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Open Games

After 1.e4 e5 we have the so-called Open Games. Previously this move order was almost obligatory and this is how some of the most famous games in the history of chess began, such as the Immortal and the Evergreen games. Nowadays beginners learn first of all to play the open games, and it is only in this group of openings that we can come across Scholar’s Mate (2.Qh5 Nc6 3.Bc4 Nf6 4.Qxf7 mate). But at the same time 1...e5 is considered to be the most solid continuation of them all and so dominates top level chess.

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The Berlin Wall
The Berlin Wall
Victor Bologan shows from blacks point of view all Anti-Berlin setups as well as how to gain advantage in the Berlin Defence.
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King's Gambit Vol.2
King's Gambit Vol.2
Some of the most interesting lines in the King’s Gambit starting with 3 Nf3, especially concentrating ‘on the refutation of the King’s Gambit (Fischer)’ 3...g5. And what happens if Black does not play 2...exf4 is covered.
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King's Gambit Vol.1
King's Gambit Vol.1
This DVD concentrates on the King’s Gambit accepted with 3.Bc4. Williams has included a lot of novelties and interesting attacking variations that should wet the lips of any attacking player, looking for an interesting way of meeting 1...e5!
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A World champion’s guide to the Petroff
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Play it safe, play the Petroff
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1.e4 e5 - An active Repertoire for Black
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Beating the Berlin Defence
Beating the Berlin Defence
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Being safe in the Berlin Defence
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Guide to the Tkachiev Ruy Lopez
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