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FIDE Trainers' Commission Chess Surveys
Friday, 01 August 2014 00:00
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Adrian Mikhalchishin GM FST Efstratios Grivas GM FST IA IO Uwe Boensch GM FST Michael Khodarkovsky FST Jovan Petronic IM FST

Chairman
Adrian
MIKHALCHISHIN

Secretary
Efstratios
GRIVAS

Councillor
Uwe
BOENSCH

Councillor
Michael
KHODARKOVSKY

Councillor
Jovan
PETRONIC



FIDE Trainers' Commission Trainers' Surveys

Initiated in January 2010, the FIDE Trainers' Commission announced publishing high-quality chess training materials (in English language) in the form of Trainers' Surveys, targeted at improved understanding of chess. All in downloadable/viewable pdf format.
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FIDE TRG Trainers' Surveys 2014:

2014.01.31 Efstratios Grivas: Fear of the Knight pdf
2014.01.31 Reynaldo Vera: The endgames of Carlsen: The King imprisoned pdf
2014.02.28 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Opening bluff pdf
2014.02.28 Alonso Zapata: Paralysis pdf
2014.04.01 Georg Mohr: Outpost pdf
2014.04.01 Michael Khodarkovsky: Middle game with c3-d4 pawns pdf
2014.04.26 Vereslav Eingorn: The positional piece sacrifice as a technical reception pdf
2014.04.26 Jacob Aagaard: A Short Cut to Experience pdf
2014.06.01 Jeroen Bosch: Pawn Chain and Kingside Attack pdf
2014.06.01 Alexander Beliavsky: Bodycheck pdf
2014.06.29 Susan Polgar: The Game Is Not Over Until It Is Over pdf
2014.06.29 Spyridon Skembris: Defending Inferior Endgames pdf
2014.08.01 Andrew Martin: Game analysis pdf
2014.08.01 Boris Avrukh: Exchange sacrifice pdf

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Archives:


FIDE TRG Trainers' Surveys 2013:

2013.01.15 Efstratios Grivas: FIDE World Junior Championship U20 2012 pdf
2013.01.30 Alonso Zapata: Useless Pieces pdf
2013.02.18 Reynaldo Vera: The Colour Weakness pdf
2013.02.18 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Rook and pawn against Queen pdf
2013.03.09 Mihail Marin: Small paradoxes of the blocked French positions pdf
2013.04.01 Georg Mohr: Bobby Fischer and the square d5 pdf
2013.04.12 Jacob Aagaard: Intuition - Three Building Blocks pdf
2013.04.28 Vereslav Eingorn:
Rook vs Bishop pdf
2013.05.21 Jeroen Bosch: Training and Solitaire Chess pdf
2013.05.22 Karsten Müller: Endgames with Rook and minor piece against Rook and minor piece pdf
2013.06.27 Boris Avrukh: Prophylactical Thinking pdf
2013.07.02 Uwe Boensch: The system of trainer education in the German Chess Federation pdf
2013.07.21 Efstratios Grivas: A Trainer's Workshop pdf
2013.07.21 Susan Polgar: Watch the Queen pdf
2013.08.31 Andrew Martin: Modern games pdf
2013.08.31 Jovan Petronic: Expect the Unexpected pdf
2013.09.23 Sam Palatnik: Loud song about a “Pair of Elephants” pdf
2013.09.23 Dejan Bojkov: What Rooks Want pdf
2013.10.18 Miguel Illescas: Modern opening preparation pdf
2013.10.18 Victor Bologan: The psychology of the decisive mistake pdf
2013.11.26 Georg Mohr: Strategic prevention pdf
2013.11.26 Goran Dizdar: Building up the endgame advantage on a piece activity pdf
2013.12.31 Michael Khodarkovsky: Sicilian Capricio pdf
2013.12.31 Alexander Beliavsky: Beating the Grand Master in 20 moves pdf

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FIDE TRG Trainers' Surveys 2012
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2012.01.11 Efstratios Grivas: The King Out of the Way pdf
2012.01.11 Efstratios Grivas: The Weak Passed C-pawn
pdf
2012.03.02 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Destroying the Opponent's Centre pdf
2012.03.04 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Great Gurus of the Endgame pdf
2012.03.30 Georg Mohr: Methods & Principles of Defence pdf
2012.03.30 Georg Mohr: Capablanca and the Endgames pdf
2012.05.01 Viacheslav Eingorn: Non-Standard Positional Play pdf
2012.05.01 Viacheslav Eingorn: R+p vs B+p pdf
2012.06.01 Jeroen Bosch: The Open File pdf
2012.06.01 Jeroen Bosch: Passed pawn pdf
2012.06.30 Andrew Martin: A Tough Session pdf
2012.06.30 Andrew Martin: The Critical Moment pdf
2012.08.01 Susan Polgar: When is it OK to play g4? pdf
2012.08.01 Susan Polgar: Is there luck in chess? pdf
2012.08.31 Uwe Bönsch: The Queen's Gambit pdf
2012.08.31 Uwe Bönsch: The recognition, fostering and development of chess talent in Germany pdf
2012.09.30 Semon Palatnik: Advantage of Two Bishops pdf
2012.09.30 Semon Palatnik: Attack is a Risky Business pdf
2012.11.01 Miguel Illescas: Damiano's Mate pdf
2012.11.01 Miguel Illescas: Lolli's Mate pdf
2012.11.29 Jovan Petronic: Rook Endgames pdf
2012.11.29 Jovan Petronic: 2012 FIDE World Youth Chess Champions in Action pdf
2012.12.30 Alexander Beliavsky: Two endgames with same colour Bishops pdf
2012.12.30 Alexander Beliavsky: Four memorable endgames Knight vs Bishop pdf

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FIDE Trainers' Commission Chess Yearbook 2011

(booklet) © 2011, 2012 FIDE

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2011.01.20 Efstratios Grivas: WTC pdf
2011.01.20 Efstratios Grivas: Pawns on the Same Rank pdf
2011.03.01 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Break pdf
2011.03.01 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Problems of Middlegame Planning pdf
2011.03.14 Alexey Kuzmin: Training of Calculation I pdf
2011.03.14 Alexey Kuzmin: Training of Calculation II pdf
2011.04.29 Georg Mohr: The Maroczy Pawn Structure pdf
2011.04.29 Georg Mohr: An Isolated Pawn in the Endgame pdf
2011.05.16 Jeroen Bosch: Queen Power or Power of the Masses pdf
2011.05.16 Jeroen Bosch: Rook & Pawn vs Two Minor Pieces pdf
2011.06.30 Uwe Bönsch: Finding Moves pdf
2011.06.30 Uwe Bönsch: A Very Special Ending pdf
2011.07.31 Susan Polgar: Calculate Deeper pdf
2011.07.31 Susan Polgar: Zwischenzug pdf
2011.08.28 Andrew Martin: Basic Defence pdf
2011.08.28 Andrew Martin: Meaningless Moves pdf
2011.10.04 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Legendary Endings pdf
2011.10.04 Efstratios Grivas: Blocking the f6-Square pdf
2011.10.31 Miguel Illescas: Fool's Mate pdf
2011.10.31 Miguel Illescas: Lucena's mate pdf
2011.11.30 Jovan Petronic: The King Checkmate pdf
2011.11.30 Jovan Petronic: Drawing in Style pdf
2011.12.00 Alexander Beliavsky: Winning and Defending Technique in the Queen Ending with an Extra Pawn
pdf
2011.12.00 Alexander Beliavsky: Queens with Opposite Coloured Bishops pdf

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FIDE Trainers' Commission Chess Yearbook 2010

(pdf) (booklet) © 2010, 2011 FIDE

FIDE Trainers' Commission Chess Yearbook 2010

2010.01.30 Efstratios Grivas: A King's Golden Cage pdf
2010.01.30 Efstratios Grivas: The Useless Isolani pdf
2010.03.01 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Bobby and the Hedgehogs pdf
2010.03.01 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Prokesh Trick pdf
2010.03.31 Georg Mohr: The Attack with the Opposite-Coloured Bishops pdf
2010.03.31 Georg Mohr: The Principle of the Second Weakness pdf
2010.04.28 Jeroen Bosch: Euwe's Long Moves pdf
2010.04.28 Jeroen Bosch: Queen Endings - General Principles pdf
2010.05.31 Alexander Beliavsky: Flank Attack pdf
2010.05.31 Alexander Beliavsky: A Practical Ending pdf
2010.07.03 Georg Mohr: Learning From the Old Masters pdf
2010.07.03 Adrian Mikhalchishin: Simple Tragedies pdf
2010.08.01 Artur Jussupow: Lessons from the Champions pdf
2010.08.01 Artur Jussupow: Problems of Calculations pdf
2010.09.01 Andrew Martin: A Full Day of Chess pdf
2010.09.01 Andrew Martin: Ways of Presenting a Game pdf
2010.09.29 Efstratios Grivas: Middlegame Analysis pdf
2010.09.29 Efstratios Grivas: Endgame Analysis pdf
2010.10.22 Miguel Illescas: Practical Endgames pdf
2010.10.22 Miguel Illescas: A Very Bad Game pdf
2010.11.25 Jovan Petronic: Queenless King Hunt pdf
2010.11.26 Jovan Petronic: Heterogeneous Endgames pdf
2010.12.29 Uwe Boensch: Methods of Tactical Training pdf
2010.12.29 Uwe Boensch: Central Pawn Structure - The Karlsbad Pawn Structure pdf

All surveys have been edited by TRG Editors members.

© 2010-2014 World Chess Federation
© 2010-2014 FIDE Trainers' Commission

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