Karpov outperforms his opponents by targeting a better structure. He puts pressure on most of his opponents, sooner or later, and is unable to make some decisive errors.
In this course, we will be talking about the different techniques and the style that helped Karpov really become so great at the game of chess: What kind of openings he played; the type of structures that he liked to play and tried to strive for; the types of themes and plans that he implemented in his games, that would be reoccurring in many of his games.
The reason I chose to create this course about Karpov is because his style of play is extremely educational for virtually any chess player.
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