Learn from 5-time World Chess Champion GM Viswanathan Anand! This video lesson is a recorded masterclass taught by GM Anand in Chess University’s Prodigy Program in September of 2016. In his fourth live seminar, GM Anand covers the topic of how strong GMs blunder and how to avoid miscalculations. This lesson provides the viewer with ample opportunities to calculate precisely using games from elite players as examples. Throughout the lesson, Anand uses many examples from the games of top GMs, providing the students with an insight into how even the strongest players in the world can miscalculate, and how you can avoid miscalculations in your own games.
This lesson is tailored to advanced students (1500-2000) and the run time for this lesson is 58 minutes.
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Viswanathan “Vishy” Anand is a five-time World Chess Champion, considered to be one of the greatest chess players of all time.
At the age of 18, Anand became India's first chess grandmaster. He was FIDE World Chess
Champion from 2000 to 2002. Anand became the undisputed World Champion in
2007 and successfully defended his title three times. In April 2006,
Anand became the fourth player in history to pass the 2800 Elo mark on
the FIDE rating list.
Since 2016, GM Anand has been a special mentor at Chess University and has taught many live lessons in the Prodigy Program.