Secrets of the World Champions!

thumb22Does this sound familiar? You get good positions in your games, start an attack but struggle to breakthrough. Your opponent also know the attack formation - and how to defend against it! If you're not winning over 50% of your games with a kingside attack in the middlegame, you need some new attacking ideas!

And if you want the ultimate seal of approval, make sure you learn these attacking ideas from one of the World Champions! This Saturday, I am going to teach you 3 powerful attacks you can use in your next game - each one taken from an attacking brilliancy played by a World Champion.

Here's some of what you have to look forward to:
• Scandinavian Destruction - Bobby Fischer unleashes a double-pawn sacrifice to setup a terrifying piece onslaught against the Black king, forcing his GM opponent to resign after just 20 moves!
• The Original Wei Yi - 150 years before Wei Yi started amazing people with rook sacrifices and across-the-board king hunts, the first official World Champion, Wilhelm Steinitz, was doing the same! See how Steinitz systematically restricts his opponent's pieces, provokes pawn weaknesses then sacrifices pieces in a bloodthirsty king hunt. An absolute classic!
• Nowhere to run - When 13th World Champion Garry Kasparov takes on the former FIDE champion Alexander Khalifman, you know it's not going to be a quiet game! Khalifman plays 3...Nd4 in the Ruy Lopez and Kasparov wastes no time in blowing open the position. Realizing it's going to take a long time to castle kingside, Khalifman tucks his king away on the queenside. But there's nowhere to run as Kasparov opens the position again with an instructive attack.