Chess Course for Future Chess Masters
Create your own chess luck. "Luck is what happens when preparation meets opportunity". This amazing chess course is designed for self-learning but also suitable for parents and coaches who teach children.
Prepare and study and your time will come
After you finish the course you will play like a chess champion.
Have you heard of Tigran Petrosian?
Before his chess career, Tigran Petrosian was a street cleaner. Chess helped him to improve his life. He was the World Chess Champion from 1963 to 1969.
Designed for self learning
How to study
Course StructureFREE PREVIEW
How Chess Pieces Move
Checkmating with Rooks
Checkmate With Rook and King
Checkmate With Queen and King
En passantFREE PREVIEW
Sample Game Of Winning With En PassantFREE PREVIEW
Fight For The Centre Of The Board
Two Moves Checkmate
Four Moves Checkmate
Defending Against Scholar's Mate
The Lone Bishop Mate
The Smothered Mate
The Legal Trap
The Delayed Suicide Mate
The Blackburne Shilling Gambit
A Thunder From A Clear Sky
Copy Cat Game
Checkmate in 2
6.Intro To Miniatures
6.0 Paul Morphy vs Duke Karl / Count Isouard Paris 1858
6.2 Queen's Adventures
6.3 Grob Attack Garcia vs Marques Cullera 2006
6.4 Gibald vs Lapard
6.5 M Meyer vs D Newcomb Los Angeles 1952
6.6 Krejcik vs NN
6.7 Gibaud vs Lapard Paris 1924
6.9 Bogoljubov E vs Andersen Prague 1931
6.8 Gioachino Greco vs NN Rome 1620
6.10 Stevenson vs S Mariotti Nottingham 1868
6.11 Essery vs Warren England 1912
6.12 Rudolf L'Hermet vs Hagemann Magdeburg 1888
6.13 Joseph Henry Blake vs Hooke London 1891
6.14 Barney vs Mccrum Dayton 1969
6.15 Warren vs Bill Wall North Carolina 1975
6.16 Fernandez vs Jose 1996
6.16 Konstantin Chernyshov vs Andrzej Lesiak URS 1969
6.17 Berthold Bartsch vs Jennen Germany 1948
6.19 Shoup vs Marshall F Sioux City1906
6.21 Brause vs N.N 1997 ICC
6.22 Eric Staak vs A Fereday Adelaide 2010
6.23 Muhlock vs Borislav Kostic Koln 1912
6.24 Gavin Haydn vs Eric Staak Adelaide 2009
6.25 Budapest Defense Line
6.26 Fidlow vs Busic USA 1952
6.27 Tapio Helin vs Jyrki Kiltti Hyvinkaa 1996
6.28 Gioachino Greco vs NN Europe 1620
6.29 Rusakov vs Verlinsky Moscow 1947
6 30 Stevenson vs Day Correspondence game 1944
6.31 Bernhard Fleissig vs Carl Schlechter Vienna 1893
6.32 Deep Blue (Computer) vs Garry Kasparov: New York 1997
6.1 Schulder vs Boden London 1860
4. How To Evaluate A Chess Posiiton
The Famous Checkmate Patterns-Part 1FREE PREVIEW
The Famous Checkmate Patterns-Part 2FREE PREVIEW
The Italian Game
2 Captain W D Evans vs Alexander McDonnell: London 1825
Paul Morphy vs Alonzo Morphy: New Orleans 1849
Paul Morphy vs Ernest Morphy: New Orleans 1850
Adolf Anderssen vs Jean Dufresne: Berlin 1852
Georges Koltanowski vs Day: San Francisco, Simul blind 1960
Dr Bowdler vs Henry Seymour Conway: Europe 1788FREE PREVIEW
Future Chess Masters
As a new chess player, it’s essential to become familiar with the most critical situations you’re likely to encounter at the board.
You will learn to build up “pattern recognition” by examining the most common tactics, checkmate patterns and opening traps.
Once you have this foundation, you will proceed to learn more complex game like attack on the opponent’s weakest square.
You’ll be absorbing the very best attacking ideas from legends such as Paul Morphy, Alexander Alekhine, Mikhail Tal, Bobby Fischer and Garry Kasparov.
These ideas and games are so memorable, you’ll be ready to employ them in your own games whenever the opportunity arises.
About the Author:
Mato Jelic is one of the most popular chess presenters and teachers, who mainly focuses on helping beginners at reaching new heights and advancing at chess. His lessons are simple and effective – and thousands of novices are swarming to them for chess tips.
What Did other say about Mato
Mato Jelic has improved my chess skills to such an extent that it can only be described... Poetically. For example, i would say that Mato’s chess school subtly teaches me deep appreciation for chess game. Over the years there were great improvements to my chess skills, tactics and increased depth or amount of moves that i can calculate efficiently. Such improvements, in my opinion, can be attributed mostly to Mato’s own, personal fascination with chess. And hence his ability to analyse and carefully word-out complex chess ideas for us in a manner that is most comprehensive and as much entertaining.
Mato is the #1 chess publisher of all time. It’s that simple. Best pace, best voice, best sense of humour. There is no better way to understand the intricacies and tactics of chess than learning from Mato. He has a knack for understanding how people understand
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Lyndon b from Dubai
Greetings from Dubai
I’m a hobby player but my ranking has always been between 1500-1550 for a long time.
I’ve been following your games almost every day on YouTube and my chess mind has improved a lot!
My online ranking as of yesterday is 2010.
Thank you, sir!
How is this course going to help me?
With your knowledge built up, this chess course will show you how to develop the skills you need for success at the chessboard. You’ll learn how to look at a position, evaluate it, find weaknesses and construct a winning plan.
This is a complete chess improvement plan to help you become stronger in every single aspect of the game.
You’ll discover the unique elements of strong endgame play – a key area for getting the full point in tournaments and one often overlooked by chess students.
With 14 hours of brilliant instructive content in this chess improvement plan, FUTURE CHES MASTER gives you everything you need to make serious gains in your chess!