Plat Like Fischer
Instructed by GM Igor Smirnov
Video 03:20 Hours
Skill Level Beginners to Intermediate
10 practical tasks (over 100 games)
Learn from the greatest chess player of all time. Implement Bobby’s crystal clear playing style in your game.
Is this chess course right for me?
This course is for beginners to intermediate students, thus, it is for you and you can you can understand it easily.Let’s be honest, you and no one else will never play exactly like Fischer. However, we selected the techniques used by Fischer and even if you only use 10% of them you will definitely improve your game. Bobby Fischer was a record-selling chess player who became the youngest U.S. Chess Champion and the first American-born player to win the World Chess Championship. He started playing chess at the age of 6 and he became the youngest Grandmaster in the world when he was 15.
The un-answered questions
This course does not only analyze Fischer’s games, it also teaches his thinking system. GM Smirnov will show you how Fischer found those moves and how to use them in your games, answering the unanswered questions before. This course is not about Fischer, it’s about your improvement!
Although the course analyses Fischer’s play deeply, its main focus is your chess improvement. Even, If you imitate some of the techniques and style of Fischer, you will definitely be able to improve your chess performance and gain one or two extra hundred rating points, which will be a nice result by itself.
Powerful Practical tasks
It is necessary to put the received knowledge into practice. There are 8 practical tasks (over 100 games) in this course which will help you to understand and remember the ideas of the course better. The training program has a detailed explanation on what and exactly how you should do the practical tasks.
1 Bobby Fischer: Positional Play at its Best
The positional play was the main strength of Bobby Fischer; it was something that he did really well. That is why the title of this first lesson is “Bobby Fischer: Positional Play at its Best”
2 Fischer’s Favorite Chess Piece
In this lesson, we’ll start from the Fischer’s favorite chess piece. I suppose that his most favorite piece was the bishop, let’s explore how Fischer used the Bishop to find great moves.
3 Crush Your Opponent Using Open Lines
In order to have the same clarity as Fischer had, you need to know the very fundamentals of positional play. In this lesson, we will learn exactly this: the fundamentals of playing with a rook.
4 The King of Chess
The purpose of this lesson is to help you improve your chess skills, so that you can beat your opponents and feel like the King of Chess.
5 Crush Opponent’s Weaknesses
This lesson will mainly be dedicated to the right use of the knights, how to place them well and how to attack the opponent’s weaknesses.
6 The Strongest Attacking Force
In this course we’re trying to analyze Fischer’s games and reveal the secrets of his phenomenal performance. How could Fischer outperform his competitors so significantly?
7 Fischer’s Positional Mastery: Pawn Structure
In this lesson, we will see how Bobby Fischer handled his pawns and pawn structures.
8 How to Launch Your Attack Fast?
we’ll talk about an interesting subject –how to start your attack early in the game, right in the start of the game, the opening stage. We’ll see how Fischer did this in his games
9 Counterattack like Fischer
What to do when you are attacked? How should you react? In this lesson, we will see what Fischer’s approach was for such situations.
10 Fischer’s Chess Secrets – Revealed
Summary of what we learned so far, from Positional Play to Counterattack.
11 Play like Fischer: Practical Guide
We’re going to analyze the game between Fischer and Petrosian from their final Candidates Match, where the winner of this match got the chance to challenge the World Champion, Boris Spassky, for the World Championship Title.