Identifying Weaknesses In Your Play

For Players 1200-1700 Elo (Intermediate and Advance)

Are you tired of losing games due to common mistakes? Want to take your

chess game to the next level? Looks like IM Kostya Kavutskiy has

designed the perfect lesson for you!

In Chess University's "Identifying Weaknesses In Your Play" course, you will learn how to identify the weaknesses in your play and how to improve upon them. Whether you're a player looking to gain a competitive edge, or simply looking to eliminate common mistakes, this course has everything you need to achieve your goals.

Course Includes:

  • 85-minute recorded chess seminar taught by IM Kostya Kavutskiy
  • Curated instruction for intermediate and advanced chess players (1200-1750 Elo)

What You Will Learn:

  • How to identify common weaknesses in your play
  • Techniques for improving upon these weaknesses
  • How to reduce typical mistakes you make in your chess games

Study one of Chess University's most popular lessons to learn how to

improve your play and become a stronger and more confident chess player!

Course Curriculum

Your Instructor

Kostya Kavutskiy (IM)
Kostya Kavutskiy (IM)

IM Kostya Kavutskiy is a widely recognized chess coach, author, and a Director of Operations at Chess University, Inc. Kostya joined the Chess University team three years ago and has taught students around the world through the Prodigy Program and through his spectacular video courses.

Kostya was born in Kiev, Ukraine but raised in Los Angeles, California. He first learned chess from his grandfather when he was 5. By the time he was 16, Kostya had reached 2200 Elo becoming a National Master. Kostya’s main highlight is winning the 2014 Southern California Championship.

Around 2012, he started working full-time as a chess professional. This included writing for US Chess and Chess Life Magazine, as well as recording videos lessons.

Currently, Kostya's also a member of the San Jose Hackers team in the PRO Chess League and is actively training and playing tournaments to earn the GM title. He primarily teaches at Bay Area Chess and Chess University.

Frequently Asked Questions

What if I can't attend live?
Don't worry! By enrolling in this course you'll receive lifetime access to the recording of this live seminar so you can watch it as many times as you want.

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