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18-11-2021, 13:10

Exchanging Pieces in Chess & Zero to Hero Training

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Exchanging Pieces in Chess & Zero to Hero Training
Exchanging Pieces in Chess & Zero to Hero Training
Duration: 4h 3m | Video: .MP4 1280x720, 30 fps(r) | Audio: AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | Size: 1.98 GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English

Exchanging pieces is something that will occur in the vast majority of chess games. Additionally, there can be not one but several exchanges in a game, that can impact a position decisively.
Would you like to know exactly when you should and when you should not exchange pieces in your games?
Welcome to my "Exchanging Pieces in Chess - Zero to Hero Training" course.
My goal on this course is to help you become a better chess player by improving your understanding of exchanges. I want to guide you so that you know how to evaluate all the key elements to make better decisions during your games.
This course is for anyone who is overwhelmed by the possible exchanges that can occur throughout a game. This course will also help players who don't know how exchanges done on one move that don't give a material advantage affect that position several moves later.
In this course, you'll learn:
The key ideas to quickly evaluate if a piece exchange is good or not for you
How to quickly benefit from an exchange
How to use exchanges for long term advantages
Practical skills after working on the activities that I'll give you
In the last part of the course, I include a section on which I comment games while I play them to try to apply what we learned immediately and in a fun way.
By enrolling today, you gain lifetime access to the course, including a summary of everything that we'll learn that will help you to evaluate exchanges in any position that you want to study.
Sign up now, and let's become better chess traders!
Are there any course requirements or prerequisites?
This course is for anyone who understands the chess rules. You should ideally know chess notation, although it will be explained to those who are not familiar with it in the "What You Need to Do the Course" video.
Who this course is for:
This course is for chess players who are not sure when pieces (or equal or different value) should be traded
This course is also great for players who are not sure about how to recapture pieces back or who don't know how exchanges impact a position in the long run
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