Chess Strategies: How To Make A Game Plan
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Chess Strategies: How To Make A Game Plan

Learn how to create plans during your games! Choose correct plans! Real examples from grandmasters games.
3.9 (8 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
1,907 students enrolled
Created by Viktor Neustroev
Last updated 6/2017
English
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Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Learn variety of chess plans
  • Learn what plans to apply in certain positions
  • Learn how to evaluate the position
  • Learn basic principles of how to create a plan
  • Be able to choose a correct plan
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Requirements
  • Only the rules of chess
Description

This course is about chess plans. The course is devoted to how to make a game plan in a certain position. I know it’s very hard to teach what plan to do, because positions are always different. There is no certain algorithm to make a successful plan. Everything depends on the position and concrete weaknesses of your opponent.

Everything is shown by examples. We analyze the games played by famous grandmasters and I explain you their plans such as:

  • How to Fix Pawn Weaknesses in the Endgame
  • Schematic Thinking
  • Attacking in a Closed Position
  • Improving the Position of the Worst Piece
  • Attacking the Pawn Weakness and Weak Square
  • Creation of 2 Weaknesses
  • How to Realize Advantage
  • How to Play an Equal Endgame
  • How to Play Symmetrical Positions
  • How to Use the Activeness of Your Pieces

I designed this course for beginners and club players with FIDE rating from 1200 to 2000. But if you don’t have FIDE rating, this is not a problem and it shouldn’t stop you from taking this course. This course will also help you to improve your positional playing skills.

After finishing this course, you will be able to apply these plans in your own games and I believe it will improve your performance!

With this course you also get:

  • unlimited lifetime access at no extra costs
  • all future additional lectures, game examples
  • never any questions asked full 30 day money-back-in-full guarantee

Sincerely, 

Viktor

Who is the target audience?
  • Club players with FIDE rating from 1200 to 2000
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Curriculum For This Course
13 Lectures
01:21:50
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Introduction
2 Lectures 09:05

How to evaluate the position
06:28
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Game plans with detailed expalanation
3 Lectures 25:41
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Complicated Plans
7 Lectures 46:38
Improve the position of the worst piece. Feigin - Flor
06:30

Attacking the Pawn Weakness and Weak Square. Najdorf - Averbakh
06:59

A Multi-Stage Plan. Creation of 2 weaknesses. Geller - Najdorf
07:31

How to realize advantage. Euwe - Averbakh
06:26

How to play an equal endgame. Znosko-Borovskiy - Alekhine
07:06

Symmetrical position. Capablanca - Alekhine
06:43

How to use the activeness of your pieces. Kramnik - Leko
05:23

Please, choose the move which starts the correct plan!

Choose the correct plan
4 questions
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About the Instructor
Viktor Neustroev
4.2 Average rating
293 Reviews
13,077 Students
23 Courses
​Commodity Market Analyst & Chess Coach

My name is Viktor Neustroev and I am a trader.

Since 2003 I have been trading financial markets starting with FOREX and then broadening horizons to commodity markets. Trading is all my life, but it really became a passion when I started trading options. Trading financial markets gives people what they really want - financial independence.

I am also a chessplayer and a chess coach for my daughter (you can find my name in FIDE rating list). Why I like financial markets? Because it's like chess, when you know the rules, but you don't need to play against the market. Just follow your plan, again and again!

To sum up, I am here to share my trading experience. I believe that everyone wants to leave a trace in history and I see my mission in teaching and making people's life better.