An Introduction to Openings - Chess Lecture - Volume 158Presented by GMs Kraii, Kritz and Perelshteyn
Description / An Introduction to Openings - Chess Lecture - Volume 158
Get a thorough introduction to The King’s Indian Attack, Benko Gambit, Accelerated Dragon, Trompowski, Berlin Wall, The Old Indian, Nimzo 4Qc2 Nc6 for Black.
The masters walk you through the openings, some of their variations, when they are appropriate and the benefits as well as things to watch out for.
Content: 2 hours and 22 minutes of chess theory and discussion, with examples over a series of 7 lectures.
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Fans on ChessLecture.com said: Good solid Introduction! - Thank you for the brief opening survey on the King's Indian Attack. I especially liked how you explained the ideas behind the various pawn structures which arise. - This is a great lecture, please continue the series soon!
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|Publication Date||Sep 27, 2016|
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