Pirc or Modern opening are frequent guests at Open tournaments and having ‘clear cut’ preparation will help scoring points!
Most promising Dutch GM Jorden Van Foreest reveals his secrets!
Jorden’s approach is aggressive Austrian attack with little played side line -that served him well to score important win vs Russian top GM Vladislav Fedoseev at recent TATA steel super tournament.
Do you have a problem meeting the Dutch Defense?
A plenty of 1.d4 players do!
Stonewall Dutch is a headache to many open tournament players, while Leningrad Dutch is also problem to professionals alike.
In this video Ivan Sokolov offers a simple solution!
Play 2.Nc3! Get an opening advantage and have your opponent on ‘your own turf’ as early as move two! Runtime: 64min.
Back in 2014 a spectacular exchange sacrifice was introduced in the Queen’s Gambit Accepted in the line with 3.e4 b5!? Soon various top players picked up this idea and started refining both side’s play.
Gambits like Budapest, Fajarowicz, Albin or Blumenfeld are often unpleasant opening surprise weapons for White to deal with and feared on Club level! Black player is usually well prepared, while White (mostly surprised by opening choice) not having a clear antidote.
Well…those days are OVER! Our ‘Mr Gambit Killer’ Spanish GM Ivan Salgado Lopez in two part DVDs presents clear way for White to obtain easy opening advantage versus those feared gambits
Grandmaster Adrian Mikhalchishin comes from the famous chess city of Lviv, Ukraine.
Adrian had privilege learning from the famous Soviet chess school and also getting ‘first hand over the board experience’ playing best Soviet grandmasters throughout his playing career.
In this video IM Robert Ris helps you surprise your opponent in one of Black’s most reliable systems against 1.d4. Based on his own analysis and experiences he shows how to catch Black off guard and pose him serious problems in this opening variation.