Special 30% discount on opening courses – reminder


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First, I want to remind you of the special 30% discount I’ve provided you with on all the opening products of RCA. To be honest, there are a couple of reasons why I’m providing you with this discount.
30% discount

  • I’d like to help you improve your opening skills – that’s why I recommend you to study my opening courses.
  • For some of you, it might be difficult to pay the full price for some of my courses. Therefore, you can save some bucks by making of use of this limited period discount.

 

I’d also like to bring into light the question asked by one of the RCA students – a student wrote in the comments section of the previous article the following:
RCA Student Note: I took the following screenshot from the previous article (scroll down it to the comments area).

 

Now you have another reason to purchase the opening courses with the 30% discount – you will learn more about advance opening ideas used by top players in the world. Again, you can read the students’ feedback here to know their “success stories”.
Chess Opening courses 30% discount

<<Grab the opening courses with this discount>>

 

Note: the courses shown in the above link are already at their discounted prices. Therefore, you need not use any coupon.

 

Moreover, this offer will be valid only till Monday, 25 April. And after the study of the courses, we would love to hear your feedback about them; you may even share your “success stories”. 🙂

 

P.S. A new lesson prepared by one of the RCA students, FM Kevin Trujillo has been published– it’s about “Weak Squares” and you can go to the lesson by clicking here.
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  1. thankyou so much dear igor .you are just great.sir i am looking for a private chess coach in icc please suggest mei any of the coaches you might know .please give your insights.

  2. thankyou so much dear igor .you are just great.sir i am looking for a private chess coach in icc please suggest mei any of the coaches you might know .please give your insights.

      1. okk dear igor thankyuso much. sir i am asking because anish giri said in his interview that he studies chess through icc and it is only his source duriing his course of carrier.

        1. Many people hang on at icc, and most of them are beginner-intermediate level players. So when it comes to Anish Giri, you never know whether he became a top GM thanks to or despite of icc 🙂

          1. yes igor sir you are completely right top gms like giri don’t reveal their secret of joning chess school or clubs .but dear igor their are a lot of grandmster at icc for paid coaching.why people take coaching from them.if their coaching is ineffective.??and doesn’t produce results??

          2. Hi Ayush,
            Some chess players believe that being a strong chess player and being good coach is the same.
            Coaching students is different needs different skills.

            Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

          3. thanks for the reply.brother.byee tc.what new course is igor gonna produce next??

          4. I have some good ideas for the course about attack. However, I haven’t made a final decision about the topic of the next course yet. Most likely, I’ll make a survey in one of the next blog-posts, asking you what course you really need. Stay tuned 🙂

          5. dear igor us chess championship has just finished in which kasparov blitz challange is just awesome.can you please make a course on kasparov attacking skills.throughly.thanks.what are your views about aco chess school by alexie shirov.(amature chess orgaanization by gm lanka and shirov)

          6. Hi Ayush,
            Kasporov played well in the blitz challenge even though he has not played professional chess for a decade. He was doing really well.
            Blundered more than other players though.
            We will take your idea into consideration. He is a living legend for sure.

            Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

          7. thankyou sir for this reply .dear sir i want to know whether chess school of alexie shirov and gm lanka is effective or not please let mie give your suggestion in that area.thanks.

          8. Hi Ayush,
            Frankly, I don’t know much about that school and therefore can’t suggest my opinion about it.

            In any case, the primary part of your success is your personal efforts that you put in your training. You may get a guideline from a school or a coach, but unless you have a personal coach that you cooperate with intensively, your results will depend on you mainly. Don’t expect “a magical pill” from those schools 🙂

  3. okk dear igor thankyuso much. sir i am asking because anish giri said in his interview that he studies chess through icc and it is only his source duriing his course of carrier.

  4. Many people hang on at icc, and most of them are beginner-intermediate level players. So when it comes to Anish Giri, you never know whether he became a top GM thanks to or despite of icc 🙂

    1. dear igor today generation is totally based on internet and online training features because only a few people are able to join chess schools,engage private coach because of costly training sesssions.that’s why i am asking how i can choose any one coach from icc that you know very well??

  5. yes igor sir you are completely right top gms like giri don’t reveal their secret of joning chess school or clubs .but dear igor their are a lot of grandmster at icc for paid coaching.why people take coaching from them.if their coaching is ineffective.??and doesn’t produce results??

  6. Hi Ayush,
    Some chess players believe that being a strong chess player and being good coach is the same.
    Coaching students is different needs different skills.

    Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

  7. I have some good ideas for the course about attack. However, I haven’t made a final decision about the topic of the next course yet. Most likely, I’ll make a survey in one of the next blog-posts, asking you what course you really need. Stay tuned 🙂

  8. dear igor us chess championship has just finished in which kasparov blitz challange is just awesome.can you please make a course on kasparov attacking skills.throughly.thanks.what are your views about aco chess school by alexie shirov.(amature chess orgaanization by gm lanka and shirov)

  9. Hi Ayush,
    Kasporov played well in the blitz challenge even though he has not played professional chess for a decade. He was doing really well.
    Blundered more than other players though.
    We will take your idea into consideration. He is a living legend for sure.

    Prasaadh | Student Support Officer

  10. thankyou sir for this reply .dear sir i want to know whether chess school of alexie shirov and gm lanka is effective or not please let mie give your suggestion in that area.thanks.

  11. Hi Ayush,
    Frankly, I don’t know much about that school and therefore can’t suggest my opinion about it.

    In any case, the primary part of your success is your personal efforts that you put in your training. You may get a guideline from a school or a coach, but unless you have a personal coach that you cooperate with intensively, your results will depend on you mainly. Don’t expect “a magical pill” from those schools 🙂

    1. okk sir thankyou so much for your time.you are completely right igor.but sir what to do how to improve??what areyour views about bad bishop series of gm murray chandler ??

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