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E-DVD - MASTER METHOD - The Ekaterina Atalik Method - IM Ekaterina Atalik - Over 15 Hours of Content!

Atalik's All-Around Guide for Club Players
IM Atalik leaves no stone unturned in improving your game. The insights and advice contained in the Ekaterina Atalik Method will save you from years of hit-and-miss learning and give you powerful ideas and training methods you can put into practice right away.
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Description / E-DVD - MASTER METHOD - The Ekaterina Atalik Method - IM Ekaterina Atalik - Over 15 Hours of Content!

Chess Strategy for Club Players: The Atalik Master Method

Atalik’s All-around Guide For Club Players – The Atalik Method

IM Ekaterina Atalik

The game of chess is usually broken down into 3 distinct stages – the opening, middlegame, and endgame. To become a strong player, you need to master all 3. After all, getting an advantage out of the opening is no use if you can’t convert it in the endgame.

In this superb 15-hour chess strategy training program, IM Ekaterina Atalik, one of the world’s top 30 female players, reveals her method for improving play in each of these stages.

  • Follow the 3 key opening principles – but not dogmatically.
  • Know your terrain in the most essential pawn structures and find a plan in any middlegame position.
  • Acquire grandmaster-level knowledge of theoretical endgames.

IM Atalik leaves no stone unturned in improving your game. The insights and advice contained in the Ekaterina Atalik Method will save you from years of hit-and-miss learning and give you powerful ideas and training methods you can put into practice right away. 

Introduction: About this course

Part 1: Chess Openings

  • Introduction

    Chapter 1: Center
  • Part 1: Wenjun – Zhongyi
  • Part 2: Grischuk – So

    Chapter 2: Development of the Pieces
  • Part 1: Topalov – Ponomariov
  • Part 2: Kramnik – Leko
  • Part 3: Schweitzer – Atalik

    Chapter 3: King Safety
  • Part 1: General Ideas
  • Part 2: Najer – Bocharov
  • Part 3: Topalov – Ivanchuk

    Chapter 4: Gambits
  • Part 1: Jobava – Grischuk
  • Part 2: Fedorov – Shirov

    Chapter 5: Exceptions In The Opening
  • Part 1: Atalik – Krush
  • Part 2: Aronian – Kramnik
  • Part 3: Lasker – Miesis

Part 2: Middlegame Strategy

  • Introduction

    Chapter 6: Isolated Pawns
  • Part 1: Baglan – Atalik
  • Part 2: Rodshtein – Zifroni
  • Part 3: Bu – Guseinov

    Chapter 7: The Small Center
  • Part 1: Capablanca – Chajes
  • Part 2: Polugaevsky – Tal

    Chapter 8: Hanging Pawns
  • Part 1: Bernstein – Capablanca
  • Part 2: Rubinstein – Nimzowitsch
  • Part 3: Fischer – Spassky

    Chapter 9: Piece Activity
  • Part 1: Svetushkin – Yue
  • Part 2: Lasker – Janowski

    Chapter 10: Castling on Opposite Sides
  • Part 1: Short – Kasparov
  • Part 2: Atalik – Yildiz

Part 3: Endgame Play

  • Introduction

    Chapter 11: Fundamental Rook Endgames
  • Part 1: Theoretical Rook Endgames (1)
  • Part 2: Theoretical Rook Endgames (2)
  • Part 3: Capablanca – Menchik
  • Part 4: Theoretical Rook Endgames (3)

    Chapter 12: Bishop Endgames
  • Part 1: Opposite-Colored Bishop Endgames: General Rules and Ideas (1)
  • Part 2: Opposite-Colored Bishop Endgames: General Rules and Ideas (2)
  • Part 3: Opposite-Colored Bishop Endgames: Defensive Ideas
  • Part 4: Endgames with Bishops of the Same Color (1)
  • Part 5: Endgames with Bishops of the Same Color (2)

    Chapter 13: Knight Endgames
  • Part 1: Knight vs. Pawns (1)
  • Part 2: Knight vs. Pawns (2)
  • Part 3: Knight vs. Pawns (3)
  • Part 4: Knight Endgames: One Extra Pawn
  • Part 5: Knight Endgames: Two Extra Pawns
  • Part 6: Complex Knight Endgames

    Chapter 14: Queen Endgames
  • Part 1: Essential Queen Endgames (1)
  • Part 2: Essential Queen Endgames (2)
  • Part 3: Practical Queen Endgames (1)
  • Part 4: Practical Queen Endgames (2)
  • Part 5: Practical Queen Endgames (3)

    Chapter 15: Pawn Endgames
  • Part 1: Essential Pawn Endgames (1)
  • Part 2: Essential Pawn Endgames (2)
  • Part 3: Practical Pawn Endgames (1)
  • Part 4: Practical Pawn Endgames (2)
  • Part 5: Practical Pawn Endgames (3)

 

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PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Delivery Time Immediate Delivery
Popular Collections Master Method
Publication Date Oct 1, 2018
Runtime 15 Hours
Hardware Requirements Windows / iOS / Android


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