Chess Middlegame - How to outplay your opponent
What you'll learn
- The weakness of the back rank and how to exploit it
- Operations on the 7th and 8th ranks with the help of your major pieces
- " Pawn on the 6th rank" and the tactical oppurtunities that it will give you
- Combinations connected with diagonals, which teaches you the power of bishop.
- Using perpetual check in defence
- How to improve worst placed piece to better place
- Combinations involving two files where especially rooks will take the main responsibility
- Combinations with long and blocked diagonals
- The chess player should have at least 1100-1200 online chess rating
After the opening stage, you reach a complex middlegame position with plenty of possibilities and have this big question in front of your eyes: what I should do next? For most of us the middle game part of the game is toughest moment, where basically the result of the game will be decided.
This course is designed for club level and intermdiate chess players (online chess rating 1200-2000) who is looking to improve the understanding of their middlegame. High-level middlegame technique requires a multitude of skills. Knowing what to apply and when - and exactly how - is what makes the master.
In this comprehensive course, you’ll learn how to:
❖ How to improve the worst placed piece to better place
❖ Combinations connected with diagonals, which teaches you the power of bishop.
❖ The weakness of the back rank and how to exploit it
❖ Operations on the 7th and 8th ranks with the help of your major pieces
❖ " Pawn on the 6th rank" and the tactical oppurtunities that it will give you
❖ Combinations involving two files where especially rooks will take the main responsibility
❖ Combinations with long and blocked diagonals
❖ Using perpetual check in defence
In chess having the positional vision really matters for that reason, we have the section about "Positional and Strategic Play" where you'll learn how to improve the worst placed piece to better spot and of course, one of the hardest thing how to evaluate the position. You'll understand that the key thing in positional chess is manouvering and in tactical chess calculation.
Also, this course would be really helpful who have a bad time management. After studying some tips, you'll start having less games with time trouble and you'll learn how to play if your opponent is in time trouble. Last but not least, winning the won positions could be for some chess players a difficult task, so you'll be guided what to do once you'll have the winning position.
Who this course is for:
- Club and amateur chess players
- For students who studied a lot of chess tutorials but whose results are unstable
- Chess players who is trying to improve their knowledge of the middlegame
- Players who have 1200-2000 online chess rating
Hey there! My name is Daler and I am a 20 year old FIDE Master. I have been been playing chess since I was 3 years old and train daily with my father and brother . I am a very active and dynamic player who has worked with a lot of different coaches and has coached many students as well. My specialty is tutoring beginners and younger students but I have several adult professional students as well. I got my FM title at the age of 15 and currently I'm working on to get IM norm.
Participated successfully in a lot of international tournaments and achieved high places.
-1st place in Asian Amateur Chess Championship in Brunei Darussalam(2015)
-1st place in Asian Chess Championship Under 15 (2016)
-Participated in World Chess Olympiad Under 16 (India, Ahmedabad 2017) and got the 4th place.
-1st place in Penang Open Under 16(Malaysia 2016)
-3rd place in Western Asian Chess Championship Under 18(Tashkent 2018)
-1st place in Almaty Open Under 18 (Kazakhstan 2017)
I've been working on different openings more than 5 years and my main goal by creating the opening courses is to share my opening knowledge, so people can build their own solid opening repertoires with both perspective that gives them pleasant positions once they'll get to the middlegame part.