Move by move - (how to) get into a master's mind!

by ChessBase
7/28/2022 – The best way to improve at chess is to carefully study master games, stop at certain positions and think about candidate moves. Doing this on your own can be difficult and tiresome, but on this video course, you will be guided by world renowned trainers!

Move by move - (how to) get into a master's mind! Move by move - (how to) get into a master's mind!

The best way to improve at chess is to carefully study master games, stop at certain positions and think about candidate moves. Doing this on your own can be difficult and tiresome, but on this viddeo course, you will be guided by worldrenowned trainers!

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Move by move - (how to) get into a master's mind!

by Daniel King, Simon Williams, and Robert Ris

Daniel King, Simon Williams and Robert Ris present 10 selected games from top tournaments. Thoroughly explaining the ins-and-outs of the position, in key moments they put you to the test.

You enter your candidate move, then you will get video feedback from the authors, depending on your choice. 

Watch how this is done, in the video:

Typically, all candidate moves are covered, i.e. you don’t only get to know why the solution is right, but also why other continuations are wrong, enabling you to learn from your mistakes.

These carefully chosen examples on this video course are part of the “Move by move” column in ChessBase Magazine and cover a lot of topics: attack, defence, tactics, strategy, opening, traps, initiative, endgame and many more – in short, the perfect course to improve every aspect of your game!

  • Video running time: more than 9 hours (English)
  • With interactive training including video feedback
  • 10 games with 170 video questions

Move by move - (how to) get into a master's mind!

The best way to improve at chess is to carefully study master games, stop at certain positions and think about candidate moves. Doing this on your own can be difficult and tiresome, but on this viddeo course, you will be guided by worldrenowned trainers!

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