Upcoming Course about Middlegame Principles

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Upcoming Course about Middlegame Principles

See if this is something familiar to you: after a few opening moves (even those that are memorized perfectly 😊), you arrive at a middlegame in which you either lose your advantage or worsen a solid position to reach a bad, if not desperate one.

Relatable? Well, this is one of the most common problems many chess players face (including many RCA students, like you). They ignore what tools they can apply in order to come up with a plan with solid foundations.

The great news is that in recent months we have been working on the creation of a course that serves as a guide for average players so that they can enrich themselves with the most essential concepts that occur in the middlegame.

I’m the author of the course, and it is called β€œTop 25 Middlegame Concepts”. The course will be launched on Wednesday, 29 June. Feel free to show your excitement in the comments below! 😊

Today I’ve also published a video lesson where I’m sharing with you 2 most important chess principles you should know! These 2 principles (or techniques) will make it really easy and simple for you to find the best moves in any position.

In fact, top grandmasters, including the world chess champion Magnus Carlsen, play their games in this style in general. I can guarantee you that this will give you a lot of victories and you can increase your rating points.

You can find the PGN of this analysis below:

Comments (2)

  1. Andrew Patrick Fisher

    Serious traffic jams in the middle game are particularly difficult to analyze. I will try on my own to develop a thought system for these clustered scenarios, often times occurring on the 2nd or 7th rank, however, tips are welcomed.

  2. Heavypieces

    A new Igor Smirnov course is always exciting news! But I already own your excellent β€˜Winning the middlegame’ course – can you tell us how your new course will be different to what has already been presented in β€˜Winning the middlegame’?

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