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Home Week news. Profile References. All rights reserved. Perhaps you are trying to create imaginary weaknesses in black's kingside while not paying attention to the only real weakness at d5. It's been 4 days since I posted the position and now I am very much sure that no one except Smirnov's serious students is going to find the answer perhaps no one has the ability to find it.
I think I should post the answer. Should I?? The position looks equal and quiet enough. I know one should control the square in front of the isolated d-pawn and the knights support eachother and is more flexible from e2 than c3. The d4 pawn is pretty solid and Nc5 is quite strong, but the lightsquared bishop is important for white or else he'd be weak on the light squares. EDIT: Often GMs win not because they know something unique or extraordinary, but because they know the same principles better than us and they know how to apply it in real games.
Or converting your advantage when you're winning. Like an old saying goes it isn't what leaves that matters but what stays on, if trading an active rook for passive one leads to a winning pawn ending the trade should be initiated, but if it leaves it equal avoided. I don't know. I haven't bought them, but I've looked all his videos in Youtube.
While very instructional, it didn't add me anything to, say, MI Silman's "How to Reassess your Chess" book, just to name an example. I think maybe people sometimes live like You MUST put the hard work. The long hours. The countless exercises.
The skip-the-friday-party-endgame study. Yes, it's true, GMs understand chess different from us, mere average players. But there's no magic pill to that understanding, only hard work. If you're in the middle game and you see a possible endgame that requires precise technique, how would you know if you want to drive the game into that endgame if you haven't perfected endgame technique.
Maybe you could improvise or have the "intuition" that it's winning, maybe you even win the game by sheer brainpower and improvisation. That means that before discarting all this HARD work just because someone [even a GM himself] told you it was easy to understand the game better, you should carefully see the life ot other GMs, and how they got their craft done. And you should do this especially if that someone is going to charge you.
I'm not saying GM Smirnov's courses are phony or whatever. Like I said, I didn't buy them. What I say is that if you want to be a strong player, you first forget of the easy way and the quick way, that is, forget the lust for ego or recognition. And be prepared to long hours. And, well, by the way, this space was not paid by MI Silman, hehehe. But, really, his book about imbalances of chess, along with his workbook, REALLY oblige you to understand the game better.
Minor piece imbalance, space, initiative, material, development, all the sound concepts are there. I remember that after reading the book, I went through some of the games of my favorite player, Tigran V. Petrosian, and His games now made more sense. It didn't happened in a blink -you probably have to read that book several times-, but supported with other books from other guys, like John Nunn, or Angus Dunnington, and, above all, PRACTICE, you make huge progresses.
Practice, practice, practice. I think I'll pass GM Smirnov's courses. Hey, but his Youtube videos, those are great! Wise words I agree with topo. I don't see anything in Smirnov's course that is worth the money he is asking for. Everyone knows, in their heart of hearts, what needs to be done to improve.
Smirnov's courses are pre-packaged and yet as expensive as individual lessons. To me, it would make more sense to invest in a live coach than to pay for Smirnov's courses. I was curious about these courses, and bought them. Igor Smirnov doesnt present anything new, and there is no "magic pill".
But for me at least, what he does do, is present things in a different light. Obviously using only myself as a testimonial, i am 51 and started playing in , after a 25 year break. I study openings, middle games, and end games, buy books, watch videos, study tactics, etc.
I bought his courses last November. My rating has gone from USCF to in that time nothing phemomenal for most die hard players. But please keep in mind that before that i floated around the 's to 's before that. I would like to stress this again His courses offer nothing new, and they are not a magic pill for improvement. For me, he simply presented things that "clicked" much faster, than all the other studying i did.
I am the occasional tournament player, so would my improvement be even better? I dont know His tutorials has given me a deeper understanding of the game in it's entirety. I will be purchasing his material and I am hopeful that his work will continue to be beneficial. Being really good, border elite, means many hours going through the fundamentals, with countless GMs games you have to look at -at least-, and a deep, proper understanding of Endgame, not to mention the thousand of Tactics excersises you need to be in really good shape.
You can get all these with a couple of books, a free online game database like chessgames. Has anyone already bought Igor Smirnov's chess course "The Grandmaster's positional understanding"? Igor Smirnov is rated Elo, look here.
I have Smirnov's course: "The Grandmaster's secrets" and I found it simple to understand and very practical. But if you have any ideas about the previously named course, it will certainly help me a lot.
Thank you in advance. I went through all of it and here is my take. Smirnov puts people off by his advertising methods. This isnt necessarily bad, but it makes a bad impression on lots of people. I used to trade forex and its full of people trying to sell you snake oil. I think the problem is with chessplayers, not necessarily Smirnov. We all want quick success and Smirnov clearly targets that. But nothing will make us succeed unless we put in hard work. The truth is, if you pick just a few good books, work hard on them, and improve your calculation and evaluation skills, you will surely become a strong player.
Its slow going, but it can be achieved. Most of us myself included , have great chess knowledge, but not great chess skill. There is nothing radical in what Smirnov is saying and there is hardly any radical thing anyone can say. The issue is that we acquire theoretical knowledge but not practical strenth. I recall, reading Bent Larsen saying that Euwe's books were good up to a certain level but that once you climbed higher, you felt that everything he wrote was a lie.