E-DVD The Attacking Masterclass with IM Mat Kolosowski
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How much time do you spend on training your attacking skills? As many as 90% of chess players spend nearly ZERO!
Nine out of ten players don’t develop the most important chess skill at all… how crazy is that?
Can you imagine a pro basketball player that doesn’t practice his shots, a boxer that doesn’t train his punches or a soccer player not training his kicks? Hardly.
It’s not any different in chess. If you want to win games, you got to know how to attack and how to do it well. Attacking is bread-and-butter of all strong players because it is much more efficient than defending. That’s the only way to get consistent and predictable results.
The problem is…
Simply developing pieces and playing “logical” moves don't work anymore. Strong attacking positions don’t just appear out of nowhere.
What should you do?
The only way of achieving a strong attacking position is building it yourself. That takes a huge chunk of randomness out of the equation. This puts you in control. The big question remains… HOW to build this kind of position and crash your opponents?
Attacking Masterclass with IM Mat Kolosowski gives you a clear blueprint for achieving a favorable position and turning it into the "win". IM Kolosowski combines two decades of his own experience with the ideas of the top players from the past and presents delivering the most complete, up to date "college level" course on Attacking Chess.
This 10-hour course is broken down into 4 parts and 19 chapters, one for each and every theme. After studying this course, and following its plans and ideas you will significantly improve as Attacking Player.
Armed with the new knowledge you will be in control of your games and will make your opponent’s life that much harder!
|Delivery Time||Immediate Delivery|
|Popular Collections||The Chess World|
|Publication Date||May 1, 2018|
|Runtime||10 Hours 9 min|
|Hardware Requirements||Works on both Windows and Mac-based Computers|