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Dream Room (Intermediate)

Chess lessons for people who understand the basics of the game and want to hone their skills (1100-2000 FIDE rating).

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Dream Room (Intermediate)
R B Ramesh
Grandmaster

About the Course

nurtr's Chess Dream Room is a cinematized chess course imparting chess wisdom from Grand Master R.B. Ramesh with other celebrated chess players, coaches, parents and mental trainers. All the players, right from beginners to 2500+ rating would find the content extremely useful.

In this course, we have decoded the training journey of chess prodigies like GM Pragg, GM Murali, GM Abhijeet, WIM Divya, WIM Rakshita, and many more.

nurtr's Chess Dream Room has sections for Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced players.


Dream Room is a structured roadmap towards being the best  player that you can be.

Course Content

What are you going to learn?

  1. Forcing the Moves: Part 1
  2. Forcing the moves: Part 2
  3. Discussions with Parents: Part 1
  4. Prophylaxis: Part 1
  5. Prophylaxis: Part 2
  6. Pawn Sacrifice: Part 1
  7. Pawn Sacrifice: Part 2
  8. The Drawback
  9. Pawn Majority: Part 1
  10. Pawn Majority: Part 2
  11. Prophylaxis: Part 3
  12. Discussions with Parents: Part 2
  13. Bishop & Pawn Ending: Part 1
  14. Bishop & Pawn Ending: Part 2
  15. Double bishop vs Bishop & Knight
  16. Improving Pieces: Part 1
  17. Improving Pieces: Part 2
  18. Knight & Pawn Endings: Part 1
  19. Knight & Pawn Endings: Part 2
  20. Attacking the King: Part 1
  21. Attacking the King: Part 2
  22. Discussions with Parents: Part 3
  23. Preparing for the Tournament
  24. Rook & Pawn Endings: Part 1
  25. King & Pawn Ending: Part 1
  26. Rook & Pawn Endings: Part 2
  27. Rook & Pawn Endings: Part 3
  28. The Accelerators: Part 1
  29. Active Defence: Part 1
  30. Discussions with Mental Trainer & A Chess Champ: Part 1
  31. Calculation Studies: Common mistakes
  32. Initiatives
  33. Learning from Classics
  34. Understanding the weak squares: Part 1
  35. Understanding the weak squares: Part 2
  36. Centralization
  37. King Activity
  38. Discussions with Mental Trainer & A Chess Champ: Part 2
  39. The Pawn Breaks: Part 1
  40. The Pawn Breaks: Part 2
  41. Building an opening repertoire
  42. Maintaining Tension
  43. The Intermediate Moves
  44. Simple Tactics
  45. Discussions with Mental Trainer & A Chess Champ: Part 3
  46. Attacking the King: Part 3
  47. Attacking the King: Part 4
  48. Preparing for before & after the game: At home
  49. Handling Pawns
  50. Solving Studies
  51. The Exchange Sacrifice: Part 1
  52. The Exchange Sacrifice: Part 2
  53. Discussions with Mental Trainer & A Celebrated Chess Coach: Part 1
  54. The Maneuver
  55. Bishop vs Knight: Part 1
  56. Bishop vs Knight: Part 2
  57. Queen & Pawn Endings: Part 1
  58. Queen & Pawn Endings: Part 2
  59. Exchanging Pieces: Part 1
  60. Exchanging Pieces: Part 2
  61. Playing on colors: Part 1
  62. Playing on colors: Part 2
  63. Discussions with Mental Trainer & A Celebrated Chess Coach: Part 2
  64. Which Rook?
  65. Improving the pieces
  66. Attacking the King: Part 5
  67. Exchanging the pieces
  68. The Bad Bishop: Part 1
  69. The Bad Bishop: Part 2
  70. The Bad Bishop: Part 3
  71. The Blockade & The Fortress
  72. QN vs QB
  73. Knight vs Bishop: Part 1 (Flohr)
  74. Knight vs Bishop: Part 2
  75. Rook and Pawn Endings: Part 4
  76. Rook and Pawn Endings:Part 5
  77. The Rook & Pawn Endings: Part 3
  78. Endgame Techiques: Karpov & Zvaginsev Games
  79. Important Endgames
  80. Playing with the double Bishops
  81. The Principal of two weaknesses
  82. Bishop & Pawn Ending: Part 3
  83. Bishop & Pawn Ending: Part 4
  84. Opposite colour Bishops: The Basics
  85. The Calculation: Explaination
  86. The Complex Calculation
  87. Discussions with two Indian prodigies
  88. Classification of Advantage & Assesement of Position
  89. Evaluation of Position
  90. Common mistakes by young players
  91. The Positional Play: Part 1
  92. The Positional Play: Part 2

Reviews

Lectures of nurtr's Dream Room program are simple to understand and recollect for a kid her age. She is always very eager to solve puzzles and apply the tactics explained in videos.

Parent of Shashini P., India

The best thing about nurtr is cost effective training with Grandmasters and the quality of the content.

Brock, USA

I always wanted one good trainer, but with nurtr you have all the wisdom from best chess trainers.

Justin, Australia