Release of the course “From opening to middlegame”


The day is finally here – our new course “From opening to middlegame” is released today! This course deals with one of the biggest problems many chess players face – failing to realize the transition that occurs between the opening and middlegame stage.

Reach a playable middlegame

 
playable middlegame

The task in the opening stage is simple – to develop the pieces. However, things get more complicated when the middlegame stage arrives, as there are plenty of moves and variations that are hard to find and calculate properly.

 

In this course IM Asaf Givon will explain to you a lot of key ideas which you can put into practice immediately.

 

Key topics covered in the course

  •  Creating weaknesses
    • Exploiting weakness
      • Exchange pieces the right way
        • Find the right plan
          • Punish opening mistakes
            •  Exchange sacrifices
            • Special offers

              You can get this course with a huge 20% discount, saving about $8 USD. You can use the coupon “otm20” when making the purchase. If you don’t know how to use a discount code, please see here. This is a limited-period offer: it will be valid from today till Saturday, 17 June (inclusive).

              Today, I’m also revealing the special bonus you get as I promised. 🙂 If you purchase the course “From opening to middlegame” during the launch period (on or before Saturday, 17 June), then you can get another course “How to play like a chess PRO?” by IM Asaf Givon (worth $15 USD) for FREE!

              From Opening to Middlegame

              << Grab the offers today >>

               

              Important note: You can study the course on ANY device (even on non-windows device). We’re providing you with the course in e-book format (PDF) and you can study the video lessons separately as well. You can watch the tutorial video in the FAQ here.

              P.S. After the study of the course, please send us your feedback about it. You can either comment below or send an email to [email protected]

              • male Gupta

                thanks this is a great information sir igor the special secret was also awesome thanks a lot for this and providing discount.dear sir please do a chessbase tv show live with im sagar shah.this would be very helpful for students and interesting topic for you.

                • RCA_moderator

                  Hi Ayush,
                  Thanks for your appreciation.
                  That is an interesting suggestion. We will make a note of it.

                  Prasaadh | Support

                  • male Gupta

                    welcome sir .thanks dear sir attila turzo wants to become gm asap he has mentioned in chess forums.please help him to become gm.

                  • male Gupta

                    welcome sir .you are doing great byee tc.

                • Thanks for your ideas!
                  Btw, do you like the lessons of Asaf Givon?

                  • male Gupta

                    welcome sir yes sir i really like asaf givon vidoes they are better than david medimma.i will also purchase th course newly made.thanks sir for your time and reply.dear sir2 rounds to go in norway chess open will carlsen remain no 1??aronian is leading.

                    • It’s good to know you like the lessons of Asaf Givon, thanks for your feedback!

                      This tournament is a disaster for Carlsen. But he has a fighting spirit and may come back in better shape for future tournaments. Anyway, it’ll be more difficult for him now – other players got the conidence that Carlsen is not that ‘genius’ and can be beaten.

                      • male Gupta

                        yess sir thanks so much yesterday i watch all the vidoes of asaf givon please tell mei to explain moves more clearly because an very advanced players above 2200 can understand critical lines he is telling.ok.like marko makaj explain crystal clear.carlsen confidence is down when he lose games he got angry all the times that is the reason he suffer any way he is a very great player.


              Like this Post?

              Sign up for my blog updates and never miss a post.

              SEND

              You May Also Like This