The Benko Gambit is an aggressive and tactical answer to 1.d4. Black has a lot opportunities to win games even to stronger opponents...
First things first I would like to thank you for visite the Rules Chess Strategies website. If you want to become better at chess, then this place is definitely right for you.
Why To Become Member On Rules Chess Strategies?
You can become a member for free of charge on the Rules Chess Strategies website, in order to enjoy unique and fantastic privileges such as:
- Access to free courses
- Free electronic chess book
- Short series "Learn, Play, Win"
- Course "Newbie-500"
- Be first to know the news
- Quick answers to your questions
- Be first in learning the great offers and opportunities
- Four extra chess lessons
- Access to the "grade yourself" tests
What Are The Free Lessons?
a) Improvement in chess
There are different types of free courses on the site that will cater to the needs of even the most demanding member. First of all, you can find for free the e-book I have made for you which is called "improvement in chess". This is a free e-book in PDF format, that means you can download it as well as read it on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. It is the first gift made through the website so that someone can give his mail and receive future notifications. While you, a member of the page, can download it. You will be able to access the additional special menu called "profile" and from there you can see this e-book as well.
b) Learn, Play, Win
This is the second free gift on the website; it's a series of free video chess lessons. It is a small course that I made many years ago but I have recently renewed it, at 2020. The duration of the courses is more than an hour and a half; the included lessons are:
- Lesson 01 Traps in the opening
- Lesson 02 Amazing attacks
- Lesson 03 Tactical puzzles
- Lesson 04 The biggest mistakes
The first lesson is everyone's favorite since there are many different traps at the beginning of the game, ie at the opening. With these traps you can beat your opponents very quickly but knowing them you will avoid short defeats. So the first lesson is very important for your improvement in chess. These lessons are not for the novice chess player. So I tried to make gifts for the whole range of chess players, whether you are a complete beginner or a more advanced in the chess ladder.
At some point in time, all chess players were amateurs to understand that whenever a grandmasters level player makes a move, they are playing every move after winning and losing so many games.