The Dutch Stonewall
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$25.33 (without VAT)
Want to learn a stable opening in no time and crush all the top players in the club? If your answer is yes, the Dutch Stonewall is for you! FM Valeri Lilov will teach you the typical plans and ideas for this amazing opening through studying key master games that reveal how the system works in practice. The Dutch Stonewall is especially suitable for the average club player and the pawn skeleton which arises is the very reason for that. As a result, you do not need to study a lot of theory but just a few key plans and ideas that will successfully meet all possible replies by White! While this DVD covers most of the best lines for black, FM Valeri Lilov explores in more detail the Classical Stonewall with Be7, as well as the Modern Stonewall with Bd6. Video running time: 4 hours 38 min.
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