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An Attacking Concept in the Giuoco Piano
An Attacking Concept in the Giuoco Piano
In the Italian Opening with 4.c3 Nf6 5.d4 exd4 6.cxd4 Bb4 the move 7.Nbd2 has replaced the alternatives 7.Nc3 and 7.Bd2 as the new main line. A new idea was recently introduced by Mamedyarov and successfully employed by Jorden van Foreest.
by Robert Ris
€9.90
The sharpest Italian with an early Bg5 in 60Min
The sharpest Italian with an early Bg5 in 60Min
In The sharpest Italian white will play an early Bg5 and most often black replies with …h6, Bh4 g5. Because of this, black’s king is open, and they don’t have a clear spot for their king. In return the bishop is temporarily locked up on g3.
by Nico Zwirs
€9.90
The refreshed Evans Gambit
The refreshed Evans Gambit
In “The refreshed Evans Gambit”, you will find a small opening repertoire with new ideas in the Evans Gambit. The Evans Gambit is a positional pawn sacrifice in the opening, to create a strong bind or even a quick attack.
by Nico Zwirs
€9.90
Queen's Gambit Accepted 3.e4 b5 Caveman style in 60 Minutes
Queen's Gambit Accepted 3.e4 b5 Caveman style in 60 Minutes
On this 60 Minutes video course Robert Ris will show you an aggressive way of playing the Queen's Gambit Accepted after 1.d4 d5 2.c4 dxc4 3.e4 b5 4.a4 c6 5.axb5 cxb5 6.Nc3 Qb6 for Black. The ensuing positions are fresh and may put your opponent off-guard.
by Robert Ris
€9.90
Fighting for the initiative with the Schara-Hennig Gambit in 60min
Fighting for the initiative with the Schara-Hennig Gambit in 60min
In the Schara-Hennig Gambit black sacrifices a pawn and in return he gets a lead in development. From that point on black has two options. Playing against white’s king or trying to prevent white from developing.
by Nico Zwirs
€9.90
Santasiere's Folly: 1.Nf3 followed by b4 in 60 Minutes
Santasiere's Folly: 1.Nf3 followed by b4 in 60 Minutes
White gains space on the queenside, forces the opponent to use their own resources right from the start of the game and creates a complicated position.
by IM Andrew Martin
€9.90
The Stonewall Attack in 60 Minutes
The Stonewall Attack in 60 Minutes
The Stonewall Attack (d4 followed by e3 and possibly f4) is an old-fashioned opening, almost forgotten, not thought to give White any advantage at all. Yet it still packs a punch and is not so easy to defend against. It is especially good for club players
by IM Andrew Martin
€9.90
Countering the Reti with 1...d5 and 2...Nd7
Countering the Reti with 1...d5 and 2...Nd7
With the move 1…d5 we put one pawn in the centre. With the move 2…Nd7 we are threatning …e5 and putting a second pawn in the centre.
by Nico Zwirs
€9.90
The Vienna Game with 3.d4
The Vienna Game with 3.d4
Recently the Vienna Game 1.e4 e5 2.Nc3 Nf6 has gotten a new boost with the move 3.d4!? After 3…exd4 4.Qxd4 Nc6 5.Qd3 White aims to build up promising attacking play with opposite-castled kings.
by Robert Ris
€9.90
A Surprise Weapon against the Philidor Defence
A Surprise Weapon against the Philidor Defence
The move suggested in this 60 minutes course is 5.Rg1, with the idea g4. The plus side is that you still get all the g4 ideas without losing a pawn.
by Nico Zwirs
€9.90
Attacking the Taimanov with g4 in 60 Minutes
Attacking the Taimanov with g4 in 60 Minutes
In this 60-minute video course you will learn how to anticipate Black's developing schemes, and you will become acquainted with typical sacrifices that white can use to gain a powerful initiative.
by Sipke Ernst
€9.90
Attacking the French with 3.Bd3
Attacking the French with 3.Bd3
Do you always have problems finding a good antidote to the French (1.e4 e6 2.d4 d5)? Thanks to this 60 minutes course on the move 3.Bd3 you don't have to look any further!
by Robert Ris
€9.90
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