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Why this course was created?

Which pieces to keep and which to exchange is one of the most important questions in chess. Less experienced players often think exchanging means to swap pieces of equal value and fail to take strategic factors into account.

Of course, you have to keep the material balance in mind but it is crucial to realize how exchanges affect the position.

In this course, IM Asaf explains how to make decisions in exchanging the pieces, how to isolate the opponent’s bad pieces and how to create weaknesses.

 

Powerful Practical tasks

It is necessary to put the received knowledge into practice. There are 9 practical tasks (50+ games) in this course which will help you to understand and remember the ideas of the course better.

The training program has a detailed explanation on what and exactly how you should do the practical tasks.

Course Curriculum

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

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