Chess University’s Improving Your Game Analysis video course by FM Elliott Liu features 3 hours and 30 minutes of detailed video instruction to help students improve at analysis, especially when reviewing their own games. Elliott also reviews his win against legendary Grandmaster Arthur Bisguier, who passed away in April 2017, and explains his thought-process step-by-step.
This chess course caters to students in the 900-1400 Elo range (beginner and intermediate) who want to improve at analysis, game review, thought-process and logical decision making. Originally published at ChessUniversity.com, Improving Your Game Analysis has been one of Chess University's most popular video courses till date.
Check out the first lesson (35 minutes in length) which is free to watch and enroll in this course if you wish to study the full course.
FM Elliott Liu is an experienced chess coach, video author, and commentator. Elliott started contributing to Chess University in 2016 and later created the "Improving Your Game Analysis" video course for beginners.
Elliott found success in chess at a young age. At the age of 16, Elliott qualified and participated in the U.S. Chess Championship competing with established grandmasters. He held legendary grandmaster and fellow Chess University Instructor GM Alex Yermolinsky in round one of that championship. Elliott went on to compete in several World Youth Championships and was the 2006 Pan-American Games U18 Gold Medalist.
Fun fact: April 25th is "Elliott Liu Day" in San Diego County.