3 Steps to 2000

3 Steps to 2000


Video Lessons, PGN Theoretical Files, PGN Exercises Files
Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced
Chess Author: Remote Chess Academy
Category: Comprehensive TechniquesComprehensive Techniques
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If your chess goal is to become a 1st category player, by reaching a 2000 FIDE rating then you should study this robust course from Remote Chess Academy company. Only the top 5% of chess players have this rating or more. If you would like to join the elite of tournament chess players then, yes, this is an essential course to your collection!

The course is called 3 Steps because 3 experienced trainers created the course. You can follow the recommendations of the Grandmaster Igor Smirnov, the International Master Maxi Pérez, and the experienced coach Angelo Kesaris to get all the necessary tools on your road to a 2000 rating.

In the 1st step, we will give you a strong foundation for your chess progress, that will help you easily understand what you should prioritize, but also what your main roadblocks to progress are, and how to fight against them.



In the 1st step, we will give you a strong foundation for your chess progress, that will help you easily understand what you should prioritize, but also what your main roadblocks to progress are, and how to fight against them.

  • Lesson 01 – How Do You Progress in Chess?
  • Lesson 02 – This Is My BIGGEST Secret to Success
  • Lesson 03 – The Perfect Chess Style
  • Lesson 04 – Wishful Thinking
  • Lesson 05 – When and What to Calculate?
  • Lesson 06 – Pattern Interruption
  • Lesson 07 – Most Common Mistakes for Under 1800 Elo
  • Lesson 08 – The 2 Things You Should Stop Doing in Chess
  • Lesson 09 – Summary

In the 2nd step, you’ll learn: what is the most important thing to increase your level fast, the most common mistakes students have with the opening, why the classics are good for our games, and some powerful psychological tips.

  • Lesson 10 – Intro
  • Lesson 11 – Tactics vs Calculation
  • Lesson 12 – Calculation in Positional Games
  • Lesson 13 – How to Calculate in Difficult Positions
  • Lesson 14 – Common Mistakes in the Opening
  • Lesson 15 – Example of Pawn Structure I
  • Lesson 16 – Example of Pawn Structure II
  • Lesson 17 – The Importance of the Classic Players in Our Understanding
  • Lesson 18 – Middlegame Patterns
  • Lesson 19 – Middlegame Patterns II
  • Lesson 20 – The Calm Play Even with Hanging Pawns
  • Lesson 21 – Improving Your Position Step by Step
  • Lesson 22 – When the Slow Moves Win the Game

In the 3rd step, you will learn more advanced ideas that will give you an additional edge. These more complicated ideas will be much simpler to understand after you have done the first step.

  • Lesson 23 – Intro
  • Lesson 24 – Understand Your Chess Personality
  • Lesson 25 – The Key Positional Topic that Makes the Difference
  • Lesson 26 – Fundamental Ideas on the Attack
  • Lesson 27 – How to Create Better Plans from Your Opponent
  • Lesson 28 – How to Defend Successfully


  • The practice contains 5 different categories
  • The total number of analyzed games is 50


GM Igor Smirnov

Igor Smirnov is a chess Grandmaster, coach, and holder of a Master’s degree in psychology. He’s the founder of the “Remote Chess Academy” company that has helped thousands of students worldwide to improve their results. GM Smirnov has developed lots of chess video lessons, articles, webinars, and training courses.

IM Maximiliano Pérez

Maximiliano Pérez is a chess player and coach from Argentina, and International Master with a 2451 ELO. For some time now, he has been creating lessons for the “Remote Chess Academy”. Dedicated to the training of players with ambitions to progress from 1500 to 2200, he works on all aspects of chess, including the psychological, giving advice and showing different game situations with his examples. His main goal as a coach is to explain the correct way of thinking about positions on and off the board.

Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris

Angelo Kesaris is a professional chess coach, theorist, and FIDE National Instructor. Born Ioannina - Greece (1982) with an International FIDE rating of 1900 ELO. He is co-author and Academy manager for the Remote Chess Academy. As a chess teacher, he has been happily teaching chess since he was 20. He started teaching chess in primary schools, organizing lessons in chess clubs, private classes, and online teaching.









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