An Opening Repertoire for the Attacking Player Part I - Sicilian vs. 1.e4 - Chess Lecture - Volume 16Product Code: DVD0016CL
FM Valeri Lilov of Bulgaria resides in Varna, and works in practical chess and chess pedagogy. In 2000 in Moscow, Russia, he became the European Individual School Chess Champion U10 with the record of 6, 5 out of 7. In 2005 he made a historical Bulgarian record in chess by achieving 32 wins in a row from national championships, plus two victories in simuls against the top Bulgarian grandmasters - Veselin Topalov and Kiril Georgiev.
An Opening repertoire for the Attacking Player Part 1: Run Time: 20 mins 56 seconds
An Opening repertoire for the Attacking Player Part 2: Run Time: 22 mins 32 seconds
An Opening repertoire for the Attacking Player Part 3: Run Time: 21 mins 33 seconds
An Opening repertoire for the Attacking Player Part 4: Run Time: 22 mins 35 seconds
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