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Chess

Course Description

32 Hrs 56 Min

114 Videos

Description

Millions of people around the world enjoy playing chess. This video series will take you step by step through chess basics while incorporating advanced topics that establish a solid understanding of chess principles. The tactical and strategic training prepares you to attain respectable results in casual chess games and chess tournaments. The course design ensures rapid improvement that will help you appreciate the artistic as well as the competitive side of chess.  The video series concludes with suggestions for making further progress using internet sources or a chess coach.

Whether your goal is to win tournament prizes, beat your uncle, or help your child learn the game, this entertaining video series will exceed your expectations.

Chess Video Series by Allyn Kahn

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Course Syllabus

Module 1: Beginner Chess

  1. Course And Instructor Introduction
  2. Lesson 1 – How The Pieces Move Rook Queen Knight And King – Part 1
  3. Lesson 1 – How The Pieces Move Rook Queen Knight And King – Part 2
  4. Lesson 1 – How The Pieces Move Rook Queen Knight And King – Part 3
  5. Lesson 2 – Pawns Special Moves And Setting Up The Chessboard – Part 1
  6. Lesson 2 – Pawns Special Moves And Setting Up The Chessboard – Part 2
  7. Lesson 3 – Board Vision – Captures Checks And Checkmate – Part 1
  8. Lesson 3 – Board Vision – Captures Checks And Checkmate – Part 2
  9. Lesson 3 – Board Vision – Captures Checks And Checkmate – Part 3
  10. Lesson 4 – Fundamental Checkmate And Tactical Patterns – Part 1
  11. Lesson 4 – Fundamental Checkmate And Tactical Patterns – Part 2
  12. Lesson 4 – Fundamental Checkmate And Tactical Patterns – Part 3
  13. Lesson 4 – Fundamental Checkmate And Tactical Patterns – Part 4
  14. Lesson 4 – Fundamental Checkmate And Tactical Patterns – Part 5
  15. Lesson 5 – More Checkmate And Tactical Chess Patterns – Part 1
  16. Lesson 5 – More Checkmate And Tactical Chess Patterns – Part 2
  17. Lesson 5 – More Checkmate And Tactical Chess Patterns – Part 3
  18. Lesson 5 – More Checkmate And Tactical Chess Patterns – Part 4
  19. Lesson 6 – Tactics Opening Strategy And Sample Game – Part 1
  20. Lesson 6 – Tactics Opening Strategy And Sample Game – Part 2
  21. Lesson 7 – Three Parts Of A Chess Game And Opening Guidelines – Part 1
  22. Lesson 7 – Three Parts Of A Chess Game And Opening Guidelines – Part 2
  23. Lesson 7 – Three Parts Of A Chess Game And Opening Guidelines – Part 3
  24. Lesson 7 – Three Parts Of A Chess Game And Opening Guidelines – Part 4
  25. Lesson 8 – Practical Guidelines And More Tactics – Part 1
  26. Lesson 8 – Practical Guidelines And More Tactics – Part 2
  27. Lesson 8 – Practical Guidelines And More Tactics – Part 3

Module 2: Post Beginner Chess

  1. Lesson 1 – Games With Rook And Bishop – Part 1
  2. Lesson 1 – Games With Rook And Bishop – Part 2
  3. Lesson 1 – Games With Rook And Bishop – Part 3
  4. Lesson 1 – Games With Rook And Bishop – Part 4
  5. Lesson 1 – Games With Rook And Bishop – Part 5
  6. Lesson 2 – Chess Combinations – Part 1
  7. Lesson 2 – Chess Combinations – Part 2
  8. Lesson 2 – Chess Combinations – Part 3
  9. Lesson 2 – Chess Combinations – Part 4
  10. Lesson 3 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 1
  11. Lesson 3 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 2
  12. Lesson 4 – Basic Principles – Part 1
  13. Lesson 4 – Basic Principles – Part 2
  14. Lesson 4 – Basic Principles – Part 3
  15. Lesson 4 – Basic Principles – Part 4
  16. Lesson 5 – Opening Traps – Part 1
  17. Lesson 5 – Opening Traps – Part 2
  18. Lesson 5 – Opening Traps – Part 3
  19. Lesson 5 – Opening Traps – Part 4
  20. Lesson 6 – The Two Knights Defense – Part 1
  21. Lesson 6 – The Two Knights Defense – Part 2
  22. Lesson 7 – More Opening Tactics And Quick Mates – Part 1
  23. Lesson 7 – More Opening Tactics And Quick Mates – Part 2
  24. Lesson 7 – More Opening Tactics And Quick Mates – Part 3
  25. Lesson 7 – More Opening Tactics And Quick Mates – Part 4
  26. Lesson 8 – Basic Endgame Checkmates With Major Pieces – Part 1
  27. Lesson 8 – Basic Endgame Checkmates With Major Pieces – Part 2
  28. Lesson 9 – King And Pawn Endgames – Part 1
  29. Lesson 9 – King And Pawn Endgames – Part 2
  30. Lesson 9 – King And Pawn Endgames – Part 3
  31. Lesson 10 – Minor Piece Endgames – Part 1
  32. Lesson 10 – Minor Piece Endgames – Part 2
  33. Lesson 10 – Minor Piece Endgames – Part 3
  34. Lesson 11 – A Complex Knight Endgame – Part 1
  35. Lesson 11 – A Complex Knight Endgame – Part 2
  36. Lesson 12 – Major Piece Endgames – Part 1
  37. Lesson 12 – Major Piece Endgames – Part 2
  38. Lesson 12 – Major Piece Endgames – Part 3
  39. Lesson 12 – Major Piece Endgames – Part 4

Module 3: Intermediate Chess

  1. Lesson 1 – Two Classic Attacking Chess Games
  2. Lesson 2 – A Modern Instructive Attacking Game – Part 1
  3. Lesson 2 – A Modern Instructive Attacking Game – Part 2
  4. Lesson 3 – Tactics Practice – Part 1
  5. Lesson 3 – Tactics Practice – Part 2
  6. Lesson 3 – Tactics Practice – Part 3
  7. Lesson 3 – Tactics Practice – Part 4
  8. Lesson 3 – Tactics Practice – Part 5
  9. Lesson 4 – STAMP – A Deeper Look At Chess Strategy – Part 1
  10. Lesson 4 – STAMP – A Deeper Look At Chess Strategy – Part 2
  11. Lesson 4 – STAMP – A Deeper Look At Chess Strategy – Part 3
  12. Lesson 4 – STAMP – A Deeper Look At Chess Strategy – Part 4
  13. Lesson 4 – STAMP – A Deeper Look At Chess Strategy – Part 5
  14. Lesson 5 – Strategy In Action – Part 1
  15. Lesson 5 – Strategy In Action – Part 2
  16. Lesson 5 – Strategy In Action – Part 3
  17. Lesson 5 – Strategy In Action – Part 4
  18. Lesson 5 – Strategy In Action – Part 5
  19. Lesson 6 – Defense In Action – Part 1
  20. Lesson 6 – Defense In Action – Part 2
  21. Lesson 6 – Defense In Action – Part 3
  22. Lesson 7 – 21st Century Chess – Part 1
  23. Lesson 7 – 21st Century Chess – Part 2
  24. Lesson 7 – 21st Century Chess – Part 3
  25. Lesson 7 – 21st Century Chess – Part 4
  26. Lesson 8 – Combining Strategies And Tactics – Part 1
  27. Lesson 8 – Combining Strategies And Tactics – Part 2
  28. Lesson 9 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 1
  29. Lesson 9 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 2
  30. Lesson 9 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 3
  31. Lesson 9 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 4
  32. Lesson 9 – More Checkmate Patterns – Part 5
  33. Lesson 10 – Checkmate The Base Plan – Part 1
  34. Lesson 10 – Checkmate The Base Plan – Part 2
  35. Lesson 10 – Checkmate The Base Plan – Part 3
  36. Lesson 10 – Checkmate The Base Plan – Part 4
  37. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 1
  38. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 2
  39. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 3
  40. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 4
  41. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 5
  42. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 6
  43. Lesson 11 – Chess Exercises – Part 7
  44. Lesson 12 – Continuing Your Chess Education – Part 1
  45. Lesson 12 – Continuing Your Chess Education – Part 2
  46. Lesson 12 – Continuing Your Chess Education – Part 3
  47. Lesson 12 – Continuing Your Chess Education – Part 4
  48. Course Conclusion

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