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If your life is anything like mine, you don’t have time to read 1500 page chess books and want a more efficient way to jump ahead at chess.
Now, I don’t want you to think that any videos and courses can magically turn you into a 2500 GM overnight. However, I can help you rapidly improve at chess. Here’s how:
Every chess player has their strengths and weaknesses. To get the most improvement in the least amount of time you need to identify those weaknesses and fix them.
This is where my Club Player’s Manifesto is of huge value. As an enthusiast of both foreign languages and chess, I can tell you there is nothing worse than trying to learn a skill on your own and then developing bad habits.
Like many people, I learned the hard way that fixing bad habits in your chess is much harder than not developing them in the first place.
That’s why it’s not how much you study but what you study that is so crucial from 1200-1800 level. It’s at this level that your habits solidify.
I spent most of 2013 and 2014 putting together the Club Player’s Manifesto.
During that time I interviewed dozens of club level players and analyzed their games to figure out their main weaknesses.
Why? I wanted to figure out the most common “bad habits” for club level players in each aspect of chess (attacking, defending, openings, endgame), and create a comprehensive lesson for each topic explaining how they should be played and why.
The Club Player’s Manifesto: Ultimate Edition includes 20 volumes and over 50 hours of valuable video instruction recorded personally by me, GM Damian Lemos.
Plus you get PGNs of every game covered so you can plug them into your favorite chess engines, and chapter summaries and puzzles for every lesson so you can test your new knowledge.
The first 10 volumes (Empire Chess #51-60) focus on attacking, tactics and defense.
The next 10 volume follow-up (Empire Chess #71-80) released in 2014, focuses on advanced positional play, maintaining a Grandmaster mindset, advanced calculation secrets, and high-level attacking play.
Both sets are appropriate for people in the Elo range of 1200 to about 2000, though the second set of volumes is slightly more advanced.
This 20 volume set has gone on to become the #1 best-selling item in the iChess shop, with club players around the world reporting great results with The Club Player’s Manifesto: Ultimate Edition.
If you want to make rapid progress with your chess by building powerful, positive habits and absorbing the material that will be most useful to you over-the-board then make sure you have a look at the Club Player’s Manifesto: Ultimate Edition.
Remember, if you aren’t happy with the course for any reason, let us know and you won’t have to pay a penny. We’re the only chess eCommerce retailer that allows returns on digital downloads!