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Post  ChessCaissa on Wed Oct 24, 2018 11:39 pm

From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Master Method Series #19

Take the journey from Amateur to Master with the coach most qualified to guide you:. Not only has Valeri made the journey himself, he has helped others make it too.Drawing on his immense coaching experience, IM Lilov has produced an incredibly comprehensive 30 hour training, giving you all the positional understanding, all the tactical intelligence, needed to reach master level.And Valeri doesn’t just dump the material on you, he explains how to integrate this new knowledge into your play so it becomes second nature.Let a proven coach train you from amateur level to master with this all-in-one chess mega-course!

Summary:

Introduction
Punishing poor development
Controlling space in the opening
Early attacks
Key steps to deep structure
The quadrant of attack
Attacking potential
Opening initiative
Positional background
Strategic ingredients
Concrete analysis
How to deal with the initiative
Dynamic plans
Development, pressure and attacking moves
Setting up your structure
Handling complicated positions
The Golden Rule of the endgame
Key problems in the endgame
Advice on calculating
Keys of positional chess, part 1
Keys of positional chess, part 3
Files and pieces for attack
Coordination
Setting up attacks
The concept of space
Transformation
Endgame tips
Bobby Fischer’s attacking secret
How Fischer improves his pieces
Improvement and maneuvering
Complex positions
More complex positions
Creating circumstances
Building structure
Alekhine’s key to attacking
Dynamic positions
Step by step through the middlegame
Build-up and weaknesses
Setting smart traps
Fischer’s approach to attacking
The secret to openings
Learn attacking from Mikhail Tal
Kasparov’s attacking secret
Justified early attacks
Maneuvering
Exploiting weaknesses
The importance of preparation
Get better at blitz
The techniques of blitz chess
How to attack like Tal
How to attack like Kasparov
Paul Morphy’s approach to tactics
Exploiting opening mistakes
The power of gambits
The concept of piece activity
The concept of expansion
Exploiting bad openings
Capablanca’s planning
Steinitz’ concept of structure
Bobby Fischer’s build-up play
Reduce your opponent
Coordination and piece activity
Coordination and piece activity 2
Opening weaknesses
Tal’s strategic secrets
Tal’s strategic secrets 2
Key points for attacking
Magnus Carlsen’s secret of chess
The power of preparation
Live blitz - The Concept of Space
Converting an advantage
Opening the position
Growing your initiative
Domination through attack
The key elements of successful attacks
The build-up strategy
The impact of weaknesses
Creating possibilities
Relative value of the pieces
Active vs. passive pieces
An opening secret
Playing complex positions
Concrete circumstances
Piece activity matters
Live blitz – Structure and coordination
Live blitz – Handling complications
Live blitz – The opening advantage
Live blitz – Targeting weaknesses
Live blitz – Positional dynamics

Tiny version of "From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)":
https://dropmefiles.com/WZU2w


89 tiny sized mp4-videos + 2 PDF + 1 PGN
Total size of videos: 1110 MB (in stead of 2450 MB)

Video running time: 30 hours 13 minute


Thanks to ishmael and to chessoftware! sunny

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Re: From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Post  Jamesgwen on Thu Oct 25, 2018 12:47 am

can you give a zippy link

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Re: From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Post  camerasrepairman on Thu Oct 25, 2018 3:50 am

ChessCaissa wrote:From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Master Method Series #19

thanx a lot!!!!

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Re: From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Post  jiri on Thu Oct 25, 2018 5:10 am

ChessCaissa wrote:From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)

Master Method Series #19

Take the journey from Amateur to Master with the coach most qualified to guide you:. Not only has Valeri made the journey himself, he has helped others make it too.Drawing on his immense coaching experience, IM Lilov has produced an incredibly comprehensive 30 hour training, giving you all the positional understanding, all the tactical intelligence, needed to reach master level.And Valeri doesn’t just dump the material on you, he explains how to integrate this new knowledge into your play so it becomes second nature.Let a proven coach train you from amateur level to master with this all-in-one chess mega-course!

Summary:

Introduction
Punishing poor development
Controlling space in the opening
Early attacks
Key steps to deep structure
The quadrant of attack
Attacking potential
Opening initiative
Positional background
Strategic ingredients
Concrete analysis
How to deal with the initiative
Dynamic plans
Development, pressure and attacking moves
Setting up your structure
Handling complicated positions
The Golden Rule of the endgame
Key problems in the endgame
Advice on calculating
Keys of positional chess, part 1
Keys of positional chess, part 3
Files and pieces for attack
Coordination
Setting up attacks
The concept of space
Transformation
Endgame tips
Bobby Fischer’s attacking secret
How Fischer improves his pieces
Improvement and maneuvering
Complex positions
More complex positions
Creating circumstances
Building structure
Alekhine’s key to attacking
Dynamic positions
Step by step through the middlegame
Build-up and weaknesses
Setting smart traps
Fischer’s approach to attacking
The secret to openings
Learn attacking from Mikhail Tal
Kasparov’s attacking secret
Justified early attacks
Maneuvering
Exploiting weaknesses
The importance of preparation
Get better at blitz
The techniques of blitz chess
How to attack like Tal
How to attack like Kasparov
Paul Morphy’s approach to tactics
Exploiting opening mistakes
The power of gambits
The concept of piece activity
The concept of expansion
Exploiting bad openings
Capablanca’s planning
Steinitz’ concept of structure
Bobby Fischer’s build-up play
Reduce your opponent
Coordination and piece activity
Coordination and piece activity 2
Opening weaknesses
Tal’s strategic secrets
Tal’s strategic secrets 2
Key points for attacking
Magnus Carlsen’s secret of chess
The power of preparation
Live blitz - The Concept of Space
Converting an advantage
Opening the position
Growing your initiative
Domination through attack
The key elements of successful attacks
The build-up strategy
The impact of weaknesses
Creating possibilities
Relative value of the pieces
Active vs. passive pieces
An opening secret
Playing complex positions
Concrete circumstances
Piece activity matters
Live blitz – Structure and coordination
Live blitz – Handling complications
Live blitz – The opening advantage
Live blitz – Targeting weaknesses
Live blitz – Positional dynamics

Tiny version of "From Amateur to Master (The Lilov Method)":
https://dropmefiles.com/WZU2w


89 tiny sized mp4-videos + 2 PDF + 1 PGN
Total size of videos: 1110 MB (in stead of 2450 MB)

Video running time: 30 hours 13 minute


Thanks to ishmael and to chessoftware! sunny

http://www.chessgod101.com/t4083-from-amateur-to-master-the-lilov-method-master-method-series-19

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