Improve Your Game With Garry Kasparov Masterclass Review

Improve Your Game With Garry Kasparov Masterclass Review

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hello everyone its Louis Behe I hope everyone's having an amazing day night wherever you are in the world today what we're actually going to be talking about is a garry kasparov master costs and if you're interested in taking a class like this you can click that link in the description so today this class isn't just the chess class it's actually much more than that and if you're into getting into eSports or whether or not you're getting into sports or you want to improve your professional career this is a class that will actually help you with that and I'll show you how it's actually at the end of the the master class it's around whereas it's around it's letting up there we go it's around
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here right analyzing it's using you know technology and mental toughness these things are probably the best things but we'll get to that at the end so stay tuned to the end of this video to hear more about that and what I think and how its applied to my life it's actually quite insane so now let's do this let's just do the quick overview and as always guys no editing no cuts I know a lot of you guys appreciate this because you know it's raw and it's rare and it's basically truth and it's as though you're right next to me so let's get into it there are 29 classes now each one of these classes are relevant to a certain
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demographic so if you're in the chest obviously you're getting the most value from this and it's a hundred percent by if you're getting it understand get it it's super-exclusive if you're learning from Gary who is a master and that has been a master for the last 50 years 20 years sorry 50 to 40 years he's an old dude think of the best like shrilled think of shroud plus 40 years think of fakir plus 40 years think of like a Bessie fraud plus 40 years I'm not that fraud plays much so yes anymore I think of those really really top-notch players K sharp plus 40
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years with that experience behind their back these this was the video game back in the day this was the biggest game this is the technical game that everyone played chess was yet but now you can apply these learnings to everything else which is really really cool so let's get into it even more so yeah we have that we have a class workbook if you're not a chess player this work will probably be irrelevant to you if you are a chess player this will give you a lot of value office hours so basically there's a really cool community within the master class so once you take the master class you're actually learning from other people that are taking it as well
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I've seen a lot of experts in this area I'll actually log in right at the end and I'll show you what it's like which is cool so I'll go through I'm not gonna go through every single lesson because I know we don't have time for that and I probably can do a really in-depth analysis at a later date so if you want that let me know in the comments below so let's do it we have an introduction boring we talk about what it's actually not that boring when you think about it it talks about his life and what he's into and how you know he was ambitious and growing up which was cool chess fundamentals you don't really need to know that however it's interesting to know how he thinks about
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the game and you can also apply that thinking to the game that you play whether that's dota 2 league of legends CS Han pop G kinda but yeah so it's it's not that bad to listen how he reflects on that there's also different types of game mechanics and this is actually very very similar to the world the weight gains work as well so for example skewers I'm not gonna go to into detail into these things but for example skewers the game geometry so if you've played well at a high level in terms of
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arena or even PvE you know that geometry is everything if you play League of Legends you'll know geometry is everything and when I say geometry I mean like your position relative to your opponents and the minions or the PvE environment now if you compare a like a faker as in like the best players in the world versus of the normal players like you and I you notice that there's geometry that's very different they're playing a game in a very they're not even playing the same game as us even though they are they're playing a very different type of game they're playing the map they're playing the minions they're playing the opponent's reactions they're playing the
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abilities they're playing at different things so it's all about positioning that's essentially what he's saying here and that's interesting to get his perspective on this very very valuable lesson this one is you know discovered attacks will go into that pins deflection attack attraction I'm you know attract your opponent's in you know bait them in like you know you bait it because you know your jungle is coming so you bait you take a bit more extra damage and then you execute stuff like that really really cool and then like interference you know basically stunning opponents if you will you know see seeing them in other words overloading
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them creating chaos basically so that's really really that's basically one of my favorite things in video games altogether it's just overloading them and putting pinning them in an environment that it's so it's so hard to get out of basically impossible and he you can here's a really really cool story gary has an amazing story about how his versing an opponent and he literally made his opponent because he just exploded he did this amazing like chaotic like move and his opponent jumped out of his chair quite literally and then the next poem I this
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just feeds into exactly what I'm saying about how this relates to video games and just any game for that matter it's about winning trades ultimately right so if you've ever played league mid you play dota 2 mid or you know you're virtually an opponent one-on-one you know how important trades are right trades are super super super super important and what that means is like let's hypothetically say your blessing someone mid and then what happens is you're you do an effective trade on them or they do one on you that can literally mean the end of your game like not mean but not mean the end obviously but it
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will give you such an advantage that it will help you through the mid and late game so that was really cool and this is really really cool the next part end games right the reason most players losing like games in general is that because they can't execute their endgame I've always been known as a player in the community that I play in is that I'm a named game type of player notice how in-game doesn't come or comes first relative to openings so it's not just about the laning phase guys it's not just about opening endgame is much more
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important and what he talks about is how we can show purity and creativity in the end game including drama you know shouldering I don't know even know what that term is but it's interesting it's about playing that in game in the right way and then - I didn't really find a lot of value from that I'm sure would for other people and then um this is a par 3 was really good in endgame as well you know miracles can't happen right you know you can make a comeback when you're down so far while most play spend their time on openings you know and that's true a lot of players in games right now they spent
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so much time just watching players and they just want to improve their openings but it doesn't matter right the openings are important but if you can nail down your endgame whether that's League dota 2 you're going to most likely win most games and it's all about just you know understanding how the endgame works then there's openings I mean that's that's cool that's interesting not that great for me I've never made an opening player but I'm sure a lot of you guys that really want to understand how improving your openings and games and this is not from a chess perspective like you need to look at it
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you need to apply this to the the specific area that you're in it's not like oh this is just a chess class this is more than that this was amazing this class actually so I don't know if any of you know about rating systems basically there's a rating system in any pro game like whenever there's a ladder there's a rating system behind it League of Legends has a low rating system dota has a rating system and they all go from around I believe it starts at 500 and it goes to 3k obviously in different games they've changed it because they want to be smart asses but don't worry that's basically the proper
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rating system and and you've had a place to wow that applies to League of Legends I know dota goes up to like 5 K which is or 4 K that's just I don't even know what they're trying to do there it's weird but either way so what he does is he verses three players at the same time at different rating systems at rating 18 training skill caps and you know there's a way that you can get a rating and by playing more games you get your rating so what happens is let's apply this right so this is a grandmaster Gary is a grandmaster so I wrote down all the
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ratings that are in typical video games so he versed a 1 to 6 6 1 5 basically mid of the back and then you versed a decent player that 2100 so let's go into so 1 1300 here so he versus a 1300 he versus a silver player right think of faker versing a silver player think of shroud versing a player that's brand new to the game right and then you have a 1500 rated player so 1500 is gold which isn't that bad and then you have a
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2100 rated player 21 is just under diamond he's high he's high platinum right he versus these guys at the same time right and there's no like experience like advantage where there's levels and stuff he's like literally brushing them on the exact same playing field at the exact same time with the exact same amount of time as each one of them so that's a that's about a 40 minute video here and you just see the way he moves the way he's looking at them the way he's seeing the way they move it's so interesting to see this and
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he ultimately crashes all but at the end of it he's likely to listen you should have done this this and this and you're not looking at this this and this if that was just really cool and then he goes through Jason the three players Jason Molly and Dennis as well so that was really good so let's get to the UM the really really really really fun stuff the stuff that I found the most value with and this is what I was basically alluding to earlier and saying just wait to the end so how to analyze now analyzing his perspective on analyzing taught me a lot of different things now some things that about this
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specific class was being brutally brutally honest with yourself and not making excuses so that's one major thing like he says be relentlessly honest with yourself and the game you play don't say oh this happened because of this pessimism and this I really just want to play this class for you because it's so valuable and this is one of the major things that I didn't do back in the day was I always used to analyze my bad games but what this class teaches you to do what Gary teaches you to do is you
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should be analyzing your best games as well because your allottee is you did make a mistake in those games and it's about improving them and if you don't make a mess if you don't analyze both your good and bad games then you ultimately allow the opportunity for your opponents to get ahead and it provided they learn and they watch and they do when you're at the highest level of gameplay in anything that you do tennis anything like that your opponents are analyzing both your best games which obviously means probably you won against them and they're analyzing their best
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games but I never analyzed my best games so I think that was part of the reason I held me back yeah I only hit Dimond I didn't hit Challenger but analyzing my best games would have been a really really good thing I mean I hate gladiator but I was a low-level gladiator player I wasn't the highest of the high which is annoying another point in this was um learn from the Masters analyzing from the masters guys learn from the best players in the world and let's hypothetically say you're a league player learn from the guys that were playing in season two three four it's
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season seven right now season eight right now learn from those guys and watch the way they move the best in the world though watch the bet the best and you'll see things and ultimately what that does is it and in it enhances your creativity within the game and you talked about how it makes you richer so that's really really cool so yeah think of them it's that was just that was probably my favorite part of the entire course to be honest and then it talks about robots and chess so if you don't know Gary was pretty much
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crushed by AI think it was a deep blue eye IBM built deep blue similar to I think didn't Google Ben I'm not sure what happened with them apparently I think it was Facebook or Amazon or one of those companies built like a dota 2 bot and ended up like crushing pro players because I knew how to move properly I forgot the company in that did it if you know let me know in the comments but basically Gary was crushed by this program called deep blue which basically learned how to play chess the most optimal way which is mind blowing and you know obviously he's softened up a
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bit you know he hasn't taken it bad and too bad right so yeah he talks about how technology can ultimately help players so and if you watch this documentary on dota 2 and this a I bought that versus the dota 2 players they see how it ultimately helps them in improving because it makes them see mistakes that they never thought even existed so he talks about stuff like that in it that applies so much to other other aspects and then the last part I really just want to say is mental toughness mental toughness needs to be understood across the board it's otherwise known as EQ
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emotional intelligence you can google this by the way understanding how important it is when you're playing you know basically look at this right he's having one of the most grueling matches of his career and how he ultimately won and how he I just gave it away by few if you understand if you know this guy's history then you'll know this he's having an amazingly a difficult game and then ultimately recovered and you know got that emotional toughness back he got that EQ back he became you know centered if you really took a step back and ultimately
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won because he was so emotionally secure with himself so that was a really really really really good um class to take all you know video to take and highly recommend it so that's pretty my mean there's obviously a lot more to it you know you can watch it on your browser all that stuff there's a lot more other classes as well so if you're interested in that otherwise again guys if you're looking at looking at actually getting this class and improving yourself whether that's eSports gaming sports whatever you want definitely check out the class click that link in
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the description I'll give it to you from it also you're welcome there again tell me if the all-access class works in terms of the price let me know what price you have it at and otherwise if you like this content guys please provide feedback on it because this is the first time I've ever done a masterclass review on chess but it's like a bit broader than that and then yeah if you'd like to give it a thumbs up it really helps me out again if you have any questions I'm in the comments all the time I have a notification on my phone so I apply it to literally every single comment you guys give me so thank
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you very much for the comment give it a like if you really liked it give it a sub all of that I hope everyone's having an amazing day I hope you got some value from this class check it out it's a definite winner in my books thank you very much

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