The Best Attacking Techniques at Chess

Topics: Chess Courses Instructor: Angelo Kesaris, GM Sergey Kasparov Level: Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
The great news is that you can learn how to attack effectively and easily! This is precisely why GM Sergey Kasparov and Angelo Kesaris decided to create this course, The Best Attacking Techniques in Chess. Inside this course, you will discover a comprehensive toolkit of techniques and strategies.

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Summary

36 Lessons
6 Hours of video
125 Lessons' PGNs

Course Outline

  • Chapter 1 – Thinking System
  • Lesson 1 – How to Create – Improve Your Thinking System
  • Lesson 2 – Create an Attack
  • Lesson 3 – Initiative

  • Chapter 2 – Attack 0-0
  • Lesson 4 – Attack-h7
  • Lesson 5 – Attack-g7
  • Lesson 6 – Attack-f7
  • Lesson 7 – Attack the 0-0 – Mixed Ideas
  • Lesson 8 – Pawnstorm With h
  • Lesson 9 – Pawnstorm With g
  • Lesson 10 – Pawnstorm With f
  • Lesson 11 – Pin-g7
  • Lesson 12 – The g3 Square
  • Lesson 13 – Rook Lift and h-file
  • Lesson 14 – The Doubled f-pawns
  • Lesson 15 – Greek Gift
  • Lesson 16 – 2 Bishops Sacrifice

  • Chapter 3 – Attack Fianchetto
  • Lesson 17 – Fianchetto Intro
  • Lesson 18 – Fantastic Defensive Ideas
  • Lesson 19 – Queen and Knight Combination
  • Lesson 20 – Bishop Absent
  • Lesson 21 – Fantastic Attacks
  • Lesson 22 – Sacrifices on Fianchetto

  • Chapter 4 – Attack 0-0-0
  • Lesson 23 – Boden’s Checkmate
  • Lesson 24 – The c2 Target
  • Lesson 25 – The b2 Target
  • Lesson 26 – Pawn Storm
  • Lesson 27 – Fantastic Sacrifices

  • Chapter 5 – Opposite Castling
  • Lesson 28 – Complicate The Position
  • Lesson 29 – Open Lines
  • Lesson 30 – Advance The Pawns
  • Lesson 31 – How To Defend
  • Lesson 32 – Sacrifices
  • Lesson 33 – KID – Beautiful Attack

  • Chapter 6 – Advanced Attacking Techniques
  • Lesson 34 – Attack With Opposite Colored Bishops
  • Lesson 35 – Final Killing Blow
  • Lesson 36 – Immortal Game

The Best Attacking Techniques at Chess

Attack in chess is a crucial skill to master. The eleventh World Chess Champion, Bobby Fischer, famously said, “Attack is the essence of chess.” It not only helps you win games but also enables you to triumph over even stronger opponents.

Why Was This Course Created?

First and foremost, you must develop your pieces from their initial positions, seize control of the center, and claim the initiative. As the first World Chess Champion, Wilhelm Steinitz, stated, “Whoever has the initiative should attack.”

The great news is that you can learn how to attack effectively and easily! This is precisely why GM Sergey Kasparov and Angelo Kesaris decided to create this course, “The Best Attacking Techniques in Chess.” Inside this course, you will discover a comprehensive toolkit of techniques and strategies.

After the opening phase, the enemy king will assume a specific and permanent position, providing you with a clear direction for your attack. You can opt to attack through kingside castling (0-0), fianchetto, or queenside castling (0-0-0). These techniques are already known to strong players, and by joining their ranks, this course is a perfect fit for you.

What Will Students Learn in Your Course?

  • Understand Chess Like a Strong Player
  • Develop Your Chess Thinking System
  • Learn How to Calculate Properly at Every Position
  • The Attacking Fundamentals
  • Advance Attacking Ideas and Motives
  • Steadily Increase Your Pattern Recognition
  • Develop Rock-Solid Confidence
  • Unleash your potential and become the chess player you are meant to be!

About the Authors:

GM Sergey Kasparov [FIDE 2546]

Grandmaster from Belarus, ELO 2465. More than 15 years of coaching experience with players of all levels from beginners to professionals, all over the world, both in person and Online, with children and adults. Languages: Russian, English. Author of 8 chess books and numerous articles in Chessbase, NIC, etc.

Angelo Kesaris [FIDE 1928]

is a professional chess coach and FIDE National Instructor with 20 years of experience. He started teaching chess in primary schools, organizing lessons in chess clubs, private classes, and online teaching. Kesaris quickly made a name for himself by publishing practical strategies that new players can use to improve their chess.

Outline:

Chapter 01 – Thinking System
Lesson 01 – How to Create – Improve Your Thinking System
Lesson 02 – Create an Attack
Lesson 03 – Initiative

Chapter 02 – Attack 0-0
Lesson 04 – Attack-h7
Lesson 05 – Attack-g7
Lesson 06 – Attack-f7
Lesson 07 – Attack the 0-0 – Mixed Ideas
Lesson 08 – Pawnstorm With h
Lesson 09 – Pawnstorm With g
Lesson 10 – Pawnstorm With f
Lesson 11 – Pin-g7
Lesson 12 – The g3 Square
Lesson 13 – Rook Lift and h-file
Lesson 14 – The Doubled f-pawns
Lesson 15 – Greek Gift
Lesson 16 – 2 Bishops Sacrifice

Chapter 03 – Attack Fianchetto
Lesson 17 – Fianchetto Intro
Lesson 18 – Fantastic Defensive Ideas
Lesson 19 – Queen and Knight Combination
Lesson 20 – Bishop Absent
Lesson 21 – Fantastic Attacks
Lesson 22 – Sacrifices on Fianchetto

Chapter 04 – Attack 0-0-0
Lesson 23 – Boden’s Checkmate
Lesson 24 – The c2 Target
Lesson 25 – The b2 Target
Lesson 26 – Pawn Storm
Lesson 27 – Fantastic Sacrifices

Chapter 05 – Opposite Castling
Lesson 28 – Complicate The Position
Lesson 29 – Open Lines
Lesson 30 – Advance The Pawns
Lesson 31 – How To Defend
Lesson 32 – Sacrifices
Lesson 33 – KID – Beautiful Attack

Chapter 06 – Advanced Attacking Techniques
Lesson 34 – Attack With Opposite Colored Bishops
Lesson 35 – Final Killing Blow
Lesson 36 – Immortal Game

Practice – Exercises

This course include powerful training exercises that will enhance your understanding and allow you to test your newfound knowledge. This scientific approach enables you to apply the concepts from the course directly in your own games, ensuring practical implementation.

  • Task 1 – 1000 – 1200 ELO = 10 Exercises
  • Task 2 – 1200 – 1400 ELO = 10 Exercises
  • Task 3 – 1400 – 1600 ELO = 10 Exercises
  • Task 4 – 1600 – 1800 ELO = 10 Exercises
  • Task 5 – 1800 – 2000 ELO = 10 Exercises

Chess Course Statistics

  • Video Lesson’s Duration – 373 (6.2 Hours)
  • Theoretical Examples – 76
  • Exercises – 50