First, I’d like to remind you of our new course “From opening to middlegame” by IM Asaf Givon. To celebrate the release of this course, we’re providing you with some really great offers.
You can get the course “From opening to middlegame” with a huge 20% discount, saving about $8 USD. Simply use the coupon “otm20”. If you don’t know how to use one, please see here. This offer will be valid only till Saturday, 17 June.
If you purchase the course “From opening to middlegame” on or before Saturday, 17 June (offer period) you will get another course by IM Asaf Givon “How to play like a chess PRO” (worth $15 USD) completely FREE! 🙂
Everyone chess player has his/her own Achilles heel – after all, we’re humans, and no one can always win. However, many chess players’ Achilles heel is the transition between the opening stage and the middlegame stage of a chess game.
After the opening moves are completed, they ask themselves “Okay, what now?”. Sadly, most of them do not really know what to do, and they play random moves and end up on the losing side. Now, let’s look at a practical example:
It is a typical position that depicts the transition between the opening and middlegame stage, and it’s Black to play. How should Black proceed here?
Okay, first, let’s take a quick scan at the pieces to see if we need to improve any of them and place in a better position.
So, what do you think? What should Black do here? What is your plan? Please, take this task seriously and try to come up with a good plan for Black and then you can watch the introduction video to the course “From opening to middlegame” below:
Is your analysis correct? Did you find the right plan for Black? If so, please accept my congratulations! 🙂
Asaf Givon is an International Master from Kfar Saba, Israel. His age is 22 and playing chess since 7. He is also playing for the Kfar Saba team in the first Israeli Chess League. He got the IM title in 2013, and ever since then, he is on the road to achieve the GM title. He currently has 2 norms.
He is teaching chess since he was 16 and he’s always very happy to teach people and to spread his love to the game.
I’m sure you’ll definitely learn a lot more from IM Asaf Givon in the course “From opening to middlegame”. Hurry up, you have about only 3 more days to grab the special offers – don’t miss it. Grab the course now!
P.S. If you’ve started studying the course, please write your feedback to us. You can share your thoughts in the comments below or send an email to [email protected] We’ll be very happy to read them. 🙂