World Chess Championship 2018 Carlsen - Caruana Tie Breaks.
- Rules of chess.
- Some basic understanding.
This is a free course for chess lovers. No matter how skilled you are, beginner or expert, this course is for everyone.
After 12 draws in classical part of the match, many chess lovers found World Chess Championship very boring and they were waiting for the tie breaks (because during the tie breaks there is less time to think and players have to think and play faster). And chess lovers all over the world were not disappointed. World Champion Magnus Carlsen showed a very strong game and won this match, retaining World Champion's title one more time.
Who this course is for:
- Everybody who loves chess.
- If you are a chess enthusiast and you love to follow the games of strongest grand masters, you are welcome.
- 14:22Round 1
- 08:20Round 2
- 12:50Round 3
Hello everybody :)
My name is Tigran Petrosyan and I'm an International Master of chess from Armenia, currently living in USA. I've been playing chess already 19 years, 9 of them professionally. I had many successes, being from national champion of Armenia to youth Olympic champion and I won many international Open CHESS tournaments.
Now I switched to programming, because it also seems very interesting to me, but my passion will always be chess.
I want to share my chess experience with my students to increase their chess skills I can't wait to see you in my courses.
So I hope the knowledge I give you will be really helpful in your future chess career.