Episode wise list of our celebrated video on demand Chess Dream Room course.
Thematic sacrifice (Nf7)
Thematic Sacrifices (Ne6)
Thematic Sacrifices (Bh6)
A castled king is more secure. Learn all about attacking an uncastled king.
How to attack a castled king?
Discussions of psychological issues encountered by chess players and how to overcome them.
What are the opening principles?
Opening principles (continued...)
Basics of the endgame theory.
Detailed explanation of forcing moves with examples.
Forcing moves (continued...)
How to "guard ahead of time"?
How does one sacrifice one's pawn to gain advantage?
The art of sacrificing one's pawn to gain advantage.
What's the drawback principle?
Pawn majority happens when one player has more pawns than the opponent in a given sector of the chessboard.
How do we take advantage of pawn majority?
Bishop and pawn endgame strategies
Bishop and pawn endgame strategies continued...
Double bishop vs bishop & knight
How do we go about improving our pieces.
Improving pieces continued...
Strategies for knight and pawn endgames.
Strategies for knight and pawn endings continued...
How to attack the king?
Attacking the king (continued...)
Strategies for preparing for tournament.
Strategies for rook and pawn endgames.
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