RCA YouTube Channel 50K Subscribers – Giveaway!


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I am very happy to say that the RCA YouTube Channel has got more than 50,000 subscribers – this is a huge milestone for us! Thanks to all for your support; it definitely wouldn’t have happened if it wasn’t for you. But we don’t want to end this just by saying ‘thank you’.

50K Subscribers – Special Giveaway

The RCA YouTube Channel was started in the year 2012. Today, it has got more than 51K subscribers and 6 million views! And we want to celebrate this achievement with you, who made this possible! We are conducting a giveaway on our YouTube channel, where you get a chance to win an RCA chess course! 😊
RCA YouTube Giveaway

How to participate?

The rules for the giveaway are very simple and straightforward:

  • Step-1: The Giveaway is only for the RCA YouTube Channel subscribers – therefore, make sure you subscribe to our channel!
  • Step-2: Comment below the “Giveaway video” (shown below) anything about chess – your thoughts about the game, why you love it, your favourite chess grandmaster(s), your favourite chess opening(s), your favourite tactics and even your favourite RCA chess course(s) or guest author(s) – and whatnot!

NOTE: You should comment below the “Giveaway video” on YouTube to participate, NOT below this blog-post! 

And you are done! 😊

Note: You can also follow us on Instagram for an additional entry, which will increase your chances in winning the Giveaway. In this case, you will have to mention your Instagram ID/handle name in your comment below the Giveaway video (mentioned in step-2).

The last date to participate is Monday, 30 September! Any comment posted after this date will not be considered.

How are the winners chosen?

There will be 28 winners for the Giveaway. Out of all the comments below the video, 28 comments will be picked out completely RANDOMLY – so, all the participants have an equal chance to win the Giveaway.

What do the winners get?

Each and every winner of the Giveaway will get an RCA chess course completely FREE! The total prize is worth about a massive $2500 USD! The first randomly-picked winner will get the course “Calculate Till Mate”, which is worth $149 USD.

Therefore, the winners will have the possibility to select another course (worth the value of the course he/she won) if he/she has already bought the course he/she has won.

Note: We will reply to the winners’ comments for the Giveaway video to inform that they have won and to give the prize.

Below is the complete list of all the RCA courses which will be given to the winners – 28 courses for 28 winners:
RCA Giveaway PrizesHere is the Giveaway video (you will have to comment below this video to participate):
 

 
Good luck, guys! 😊

UPDATE – Giveaway ended!

The giveaway has ended and the winners were chosen. Below is the list of winners and the courses they have won:
RCA Giveaway Winners

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  1. Once you catch the chess bug it’s very difficult to let it go. Even though you calculate each move there is always a different solution you could have chosen, thus making each game unique. Each game is a learning experience and you never stop learning when playing chess.

  2. I love contests. Remote Chess Academy is a great sight with excellent teaching videos of which I have many.
    Hopefully my next one will be free as a winner but if not I know what my next purchase will be. Thanks to Remote Chess Academy for running this contest and good luck to all. God bless.

  3. Thanks Buddy, “Chess is like a close friend – a friend who never fails you!” Take care and good luck in chess and life. Your Chess Friend, LARS-JOHAN ANDERSSON under his pen name the BUDDYINSIDER – Instagram ID/buddyinsider

  4. chess l love. It is a wonderful game. When you play a game there is complete focus of mind and body and takes you into a another dimension. I play game a game after a meditation, it helps.
    My favourite player is Fischer, Kasparov, Karpov and Bronstein.
    The course I liked is the grand master secrets.

  5. I love the game,remote academy has taught me that having system of thinking if vital,my player is Magnus carlsen.my opening is bongo indians

  6. Igor, your are one of the most professional coaches on the web. You gave me a lot of help and pleasure with your work. Thank you a lot and I wish you the best for your future!

  7. Hi Buddy! Excuse my delay. It took 37 years before I resumed chess. Now, I could make a long explanation for my silence, but I do not any more than that you are not the only one who waits for a response from me. But those great moments I had watching TV with my grandparents, mom and dad, and my other siblings, when Sweden met the Soviets in ice hockey. Today, hockey lost its status as a hit. Why one may ask. I started playing chess as a child. But I really fell in love with Chess when American champion Bobby Fischer met with Russian great Boris Spassky in Reykjavík, Iceland for the World Championship of Chess in 1972. It was a HUGE media event watched worldwide. And I was one of the millions of kids who hung on every move of that magnificent match. Over the years I played a lot of chess. Later, when pursuing a career as a processional hockey athlete, I put Chess away for another day. Happy to say Chess is back in my life. But of course chess is more rewarding in the long run than what hockey is? Chess can go on with old age. Naturally, I filled the 55th. For each year that passes, I appreciate more and more chess. But it’s slow. It became far, hope you could read it. Take care and good luck in chess and life. Your Chess Friend, LARS-JOHAN ANDERSSON under his name the BUDDYINSIDER Ps! The Grandmaster’s Secrets – Instagram ID/buddyinsider

  8. Chess was and will continue to be a game of all ages and all categories without exception and its enjoyment is beyond description; that’s why I love
    Chess, in my personal opinion, Mikhail Botvinnik is the greatest professor who, in my opinion, is a prominent teacher and a separator between the old chess and modern chess. In the first place, however, the tactic has a decisive role in it and the tactic “Interference” is a distinctive tactic I have;
    for its beauty and because it often decides the game, and the most beautiful courses of our teacher Igor Smirnov is ” Calculate Till Mate”>>

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