Winning in Equal Positions with GM Tornike Sanikidze (10h Running Time) 

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  • Chapter 1 - Two Bishops vs. Bishop and Knight (part I)  Closed
  • Chapter 2 - Two Bishops vs. Bishop and Knight (part II)  Closed
  • Chapter 3 - Middlegame Plans Counterplay  Closed
  • Chapter 4 - Middlegame Creativity and Amazing Rook Game  Closed
  • Chapter 5 - Opening Preparation – Wrong Decision in Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 6 - Maneuvering in the Middlegame  Closed
  • Chapter 7 - Totally Drawish Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 8 - Maneuvering Improvement in the Middlegame  Closed
  • Chapter 9 - Equal Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 10 - Opening, Middlegame, Equal Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 11 - Improper Defense in the Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 12 - Rare Checkmating Ideas in Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 13 - Incredible Win in Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 14 - Fighting for Win in Equal Position  Closed
  • Chapter 15 - How to fight in a Bad Position  Closed
  • Chapter 16 - Middlegame Fight and Mistakes in Calculation  Closed
  • Chapter 17 - Repeating moves – Nice Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 18 - Equal Position after Opening  Closed
  • Chapter 19 - How to Create Weaknesses  Closed
  • Chapter 20 - Home Preparation  Closed
  • Chapter 21 - Fight till the End  Closed
  • Chapter 22 - Worse, Equal, and Win!  Closed
  • Chapter 23 - Fighting for Win in Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 24 - Create Weaknesses in Endgame  Closed
  • Chapter 25 - Win in Rook Endgame  Closed
  • Extras  Closed
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    Winning in Equal Positions with GM Tornike Sanikidze

    They said it about Rubinstein and Capablanca in the 1920s…

    About Petrosian and Smyslov in the 1960s…

    About Karpov in the 1990s…

    And about Carlsen today.

    “He somehow wins completely equal positions…but how?”

    What sorcery are these guys involved in, to win positions that other masters regard as completely drawn?

    And what if you developed this ability?

    What would it do for your chess results?

    This almost “magical” chess technique has never been broken down formally, yet that is precisely what we asked GM Tornike Sanikidze to do.

    We asked him to break this “winning from nowhere” skill down into its core components and into easy-to-digest lessons that club players can pick up in a few hours.

    And yes, that’s how the brand new GM Sanikidze’s Winning in Equal Positions course was born.

    You’ll get 10 hours of HD video training, detailed PGNs to review each topic, as well as the online practicum…

    At the club level, this is such a rare skill to develop. So, grab a copy and start squeezing those “drawn” positions into wins!

    Here is what you will learn:

    • Use Alekhine’s UNLIMITED Creativity to Outwit Even the Super-Solid Capablanca! You’ll be able to bamboozle opponents from a blue sky with moves like Nxe5!! (diagram) leaving him lost in complications on the path to destruction!
    • Use Carlsen’s “Play Forever” Method and Outlast Even the Most STUBBORN Opponents! This skill has made the World Champion immensely famous. For the first time, his approach is broken down into detail for you to study, emulate and dominate with! (see Chapter 7!)
    • Use GM Sanikidze’s Home Preparation Secrets to Guarantee Positions You’re Comfortable With…Before Even Leaving Home! In Chapter 20 you’ll discover how GM Sanikidze himself prepares for his games, chooses opening lines, and much more!

    In our opinion, this course is a no-brainer!

    You get to discover all of the small details that go into those “impossible” wins, that only a few top GMs seem to be capable of.

    Maybe you won’t suddenly have Carlsen’s technique afterwards…but your chess technique will be transformed completely!

    Outline:

    Chapter 1. Two Bishops vs. Bishop and Knight (part I)
    Chapter 2. Two Bishops vs. Bishop and Knight (part II)
    Chapter 3. Middlegame Plans Counterplay
    Chapter 4. Middlegame Creativity and Amazing Rook Game
    Chapter 5. Opening Preparation – Wrong Decision in Rook Endgame
    Chapter 6. Manoeuvring in the Middlegame
    Chapter 7. Totally Drawish Endgame
    Chapter 8. Manoeuvring Improvement in the Middlegame
    Chapter 9. Equal Rook Endgame
    Chapter 10. Opening, Middlegame, Equal Rook Endgame
    Chapter 11. Improper Defense in the Endgame
    Chapter 12. Rare Checkmating Ideas in Rook Endgame
    Chapter 13. Incredible Win in Rook Endgame
    Chapter 14. Fighting for Win in Equal Position
    Chapter 15. How to fight in a Bad Position
    Chapter 16. Middlegame Fight and Mistakes in Calculation
    Chapter 17. Repeating moves – Nice Rook Endgame
    Chapter 18. Equal Position after Opening
    Chapter 19. How to Create Weaknesses
    Chapter 20. Home Preparation
    Chapter 21. Fight till the End
    Chapter 22. Worse, Equal, and Win!
    Chapter 23. Fighting for Win in Endgame
    Chapter 24. Create Weaknesses in Endgame
    Chapter 25. Win in Rook Endgame

    About the Author:

    GM Tornike Sanikidze [2616 FIDE]

    is a Georgian chess grandmaster. He was awarded the titles of International Master in 2005 and Grandmaster in 2008. GM Sanikidze won the Georgian championship in 2009.

    He has represented Georgia at the Chess Olympiad in 2012 in Istambul as well as in 2016 in Baku.