What is RCA’s Next Chess Course About?


2017 is going to end, and I wanted to share with you something important. Many RCA students have been asking about the next course of RCA, on what topic it will be, when it will be released, and so on. And today, I’ve decided to put an end to such questions. 🙂 Yes, the next RCA course will be about one of the most important topics, and often ignored topic, converting advantages into a win.

Why is it important?

Nowadays, many amateur and even intermediate-level players face real troubles in this area. They often reach a winning position or get an advantage, but somehow the advantage gets drifted away and sadly they end up drawing the game, or worse, even losing their games.
hard work gone just like thatBut it doesn’t stop there – after missing such victories, they convince themselves that they lost/drew their game because they blundered or their opponent fought back and played well. They completely fail to realize the fact that they are not able to convert advantages into a win, and as a result, the loop continues and the same thing happens in the near future.

How this Course will help YOU?

If you are facing the same problem, then the course “Converting Your Advantage into a Full Point” will be perfect for you. In this course, we will provide you with concrete ideas to help you convert your advantages successfully into a full point! The course will consist of 10 video lessons and a highly-instructive practical part.

Below is the e-cover of the course:
converting advantage into winWho is the author of the course? Well, I’m planning to keep it a surprise, so I’ve blurred it in the above e-cover. 🙂 But don’t worry, we will reveal more information (including the author’s name) about the course in the following days – stay tuned!

P.S. Meanwhile, do you have any guesses about the author of the course? Feel free to comment it below – I’ll be happy to see if your guess is right. 🙂


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