Exchange Pieces

Exchange Pieces
Why This Course Created? One of the most important chess skills is to understand which pieces to exchange and which not! In order to do that you need to understand the situation on the board and know the real value of the pieces. This is why we put our best foot forward to create this chess course ...Read more
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Why This Course Created?

One of the most important chess skills is to understand which pieces to exchange and which not! In order to do that you need to understand the situation on the board and know the real value of the pieces. This is why we put our best foot forward to create this chess course "Exchange Pieces like a Pro".

Less experienced players try to swap off pieces of equal value in order to make the situation easier of archive the draw... However, this is far from true because strong players try to keep only the important pieces on the board. They can read the board differently that you. A strong player can trick you easily with an exchange and after that your counterplay will be extremely limited.

In the other hand, if you would like to play for a win you need to create an imbalance on the board. You may like to exchange bishop for a knight or two minor pieces for a rook. In the light of that, mastering the exchanges technique can help you win more games. The correct exchanges effect the position can change the evaluation of the game dramatically.

Sometimes you can isolate an opponent piece, keep it out of the action. Even if you have equal material on the board you could end up loosing or winning thanks to an isolated piece. International Master Asaf Givon explains this idea in details during the theoretical lessons.

Powerful Practical tasks

It is necessary to be able to apply the theoretical knowledge into your games. In order to do that we prepare the practice which contains 50 illustrative examples. You can test yourself with these position by apply your knowledge. After that you'll be able to use your new skills into real chess games with success.

Curriculum

  1. Introduction // 04:00
  2. Hierarchy of the Chess Pieces // 07:30
  3. How to Choose Your Other Half? // 23:00
  4. Evaluate the Chess Pieces Like a Pro // 03:30
  5. The 5 Most Important Rules on Trades // 12:30
  6. Exchange Material for Precious Stones // 12:30
  7. Isolating a Bad Piece // 17:30
  8. Defensive Exchanges // 19:30
  9. Good Endgame // 16:30
  10. Create Weaknesses // 19:00
  11. Create Weaknesses // 19:30
  12. Decision Making-Exchanges or not // 14:30
  13. Material Advantage // 15:30
  14. Space Disadvantage // 20:00

 

Meet The Authors

IM Asaf Givon

Asaf Givon

Asaf Givon is an International Master has played for the Kfar Saba team in the first Israeli chess league. He got his IM title at 2013, and he currently has 2 GM norms. He started teaching chess since he was 16.

Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris is a professional chess coach, theorist and FIDE National Instructor. Born Ioannina - Greece (1982) with International FIDE rating 1900 ELO. He is co-author and Academy manager for the Remote Chess Academy. As a chess teacher, he has been happily teaching chess since he was 20. He started teaching chess in primary schools, organize lessons in chess clubs, private classes and online teaching.


“Exchange Pieces Like a Pro” is a comprehensive course which will teach you how to think in all phases of the chess game. More specifically, it will help you understand when and how to exchange your pieces with your opponents. Study this course and copy the winning techniques into your games, so you can play like a really strong player!


 

  • 30-DAY MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE
  • $79.00
  • UNLIMITED ACCESS
  • 3 HOURS, 20 MINUTES
  • COMMENTED GAMES FOR PRACTICE
  • AVAILABLE FOR DOWNLOADING
  • ACCESS ON MOBILE, DESKTOP, TABLET

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