October 14, 2012

Review the chess course The Grandmaster's Openings Laboratory

Contains the video lessons:
Lesson 1: “Forget about the openings!”
In this lesson, I will tell you how to minimize your efforts and maximize your achievements in the opening preparation. You will know:
The practical recommendations of successful play in the opening stage.
The meaning of an opening preparation.
The strategic principles of playing the openings.
The right way of thinking in the opening, which will allow you to find the best moves in any openings.
The difference between opening preparation for different levels of players.
The typical mistakes in an opening preparation.
Lesson 2: “How to choose the openings?”
After a study of this lesson you will know:
The huge mistake which almost all the players (below the Grandmaster’s level) make.
How to increase your chances in the games against stronger opponents.
The concrete recommendations regarding which openings to play.
I will warn you against the wrong opening choices that make it much harder for you to play the opening successfully.
Which openings fit different levels of players better?
How to make the situation much more comfortable for you and uncomfortable for your opponent.
The practical recommendations which will help you to get the best effect from your training.
Which openings fit your style better and what actually a good style is?
When and how you should change your opening repertoire?
Lesson 3: “The practical description of all the openings”
In this lesson, I will tell you the PRACTICAL description of every main opening:
* Is it a recommended choice?
* It is a good opening exactly for you?
* Which problems will you have if you start using this opening?
* What it is necessary to be prepared for?
This lesson will develop your deep understanding of a chess game. Also you will know:
Which openings have forced some top Grandmasters to stop playing 1.e4 ?
Which openings will bring you good results during your whole chess career?
Which opening you should NOT use, even if they bring you good positions.
Which openings are necessary to play for EVERY chess player if he wants to become a Grandmaster?
Which openings will bring you the good practical results without much preparation work?
Lesson 4: “How to learn the openings effectively?”
During this lesson, I will show you the Grandmaster’s openings preparation in a real time mode! After learning the 4th lesson, you will clearly understand:
How to learn the openings (step by step instruction).
How to learn the openings quickly and effectively?
Why does the considerable quantity of opening material only take away more time and not bring real results?
How to use effectively the opening books, chess databases, and internet resources.
The typical mistake in the learning of an opening.
How to take the best effect from your opening preparation for your preparation before the tournament game.
How to use effectively the chess engines (like Fritz, Rybka, etc). Also you will find one very important warning here.
How to systematize your opening knowledge and get the “clear picture” of the concrete opening.
One important practical advice. The players who ignore it waste a lot of time on learning the openings without any real results.
The special recommendation from Anatoly Karpov, which he has used during the preparation for World Championship matches.
Lesson 5: “Your powerful opening repertoire”
During this lesson you will receive the complete instruction regarding the proper study of the openings from the practical part of the course (and all other openings as well). Also you will study:
The psychological principles of an effective opening study.
Which elements are the most important during an opening study?
How to take get the best effect from training games?
The practical advice about how to apply your opening preparation during the real game. A lot of people have lost the games, because they didn’t know these rules!
How to improve your opening preparation and develop your opening repertoire? Three main Grandmaster’s secrets which allow players to win games in the opening stage.
How do Grandmasters find the new ideas in the openings?
How to prevent an unpleasant opening surprise?
One really powerful resource, which will provide a qualitative change in your opening knowledge. I am 99% sure that you haven’t used it yet (or at least haven’t used all the advantages from this method).
"It is not the end of the course!
It is only a beginning..."

Contains the practical part:
After a huge practice (as a player and a coach) I have realized which openings work better for different level players. With pride, I want to offer you a

You will receive all the materials necessary for learning these openings.
Thus, the practical part contains 35 opening lines for your complete opening repertoire. The materials presented for every opening:
The theory database in *.pgn format
I have already selected all the best lines and have analyzed them. So you will study only the NECESSARY information. Again, you will not learn everything, but only what exactly you need. Using this way, you will study the opening quickly and effectively.
All the theory lines contain my text commentaries. These explanations will allow you to understand clearly all the important ideas and plans regarding this opening.
The selection of the most instructive games (over 600(!) best games for all the openings)
These games will help you to realize better the standard plans and ideas of an opening. Again, you will not study everything, but only the best and only what exactly you need.
The detailed instructions about what and how exactly you should study
It will guarantee that you will study the course properly and will get the best effect.

If you...
  • want to create your complete powerful opening repertoire on the Grandmaster’s level in a short period of time.
  • want to make your pre-game preparation easy, quick and extremely effective. 
  • want to find some novelties, which will give you a strong advantage over your opponents.
then click on the picture below and get this course from Remote Chess Academy!