How to think like a strong player
What you’ll learn
Select the best option out of a few alternatives based on positional factors and tools they’ll learn about.
Students need to know chess coordinates, be aware of tactical terminology, and have some playing experience.
A lot of students look at grandmaster games and say, “I’ll never be able to find that move!”. This course will straighten out your thinking process which will allow you to avoid jumping to quick conclusions, find moves based on the demands of the position, and learn how to create serious problems for the opponent.
Who this course is for:
- Players who want to understand the thinking process in chess, and perfect their decision-making process.
- Head Coach at Canada Youth Chess Club
- Mike learned chess from the age of 4 and achieved his current title of Fide Master at the age of 20. He has been teaching for over 8 years now and wants to see the next generation of Canadian chess juniors surpass him :). In the future, Mike still wants to attain the International Master title and still plays competitively a few times a year. He tries to teach what he would have liked to be taught when he was growing up, in an entertaining manner based on stories, jokes, and games.