chess wasn’t wasted. So, does chess help you in your EVERYDAY life?

                    There are 2 obvious answers here:

                    1) YES – Chess helps improve our mental skills… the same skills that we use in everyday life. That said, it should help us succeed in other facets of life as well.

                    2) NO – There are no REAL interactions between chess and other facets of life. Think about it: Will knowing certain lines of the Sicilian Defense help you in, say, managing your workforce? Well, if the million-dollar question in a quiz show you’re in is chess related, then maybe it could help. BUT how remote is that?!

                    These 2 answers seem the most natural, but they are mutually exclusive. Why did this happen?

                    … Continue reading by downloading the e-book! 🙂

                    Comments: 10

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                    1. thanks igor a lot for this great stuff dear sir you are great as usaual thanks for the book and remote ches academy hurray!!!!! all world top players favourite are knocked out from world cup what do you think sir??

                      1. Yes, It is a shocking development but it is really entertaining to watch. Maybe FIDE has to think about having this format to crown the World Champion like Tennis.

                        Sorry that GM Igor has a busy schedule and could not reply.

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                        1. dear sir what do you think about chomputer and cheateing and about the cheating method detection in general thanks a lot.

                    2. sir i yesterday read your e book it was just fantastic i just loved it a lot of things were new to mei .and others are refreshing.thanks al ot.

                    3. Hi
                      Yes this is a very interesting reading!
                      I think that one of the specific traits of the strongest players is that they are fearless.
                      They have removed the fear to lose (and maybe also the “fear” to win, hurting somehow other people).
                      It’s not that they don’t care about the results,they do care, but they simply are not afraid.
                      Inner fears paralyses thoughts, even if we don’t even realize this fact consciously.
                      I can fancy that Lasker during his games very seldom had any fear,and the more he get old, the less fear he had.
                      Bobby Fischer? I’ts been said that perhaps he really was afraid of losing at some point in time…
                      Just my opinion though…..
                      Best Regards,

                      1. Hi there,

                        Very good thoughts! Thanks for sharing it!

                        Lots of modern top players believe in ‘playing good moves’. Meaning that you should focus on playing the best move in every given position (instead of thinking about the final result).

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