Vidit Gujrathi: Master Advanced Tactics and Calculations like a Super Grandmaster
Advanced Tactics and Calculations are of utmost importance when it comes to improving your chess. How do you calculate long variations, and where do you stop? When can you rely on intuition, and what methods are there to choose from? Tactics are taught early and lead to serious improvement when you learn themes like Pin, Double Attack, Fork etc. as a beginner. However, after a certain level, it is not so straightforward to simply work on tactics and improve. That's the reason we have recorded the Master Advanced Tactics and Calculations like a Super Grandmaster with GM Vidit Gujrathi. So grab this DVD, learn from the Super GM and become stronger. Photo: ChessBase
Calculate like a Super Grandmaster
World Class Chess Training
In this video course we use studies to present the different aspects of Advanced Tactics and Calculations. As Vidit navigates his way through the world of studies, you get to see a world class GM in action. When does he use brute force and calculation and when does he rely on his intuition – these are all the things that you get to learn from Vidit's video course. IM Sagar Shah sits along with Vidit and tries to break down the thinking of a Super GM in a way that it is easier for you to understand. If you decide to seriously work on the material presented here, you can be sure that you will become stronger at chess calculation.
In addition, we have carefully selected 95 positions where you will be put to the test. Try to find the right solution by playing against Fritz. This practical training will make you ready for your own games. Detailed annotated solutions are provided that will help you to take your game to the next level.
• Video running time: 5 hours 26 minutes (English)
• Extra: Additional database with 95 positions, Training with ChessBase apps - Play key positions against Fritz on various levels
Super GM Combo: Gukesh: Attack like a Super Grandmaster + Vidit: Master Advanced Tactics and Calculations like a Super Grandmaster
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About Vidit Gujrathi
Vidit Gujrathi is an Indian grandmaster currently rated 2673. He won the U14 World Championship in 2008 and gained a bronze medal at the World Junior Chess Championship U20 in 2013. He won Gold and was the captain of the Indian team at FIDE Online Olympiad 2020 and has represented India at the 42nd, 43rd and 44th Chess Olympiad. He is a Quarter-finalist of FIDE World Cup 2021 and FIDE World Fischer Random Chess Championship 2019. He won the Biel Chess Festival Grandmaster Chess Tournament 2019.