Master Method - The Robert Ris Method - IM Robert Ris - Over 15 Hours of Content!Practical Chess Improvement for the Aspiring Club Player
Description / Master Method - The Robert Ris Method - IM Robert Ris - Over 15 Hours of Content!
IM Robert Ris reveals his training methods for rapid chess improvement in this 15-hour chess course.
Drawing on his own experience, IM Ris focuses on the 4 key areas you need to work on to become a strong player: becoming a tactical monster, improving your positional play, mastering material imbalances and learning the essential endgame techniques.
Study these areas with IM Ris and you will be able to play powerful chess in any type of position. No weaknesses mean fewer losses and new strengths means more victories. The insights and advice contained in the Robert Ris Method will show you how to improve at chess and also save you from years of trial-and-error, putting you on the most direct path to chess mastery.
|Host||IM Robert Ris|
|Popular Collections||Master Method|
|Publication Date||Sep 9, 2018|
|Hardware Requirements||Standard DVD Player|
|Region Lock||None - Playable Anywhere|
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