Ginger GM are excited to announce the long-awaited release of our new interactive course format with two new titles: Ultimate Attacking Guide - Volume 1 with IM Lawrence Trent and How to Win Chess Tournaments with GM Danny Gormally.
Take a look now, many of the videos and puzzles are available free on gingergm.com! There’s a huge introductory discount too.
If you purchase a course with the “streaming” option (free for the time being), you can log in to www.gingergm.com and:
Watch the videos online in your browser (no download required)
Play through the moves in our custom PGN viewer (no additional chess software required)
Solve the puzzles related to the videos you’ve just watched in our puzzles app
You may remember that a while ago we announced learn.gingergm.com - well, this is exactly what we had in mind, but instead of launching an entirely new website we’ve integrated the functionality into our existing website.
Ok, but can I still download the files?
Yes! You’re not obliged to take advantage of these new features. You can still download the videos and PGN files just like with any other Ginger GM product. Any puzzles will be provided as additional PGN files.
IM Lawrence Trent is a fine presenter and even better attacking player! In this 10 hour course, his first for Ginger GM you will learn:
and much more. Lawrence has packed the course full of exciting games and combinations by some of the best attacking players of all-time.
Our new courses would have been released much earlier, but we were waiting for GM Danny Gormally to win a tournament so we could optimise our marketing! [JOKE]
Finally, he’s just won the famous Hastings Tournament, and now he’s ready to share his secrets. In this ten hour course, Danny’s third product for Ginger GM, you will learn:
and much more, in Danny’s inimitable style.
We’ve put a lot of effort in to the new features, and we hope you enjoy them. Any feedback, good or bad, is welcome, just let us know what you think at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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