Accelerate Your Chess – GingerGM Simon Williams (Video Database - 15 hours running time) (December 2020)
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  • 1.  Introduction Free
  • 2.  Evaluation & Strategy - Introduction Closed
  • 3.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 1: Tal – Timman (Dark Square Magic) Closed
  • 4.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 2: Karpov – Unzicker Closed
  • 5.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 3: Carlsen – Tomashevsky (Identifying the Bad Piece) Closed
  • 6.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 4: Bareev – Kasparov (When Simon Met Harry) Closed
  • 7.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 5: Williams – Poobalasingham (The h4 Concept) Closed
  • 8.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 6: Maroczy – Tartakower (The Rook Swinger) Closed
  • 9.  Evaluation & Strategy - Example 7: Agrest – Williams Closed
  • 10.  Evaluation & Strategy - Conclusion Closed
  • 11.  Thought Process & Calculation - Introduction Closed
  • 12.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 1: Knight Study Closed
  • 13.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 2: Trofimov – Metlyakhin (Calculate!) Closed
  • 14.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 3: Karjakin – Esipenko Closed
  • 15.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 4: Parada – Zvjaginsev Closed
  • 16.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 5: Korchnoi – Williams Closed
  • 17.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 6: Williams – Ledger Closed
  • 18.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 7: Williams – Adams Closed
  • 19.  Thought Process & Calculation - Example 8: Gomes – Neto Closed
  • 20.  Thought Process & Calculation - Conclusion Closed
  • 21.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Introduction Closed
  • 22.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 1: Caruana – Ponomariov Closed
  • 23.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 2: Caruana – Berg Closed
  • 24.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 3: Ding Liren – Aronian Closed
  • 25.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 4: Wang Hao – Gerber Closed
  • 26.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 5: Ivanchuk – Yusupov Closed
  • 27.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 6: Williams – Wohl Closed
  • 28.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Example 7: T. Ravi – Williams Closed
  • 29.  Forcing Moves Force Wins - Conclusion Closed
  • 30.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Introduction Closed
  • 31.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Example 1: Bai – Ding Liren Closed
  • 32.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Example 2: Paravyan – Golubov Closed
  • 33.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Example 3: Ding Liren – Caruana Closed
  • 34.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Example 4: S. Jenson – Williams Closed
  • 35.  Sacrifices & Navigating Chaos - Example 5: Gordon – Williams Closed
  • 36.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Introduction Closed
  • 37.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 1: A. Sokolov – Yusupov Closed
  • 38.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 2: Bondarevsky – Botvinnik Closed
  • 39.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 3: Varley – Williams Closed
  • 40.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 4: J. Polgar – Berkes Closed
  • 41.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 5: Nepomniachtchi – Sjugirov Closed
  • 42.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 6: Petrosian – Spassky Closed
  • 43.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 7: Alekseenko – Vastrukhin Closed
  • 44.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 8: Carlsen – Karjakin Closed
  • 45.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 9: Hug – Kavalek Closed
  • 46.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 10: McShane – Anand Closed
  • 47.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 11: Mason – Smerdon Closed
  • 48.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 12: Vaganian – Adams Closed
  • 49.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Example 13: Williams – Haria Closed
  • 50.  Pattern Recognition Creates Intuition - Conclusion Closed
  • 51.  Prophylaxis = Control - Introduction Closed
  • 52.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 1: Harper – Zuk Closed
  • 53.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 2: Karpov – Gheorghiu Closed
  • 54.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 3: Karpov – Hernandez Closed
  • 55.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 4: Gusev – Auerbach Closed
  • 56.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 5: Nepomniachtchi – Wang Hao Closed
  • 57.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 6: Williams – Kanyamarala Closed
  • 58.  Prophylaxis = Control - Example 7: Williams – Ratnesan Closed
  • 59.  Prophylaxis = Control - Conclusion Closed
  • 60.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Introduction Closed
  • 61.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 1: Short – Timman Closed
  • 62.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 2: Sowray – Williams Closed
  • 63.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 3: Grischuk – Rublevsk Closed
  • 64.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 4: Alekseenko – Giri Closed
  • 65.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 5: Carlsen – Anand Closed
  • 66.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 6: Andersson – Ocampos Closed
  • 67.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 7: Certek – Arkell Closed
  • 68.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Example 8: Vachier-Lagrave – Wang Hao Closed
  • 69.  The Squeeze – Converting Advantages - Conclusion Closed
  • 70.  Puzzles (PDF) Closed
  • 71.  Summary (PDF) Closed
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    Accelerate Your Chess
    Grandmaster Simon Williams

    The GingerGM is back!

    Following on from his two hugely popular Master Methods, “GingerGM” Simon Williams has produced a 15-hour course designed to take you to the next level in your chess.

    Simon has collected the games that led to breakthroughs in his own development, and takes you through each one in such a way that you make the discoveries for yourself - a far more powerful method of teaching/learning than simply giving you the answers.

    Each lesson works on at least one of seven areas: Strategy, calculation, prophylaxis, forcing moves, navigating chaos, pattern recognition, and converting advantages - the key skills you need to succeed at the highest levels.

    One of the major benefits of this course is that you’re studying games packed with instructive value - it’s a real goldmine of chess secrets. Every lesson brings with it an “aha!” moment... and saves you years of painful trial-and-error going through games that just aren’t that useful.

    Presented with Simon’s trademark combination of humor and clear insight, this is the perfect way
    to accelerate your chess improvement.