Romain Edouard Method

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Master Method Series #26

World Youth Champion, French Champion – Super GM Romain Édouard appears to be a natural born winner.

But Romain puts his success down to the continuous development of a particular set of skills, some learnt by analyzing the very finest examples of grandmaster play and others honed on the battlefield of pro-level competitive chess.

Now Romain has created DNA of a Chess Champion, a 14 hour intensive training program that will teach you both the advanced chess techniques and psychological strength you need to dominate in chess competitions.

From dynamic attacking play and powerful positional mastery to excelling in the endgame and eliminating mistakes, DNA of a Chess Champion teaches you how to become a serial winner.

Summary:

Part 1: Improve your dynamic ability

  Chapter 1: Attacking masterpieces

  1. Rotlewi-Rubinstein
  2. Topalov-Kramnik
  3. Topalov-Cori Tello
  4. Donchenko-Korobov
  5. Edouard-Ermenkov
  6. Topalov-Ponomariov
  7. Dominguez Perez-Adhiban
  8. Gashimov-Lalic
  9. So-Akobian
  10. Wei Yi-Bruzon Batista
  11. Negi-Vaibhav
  12. Topalov-Anand
  13. Kasparov-Topalov

  Chapter 2: Punishing bad development

  1. Alekhine-Euwe
  2. Shirov-Lapinski
  3. Fischer-Spassky
  4. Kasparov-Andersson
  5. Byrne-Fischer
  6. Hammer-Brunello
  7. Hammer-Blomqvist
  8. Rapport-Huschenbeth
  9. Bai-Liren
  10. Seyb-Graf
  11. Topalov-Kasparov
  12. Kuzubov-Harika
  13. Wojtaszek-Topalov
  14. Dubov-Moiseenko
  15. Edouard-Tkachiev
  16. Nakamura-Liren
  17. Mamedyarov-Giri

  Chapter 3: Dynamic sacrifices

  1. Kramnik-Fressinet
  2. Kramnik-Korchnoi
  3. Inarkiev-Liren
  4. Donchenko-Giri
  5. Le Borgne-Edouard
  6. Grischuk-Topalov
  7. Carlsen-Bu
  8. Giri-Caruana
  9. Fontaine-Vachier Lagrave
  10. Carlsen-Vachier Lagrave
  11. Malakhov-Wei Yi
  12. Carlsen-Grandelius
  13. Vlasov-Vitiugov
  14. Bekker Jensen-Edouard
  15. Ider-Hou Yifan

Part 2: Improve your positional skills

  Chapter 1: Positional masterpieces

  1. Vachier Lagrave-Yu
  2. Galkin-Anisimov
  3. Carlsen-Karjakin
  4. Leko-Adams
  5. Carlsen-Vachier Lagrave
  6. Kramnik-Illescas
  7. Carlsen-Pantsulaia
  8. Topalov-Karjakin
  9. Botvinnik-Sorokin

  Chapter 2: Positional sacrifices

  1. Carlsen-Anand
  2. Kramnik-Malanuik
  3. Vachier Lagrave-Liren
  4. Maze-Geenen
  5. Nikolic-Topalov
  6. Lautier-Topalov
  7. Topalov-Kamsky
  8. Topalov-Efimov
  9. Caruana-Nakamura

  Chapter 3: Breaking a fortress

  1. Brzozka-Bronstein
  2. Edouard-Gharamian
  3. Vachier Lagrave-Carlsen
  4. Nakamura-Giri
  5. Ipatov-Kramnik
  6. Vachier Lagrave-Laznicka
  7. Caruana-Giri
  8. Kramnik-van Wely
  9. Edouard-Michiels

Part 3: Improve your endgame skills

  Chapter 1: A few theoretical endings

  1. Edouard-Collas
  2. Edouard-Zude
  3. Daulyte-Jones
  4. Fressinet-Smeets

  Chapter 2: Endgame masterpieces

  1. Karpov-Kasparov
  2. Fischer-Taimanov
  3. Englisch-Steinitz
  4. Cohn-Rubinstein

  Chapter 3: The king in the endgame

  1. Carlsen-Kramnik
  2. Salem-Kramnik
  3. Topalov-Morozevich

Part 4: Improve your practical skills

  Chapter 1: The opening kitchen

  1. Topalov-Kramnik 2008
  2. Topalov Kramnik 2014

  Chapter 2: Why do we blunder?

  1. Marin-Edouard
  2. Zhu-Edouard
  3. Edouard-Apicella
  4. Edouard-Cvitan
  5. Hammer-Topalov

  Chapter 3: Fighting attitude

  1. Olszewski-Edouard
  2. Gustaffson-Pedersen