[FREE!] Get the wins you deserve by Converting like Capablanca!

We’ve all experienced it: as you get better at chess, you face tougher opposition. And, in these games, you need to win 2 battles:

  1. Get an advantage
  2. Convert that advantage

Tactics will help you with #1, but for #2 you need technique.

I believe tactics alone can – if you’re really good – get you to 2000 Elo but if you have dreams of going beyond that level, you need to be able to control and convert positions.

So how do you learn master level technique? Learn from the master! There is no better player to model your positional technique on than Jose Raul Capablanca.  He had a genius for finding simple looking, easy-to-understand moves that were deeply powerful.

The great Bobby Fischer openly admitted he learned the secrets of technique from the games of Capablanca – which is about as big a recommendation as you can get!

 

Now I’m going to teach you how to control and convert positions with a couple of Capablanca classics taken from my brand new, 9.5 hour Chess Strategy Masterclass:

 

Click here to get Convert like Capablanca free!

 

Some of the things we cover:

  • How to use Capablanca’s legendary “petite combinaisons – positional tactics and in-between moves that damage your opponent’s position and soften them up for the kill.
  • The art of making progress: you’re a pawn up but your rival has blocked the position. Now what? These positions are so easy to mess up – see how Capablanca won with this brilliant king maneuver!
  • The principle of two weaknesses… Capablanca was a master of winning games by attacking a weakness, making his opponent use all their resources to maintain it – then switching target!

Don’t let your opponents steal a draw (and precious rating points) from you.

Watch these lessons and learn how to Convert like Capablanca!

Click here to get Convert like Capablanca free!

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